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AP: Property tax burden up 13 percent under Christie

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Posted: Sunday, September 22, 2013 10:47 am

TRENTON — The net household property tax burden in New Jersey rose 13 percent during Gov. Chris Christie's first three years in office — a number that reflects both his success in reining in local government spending and his inability to restore a relief program that was gutted by his predecessor during the Great Recession, an Associated Press analysis of tax data has found.

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