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NJ: N.J. Gas Tax to Rise 23 Cents a Gallon on Nov. 1

Gov. Christie on Friday signed legislation raising New Jersey's gas tax by 23 cents a gallon as part of an eight-year plan to boost investment in roads, bridges, and transit systems.
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