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On table in NJ: Using sales tax to preserve land

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey voters have agreed 13 times to allow the state to borrow money to buy land for preservation. Now they could be asked to approve a more farsighted plan -- preservation funding for the next 30 years derived from state sales tax revenue. A proposal to put the long-term funding question on the next ballot will be discussed when the Senate environment committee meets...

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