NJ Tax Question. Do I pay taxes on earnings when I lived in another state?

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My MD tax form lets me deduct all earnings for after I moved to NJ. My NJ form seemingly asks for everything I made, then taxes me on everything -- even what I made in MD. They give a nice little percentage off, but it looks as if they want their greedy hands on earnings I've already been taxed on. Yes I filled out the Schedule A. Hell I can't even deduct my student loan interest payments. F them. The Feds and MD allow that, but Jersey won't. I'm leaving this poor excuse for a state asap.
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