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N.J. Assembly Committee Advances Resolution to Give Voters a Say on North Jersey Casino Expansion
Feb 9, 2016

An Assembly committee on Monday approved a resolution that would allow voters statewide to decide in November whether to permit two new casino licenses to be issued in the northern half of the state.

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Closing Corporate Loopholes Would Help New Jersey’s Small Businesses & Provide Resources to Grow the Economy
Jan 28, 2016 | No Comments

Senators Lesniak, Sarlo and Greenstein were joined by Assemblyman Holley, policy experts, small business owners and advocates in kicking off a renewed push to join the 25 states plus the District of Columbia that require this common-sense accounting method that prevents corporations from artificially shifting income, thereby avoiding state taxes.

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Still No Answers to Key Questions on Casino Expansion
Feb 8, 2016 | No Comments

Given New Jersey’s track record with gambling – one of big promises, a lack of delivery on those promises and little long-term economic benefit – one would think there’d be more caution and skepticism about expanding casinos to North Jersey.

Video: NJPP’s Gordon MacInnes Joins Legislative Leaders & Advocates Calling on New Jersey to Raise the Minimum Wage
Feb 5, 2016 | No Comments

“We’ve got a minimum wage, at $8.38 an hour, that doesn’t come close to allowing a full-time worker to have a chance in New Jersey.”

NJPP’s Brandon McKoy Talks Wages & Work in Twitter Chat with New Jersey Institute for Social Justice
Feb 5, 2016 | No Comments

Yesterday, Brick City Live moderated a Twitter chat with NJPP policy analyst Brandon McKoy and New Jersey Institute for Social Justice CEO Ryan Haygood on Newark, employment opportunities and raising the minimum wage.

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