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Poll: Is NJ under Chris Christie a good place to do business?
Apr 22, 2014

Hundreds of New Jersey lawmakers, business leaders, and lobbyists are about to gather inside a crowded train for one of the state’s oldest political traditions.

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Serious Investment in Transportation is an Important Building Block for a Strong New Jersey Economy
Apr 24, 2014 | No Comments

In order for its economy to remain competitive, New Jersey needs a state-of-the-art transportation network and must be willing to make serious investment to maintain, improve and expand this important asset.


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Serious Investment in Transportation is an Important Building Block for a Strong New Jersey Economy
Apr 24, 2014 | No Comments

In order for its economy to remain competitive, New Jersey needs a state-of-the-art transportation network and must be willing to make serious investment to maintain, improve and expand this important asset.


Ponying Up $3.2 Million in Heating Assistance to Preserve $172 Million in Nutritional Benefits is a No-Brainer
Apr 21, 2014 | No Comments

Congress has approved legislation that would allow about 160,000 struggling working New Jersey households the opportunity to continue to receive about $172 million in SNAP (food stamps) benefits annually if the state will put up a mere $3.2 million to help with heating bills. That is a guaranteed payoff of 54:1, which would make any Wall Street broker green with envy.


The Threadbare Cushion: New Jersey Budget Reserves are Among the Lowest in the Nation
Apr 18, 2014 | No Comments

The recent years’ squabbles over rosy revenue projections in the New Jersey budget process would be of far less importance if the state was budgeting a larger surplus to provide a cushion to its highly volatile tax system.



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