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Haier Touts New Wayne Operations as Start of U.S. Expansion
Sep 30, 2014

Chinese appliance giant Haier will use its new state-of-the-art Wayne headquarters and showroom to mount a vigorous campaign to dramatically expand its modest presence in the U.S. market, the company CEO said Monday.

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It’s Time to Allow New Jersey’s Undocumented Residents to Drive Legally
Sep 30, 2014 | No Comments

Allowing all residents the opportunity to drive legally would make New Jersey safer, help its economy and increase the well being of many families, policy analysts and immigrant-rights advocates said today on a conference call with reporters.


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It’s Time to Allow New Jersey’s Undocumented Residents to Drive Legally
Sep 30, 2014 | No Comments

Allowing all residents the opportunity to drive legally would make New Jersey safer, help its economy and increase the well being of many families, policy analysts and immigrant-rights advocates said today on a conference call with reporters.


Op-Ed: Will New Jersey Finally Fix its Transportation Funding Crisis?
Sep 25, 2014 | No Comments

Legislative leaders, a new business/labor coalition, the newly confirmed transportation commissioner and even the governor agree that the Fund needs more money, and soon. While that’s a good starting point, it disguises the test for all involved: Will they step up big and provide sufficient, steady funding, or will they try to buy a few years and just deepen the hole for others to fill in later?


Companies Exploiting Corporate Inversions Shouldn’t Be Getting New Jersey Tax Subsidies
Sep 24, 2014 | No Comments

While there is movement on the federal level to limit corporate inversions, New Jersey has a chance to send a strong message by banning inverted companies from receiving state business tax subsidies.



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