Louis DiPaolo


Louis Di PaoloCommunications Director, develops and directs communications strategies to promote NJPP’s research and shape the public debate across a range of policy issues. Louis works closely with the media and other key stakeholders, edits reports and publications, manages social media accounts, and acts as spokesperson for the organization. Before joining NJPP in 2018, Louis was the Legislative Director for the New Jersey Working Families Alliance. He also served as a councilman in his hometown, Dumont, New Jersey, from 2016 through 2019. A proud product of New Jersey's public schools, Louis received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Ramapo College of New Jersey. Email: dipaolo (at) njpp.org | Phone: 609-393-1145 ext. 15

Friday Facts and Figures: February 3, 2023

Senate passes Temp Workers' Bill of Rights. Lawmakers table mandatory minimum sentence bill. Report finds the true cost of the child care crisis.

Friday Facts and Figures: January 27, 2023

For the Many NJ sends open letter in favor of extending Corporate Business Tax surcharge. New bill would require colleges and universities to carry naloxone.

Friday Facts and Figures: January 20, 2023

Lawmakers in seven states introduce new wealth taxes. Federal data once again debunks the millionaire tax flight myth.

Friday Facts and Figures: January 13, 2023

Governor Murphy delivers his annual State of the State address. New NJPP report finds that lawmakers raided $2 billion from the Clean Energy Fund.

Friday Facts and Figures: January 6, 2023

New year, new minimum wage! Property tax rebate program may leave renters behind. State outlines plan for electric truck charging infrastructure.

Friday Facts and Figures: December 23, 2022

Temp Workers' Bill of Rights stalls in the Senate. Lawmakers try to roll back criminal justice reforms. ANCHOR deadline approaches.

Friday Facts and Figures: December 16, 2022

New report highlights how temp agencies pay poverty wages. Many students qualify for free lunches but lack access.

Friday Facts and Figures: December 2, 2022

New regulations would require insurance coverage for abortion care. CDC grant to bolster health departments. Domestic Workers' Bill of Rights advances out of committee.

Friday Facts and Figures: November 18, 2022

Temp Workers' Bill of Rights on up for a vote on Monday. Congress holds hearing on Amazon injuries. Poll shows voters oppose "the line" on primary ballots.

Friday Facts and Figures: November 11, 2022

Language access bill advances out of committee. Comptroller report blasts State Police training bureau. Students protest police in schools.