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 7, 2020

The real reason behind Amazon's HQ2 bidding war (spoiler: it's not because they needed the tax breaks).

Friday Facts and Figures: January 24, 2020

This past legislative session was the most productive since 1985.

Friday Facts and Figures: January 17, 2020

Highlights from a big week in Trenton, including the State of the State and a new task force report on corporate subsides.

State of the State 2020: Rapid Reaction

Live from the NJPP conference room, Brandon, Sheila, Nicole, and Lou react to Governor Murphy's State of the State address (memes inside).

Friday Facts and Figures: January 10, 2020

New study finds that corporate tax breaks are not worth the investment.

Friday Facts and Figures: January 3, 2020

New year, new laws, new minimum wage!

Friday Facts and Figures: December 20, 2019

Driver's license expansion is law of the land!

Friday Facts and Figures: December 13, 2019

Major legislation, including driver's license expansion and expungement reform, advancing in lame duck.

Friday Facts and Figures: December 6, 2019

Trump administration proposes new rules to limit basic food assistance and strip tipped workers of labor protections.

Friday Facts and Figures: November 29, 2019

New Jersey on track to expand the right to vote to people on probation and parole. Vote scheduled for driver's license expansion bill.