While NJBIA covered the election results from Tuesday, the key points to keep in mind are as follows. The Assembly Democrats retained the majority of their seats, however, they lost two Assembly seats in District 1 (Cape May County) and are waiting on the results of the District 2 election. As such, the Assembly Democrats […]
NJ Receives a Cumulative Grade of “D+” in the 2019 Manufacturing Score Card. NJ’s tax climate, expected fiscal liability gap, and sector diversification all scored an “F”, resulting in a poor overall grade for NJ’s manufacturing health.
NJBIA’s Andrew Musick was invited to testify before members of the Senate Economic Growth and Assembly Commerce and Economic Development Committees regarding New Jersey’s Economic Development Strategy. Please read below for his testimony. On behalf of our member companies that provide more than 1 million jobs in the state and make the New Jersey Business […]
Monday, March 11Monmouth University – Woodrow Wilson Hall400 Cedar Ave, West Long Branch Join Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Vin Gopal for a town hall at Monmouth University on Monday, March 11. The town hall and will take place at 6:00 p.m., and will include a discussion of the Path To Progress. With a […]
TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy will deliver his Fiscal Year 2020 Budget Address in the Assembly Chamber at the New Jersey State House at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. “New Jersey deserves a budget built upon the values that can deliver a more secure and growing middle class – sustainable savings, responsible fiscal […]