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.
On Thursday, May 23, 2019, the NJEDA and Ocean County Vocational Technical School signed a Memorandum of Understanding at OCVTS in Jackson officially kicking off the Manufacturing Policy Academy’s Marketing and Outreach Pilot. The MOU makes official NJEDA and OCVTS’ partnership in providing free field trips for Ocean County students to visit local advanced manufacturing […]
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Bag Tax Bill Gets Final Legislative Approval Lawmakers sent legislation to Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday that would impose a 5-cent fee on single-use shopping bags to raise funds for environmental projects and encourage consumers to bring reusable bags to the store. The bill, A-3267, is part of a legislative package to raise funds for […]
While budget discussions are underway in the NJ Legislature, a couple of bills are getting fast-tracked through the legislative process. Bag Tax: A-3267 would impose a 5-cent fee on single-use carryout bags, an approach now enforced by several municipalities and counties to help foster the use of reusable bags by shoppers. This bill is part […]