Governor Murphy delivered his third budget proposal to the Legislature for fiscal year 2021 (FY21) on the afternoon of Tuesday, February 25, 2020. He is planning to spend $40.9 billion – an increase of $2.2 billion or 5.7% from last year’s signed FY20 budget. Cumulatively for the three budgets of the Murphy Administration, this represents […]
On Thursday, Mike Testa, the Cumberland County Republican chairman, was sworn into his District 1 Senate seat. Testa defeated Senator Bob Andrzejczak in the Nov. 5 election to serve the remainder of former state Senator Jeff Van Drew’s term. Testa’s bio can be found here.
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 […]
New Jersey is trying to hold on to key components of the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) as the Trump administration, with the help of the previous Congress, has been trying to dismantle the Obama administration’s signature accomplishment. At a Meet the Decision Makers event Wednesday, NJ Department of Banking and Insurance Commissioner Marlene Caride […]
As business owners and job creators we need to let the Governor and the Legislature know that enough is enough when it comes to raising taxes. NJBIA has partnered with the Chamber of Commerce Southern NJ in urging you to a sign a petition supporting the Path to Progress, a plan to reform government spending. […]