Before the state began restricting gatherings, NJBIA’s Michele Siekerka brought her message of affordability to the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce’s Business Summit. In short, she said New Jersey businesses have to deal with government costs that many others don’t.

“That means that there’s either a new cost that’s been imposed on business or a new tax that’s been imposed to drive those numbers in the wrong direction. … We tend to be an extreme outlier and our policies take us in the wrong direction,” she said.

Check out the story by the Ocean City Sentinel’s Eric Avedissian.

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