New Jersey manufacturers are invited to attend a Legislative Manufacturing Caucus meeting on Wednesday, Jan 31., at the Statehouse for a discussion on how New Jersey can continue and increase benefits from the federal CHIPS and Science Act.
The roundtable discussion will take place in Committee Room 4 of the State House Annex from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., in conjunction with the Manufacturing Caucus, NJEDA, NJBIA and NJMEP.
Representatives from firms involved in design and R&D, Supply Chain Materials, Fabrication, Machinery, QA& Security Certification and Packaging are invited to speak briefly about the value of the semiconductor industry to their business or the manufacturing industry.
The landmark CHIPS and Science Act, signed in August 2022, has increased manufacturing construction and private sector investment in semiconductor manufacturing both in the nation and in New Jersey.
The Legislative Manufacturing Caucus (LMC) is a bipartisan, bicameral caucus of legislators and industry partners who are looking to support and expand New Jersey’s manufacturing firstname.lastname@example.org.The LMC is co-chaired by Senators Linda Greenstein and Michael Testa. Caucus membership is open to all legislators. Throughout the year, the LMC hosts various events, hearings, and tours with the goal of understanding how the Legislature can best support this essential industry, be it through advocacy or legislation. If you are interested in attending or would like more information about the Legislative Manufacturing Caucus, please reach out to Republican Caucus Aide, Alex Solomon via email at