The New Jersey Business & Industry Association has produced and released a report documenting its Public Policy Forum from last December as a continuing resource for the media, policymakers and participants and viewers from the event. The report, called Tying It All Together: Summaries, Thought Leader Ideas & Key Takeaways from NJBIA’s 2020 Public Policy Forum features a summary and links to video of each presentation and panel event. […]
NJBIA Public Policy Forum
On NJBIA’s “Minding Your Business” TV show, we feature highlights from the 2020 Public Policy Forum.
New Jersey Institute of Technology President Joel Bloom and SobelCo Managing Member Alan Sobel were honored for their outstanding work on behalf of the business community at NJBIA’s recent Public Policy Forum. Bloom, who began his career as an economist before becoming an educator, has served as NJIT’s president since 1988. During his tenure, Bloom has led NJIT’s rise to […]
The 2020 election was more of a repudiation of President Donald Trump personally than a seismic political shift in the electorate, according to a panel of experts who recently weighed in on how the national election results might impact New Jersey’ gubernatorial and legislative races next year. The discussion, which took place Tuesday during NJBIA’s Public Policy Forum, included: Democratic strategist Julie Roginsky; GOP strategist Michael DuHaime; Monmouth University Polling Institute Director Patric Murray […]
The decision on making New Jersey’s minimum wage $15 an hour will be decided in the Statehouse Annex in Trenton, but the debate got underway today in New Brunswick at NJBIA’s Public Policy Forum. Legislative leaders from both parties squared off during a taping of On the Record with venerable NJTV Chief Political Correspondent Michael […]