NJTV’s Rhonda Schaffer says some groups are urging Gov. Phil Murphy to increase taxes when he presents his budget proposal to the Legislature on Tuesday.

NJBIA is not one of those groups.

President and CEO Michele Siekerka told her that a tax increase on businesses is inappropriate. She says there’s no way businesses, many of which remain closed, can pay more.

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2 responses to “Will the Murphy Administration Propose Higher Taxes Next Week?”

  1. Joseph Barmakian says:

    New Jersey does not have a king, but Governor Murphy us acting like one and no one is stopping him. We are no longer in a state of emergency. He keeps it going because it gives him unlimited power. Enough. Where are the courts and legislature to reign him in?? His edicts are arbitrary and seem to be made on a whim. His edicts are NOT based on facts, evidence or science as he like to say.

  2. Tina says:

    Enough Mr. Murphy! And I’m being kind… Do what is right for NJ businesses and our economy. Open all businesses! We are being as safe as possible! What has changed since March?… COVID is not going away but people are flocking out of this state!