Latest News

Maria Rodriguez-Gregg takes part in overnight sleep-out for homeless youth

Source: The Marlton Telegram – Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg did more than talk about the issue of homeless youth on April 11. The Republican assemblywoman, who represents Burlington, Atlantic and Camden counties, took part in an overnight sleep-out in order to draw attention to a social problem that exists across the country. Rodriguez-Gregg helped raise $2,000 …

read more

CASAGRANDE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR YOUNG WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

Press Release – Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande is now accepting applications for the Fourth Young Women’s Leadership Institute – a program to mentor and guide young women to be leaders. “This program is a great way to prepare young women in New Jersey to be tomorrow’s leaders,” said Casagrande, R-Monmouth. “Everyone in public life has an …

read more

Dancer Editorial: Warning of speed traps / Perfectly legal

Source: Press of Atlantic City – We have a new hero – Assemblyman Ronald Dancer, R-Ocean. Dancer is sponsoring a bill, A2922, to make it explicitly clear that there is nothing illegal about a driver flashing his or her headlights to warn another motorist that there is a speed trap ahead. Actually, a U.S. District …

read more

On tax deadline day, Bramnick calls for cuts in state levies

Source: Newsworks (WBGO) – As procrastinators sent in their federal and state income tax returns Tuesday, a New Jersey lawmaker called for enactment of some tax cuts. One of the bills sponsored by Republican lawmakers would phase out the state’s inheritance tax over a five-year period — even though that might result in a drop …

read more

Bramnick: Every Day is Tax Day

Source: NJ 101.5 – Tuesday was Tax Day, the deadline for filing income tax returns, but the top Republican in the state Assembly said every day is Tax Day in the high tax environment of New Jersey. He urged the legislature to get to work on a trio of tax-cutting bills. “It is time now …

read more

Bramnick: Best way to observe April 15 is to lower taxes

Source: Assembly Republican Press Release – Today is the final day for filing federal and state income taxes. Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick said the deadline is a reminder that reducing the tax burden should be the highest priority for legislators. “It is no secret that New Jersey’s income tax structure is among the highest …

read more

Fiocchi Says Vineland Shootings Reinforce need to Combine Efforts to Fight Violent Crime

Source: Assembly Republican Press Release – Four people were injured, one fatally, after multiple shootings in Vineland, Cumberland County, between Sunday and Monday that authorities say are connected. Just before 1:00 a.m. Monday, as Vineland police investigated a home invasion, they were called to another section of the town where officers found two shooting victims. …

read more

Bramnick: ‘We’re on the side of taxpayers’

Source: Burlington County Times – With dozens of mayors and other local officials behind him, Gov. Chris Christie on Monday called on the Democratic leader of the New Jersey Assembly to schedule a vote to reinstate a limit on salary increases that an arbitrator can award police officers and firefighters. A 2 percent cap on …

read more

Bramnick at arbitration cap rally: ‘Lower our taxes’

Source: NJBiz – Gov. Chris Christie called on Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Secaucus) Monday morning to post a bill seeking to readopt a now-expired law that would cap interest arbitration awards for police and firefighters at 2 percent per year. “Speaker of the Assembly, if you post this bill, believe me it will pass,” Christie …

read more

O’Scanlon Statement on Interest Arbitration Bill

Source: Assembly Republican Press Release – Assembly Republican Budget Officer Declan O’Scanlon, R-Monmouth, issued the statement below following a press conference held by Gov. Christie today explaining the need for the conditionally vetoed interest arbitration bill (A-3067) to be passed: “The two percent arbitration cap is an essential part of managing our property tax issue. …

read more

Page 1 of 36312345102030...Last »
top