Ciattarelli talks about Garden State residents looking to retire in greener pastures

Courier News – Have you noticed more moving trucks on your block recently? Well, here’s why. The recent National Movers Study released by United Van Lines pointed to New Jersey leading the way among all states and the District of Columbia for outmigration, with 67 percent outbound. And according to several different studies and organizations, …

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Webber: Direct property tax relief in sight

Source: Asbury Park Press – Op Ed –  Here is a simple principle: something named a “Property Tax Relief Fund” should do what it says and actually bring relief to property taxpayers. Too often, however, funds collected by our state government for “property tax relief” really just fuel more spending at the local level and …

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Auth lauds benefits of mentorship programs in NJ high schools

Source: Excerpted from the Bergen Record – The Pascack Valley Regional High School District’s robotics team met with state education officials and lawmakers on Thursday to start a conversation on how to build similar programs in “underserved” school districts across New Jersey. A group of students and their mentors from the robotics team, the Pascack Pi-oneers, …

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Bramnick Praises Attorney General Hoffman

Assembly Republican Press Release – Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick issued the following statement on the departure of acting Attorney General John Hoffman: “Attorney General Hoffman’s integrity, honesty and sincerity is well known in the legal community and throughout New Jersey. As the chief law enforcement official in our state, he is known as a …

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Bramnick: Dems don’t need the governor to pass a TTF proposal

Source: NJTV – Although they spent time on pensions, affordable housing and other issues, the Transportation Trust Fund dominated today’s session. One hundred fifty mayors and council members heard the four legislative leaders express their views on getting it renewed. Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto said they’re getting close. “There’s one cog that’s missing and that’s …

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Bramnick to Dems on TTF: No need to wait for Gov, let the discussion begin

Source: NJSpotlight – New Jersey will run out of money for new transportation initiatives at the end of June, and it’s sounding more and more as if a deal to renew funding for road, bridge, and rail projects is still at least several weeks away… …the issue could go down to the wire since Democratic …

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Legislative Leaders talk about TTF

Bergen Record – New Jersey’s Democratic legislative leaders said Wednesday they are close to working out a proposal to fix the state’s dwindling Transportation Trust Fund. Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, D-Secaucus, each said they just have a few details to work out on a proposal to replenish the fund …

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Assembly Leader Bramnick: What the future holds for NJ [video]

Source: NJ 101.5 [video] – Republican Assembly Leader Jon Bramnick joined NJ 101.5 to discuss what the future holds for the Garden State, as well as what the expectations are for Gov. Christie following New Hampshire. You have a governor that has a 30 percent approval rating and the majority of the state upset with him because …

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Assemblyman Jon Bramnick speaks about taxes, constitutional amendment and TTF

NJTV (video) – Steve Adubato speaks with Assemblyman Jon Bramnick about the major issues facing New Jersey, including the death and inheritance tax, as well as the Pension crisis and the broken Transportation Trust Fund; and his ideas on how to refund these bankrupt funds before it’s too late. Interview with Assemblyman Bramnick begins at …

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Bramnick Willing to Attend Town Hall Meetings in Democratic Districts

Press Release – Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick said he would like to attend more town hall meetings in Democratic legislative districts after an event today in Bloomfield with Democratic Assemblyman Ralph Caputo. “Today I joined Assemblyman Caputo in Bloomfield as we honored an outstanding teacher,” said Bramnick. “When we opened the discussion up to …

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