TRENTON, N.J. – Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is calling on the majority to pass legislation that will address the biggest issues facing taxpayers. His goal is to make the state more affordable, but the majority is making the state more expensive, he says.
“Last session all the Trenton Democrats did was raise taxes and pass other legislation that didn’t address the affordability crisis in our state,” said Bramnick (R-Union). “For two years they ignored constituents’ biggest concerns. I urge the majority to start listening.”
Bramnick called for the following bills to be posted: a two-percent cap on state spending (ACR24 – Peters/Bramnick), elimination of the marriage penalty (S734 – Bucco), finding an alternative to court-mandated high-density housing (A1864 – Schepisi/Auth/Rooney) and a special session to focus solely on the property taxes (ACR83 – Bramnick/Space/Wirths).