Archive for Tag: Assemblyman Christopher DePhillips

Renters deserve more help. DePhillips will keep pushing until they get it.

TRENTON, N.J. – A Moody’s study found that the average American household is rent burdened, defined as spending 30% or more of their income on housing costs, for the first time in history. New Jersey has had this problem for years. “This 30% is a symbolic threshold, a milestone,”...

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Reforms would avoid public employee health benefit rate hikes, DePhillips says

TRENTON, N.J. – With the threat of health care rate hikes of up to 24% looming for public employees and retirees, Assemblyman Christopher DePhillips says there is no better time than now to pass years-old reforms to health care benefits, lowering costs immediately and long term. “Clearly this is...

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Unexpected revenue windfall must benefit New Jerseyans now, DePhillips says

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey is in even better financial shape than first thought, with billions more in surplus than anticipated in Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed FY2023 budget. As such, Assemblyman Christopher DePhillips is calling for the governor and legislature to provide New Jerseyans tax relief in this year’s budget....

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