Archive for Tag: businesses

DeCroce joins Piscopo in push to ‘Unlock New Jersey’

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce joined Joe Piscopo on New York City’s AM970 Monday to talk about the unintended consequences of Gov. Phil Murphy’s shutdown of most New Jersey businesses while explaining her plan for a safe reopening of the economy. “We have a very predictable chain reaction...

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Reopening won’t work like a light switch, GOP lawmaker warns

WALL TWP., N.J. – Because the road to normalcy is set to be a long and potentially difficult one for businesses, Assemblyman Edward Thomson is calling for Gov. Phil Murphy to lay out specific benchmarks and timetables so they can better plan. “Businesses, especially seasonal businesses, can’t just flip...

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Space stresses need for specifics in state’s plan to reopen economy

SPARTA, N.J. – Following Assemblyman Parker Space’s comments that the governor’s plan to restart the state’s economy was more of a road block than a road back, he issued an online petition and video calling for concrete plans to reopen businesses and get people back to work. WATCH: Parker...

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Peterson pushes to safely reopen businesses with new legislation

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Erik Peterson’s “Healthy Citizens and Healthy Business Act,” which is scheduled to be introduced May 4, would allow non-essential businesses shuttered by Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive order to reopen providing they comply with safety protocols.  “We need to make decisions based on science and common...

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Businesses could benefit from more time to file sales tax returns says Dancer

TRENTON, N.J. – As non-essential businesses around the state remain shuttered and other businesses operate within limitations due to the coronavirus pandemic, Assemblyman Ron Dancer introduced a bill giving them an extension on filing their sales tax returns and remitting payment to the state. “Businesses that are able to...

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Bergen drumming up support to aid New Jersey economy

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. – Assemblyman Brian Bergen advocated for far stronger assistance to small and mid-sized businesses on the Dom Giordano program this morning. He called for more robust relief to ensure small business owners can maintain employment. “There are two simultaneous objectives that we have to have,” said...

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DePhillips bill prohibits governor from hiring state-contracted businesses to conduct investigations of governor and office

TRENTON, N.J. – Firms with ties to the governor or the state would be prohibited from being hired by the governor to investigate any allegations brought against the governor and administration under a bill introduced today by Assemblyman Christopher DePhillips. “This is a simple, good government bill that we...

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