Archive for Tag: property tax

Webber: Assembly Democrats to hit trifecta of fiscal irresponsibility in Trenton on Thursday

TRENTON, N.J. – With the General Assembly set to vote Thursday on Gov. Phil Murphy’s unconstitutional scheme to borrow $5 billion and impose a new statewide property tax, Assemblyman Jay Webber pointed out that Assembly Democrats are hitting the borrow, spend, and tax trifecta. “While it sometimes has been...

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Webber points out Murphy double standard on borrowing: If Murphy won’t follow rules, why should anyone?

TRENTON, N.J. – In the wake of the Assembly Budget Committee’s party-line approval of Gov. Phil Murphy’s unconstitutional proposal to borrow $5 billion and impose a new statewide property tax, Assemblyman Jay Webber pointed out the blatant double-standard of the Murphy Administration in pushing this scheme: “Governor Murphy has...

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DePhillips renews push to remove state property-tax deduction cap after SALT ruling

WYCKOFF, N.J. – After a federal ruling yesterday dismissed cases to rescind the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions, Assemblyman Christopher DePhillips said that if Governor Murphy and Democrats were sincere about eliminating the cap on state and local taxes, then they should do it in New...

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