Archive for Tag: <Three

VIDEO: Dems want to scare you out of buying a gun for self-defense

TRENTON, N.J. – Assembly Republicans take aim at recent gun control legislation introduced by Trenton Democrats in this week’s special Halloween edition of “<Three.” The left’s efforts to deter New Jersey residents from exercising their constitutional rights are creepy, they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky.  WATCH: Laws that would...

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VIDEO: Murphy says taxpayers should fund the wealthy’s electric vehicle purchases

TRENTON, N.J. – By 2040, Gov. Phil Murphy wants 85% of vehicles purchased or leased in New Jersey to be electric. Despite the hype, EVs account for less than 2% of registered vehicles in the state today. That’s because the vehicles and their maintenance are cost prohibitive for everyone...

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VIDEO: Murphy’s mandate to replace gas boilers with electric could cost building sector millions

TRENTON, N.J. – Gov. Phil Murphy’s latest plan to save the planet involves replacing gas heating systems with electric boilers and could cost as much as $2 million per building. The mandate, which is set to be approved Dec. 6 and take effect Jan. 1, 2025, impacts about 8,500...

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VIDEO: Gov. Phil Murphy’s green energy ambitions put residents in the red

TRENTON, N.J. – Gov. Phil Murphy’s Energy Master Plan calls for 100% clean renewable energy by 2050, but at what cost to homeowners? Expensive all-electric systems and blackouts from power grid overloads could be in New Jersey’s future. WATCH: Goodbye gas stove; hello blackouts In this latest episode of...

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VIDEO: It’s time for Rutgers athletes to sack their lavish taxpayer money spending

TRENTON, N.J. – The average New Jersey family struggled against unemployment, supply chain issues and inflation just to put food on the table last year. Food banks and pantries found it impossible to meet demands for help. But what were Rutgers football players doing at the same time? Racking...

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VIDEO: Is New Jersey’s plastic bag ban helping people recycle or promoting a vicious cycle?

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey is only four months into the official ban of single-use plastic bags, and the negative consequences are already so apparent that even Democrats who authored the law have had to admit it isn’t working. Assembly Republicans take a look at whether the bag ban...

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VIDEO: Democrats want N.J. taxpayers to foot bill for UFO and alien research

TRENTON, N.J. – Do state taxpayers need to spend money on UFO research? The answer should be an easy “nope,” because this is real life, not a Jordan Peele sci-fi horror film. But, Assembly Democrats prioritize the paranormal over residents with their $250,000 proposal to fund UFO and alien...

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VIDEO: Dems’ ban on big shipping boxes has little in it besides costly consequences and inconveniences

TRENTON, N.J. – Republicans break down a Democrat proposal requiring retailers to shrink the size of their cardboard shipping boxes or be penalized in “<Three,” a new YouTube series from the Assembly Republican Office in Trenton. Are Dems finally tying to shrink something?   Steven Szemple, a Republican legislative analyst,...

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VIDEO: How the Dems’ new curriculum in N.J. schools is creating controversy and the Republican response

TRENTON, N.J. – Gender identity and oral and anal sex are just some of the topics covered in the new health and sexual education standards approved by the state Board of Education in June 20202 during the height of Gov. Phil Murphy’s Covid-19 lockdowns. School districts are required to...

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VIDEO: Republicans want bureaucrats to butt out of N.J. pharmaceutical industry

TRENTON, N.J. – Creating a government-run board to control prescription drug prices in the medicine chest of the world, aka New Jersey, is bad for business and innovation, say Republicans. WATCH: Can Bureaucrats Really Lower Drug Prices?Reina Smrdelj, a legislative analyst at the Assembly Republican Office, reveals the potential...

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