Guest Column

June 29, 2018

The New Jersey Clean Communities Council (NJCCC) just released the results of a year-long visual litter study that shows that nearly 10 percent of all litter on our roadways and highways is in the form of plastic and paper bags. There is no doubt that these bags are of significant and ongoing ...

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It’s been a year since the famous Fourth of July shutdown of New Jersey’s beaches and parks, the victims of Trenton politics. The Governor and the Legislature were unable to pass a balanced budget for fiscal ’18, leading to several days of a frustrating state shutdown, resulting in senseless ...

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What Gov. Phil Murphy and the State Legislature call “investments” in our state’s future, New Jersey businesses see as runaway spending and a return to the tax-and-spend politics of the past that once made our economy one of the most non-productive in America.   With the business community just ...

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