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Transportation Trust Fund Hearing, Nov. 20 in AC

November 14, 2014

Final TTF Hearing Thursday, Nov. 20 at 9AM in Atlantic City AC area activists encouraged to speak out against gas-tax hike! The Assembly Transportation and Independent Authorities Committee will convene its fourth and final hearing on our Transportation Trust Fund next Thursday, Nov. 20 at Rutgers starting at 9:00 AM. Subsequent to this hearing, legislation […]

Assembly Labor Vote On Paid Sick Mandate, Mon. 10/27

October 24, 2014

Two weeks ago the Assembly Labor Committee held a discussion-only hearing on a destructive paid sick leave mandate. This coming Monday the committee will vote to move this legislation (A2354). The following members need to hear from activists now: Asm. Ronald Dancer | AsmDancer@njleg.org | 609-758-0205 Asm. Joseph Egan | AsmEgan@njleg.org | 732-855-7441 Asm. Craig […]

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AFP Reacts to State’s Plans to Take Over Atlantic City

January 22, 2015

 AFP Reacts to State’s Plans to Take Over Atlantic City Pro-Taxpayer group concerned Gov. Christie’s action “may not comport with state law” ATLANTIC CITY – Americans for Prosperity, the state’s leading grassroots, free-market group, is reacting to the news that Gov. Christie plans to have the State take over the management of troubled Atlantic City. […]

AFP, New Jersey Residents Stand Together Against Gas Tax Hike

January 21, 2015

AFP, New Jersey Residents Stand Together Against Gas Tax Hike Over Two-Thirds Saying No, But Is Trenton Listening? MONMOUTH JUNCTION – Americans for Prosperity, the state’s leading grassroots advocate for taxpayers, is saying Trenton politicians are ignoring the will of the people when it comes to the gas tax. “Monday’s FDU poll on the gas […]

AFP Reacts to Gov. Christie’s “State of the State” Address

January 13, 2015

AFP Reacts to Gov. Christie’s “State of the State” Address TRENTON – Americans for Prosperity state director Daryn Iwicki has issued the following statement in response to Gov. Christie’s “State of the State” address. “It was the scariest thing I ever did in my life — moving out of New Jersey,” he said. “My daughter […]

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