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ObamaCare Medicaid Expansion Moves To NJ Senate

June 14, 2013 J,

The Senate Budget & Appropriations Committee moved the ObamaCare Medicaid expansion (S2644) yesterday setting the stage for a full vote in the senate likely before the summer recess. Voting in favor were: Paul Sarlo (D-36) - Chair    Brian Stack (D-33) – Vice-Chair    Jennifer Beck (R-11)    Sandra B. Cunningham (D-31)    Linda R. […]

ObamaCare Medicaid Expansion Bill Back Up 6/13

June 07, 2013 J

AFP urges activists to head to Trenton to make their voices heard against ObamaCare! Details: The Senate Budget Appropriations Committee has rescheduled the hearing for the ObamaCare Medicaid Expansion bill (S2644) for next Thursday, June 13 at 1pm. State House Annex Committee Room 4, 1st Floor 125 W. State Street Trenton, NJ Committee meets at […]

Stop Sen. Whelan’s Mileage Tax Scheme!

May 16, 2013 J

Sen. Whelan (D-02, Atlantic) has introduced a bill (S2531) that would impose a mileage-based tax on New Jersey motorists!  This idea would be disastrous for New Jersey families, businesses and motorists. (NOTE: The bill is up for discussion this Monday, May 20, during a hearing of the Senate Transportation Committee in the State House Annex, Committee Room 7, at 10:30am.) The […]

Urge Gov. Christie to Veto Union PLA Bill!

March 22, 2013 J,

UPDATE (4/15): Gov. Christie has issued an absolute veto on the PLA bill. Please contact the governor at 609-292-6000 to thank him for standing up for taxpayers on this issue! The Hurricane Sandy crisis shouldn’t be used to line the pockets of Big Labor Union Bosses and expand the use of cost-inflating Project Labor Agreements! […]

Big Labor PLA Bill Targets Hurricane Sandy Relief!

January 11, 2013 J

Should the Hurricane Sandy crisis be used to benefit the state’s Big Labor union  bosses? That’s exactly what will happen unless Gov. Christie breaks out his veto pen! CLICK HERE to listen to the Taxpayer Minute spot on the Union PLA bill! Not Letting The Hurricane Sandy Crisis Go To Waste Late last year while people were […]