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Trenton’s Foreclosure Scheme Returns, Hearing Feb. 20

February 17, 2014 J,

One of the most outrageous proposals of the last legislative session is back. On Thursday, the Assembly Housing & Community Development Committee will take up the “New Jersey Residential Foreclosure Transformation Act”, Bill (A470). This legislation would authorize the State to borrow billions of dollars to purchase foreclosed homes throughout the state–then use the properties [...]

Take Action To Stop Trenton’s Foreclosure Scheme!

June 19, 2012 J,

On Thursday, June 21, the General Assembly will vote on the “New Jersey Residential Foreclosure Transformation Act”. This destructive bill will authorize the State to borrow billions of dollars without voter approval in order to purchase foreclosed homes across the state. In addition to being a bailout of institutional lenders akin to TARP, the bill will [...]

PR: Americans for Prosperity State Director Steve Lonegan Reacts to Shocking Pension Scandal

September 15, 2011 J

For Immediate Release – September 15, 2011

Americans for Prosperity State Director Steve Lonegan Reacts to Shocking Pension Scandal

NJ Watchdog Report Reveals that Forty County Cops are Double-Dipping Pension System for a Staggering $2.88M Per Year

BOGOTA, NJ – Americans for Prosperity state director Steve Lonegan has issued the following statement in response to a NJ Watchdog investigative exposé which uncovered that forty New Jersey county sheriffs and undersheriffs across the state are scamming the state’s pension system to the tune of $2.88M a year.

“These revelations are truly stunning and shocking and should outrage every New Jersey taxpayer. Yet again, New Jersey taxpayers discover that they are being ripped off as law enforcement officials literally rob them blind in order to line their own pockets.

Seth Grossman Explains Why It’s So Expensive To Run A Business In New Jersey

March 22, 2011 J

The following piece is by Seth grossman, AFP contributing blogger.

Last week, the front page of the Cumberland County edition of our daily newspaper published a front page story with the headline "Economic Frustration in Cumberland-Seeking, not finding work". It then pointed out that "With an unemployment rate of 13%, Cumberland County is seeing no signs of an economic recovery".

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