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PR: “How Much Longer Will NJ Property Taxpayers Have Their Pockets Picked?”

 For Immediate Release – July 17, 2013 AFP: “How Much Longer Will NJ Property Taxpayers Have Their Pockets Picked?” Pro-Taxpayer Group Calls for End to Redistributionist School Aid Formula in Wake of Latest Scandal BOGOTA, NJ – Americans for Prosperity, the state’s leading pro-taxpayer group, is calling for an end to the state’s redistributionist school […]

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NJTV Report On New Jersey’s Death Taxes

August 27, 2014 J

Watch NJTV’s eye-opening report on New Jersey’s death taxes: NJ is One of Few States To Impose Two “Death Taxes” Join AFP in Trenton on Monday, Sept. 15 as we kick off our effort to repeal New Jersey’s estate tax! Learn more here. Like this post? Chip in $5 to AFP.

AFP Applauds Bi-Partisan Push To Roll Back New Jersey’s Death Taxes

August 25, 2014 J

AFP Applauds Bi-Partisan Push to Roll Back New Jersey’s Death Taxes MONMOUTH JUNCTION—Americans for Prosperity, the state’s leading advocate for taxpayers, is praising the growing chorus of lawmakers who are seeking to roll back New Jersey’s unjust estate and inheritance taxes, or “death taxes”. “AFP applauds Senator Oroho and Assemblywoman Vainieri Huttle for recognizing that […]

AFP: Offshore Wind Subsidy Will Cost N.J. Families

August 22, 2014 J,

The following AFP letter to the editor appeared in the Press of Atlantic City. Offshore Wind Subsidy Will Cost N.J. Families “Despite the promise of a massive tax break, the Revel Casino-Hotel is about to shut its doors, and its approximately 2,800 workers will be paying the price. State Sen. Jim Whelan, D-Atlantic, was among […]

AFP: Paid Sick Leave Another Anti-Business Mandate

August 21, 2014 J

The following AFP letter to the editor appeared today on NJ.com. Paid sick leave another anti-business mandate “Chibuzo Njeve (“Why workers should be offered paid sick time,” op-ed, Aug. 16) claims mandating paid sick leave is good for business and the community, but the lesson of his own success eludes him: the idea that free-market […]