From President Eisenhower’s Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956 which gave us the Interstate Highway System to Governor Kean’s Transportation Trust Fund in 1984 (the first in the country), to … Read More

To me our choice is simple: Either we pay 100 percent of the cost to maintain our roads and bridges through increased property taxes, or we pay 65 percent of … Read More

There’s nothing like a good bike ride on a beautiful spring day along perfectly paved roads with smooth, wide shoulders. But all it takes is one pothole and a flat to … Read More

New Jersey’s estate tax is paid by heirs who inherit more than $675,000. That is the nation’s lowest threshold. The federal estate tax exemption for 2016 is $5.45 million…Proponents say … Read More

“Right now, the state income tax for a retired married couple filing jointly kicks in after their income exceeds $20,000. Under bipartisan legislation (S998) that has passed the Senate’s budget … Read More

“Well, I can honestly say I don’t think of any group that could be more affected by a change in that policy than farmers, who put their whole life stock-and-trade … Read More

If you haven’t heard the news, there’s been a lot of talk about New Jersey’s nearly-bankrupt Transportation Trust Fund (TTF). The TTF provides critical funding for infrastructure around the state, … Read More

New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the nation with some of the oldest roads, bridges, tunnels, and rails around. We’re also an impatient bunch and want our … Read More

Reversing the decline in state investment in transportation, public buildings, water treatment systems, and other forms of vital infrastructure is key to creating good jobs and promoting full economic recovery … Read More

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