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Position Papers

The Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey (CCSNJ) would like to respectfully request your support for S-3488 (Sweeney/Gopal/O'Scanlon), which modifies certain procedures pertaining to school district regionalization, establishes a grant program for cost reimbursement of conducting regionalization feasibility studies, and provides financial incentives for regionalization.

Hilary Chebra

The Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey (CCSNJ) would like to voice our strong support for the package of legislation, which would provide relief to struggling small and micro businesses, restaurants, childcare centers, and arts & culture organization as they navigate their economic recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hilary Chebra

The CCSNJ would like to voice our support for the Governor’s decision to not include any new taxes, tax increases or fees in the FY2022 budget.

Hilary Chebra

The Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey (CCSNJ) would like to voice our support for S-441/A- 4810 (Oroho/Sarlo/Pinkin/Vainieri Huttle/Murphy), which would establish the Government Efficiency and Regulatory Review Commission.

Hilary Chebra

The CCSNJ was proud to be the leading business organization in the state to engage on this critical issue with the outstanding support of Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald in 2016.

Hilary Chebra

The Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey (CCSNJ) would like to voice our support for S-3011 (Madden).

Hilary Chebra

The CCSNJ is not naïve to the fact that some borrowing would be necessary to address the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in New Jersey; however, it should be done so sparingly and with due consideration to the long-term impacts

Hilary Chebra

Thank you for the opportunity to present our position on S-2021 (Sarlo / Cunningham).

Hilary Chebra

Thank you for the opportunity to present our position on Governor Murphy’s proposed revised Fiscal Year 2021 state budget.

Hilary Chebra

The CCSNJ acknowledges that the financial implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the state’s budget has been significant and will continue to grow. Difficult decisions had to be made to get us to this point and there is still much more work to be done.

Hilary Chebra

On February 28, Governor Phil Murphy delivered the FY2021 budget address to a joint session of the Legislature.

Hilary Chebra

In August 2018, the New Jersey Economic & Fiscal Policy Workgroup issued a report, "Path to Progress." The workgroup was convened by Senate President Sweeney in January of 2018 to address the State's continued fiscal crisis.

Hilary Chebra

On June 30, 2019, Governor Murphy signed the FY2020 State Budget. The $38.7 billion budget was largely similar to the budget the Legislature passed and sent to the Governor days before, which removed all initially proposed tax increases including the “mil

Hilary Chebra

On June 30, 2018, the FY2019 State Budget was finalized hours before the constitutional deadline. The final $37.4 billion budget represented a compromise struck by Governor Murphy and legislative leaders

Hilary Chebra
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