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Burzichelli, Singleton & Lampitt Bill to Reinstate Moratorium on Construction Fee Released by PanelBill Designed to Promote Economic Growth and Job Creation
Legislation Assembly Democrats John Burzichelli, Troy Singleton and Pamela Lampitt sponsored to reinstate a moratorium on a nonresidential construction fee while the state economy continues to rebound was advanced Thursday by an Assembly committee.
"We all support affordable housing, but we also must be cognizant that the state's economy continues to struggle with high unemployment and paltry economic growth," said Burzichelli (D-Gloucester/Salem/Cumberland). "This moratorium is the right thing to do until we're confident the economy has rebounded and we've created enough jobs to sustain the recovery..."
Albano & Burzichelli Bill to Better Promote New Jersey Wineries & Farms Advances in Senate(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Nelson Albano and John Burzichelli to better promote New Jersey wineries and farms was released Monday by a Senate panel.
The bill (A-2978) would require the Department of Agriculture to post on its web site information on the location and contact information of wineries and farms in New Jersey, along with a link to any other list of wineries posted on the Internet by any other state agency.
"Our wineries carry great potential for increased job creation and economic development throughout our state, so let's embrace that potential and promote wineries and our farms as best we can," said Albano (D-Atlantic/Cape May/Cumberland). "It's 2012, so let's make sure we utilize our technological resources as best we can to promote our agricultural heritage."
Innovative Fuentes, Jimenez, Burzichelli, Mosquera & Sumter Bill to Entice Private Entities to Fund Health Care Initiatives Clears Senate PanelLegislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Angel Fuentes, Angelica Jimenez, John Burzichelli, Gabriela Mosquera and Shavonda Sumter to establish a five-year pilot program that would encourage private investment in preventive and early intervention health care to reduce public costs was approved Monday by a Senate committee.
"Providing adequate healthcare to our neediest residents can be costly to service providers, governments and residents," said Fuentes (D-Camden/Gloucester). "This bill seeks to reduce healthcare costs in the long run while increasing the wellness of our residents without raising taxes..."