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Prieto & Sweeney: Legislature will Act in Support of Pension Lawsuit

Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto addresses members of the media at a news conference.
Amicus Brief Says Administration Is Violating The Law, Ignoring Legislative Intent
Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto announced on Monday that both houses of the New Jersey Legislature will officially inform the Court of its disapproval of the Christie Administration's refusal to make the pension payments required by law.

Senate President Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Prieto will submit an Amicus Brief in Superior Court stating that the administration is ignoring the law and the legislative intent of the pension reform bill.


"We want to make it clear to the Court that the administration's refusal to make the legally required pension payments violates the law and disregards legislative intent..."

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Speaker Prieto: NJ Transit Fare Hike Plan an Affront to Working Class New Jersey

Speaker Vincent Prieto Continues Call for Sensible & Responsible Transportation Funding Plan

Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Hudson/Bergen) released the following s statement Monday on NJ Transit's plans to increase fares and curtail services:

"To say I'm disappointed by NJ Transit would be an understatement. I'm appalled at this terrible approach to transportation policy and astonished by the lack of regard for the working people of New Jersey who rely on NJ Transit to make ends meet…"

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