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Freiman Appointed to Trio of Committees in General Assembly

16th Legislative Representative will Serve on Transportation & Independent Authorities, Financial Institutions & Insurance and Commerce & Economic Development Committees
Assemblyman Roy Freiman (D-Somerset/Mercer/Middlesex/Hunterdon) has been appointed to serve on the Assembly's Transportation and Independent Authorities, Financial Institutions and Insurance and Commerce and Economic Development committees.

Freiman, who was sworn in last week to represent the 16th legislative district, said his appointment to the Transportation and Independent Authorities Committee is especially timely, considering that just earlier this week, two of the towns in his district - South Brunswick and Montgomery -made NJ.com's list of the 25 towns in the state with the worst commute times.

"The commuting experience for New Jerseyans who rely on NJ Transit to get to and from work is a stressful one, and that's putting it mildly," said Freiman. "Commuters have seen their fares go up while having to deal with consistently subpar service. For drivers, the experience can be equally frustrating as they must deal with nightmarish traffic congestion. That has to change."
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Freiman Commends NJ Bankers Association for Asking Member Banks to Adjust Escrow Accounts of Property Owners who have Prepaid 2018 Property Taxes

Assemblyman Roy Freiman today commended the New Jersey Bankers Association for requesting its members adjust the escrow accounts of property owners who prepaid their 2018 property taxes to avoid the ramifications of the new federal tax law.

"This was an additional and unnecessary burden on property owners that could be avoided by simply adjusting their escrow accounts," said Freiman (D-Somerset/Mercer/Middlesex/Hunterdon). "I am glad the New Jersey Bankers Association recognized this and took proper action."

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