GREENWALD: ‘ALCOHOL SALES IN GROCERY STORES? GOOD IDEA’

Assembly Budget Chairman Lou Greenwald (D-Camden) had the following published in the Gannett New Jersey newspapers:

“Last fall as I traveled around my district, listening to the concerns of my constituents and their families, I heard a clear, consistent message: the economic recession is hurting New Jersey families in ways unseen since the Great Depression of nearly 80 years ago.The American Red Cross. I am encouraged by the work Gov. Chris Christie and his administration have done to examine ways to cut bureaucratic red tape and streamline overly burdensome regulations to promote economic growth.

“In these tough economic times, we must do everything we can as a state to become more competitive and create jobs. While regulations certainly have their place, I believe there must be a balance between protecting New Jersey’s valued interests and vulnerable citizens and ensuring that businesses don’t drown under mountains of paperwork and excessive, suffocating rules…..”


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