(TRENTON) – Assemblyman Reed Gusciora (D-Trenton) was chosen to lead the Assembly Regulatory Oversight Committee during the 2014-2016 legislative session.
“Assemblyman Gusciora is a proven leader who has worked diligently over the years to address the concerns of the residents in his district and throughout the state,” said Prieto (D-Bergen, Hudson). “His work and legislation has helped to make government more efficient and responsive to New Jersey residents’ needs. Gusciora is the right person to lead the Assembly committee focused on reviewing regulations and relieving some of the bureaucracy that may be unnecessary, out-of-date or impedes progress for residents.”
The Assembly Regulatory Oversight Committee considers legislation reducing governmental bureaucracy or “red tape.” The panel also works to ensure that the Executive Branch implements laws as intended by the Legislature.
“I look forward to chairing the Assembly Regulatory Oversight Committee this session,” said Gusciora (D-Mercer, Hunterdon). “Cutting back on red tape and redundant bureaucracy where possible improves access to government services. This is an essential task in state government and a top priority for this committee. ”
Gusciora will also serve on the Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee.
Gusciora represents Hunterdon and Mercer counties which encompass East Amwell, Ewing, Hopewell Borough (Mercer), Hopewell Township (Mercer), Lambertville, Lawrence (Mercer), Pennington, Trenton, West Amwell, and West Windsor.