Assemblyman Milam had the following published Tuesday in the Daily Journal:
“It didn’t take long, after first being elected to the state Assembly two years ago, for me to come to the conclusion that if state government is ever going to pull itself out of the deep fiscal hole in which it finds itself, the administration and Legislature must take the steps necessary to run the Statehouse more like a business.
“The operative word here is business, more specifically small business. For too long, the state has made it too difficult for small businesses to survive in New Jersey, much less thrive, by burdening the hardworking, taxpaying, job-creating owners with unnecessarily harsh and costly taxes and a regulatory system badly in need of both short-term and long-term reform…”
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