Battle begins to preserve N.J.'s Joint Base

February 4, 2015

Michael Lahr, a Rutgers University professor who has studied the economic impact, said the big concern is Lakehurst, since many of its jobs are technical and highly paid. But losing any part of the joint base’s operation would fall into a troubling pattern. New Jersey gets back about 75 cents for every $1 in taxes it sends to Washington.

Courier Post, Feb. 4

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