Opportunities after the pandemic

September 21, 2020

An op-ed from Linda Stamato and Sandy Jaffe explores the possibilities for policy development following the pandemic. They note that states should work together to embrace as many aspects of our regional existence as possible in order to aid, rather than inhibit, the reopening of the economy. The policy of reciprocity, synchronizing sales tax rates, and joint efforts to enhance global trade, manage energy needs more efficiently, and invest in workforce development could go a long way to building relations in the region.

NJ.com, September 20, 2020

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