This high-powered group could help combat Trump move to gut your property tax breaks

February 26, 2018

Michael Lahr, director of the Rutgers Economic Advisory Service at the Bloustein School; Raphael Caprio, director of the Bloustein Local Government Research Center; Marc Pfeiffer, assistant director of the Bloustein Local Government Research Center; Richard Keevey, Bloustein Senior Policy Fellow; and Henry Coleman, professor of public policy at the Bloustein School, are five of the 14 tax and economic experts recently named to NJ State Senate President Stephen Sweeney’s Economic and Fiscal Policy Working Group. The group will have a broad mission to investigate possible changes to government efficiency, spending and taxation at all levels.

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