Will Democrats restore tax break?; Move would save NJ residents billions

March 31, 2022

These next few months could likely be the last chance for Democrats to partially or fully lift the cap, said Marc Pfeiffer, a senior policy fellow at Rutgers University’s Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. “People that pay higher taxes tend to be in Democratic states,” he said….

Daily Record, March 30,2022

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