New Jersey – Tax Cuts, Regulatory Reform and Business Advocacy Redefine New Jersey in the Marketplace

By: Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno
Since taking office in January 2010, Governor Chris Christie has chosen a new direction for New Jersey – lowering taxes, reducing bureaucracy that stifles economic development, and restructuring government so that the Garden State is a place where business growth is fostered and encouraged. Read more of this entry

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Author:New Jersey Technology Council

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