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The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce congratulates Gov.-elect Phil Murphy for his nomination of Assemblywoman Elizabeth Muoio as state treasurer.

Assemblywoman Muoio has served with distinction on the state Assembly's Budget and Economic Development committees and as Mercer County's Director of Economic Development & Sustainability.

 

Jobs for New Jersey's Graduates and AT&T are working together to help raise the high school graduation rate and support career paths for underserved students. Because of its success in keeping kids in school, Jobs for New Jersey's Graduates was one of 34 Jobs for America's Graduates (JAG) state affiliates selected to share in $3.5 million from AT&T. The announcement was made at Jobs for New Jersey's annual Student Leadership Conference at Rider University.

 

2017 10 29 Cory Booker JAG students SSen. Cory Booker talked to students and teachers from the 'Jobs for New Jersey’s Graduates' program in Washington on Oct. 29. The New Jersey  Chamber of Commerce Foundation manages the nonprofit program, which is the New Jersey affiliate of ‘Jobs for America’s Graduates,’ the nation’s largest student dropout prevention program feared toward young people who are most at-risk. For more info on ‘Jobs for New Jersey's Graduates” and how your company can support it, click here.

 

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce believes that effective tax reform can grow New Jersey's economy at the same time that it boosts the national economy. Any tax reform legislation should result in a net benefit for every state. The tax reform legislation introduced last week would not be positive for New Jersey. While some citizens and businesses in the state would benefit, many more would not.

 

2017 RTB Mroz SRichard S. Mroz, president of the state Board of Public Utilities since 2014, discussed New Jersey's Energy Master Plan and the work the state is doing to prepare for the next threat in the post-Sandy era, during an Oct. 31 address to business leaders.

 

2017 10 26 Liberty Gala SThe New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's Liberty Gala Oct. 26 commemorated the 100th anniversary of Fort Dix, and celebrated military heroes of New Jersey dating back to the nation's birth. Among those honored were Vietnam War veteran Col. (Ret.) Jack Jacobs, a Medal of Honor recipient, one of the most decorated soldiers of his generation and currently a military affairs analyst for NBC.

 

2017 10 18 Networking Breakfast SNew Jersey Chamber of Commerce members exchanged business cards and discussed the latest Chamber programs, events and ways to grow their businesses at a networking event October 18 held in the suites of the Gannett NJ-Asbury Park Press headquarters in Neptune.

 

On the heels of the first Affordability Summit, where serious issues about New Jersey's economic future were presented, OpportunityNew Jersey (ONJ) has released its white paper analysis of the event to the state's gubernatorial candidates, legislators and the current Administration with an urgent call for a comprehensive state strategic plan for a more affordable New Jersey.

"The time for action is now," said ONJ co-chairs Tom Bracken and Michele Siekerka. "We had incredibly constructive dialogue about how to make New Jersey more affordable and regionally competitive at our summit. We came away knowing that New Jersey needs a long-term, sustainable plan that will address the overriding issues that have limited our economic growth.

 

2017 10 11 Legislative Awards SThe New Jersey Chamber of Commerce honored four legislators, the head of the state Board of Public Utilities (BPU) and a tireless New Jersey energy company executive - all of whom have gone above and beyond to help recharge New Jersey's business climate - at a reception in Pennington on Oct. 11.

The event, held at the Bank of America Hopewell Conference Center, attracted 150 guests, including members of both parties - many of whom said it is time for the parties to put politics aside and pave the way for more economic development and jobs in the Garden State.

 

More than 22,000 New Jersey residents are afforded the protection of DACA. These residents have lived here virtually all of their lives and have become engrained in our communities. Like the rest of our citizens, they work here and they pay taxes here.