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NJ Chamber is Joined by 40 Local and Regional Chambers of Commerce to Oppose Business Tax Hikes

The New Jersey Chamber And 40-Chambers Oppose Proposed Business Tax Increases

The N.J. Chamber of Commerce is being joined by over 40 local and regional chambers of commerce statewide to oppose the proposed “Corporate Transit Fee” on New Jersey’s large companies, and the proposed “buck-a-truck” tax on trucks that deliver goods to and from warehouses in the state. Both measures are contained in the proposed state budget that was put forward by Gov. Murphy and is currently being considered by the state Legislature.

The Chamber Alliance is also opposing funding cuts to state agencies that support economic growth – the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, New Jersey Business Action Center and New Jersey Small Business Development Centers. This coalition of 40 chambers represents a substantial percentage of the state employers who believe these moves would damage New Jersey’s business climate, undermine the state’s corporate recruiting and retention efforts, and jeopardize good-paying jobs.

Attached below is a copy of the Chamber Alliance’s letter that was delivered to legislators today…


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