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Check out this video from today's tele-Town Hall event with Senate President Steve Sweeney, Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg, and AARP NJ, in which they discuss the Senate Dems' Real Relief plan to provide property tax relief to middle class New Jerseyans.
In this video, NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney says that he didn't want to let Governor Chris Christie "get away with denying people property tax relief this year," in regards to why a Millionaire's Tax was not included in the Senate Dems' plan. To find out more about the Real Relief property tax plan, visit our Web site at www.realreliefnj.net.
Check out this video offering from Senate Majority Leader Weinberg, in which she calls out the Governor for vetoing her legislation which would require for-profit hospitals which receive public funds, to disclose certain information about how those funds are being spent.
In this video from last Thursday's AARP tele-Town Hall, Senate President Sweeney explains why the Senate Democrats' Real Relief plan doesn't include funding from a Millionaire's Tax.
In this video from last week's AARP tele-town hall, NJ Senate Majority Leader describes the Real Relief property tax plan as "an easy, simple plan."
WEINBERG, SWEENEY PUSH FOR OPEN GOVERNMENT BILLS – At a news conference at the Statehouse today, Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg and Senate President Steve Sweeney renewed the push for bills sponsored by the Majority Leader to modernize the State’s open government laws and ensure better compliance with good government practices which promote transparency and accountability. To find out more, visit: www.njsendems.com...
4/19/2012 - Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-Salem, Cumberland, Gloucester) and Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (Bergen) speak with Doug Johnston from AARP New Jersey during today’s AARP telephone town hall with seniors from across New Jersey to discuss their plan for real property tax relief for New Jersey residents. The Senate Democrats’ proposal would reduce by 10 percent the property tax burden of New Jerseyans.
4/19/2012 - Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-Salem, Cumberland, Gloucester) today participates in an AARP telephone town hall with seniors from across New Jersey to discuss their plan for real property tax relief for New Jersey residents. The Senate Democrats’ proposal would reduce by 10 percent the property tax burden of New Jerseyans.