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  1. July 2019 Interest Arbitration Update

    In June, mediators appointed by the Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC) issued three interest arbitration awards. Read on...
  2. New Requirements to Change from Non-Partisan to Partisan Form of Governments

    Acting Governor Oliver signed into law P.L. 2019, c. 161, which modifies the provisions of the Optional Municipal Charter Law procedure to change the manner of holding certain municipal elections. Read on...
  3. Governor Signs Stop Work Order Legislation

    Gov. Murphy has signed P.L. 2019, c. 158 into law, permitting the Comm. of Labor and Workforce Development to immediately issue a stop-work order if an employer has violated the Prevailing Wage Act. Read on...
  1. NJ Sues Federal Administration over IRS’ SALT Workaround Regulations

    Governor Murphy and State Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced that New Jersey has joined with New York and Connecticut to sue the federal government, challenging IRS rules related to workarounds to the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions. Read on...
  2. NJ Connections Advance Energy and Conservation Funding Bill

    The House Committee on Energy and Commerce approved HR 2088, which would reauthorize the EECBG Program. It provides $3.5 billion annually in formula-based grants, to be allocated directly to municipalities, counties, tribal governments and states. Read on...
  3. Land Banking Legislation Gets Gov. Murphy OK

    Governor Murphy signed into law S-1214, which would authorize a municipality to enter into an agreement with a non-profit or a redevelopment entity to serve as the municipality's land banking entity. Read on...
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