Legislative

Whether your municipality has a population of 300 or 300,000, it has a major stake in the legislative deliberations in Trenton. Consequently, an important League priority is the defense of home rule autonomy. Every bill pending before the Legislature that might affect localities is evaluated by the League's 100-member Legislative Committee, and aggressively opposed or supported  by the League's lobbying team in concert with local officials around the state.

Town Crier Legislative Blog

An in-depth review of legislation affecting New Jersey's local governments.

Legislative & Municipal Officials Testimony

Through the years the League of Municipalities has stood up for New Jersey Municipalities by testifying before legislative committees on important bills under consideration by the legislature.

Legislative Advocacy

The League’s legislative staff are constantly working for the League's membership by monitoring Legislative Committee meetings, reviewing lists of bills and staying current on local news to better understand the needs of League member municipalities.

League Legislative Committee

View the members and representatives of the League Legislative Committee.

2019 Legislative Guide (PDF)

The Legislative Guide to Trenton Statehouse activity.

Municipal Issues

See our issue alerts, newsline newsletters, press releases, and blog.

Federal Issues

View a list of services offered for Federal Issues.

Reference Pages

These pages can help guide you through the structure of our organization and our news dissemination.

Property Taxes

View this information center, where you can find pages on budgets, the taxpayer's dollar, history, and more.

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  1. NJLM Small Cell Wireless Bill Testimony Slated

    The Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee has scheduled a discussion only hearing on A-5560. NJLM will provide testimony on this bill's potential impact on municipalities’ authority to manage their rights-of-way. Read on...
  2. NJ Senators Booker & Menendez Seek Reasons for Gateway Delays

    In a letter to U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, Senators Booker and Menendez reiterated the need for timely federal action to advance the Gateway Project, and offered their assistance. The letter highlights the crucial nature of the matter Read on...
  3. FEMA to Delay New Flood Insurance Rates

    FEMA announced that it would delay the implementation of new National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) rates until October 1, 2021. Read on...
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