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The U.S. Census is all about two things: funding and representation. Every uncounted citizen is a missed opportunity. What your citizens do, or fail to do, now will impact your community and our state for the next 10 years. Read on...
U.S. Senate Majority Leader McConnell unveiled a new COVID Relief bill. The Health, Economic Assistance, Liability Protection and Schools (HEALS) Act largely looks to leave our Nation’s state and local governments to fend for themselves. Read on...
The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee released S-2475/A-3971, regarding municipal/county CRBs. NJLM Executive Director Cerra, Little Falls Administrator Cuccia, and Wharton Administrator/CFO Rheinhardt testified in support of the legislation Read on...