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Tom Bracken tmAccording to the latest biannual survey released Monday by the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce and Baker Tilly, Garden State employers are less concerned about the short-term and lingering effects of the Affordable Care Act.

WHAT IS the best way to protect our pensioners and the state while solving the pension problem in a way that is fair to everyone?

Embedding mandated payments on a quarterly basis into the New Jersey state constitution is not the answer.

2015 07 30 Atlantic City tmThe New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's efforts to help fix a weak state economy may give a welcome bump to Atlantic City's own struggling economy.

2015 07 28 Borgata"We're not talking about going into this and blaming anybody for anything. We are where we are. All we want to do is get us to a better future faster," said NJ Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Bracken. "In fact, there's credit to be given to the Administration and there's credit to be given to the legislature in many aspects to try to help us move forward."

2015 07 22 Ramp ClosedAnnual survey of business professionals shows they have a lot more on their minds than taxes -- starting with roads, bridges, and mass transit

Roughly a third of New Jersey Chamber of Commerce members say New Jersey's high cost of living and tax structure continues to be the "single biggest obstacle" in the way of the state making a full economic recovery, according to a new survey released Tuesday.