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2016 11 21 LSC1 tmGov. Chris Christie and the Legislature adopted positive and transformational legislation that invests $16 billion in road and mass transit upgrades over the next eight years; and reforms the state’s tax codes, including something that the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce has long fought for - the phasing out of New Jersey’s estate tax.


N.J. Chamber President Tom Bracken, chairman of Forward NJ, led a State House press conference Nov. 3 to discuss the importance of voter passage of Ballot Question 2, which would constitutionally dedicate all gas tax revenue to transportation improvements.


2016 10 28 RTB Bennett tm"We are not as healthy a population as we should be," New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Cathleen Bennett told an audience of NJ Chamber members this morning at an N.J. Chamber roundtable breakfast at the National Conference Center in East Windsor.


The state was witness to a historic moment earlier this month. A bipartisan group of lawmakers came together and solved our state's transportation funding crisis. New Jersey now has the long-term source of funding it needs to fix our infrastructure. But there is one more piece to this puzzle: On Nov. 8, voters must vote "Yes" on Ballot Question 2 to ensure every dollar of the state's gas tax goes toward infrastructure funding.

2016 10 26 Member BreakfastNew Jersey Chamber of Commerce members exchanged business cards and discussed the latest Chamber programs, events and ways to grow their businesses at a networking event October 26 at Bayshore Community Hospital in Holmdel.


A 'Yes' Vote Will Ensure All State Gas Tax Revenue is Constitutionally Dedicated to Funding Transportation Projects - Over the past few weeks, we have seen transformational legislation passed by the state Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Christie - legislation that will go a long way in restoring New Jersey's long-term economic health and making our state more affordable for everyone.

FORUM 2016 tmThere was a fourth presidential debate, and it was hilarious. Top Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump impersonators squared off at the Pines Manor in Edison on Sept. 20, hosted by the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce.


The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce thanks Gov. Chris Christie for signing into law the landmark and transformational legislation that will be a catalyst for economic growth in New Jersey for years to come, and benefit everyone who lives and works here.

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce applauds the passage of today's landmark legislation and we look forward to Gov. Christie signing it. We believe this legislation will be a catalyst for economic growth in New Jersey for years to come and it will benefit everyone who lives and works here.

landing header v2 tmThere are two people in America benefiting big time from the Clinton and Trump campaigns. They are Rosemary Watson and John Di Domenico, the popular Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump impersonators.


The NJ Chamber of Commerce believes the agreement announced Friday afternoon by Governor Chris Christie, Senate President Steve Sweeney, and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto is great news for New Jersey and we urge the legislature to approve these measures as soon as possible.

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In a recent episode of 'Caucus: New Jersey', host Steve Adubato led a lively discussion on how to make New Jersey more competitive in attracting and retaining business. The panel featured the officers of Opportunity New Jersey: Tom Bracken, president and CEO, New Jersey Chamber of Commerce; Michele Siekerka, president and CEO, New Jersey Busioness & Industry Association; Debbie Hart, president and CEO, BioNJ; and Ralph Thomas, CEO and executive director, New Jersey Society of CPAs.