NJCAEF’s NJ State Development Bank Policy Brief

NJCAEF’s NJ State Development Bank Policy Brief

New Jersey State Development Bank Policy Brief
By New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund
October 4, 2018

Why We Need a New Jersey State Development Bank (NJSDB): The primary mission of the NJSDB would be to expand access to capital at competitive rates for credit worthy projects that fall within socially beneficial categories and are currently not funded, nor adequately financed. The NJSDB would manage risks wisely by adhering to best practices and lending standards. Initially, the NJSDB would be organized to address the most pressing unmet financial …

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Asbury Park Press Op-ed on NJ’s new equal pay law by Dena Mottola Jaborska

Asbury Park Press Op-ed on NJ’s new equal pay law by Dena Mottola Jaborska

Click here to read an Op-ed by NJCA Associate Director, Dena Mottola Jaborska, in the Asbury Park Press on April 20, 2018 regarding New Jersey’s new Equal Pay law.

https://www.app.com/story/opinion/columnists/2018/04/20/new-jersey-equal-pay-women-law-murphy/536438002/

 

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Check out video of our 2/1 health care vigil outside Rep. Lance’s office in Westfield #ProtectOurCare

NJCA brought 700 people to the March in DC. Thank you to all who marched! #LoveTrumpsHate #Resist

On Saturday 4 million women and their allies marched all across this country for equal rights in the largest protest in American history. Then, on Monday, Republicans in the NJ State Assembly voted against equal pay for women. 3 Republicans who had previously supported the bill actually changed their vote and voted no, aligning themselves with Chris Christie instead of their female constituents.[1]

And one particular Senator, Michael Doherty (one of Donald Trump’s biggest supporters in NJ), before voting against the NJ Pay Equity Act said that …

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Pay Equity Protests

Pay Equity Protests

On Saturday, January 21st, 4 million women and their allies marched all across this country for equal rights in the largest protest in American history. Then, on Monday, Republicans in the NJ State Assembly voted against equal pay for women. 3 Republicans who had previously supported the bill actually changed their vote and voted no, aligning themselves with Chris Christie instead of their female constituents.[1]

And one particular Senator, Michael Doherty (one of Donald Trump’s biggest supporters in NJ), before voting against the NJ Pay Equity Act …

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