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Burzichelli & Ramos Bill to Cut More Red Tape & Make it Easier for Businesses to Create Jobs Released by Assembly Committee
(TRENTON) – Legislation Assembly Democrats John Burzichelli and Ruben J. Ramos Jr. sponsored to help create jobs and economic development by cutting even more of the red tape that can prove to be an obstacle for businesses in New Jersey was released Thursday by an Assembly panel.
The bill (A-3320) is the latest in numerous red-tape cutting measures approved by Assembly Democrats since 2010. This bill directs every state agency to identify permits that may be expedited by issuance of a general permit.
“We’ve done a lot to cut red tape and make it easier for businesses to create jobs and economic growth, but we have more work to complete,” said Burzichelli (D-Gloucester/Salem/Cumberland). “By allowing agencies to issue a general permit, we’ll be getting rid of more of the bureaucracy that stands in their way..."
To read more, please visit the New Jersey General Assembly Democratic Office Web site.
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