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Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean Jr. stated the following regarding today’s announcement of Monday morning’s Senate session, which is currently devoted to one open space agenda item.
“I’m glad that Senate Democrats have finally decided to show up to work in Trenton this summer,” said Kean (R-Union, Somerset, Morris). “But that’s only half the battle. I urge Senate President Sweeney to make this voting session mean more. Whenever we meet, we should be doing everything possible to address the people’s two top issues: taxes and jobs.”
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