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New Jersey Lawmakers Send Governor Bill To Let Marijuana Businesses Claim State Tax Deductions As Partial 280E Workaround
New Jersey lawmakers sent the governor legislation on Monday that would allow licensed marijuana businesses to deduct certain expenses on their state tax returns, a partial remedy as the industry continues to be blocked from making federal deductions under Internal Revenue Service (IRS) code known as 280E.
Burlington County celebrating Black History Month with events, lectures and performances
Burlington County is celebrating Black History Month with events, exhibits, lectures and performances throughout February that show the county’s rich Black historical presence and culture.
Burlington County Commissioners launch Downtown Business Tours with visit to Bordentown City
BORDENTOWN CITY – The Burlington County Commissioners kicked off their new Downtown Business Tours initiative on Saturday with a trip to the historic City of Bordentown.
Police beating death of Tyre Nichols spurs calls for change in N.J. ‘There’s no excuse for that cruelty.’
New Jersey’s landmark environmental justice law must do what was promised
In September 2020, we gathered in a sunny park in Newark with a jubilant crowd to witness Gov. Phil Murphy sign a landmark environmental justice (EJ) law (A2212/S232). This law was championed by State Senator Troy Singleton and Assemblyman John McKeon and endorsed publicly by Governor Murphy even before it passed through the legislature.