Bramnick fights to fix high-density housing, taxes, out-of-control spending before July

The state Legislature has two scheduled voting sessions before the end of this fiscal year on June 30. Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is urging Democrats to prioritize the needs of taxpayers and make New Jersey more affordable before it’s too late.

“There are very few voting sessions for Democrats to post legislation to fix major issues facing our state,” said Bramnick (R-Union). “We should focus on ending court-mandated high-density housing, lowering state income taxes by 10 percent and capping state spending at 2 percent. Our current policies are making New Jersey totally unaffordable. The Republicans are ready to fix bad policy before June 30 and I urge the majority leaders to join us in our fight for real fairness.”