Author: Holly Schepisi

HOLLY SCHEPISI is an attorney and businesswoman who has served New Jersey's 39th legislative district in the New Jersey General Assembly since January 2012.

SCHEPISI: There’s a “thread of secrecy running through everything this governor is related to”

By Holly Schepisi _ Yesterday, Governor Murphy gave an interview with The Hill in which he applauded state democratic leaders’ decision to shelve a controversial redistricting plan saying, ‘If someone’s got some proposals that open up democracy, make it more transparent, less Read More

Demolishing one of Mount Laurel’s pillars | Schepisi

By Holly Schepisi _ An interesting analysis has recently been conducted by my office: Mount Laurel and the court decisions thereafter all focus on a concept of discriminatory zoning practices to justify the forcing of overdevelopment in suburban communities. Allegations Read More

Notes from Phil Murphy’s budget conference call

By Holly Schepisi _ Fascinating conference call. I joined in the Democratic State Committee conference call with Governor Murphy 1-609-246-3298 to talk about the budget. There is a proposed spending increase of several billion dollars, tax increases on everything from Read More

SCHEPISI: “I understand the importance of Second Amendment rights”

As a result of having no platform or positions of their own, the women running against us rely solely on running a negative campaign against me. Over the next several weeks I will set the record straight on every negative Read More

The Affordable Housing Debacle

Since the 1970’s courts have mandated that municipalities build low-income housing in New Jersey. Despite constructing 92,000 units over the last three decades, a recent decision by the state Supreme Court could require more than 201,000 over the next eight Read More

OP-ED: Trenton Endeavors to Help ‘Sanctuary Cities’ with Non-Existent Money

Over the past several days several of my colleagues in the State Legislature have indicated they would try to move forward legislation protecting “Sanctuary Cities” who lose federal funding by mandating the State of NJ pay these cities any monies Read More