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Guest Op-Ed: Indexing taxes is the way to go for New Jersey

By Anthony Bucco | The Save Jersey Blog I appreciate the interest in legislation I recently introduced regarding annual adjustments in New Jersey’s income tax brackets. I would like to share my thoughts on this important and practical piece of Read More

Assembly Votes to Hike Minimum Wage from $7.25 to $8.50

The New Jersey Assembly followed the State State’s lead earlier this afternoon and passed a minimum wage hike tied to the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Anthony Bucco, Jr. is usually very articulate on these issues; today is no exception: Increasing the minimum Read More

Bucco Battles Bollwage Over Municipal User Fees (VIDEO)

An ever-growing number of New Jersey towns are shamelessly shifting costs for traditional municipal services to “user fees.” It’s a deceptive way to get around the state’s new 2.0% property tax cap. It’s also a way for politicians to run for reelection claiming to Read More

“A Delicious Pizza was Stripped of its Toppings”

Senate Republicans’ Budget Officer Anthony Bucco (R- Morris) should nominate Commissioner Simpson for New Jersey’s poet laureate. The man has a way with words, Save Jerseyans! Bucco lashed out today via press release after the Democrat-controlled Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee wasted more Read More