Coronavirus outbreak bills are being fast-tracked in the NJ Assembly – a good sign that government is doing its part to combat the unprecedented pandemic and prepare the State to recover. New Jersey has an economy so strong that other States are constantly trying to lure our businesses away – we will recover.
“The state Assembly fast-tracked a host of bills aimed at alleviating the economic impact the coronavirus outbreak could have on businesses across in New Jersey – part of a package of 21 bills and two resolutions approved Monday. Tens of thousands of businesses across the New Jersey are scaling back hours in response to curfews, or closing their doors indefinitely, in a bid to promote the kind of “social distancing” that proponents argue starves the virus of an opportunity to spread to new hosts.”
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