ASSEMBLY SPEAKER SAYS SHE WILL ALLOW CAP 2.0 TO BE HEARD

120px-Seal_of_New_Jersey_svgSome wondered if a deal to control property taxes would be held up in the Assembly. The Speaker Shelia Oliver has said it will not. The plan ironed out by Gov. Chris Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney, that would cap property tax increases at two percent, will be heard on the floor of the Assembly as well. Oliver said Assembly Democrats have some concerns they want to discuss with Christie, but she will not stand in the way of property tax reform.

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