BILL TO ELIMINATE INACTIVE BOARDS MOVES FORWARD

Legislation to eliminate various inactive state boards, commissions, committees, councils, and task forces today received final legislative approval by the state Senate, and now heads to the desk of Governor Chris Christie.

The bill carries out a recommendation of the Red Tape Review Group, a panel made up of legislators and administration officials tasked with reviewing state rules and regulations in an effort to streamline government for the benefit of taxpayers and businesses.

The legislation passed the Senate by a vote of 37-0; the Assembly approved the bill in June by a 78-0 vote.

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