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GOVERNOR ASKS FOR RESIGNATIONS FROM ALL ON NJEDA

Governor Phil Murphy has asked for the resignations of all of the gubernatorial appointees to the New Jersey Economic Development Authority.  Murphy says the agency has been wrought with problems and a new audit shows distrust.  The Authority handed out tax credits to companies that could not prove they have created jobs.

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