Lame Duck Policy Agenda
January 14, 2020 Marks the Final Day of the Current Legislative Session  

The New Jersey Legislature is in its lame-duck session, a 10-week period sandwiched between the November election and January’s new legislative session. This is a busy time in Trenton as legislators try to resolve a number of bills before the new session begins. There are five bills in particular that are on the Network's policy agenda, click here to learn more.

Headlines for December 5

Long-Term Recovery of Rental Housing

There are still lessons to be learned from Hurricane Floyd

Hoboken could make this change to its affordable housing policy this week

Members Can Read Today's Media Watch Here

Thriving Together For Thirty Years: Non-Profit Community Developers Bring $14 Billion in Economic Impact...
By Staci Berger - December 4, 2019

In 1989, a handful of leaders from New Jersey’s fledgling community development organizations got together in a diner (where else?) to build a statewide coalition that could educate, mobilize and engage residents about the need for more affordable homes in our state. 

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