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Thursday, March 22, 2012

In case you missed it: NJCJI offers advice to NJ business owners

In an op-ed in the Times of Trenton this week, NJCJI discusses why it’s important to engage with local elected officials.  It is intended to be a guide for the state’s small business owners, but it can apply to everyone who’s ever been curious about who makes the rules by which we all need to abide. 

You can read it in The Times here, or on NJCJI’s website

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