Kim Guadagno on Corporations
Work with businesses to cut state regulations in half
Since becoming the Garden State's first Lieutenant Governor in 2010, Kim has been working to cut government red tape, recruit new businesses and help existing businesses stay and grow in New Jersey. Thanks to her efforts, New Jersey has added 278,000
net new private sector jobs and more than 100,000 new businesses have filed paperwork to setup shop across our state in 2016 alone. Kim has worked collaboratively with the business community to cut the number of pages of state regulations in half.
While New Jersey's economy has improved and become more responsive to the business community, we can and must do better.
Kim understands that to truly unleash New Jersey's economy, our leaders in
Trenton must get serious about lowering the tax burden on families while fostering a more welcoming, customer-friendly environment for businesses.
Source: 2017 New Jersey gubernatorial campaign website
, Feb 3, 2017
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