Kim Guadagno on Technology
Get NY tax dollars spent on bi-state transportation
The 200,000 commuters who live in New Jersey but work in New York are required to file income taxes in both states. Guadagno will look to change the bi-state tax structure to benefit New Jersey commuters.
She will direct the state treasurer to explore a reciprocal tax agreement to divert New York tax revenue to help fund needed transportation projects in New Jersey to benefit the region as a whole without raising taxes.
Source: 2017 New Jersey Gubernatorial website KimForNJ.com
, Sep 1, 2017
Infrastructure plan without gas tax or toll increases
As Secretary of State, Kim has been in charge of promoting New Jersey's $40 billion travel and tourism industry, overseeing a large increase in tourism spending and visitation. Continuing efforts to expand and diversify New Jersey's travel and tourism
industry will create thousands of new jobs.
Implement Transportation Solutions: Instead of massive gas tax hikes and toll increases, New Jersey must develop a sustainable, long-term infrastructure plan to fund our state's urgent infrastructure needs.
Source: 2017 New Jersey gubernatorial campaign website
, Feb 3, 2017
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