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Best Price Insurance Reform already saved $22 Million

The Citizens Campaign today announced that the successes of its citizen leadership graduates throughout New Jersey to convince towns and school districts to adopt the Campaign’s “Best Price Insurance” law or embrace the principles contained in the model law have already resulted in over $22 million of savings.

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Municipal Best Practices Checklist

It's that time of year again when the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs releases it Best Practice Checklist for government efficiency and cost-effectiveness. The checklist is used by the state to determine how much, or how little, state aid municipal governments receive.  Among the fifty items on the checklist are several model laws developed by The Citizens Campaign's Law & Policy Task Force, including strong Pay to Play Reform, Sunshine Online, Eliminating Benefits for Part-Time Elected Officials, and a requirement that municipalities hire insurance brokers on a flat-fee basis which is a major component in our Best Price Insurance Reform law.

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Is your town ready for the municipal tsunami?

"While several towns were impacted during the “Great Recession,” forcing them to lay off and furlough workers, one expert predicts towns will go through another “municipal tsunami."PolitickerNJ.com

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Businesses Answer the Call to Service

Verizon New Jersey President Dennis Bone and Prudential Financial joined together to call on business leaders from across the state to answer the "Call to Service."  

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Four Questions Every Taxpayer Should Ask

On Monday, May 21st The Citizens Campaign hosted the Tri-County Call to Service at Gloucester County College. It was a great event that featured inspirational remarks from The Citizens Campaign Executive Director Bea Daggett, Assembly Gilbert “Whip” Wilson, and State Comptroller Matthew Boxer.

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