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Jul 15, 2004
This summer, nearly 40 students from more than 10 schools around the State are working as Automotive Youth Educational System (AYES) interns.There are still 16 qualified students from AYES looking for the opportunity to prove themselves and demonstrate their skills as productive members of a dealership repair team....
Jul 06, 2004
On Wednesday, June 30, New Jersey Governor James McGreevey signed into law a $28 billion budget for the State's new fiscal year that began on July 1.The new budget includes a 17% increase in spending and imposes new taxes and fees that will impact many New Jersey businesses,...
Jul 06, 2004
The new State budget passed last Thursday by the New Jersey Legislature, and signed into law on June 30 by Governor McGreevey, contains a provision which increases the initial registration period for most new passenger vehicle sales and leases to four years.This means that new car buyers/lessees will...
Jul 06, 2004
The Legislature worked late into the night on Thursday, June 24, approving almost 400 individual actions and pieces of legislation.Among them was a bill which was fast-tracked through the legislative process, imposing a "fee" (a tax by any other name) on the sale of new tires.This fee will...
Jul 06, 2004
Among the almost 400 measures approved by the New Jersey Legislature in its late-night marathon session on Thursday, June 24, was a bill which authorizes the New Jersey Division of Taxation to do a wide-ranging sweep of all business entities which hold licenses issued by any State agency,...
Jul 06, 2004
According to the American International Automobile Dealers Association (AIADA), Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) has recently said that debate on the Class Action Fairness Act of 2004 (S-2062) was expected to begin sometime after the July 4 Senate recess. The bill would move more class-action lawsuits from...
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