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N.J. Assembly Slows Rush to Alter Affordable-Housing Policy

Philadelphia Inquirer

June 18, 2010

This article discusses legislation that would scale back state control over how towns in New Jersey provide affordable housing. According to the article, Sills Cummis & Gross Member "Kevin Moore spoke out in support of the legislation, particularly the elimination of the 2.5 percent fee on nonresidential development. He said it was easy for businesses to move out of the state because it is small, noting that real estate is already cheaper in Bucks County. He contended that the fee put New Jersey at a competitive disadvantage."