Broke NJ gives $9.5 Million to Planned Parenthood under the guise of Family Planning
State Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee to VOTE THIS THURSDAY on $9.5 million for abortion under the ruse of “family planning.” Planned Parenthood is the recipient of this money. They are explicitly named in the statement of the bill. Planned Parenthood refused to participate in Federal Title X monies. Planned Parenthood chose to leave Title X funding behind. The money lost was $8.9 million. The ALL Democrat sponsors of S4301/A5802 now want to take NJ tax dollars to replace Federal tax dollars with $9.5 million. Planned Parenthood helps no one plan for parenthood. They only promote avoiding it.
- New Jersey ranks the 3rd worst taxed state in the nation according to Forbes Magazine.
- 2nd in foreclosures per capita according to Bankrate.
- NJ cannot pay its full pension obligations. NJ ranks at 41 out of 50 states. We are only able to pay 61.2% of its pensions.
This is how the Democrat party spends our tax dollars.
Jersey Conservative recently reported that Regina Egea of the Garden State Initiative (GSI), a think tank that closely monitors the various home-grown diseases that beset the state’s economy, sent around fresh data from a poll conducted for GSI by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Public & Global Affairs. Ms. Egea had this to report:According to the survey, 44% of New Jersey residents are planning to leave the state in the not so distant future with more than 1 in 4 (28%) planning to depart the Garden State within 5 years. Unsurprisingly, Property Taxes and the overall Cost of Living were cited as the main drivers. The results also debunk two issues frequently cited in anecdotal accounts of outmigration, weather and public transportation, as they ranked 8th and 10th respectively, out of 11 factors offered.
You can read the full article here.
The bill now goes to the State Senate. NJ Senate Budget & Appropriations Committee will likely hold a hearing Thursday December 5, 2019, in the State House Annex Building. Will update you when we know.
Assembly bill A5802/S4103
The Center for Garden State Families urges you to call your state Senator and politely express your opinion on this politically motivated, misuse of your tax dollars.
Call the committee members below! They may not be your state senator but they all are making decisions that affect you and your families.
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State Senate Budget and Appropriations
Sarlo, Paul A. - Chair 201-804-8118
Cunningham, Sandra B. - Vice-Chair
Addiego, Dawn Marie 609-654-1498 Andrzejczak, Bob 856-765-0891 Cruz-Perez, Nilsa 856-541-1251 Diegnan, Patrick J. 908-757-1677 Greenstein, Linda R. 609-395-9911 O’Scanlon, Declan J. 732-444-1838 Oroho, Steven V. 973-300-0200 Ruiz, M. Teresa 973-484-1000 Singleton, Troy 856-234-2790 Thompson, Samuel D. 732-607-7580