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Cooper Health disputes tax credit investigation report as ‘biased’ and misleading

“Despite its obvious bias and lack of due process, the report bolsters and supports what Cooper University Health Care has maintained from the beginning," spokesperson Thomas Rubino said.

Gov. Murphy decries ‘rigged system’, pledges to veto legislation extending controversial tax programs

“We are not just dealing with a broken system; this is a rigged system,” Murphy, a Democrat, said at a Trenton news conference. “This was designed by special interests to benefit special interests.”

Norcross-linked firms benefited from behind-the-scenes lobbying on tax breaks, N.J. task force reports

A task force investigating New Jersey's multibillion-dollar tax-credit programs released a report Monday that said two powerful brothers – lawyer Philip Norcross and power broker George E. Norcross III – enjoyed outsize influence over the tax legislation and its financial benefits.

South Jersey firm disputes labor union allegation that it lied on application for $79 million tax break

“We have fully complied with all of the requirements” of the application process for Grow New Jersey tax credits, NFI spokesperson T.J. Lynch said.

South Jersey trucking firm omitted criminal violation in application for $79 million tax break, labor union says

A spokesperson said the company was in the process of investigating the allegations: “While we are confident in the veracity of our application, we take all accusations seriously."

EDA board chair hops on the bus for Camden ‘equity’ tour

Less than two months into his role at the EDA, Kevin Quinn was the only member of the board who accepted an invitation from community organizers to tour Camden on Wednesday, amid intense public scrutiny and multiple investigations of the tax break programs that the agency administers.

Gov. Murphy pushes new tax credit proposals, amid investigations of current program

“Economic growth can’t just be about helping a select few and the politically connected,” Murphy said.

Grand jury investigating New Jersey’s controversial tax-break programs

A state grand jury is investigating New Jersey’s tax-break programs for businesses.

Authorities investigating ‘suspicious death’ at Harrah’s in Atlantic City

Authorities investigating “suspicious death” at Harrah’s in Atlantic City

George Norcross sues Gov. Murphy and tax incentive investigators

The five-count suit, filed in Mercer County, claims the task force was formed unlawfully and that it should be disbanded.