The Legislation New Jersey Needs Part IV: A Defined Cost of Living Methodology

On November 5th, 2013, New Jersey voters approved the New Jersey Minimum Wage Increase Amendment, Public Question 2, which was designed to do two tasks. The first task has been implemented problem-free, and set the minimum wage to $8.25 as of January 1, 2014. The second, though, seems to need refinement and better definition. The second task… Read More The Legislation New Jersey Needs Part IV: A Defined Cost of Living Methodology

The Legislation New Jersey Needs Part III: An Opiate Overhaul

  The 2014 election season has come and gone, but it is still important for New Jersey residents to maintain their interests in politics in order for positive social change to occur. In order to try and provoke a continued interest, I’ll be providing prompts for potential, yet much needed legislation for the Garden State… Read More The Legislation New Jersey Needs Part III: An Opiate Overhaul

The Legislation New Jersey Needs Part II: A Marijuana Economy

Following the past election, America added three locations to the list of areas which have legalized marijuana. Previously, the States of Colorado and Washington were the first two areas in the United States to decriminalize the use and sale of marijuana by regulating it. Now, The United States has added the states of Oregon, Alaska, and… Read More The Legislation New Jersey Needs Part II: A Marijuana Economy

The Legislation New Jersey Needs Part I: College Payment

The 2014 election season has come and gone, but it’s important for New Jersey residents to maintain their interests in politics in order for positive social change to occur. In order to try and provoke a continued interest, I’ll be providing prompts for potencial, yet much needed legislation for the Garden State throughout the rest… Read More The Legislation New Jersey Needs Part I: College Payment