FMBA Member, As of 2:30pm today, Monday, July 21st, the Governor’s office has full intention of launching his “no pain no gain” campaign at the Bay View Park on Long Beach Island. The FMBA is moving forward with our plan to gather in a show of unified support against his campaign and the unconscionable choice […]
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NJFMBA Members, For those not aware, Governor Christie will begin his “no pain no gain” assault on our pensions this Tuesday. If the campaign was not misguided enough, his choice of venue to launch it is completely unconscionable! He will be hosting a town hall meeting at Bay View Park in Long Beach Island. That […]
WIMBERLY, CRYAN & SINGLETON BILL PROTECTING EMPLOYEE PENSION PAYMENTS FROM BEING HIJACKED BY CHRISTIE ADMINISTRATION GAINS ASSEMBLY APPROVAL Measure Would Bar Administration from Using Increased Employee Contributions to Offset State’s Obligation (TRENTON) – By a vote of 51-28, the General Assembly on Thursday approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Benjie Wimberly, Joseph Cryan and Troy Singleton […]
After a long fought battle, a bill was passed in both the Senate and Assembly that extends the cap on interest arbitration until 2017. The bill was fast tracked over the past week, without hearings in either the Senate or Assembly committees, and instead moved directly to a floor vote after a compromise was […]
PRIETO STATEMENT ON POLICE & FIRE INTEREST ARBITRATION (TRENTON) – Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Hudson, Bergen) released the following statement Monday on police and fire interest arbitration and extending the 2 percent cap on base salary awards. The Assembly approved a bill to extend the cap on March 27 (A3067 / S1869) but the governor blocked it […]
April 10, 2014 For Immediate Release: State FMBA Response to Governor’s Comments at Recent Town Hall Meeting At a town hall meeting yesterday, the Governor referred to the brave men and women whose duty is to protect and serve the citizens of New Jersey as a “special interest group.” “Yes, these courageous […]