IN REPORT, RED TAPE-CUTTING TEAM SAYS IT’S MADE N.J. A BETTER HOME TO BUSINESS
By Ken Tarbous/NJBIZ
February 8, 2012
The climate for the state’s businesses has improved as efforts to establish a more efficient and business-friendly regulatory environment, streamline government, and cut costs for companies have made progress over the past year, according to a Red Tape Review Commission report released today.
“For business, onerous and burdensome red tape is like death by a thousand paper cuts,” said Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, who chairs the commission, in a prepared statement. The report, she added, “outlines future steps to further reduce the regulatory burden on business and make it easier for them to grow and hire workers.”