Dustin Racioppi NorthJersey Published 8:10 p.m. UTC Jul 6, 2018 Last updated July 6 Gov. Phil Murphy made a lot of promises while running for governor. Now he has to try to fulfill them. The Record and NorthJersey.com have compiled a list of those promises and is publishing them here as a way of informing the public and to hold Murphy accountable. This list is comprehensive but not exhaustive, and is culled from statements Murphy made during the campaign or posted on his website. The Record will update this list as needed with the status on these promises as Murphy moves through his tenure. Taxes, spending and the economy Promise: Pass a millionaire’s tax Murphy has supported raising taxes on New Jersey’s highest earners for a while, and he has not moved off his position despite wavering by other Democratic leaders. “Everything we’ve talked about this entire campaign is to back the truck up and get back to reinvesting in the middle class and asking those, the biggest among us, the wealthiest among us, to pay their fair share,” Murphy said in November. Unlike past attempts by Democrats to pass a tax on high earners, Murphy said on MTP Daily on Jan. 17… Read full this story
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