New Jersey is one step closer to repealing RGGI (the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative)

?Congratulations to the Atlantic County Freeholders for being the latest elected officials to take a stand against RGGI (the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative).?? A special mention to Freeholder Joe McDevitt for sponsoring the resolution and to Freeholders Frank Formica (Chairman), Frank Giordano, Frank Sutton, Jim Bertino, and Rich Dase for voting in favor of the repeal RGGI resolution.? An additional thank you to everyone who came to the Freeholder meeting to support the RGGI repeal resolution, especially to all of our L and P members in attendence and to Absecon City Councilman Chuck Urban, who has also been outspoken on this issue and even led the efforts to adopting a repeal.

New Jersey is one step closer to withdrawing from RGGI.?? Senator Jim Whelan is the only state legislator – Republican or Democrat – in the Atlantic City area still supporting this job-killing energy tax.?? You are welcome to call or e-mail Senator Whelan today to express your opinion on repealing RGGI:

State Senator Jim Whelan (Democrat?Atlantic County) 511 Tilton Road Northfield, NJ 08225 Tel: (609) 383-1388 E-Mail:

Click here for more information on RGGI and its detrimental effects to our economy.

Click here for Americans for Prosperity’s coverage of this event, complete with photographs.

  • Seth Grossman

    Seth Grossman is executive director of Liberty And Prosperity, which he co-founded in 2003. It promotes American liberty and limited constitutional government through weekly radio and in-person discussions, its website, email newsletters and various events. Seth Grossman is also a general practice lawyer.

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