Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 6/12/2019

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Below is the Insider NJ Morning Intelligence Briefing for 6/12/2019:



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Governor Murphy signed legislation requiring certain hotels to provide employees with panic devices.


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Reacting the IRS final regulations aimed at preventing the circumvention of the SALT deduction cap, Governor Murphy released a statement calling it the ‘politicization