Outdated regulations in New Jersey are hampering the ability for companies that offer phone, TV, and Internet service from expanding in the state. This means fewer jobs and less investment in the state's economy, as well as fewer choices for New Jersey consumers. It also means a lot more power for state bureaucrats.

The State Senate is considering the Market Competition and Consumer Choice Act (S 2664) to pare back these regulations. The bill would relieve communications services from the burden of outdated rules, while keeping basic consumer protections in place. It’s an easy and logical way to get more companies to invest and expand in New Jersey, which is why the State Assembly passed the bill on a bipartisan 66-7 vote.

Yet, the bill is now under attack by a few liberal special interest groups that want to maintain the status quo of antiquated and oppressive regulations in New Jersey.

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