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QUOTE OF THE DAY: “I hope everyone will wake up to how scary this is for our future and I hope this legislation fails miserably as it would end the Republic as we know it.” — Rep. Jeff Van Drew, who supported overturning the 2020 election results even after a violent mob of Trump supporters rioted in the Capitol to interrupt the transfer of power, on the proposal to increase the number of Supreme Court justices.
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MONETIZE THOSE ASSETS — Pension systems could take on assets like toll lanes under Sweeney bill, by POLITICO’s Katherine Landergan: Senate President Steve Sweeney on Thursday announced new legislation that would allow the state’s pension systems to take on assets like water utilities and toll lanes to diversify their portfolios. Sweeney’s bill, NJS3637, would create an infrastructure trust fund to manage assets that would be used to benefit New Jersey’s public employee pension funds. The value of the assets would be determined by third-party evaluators. The idea is similar to a prior decision to dedicate New Jersey lottery revenues to the pension system back in 2017. It’s a maneuver that’s also been used in Maryland and Virginia, among other states. By giving a valuable asset to a pension fund the state would be providing a guarantee of future revenue, giving more stability to the system. New Jersey’s pension system is woefully underfunded, and Gov. Phil Murphy this year has proposed making the state’s full pension payment for the first time since 1996.