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For Assemblyman DiCicco the Loss of Even One Job is Unacceptable

February 3, 2010

With Sunoco’s announcement that it decided to permanently shut down its operations at its Eagle Point Refinery in West Deptford Township, Assemblyman Domenick DiCicco immediately called for action in Trenton.

“Closure of the Eagle Point Refinery is without doubt devastating news for South Jersey’s economy and the state as a whole.  It’s indicative of the continued fall out from the failed policies of the Corzine administration. It’s imperative that we take action now to stop the bleeding of jobs and businesses from New Jersey and I fully intend to address this vital issue.”

Assemblyman DiCicco cannot sit idle when South Jersey is suffering,

“It’s time for Trenton to take seriously a call to action and I’m confident Governor Christie will do just that. But the Legislature must work with him to stop badgering businesses with excessive taxes, fees and regulations and instead create an environment that is conducive to economic growth and expansion.”

Kudos to Assemblyman DiCicco for taking the hard stance on the Legislature’s need to act to help businesses bring good paying jobs back to South Jersey.  You can read the full text of Assemblyman DiCicco’s press release by clicking here.

We need someone fighting for South Jersey’s workers in Washington like Assemblyman DiCicco is in Trenton.  With your help, Dale Glading, who today announced his Congressional bid against Rep. Rob Andrews, can be that voice for our families in DC.

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