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Assemblyman Gerard Scharfenberger. (Photo: Kevin Sanders for New Jersey Globe)

Scharfenberger has plan to re-open N.J. businesses

By David Wildstein, May 07 2020 2:02 pm

Assemblyman Gerald Scharfenberger (R-Middletown) has proposed his own plan for re-opening New Jersey during the coronavirus pandemic.

The freshman Monmouth GOP legislator is advancing a series of protocols that he says exercise “common sense.”

“Without a doubt, the impact which COVID-19 has had on New Jersey’s health and economic wellbeing has been overwhelming,” said Scharfenberger. “However, by Trenton failing to offer residents a detailed re-opening plan and delays continuing with Unemployment Claims, it only grows their heavy concerns – they deserve to have clarity in a strategy for the future.”

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