George Norcross and several corporations have filed a 252-page lawsuit against Governor Phil Murphy’s administration over the NJ Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) tax incentive task force investigation, according to a NJ Biz report by Daniel Munoz.
According to the report, the lawsuit was filed by Norcross, Connor Strong and Buckelew, The Michaels Organization, Cooper University Health Care, and Parker McCay. It alleges that the plaintiffs “have suffered and will continue to suffer as a result” and seeks the court to declare the NJEDA task force to be unlawful.
Read the report here.
A WNYC/ProPublica report published this afternoon shed light on the Norcross influence over the tax programs, according to recently released emails.