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New York gets the best of New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy once again | Mulshine

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A hundred years ago, the great H.L. Mencken wrote that Manhattan is “a place fit only for the gross business of making money.” Now it seems to be losing that quality as well. The New York newspapers report that many workers still haven’t returned to offices in the city. Meanwhile in Monmouth County, the rush-hour trains into the city, formerly standing-room-only, now have plenty of empty seats. That raises an interstate issue: Under New Jersey’s law, people who work in New Jersey should be paying New Jersey income tax. New York argues that because the companies are in New York the tax money sh…

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