N.J. could alter tax incentives for projects near transit

03/12/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Officials from New Jersey cities including Newark and Jersey City are worried about state legislation that would change a program offering tax credits to residential and commercial projects near mass-transit facilities. The changes, which have bipartisan support, could draw development away from urban centers and out to the suburbs, they say.

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