Senate voting session canceled

TRENTON – The Senate voting session set for Monday has been canceled.

The session, whose schedule of bills included the much-amended Economic Opportunity Act, may be reset for some time later in the summer.

Bills on the docket required the Assembly to be in session as well but no Assembly session was scheduled, State Street Wire was told.

The Economic Opportunity Act –  a streamlining of several tax incentive programs – has been changed several times between the two chambers.

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Senate voting session canceled