Jersey businesses say tariffs hurt; legislators weigh relief
New Jersey businesses say steel and aluminum tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump's administration are beginning to pinch, and lawmakers are pushing measures to ease the pain. Executives from a handful of businesses told the Legislature's bipartisan manufacturers caucus this week at a field hearing in Metuchen that the March tariffs are confronting them with higher costs and the prospects of going beyond the U.S. to get raw materials.
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