Garden State Initiative Launches Redesigned Website to Offer Resources to Policymakers and Public
***New site offers resources and research to inform New Jerseyans on policy issues***
MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Garden State Initiative (GSI), an independent, think-tank focused on restoring New Jersey’s promise as a destination for families and investment alike, today announced the launch of a redesigned website: GardenStateInitiative.org. The website was designed to better serve the public by posting research and resources in an easy to navigate format.
“At GSI, we frequently hear frustration from policymakers and citizens about how difficult it is to find impartial analysis and data sources regarding New Jersey’s economy, fiscal health and public services,” noted GSI’s president Regina M. Egea. “The redesigned website offers simple access to our latest blog content, research reports, economic analysis, The GSI Briefing podcast and many more resources to inform the public.”
The website is designed to focus on GSI’s four policy pillars:
- Growing economic opportunity for all
- A government that works
- Making New Jersey affordable
- Transforming our business climate
“In redesigning the website, our goal was to build a “go-to” resource to inform policymakers and journalists, but to also provide the public with the information they need to question the decisions being made in Trenton and their own Town Halls,” stated Ms. Egea. “To that end, we’ll be continually adding new features to meet that demand.”
The redesign of the Garden State Initiative website was made possible through the generous support of the William E. Simon Foundation.
The Garden State Initiative is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening New Jersey by providing an alternative voice and commonsense policy solutions in the state — solutions that promote new investment, the growth of businesses, the creation of economic opportunities, and innovation to the benefit of all New Jerseyans.