Tahesha Way is the current Secretary of State of New Jersey, appointed by Governor Phil Murphy on December 18th. She has recently been elected as the President of the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS). The AMC franchise The Walking Dead has recently expanded its universe to the locations of Meadowlands Arena and North Jersey, with a new spin-off series starring Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Sony Pictures Entertainment has also sponsored a free and diverse training program for production assistants, open to New Jersey residents.
In New Jersey, an annual report is due on the last day of the anniversary month for LLCs and corporations. Director M. Night Shyamalan recently returned to South Jersey to film his next apocalyptic horror film Knock at the Cabin. The New Jersey-Israel Commission has expressed concern about reported incidents at Rutgers-New Brunswick University demonstrating harassment of Jewish students because of their perceived support for Israel.
Secretary Way has written an opinion piece explaining the steps New Jersey has taken to encourage voting and ensure safe and secure elections. In partnership with MILE Ventures, the Climate180 Turning Point Summit brought together key Israeli innovators and New Jersey leaders to address the urgent climate crisis. The New Jersey-Israel Commission also congratulated Unilever, based in the United States in New Jersey, for reaching an agreement to allow Ben & Jerry's products to be resold in Israel and the West Bank. The state also offers a Film & Digital Media Tax Credit Program which provides corporate business tax and gross income tax credits.
On April 8th, successful film and VOD theaters opened at North Jersey locations, setting the stage for the newly released comedy-drama As They Made Us, which tells the story of a divorced mother who tries to make peace with her dysfunctional family while having a second chance at love. Secretary Way was honored by the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) with a NASS Medallion Award for her work with the New Jersey Election Officials Association (NJAEO). During Minister Razvozov's first official visit to the United States, a meeting was held which paves the way for more tourism opportunities to grow the already strong New Jersey-Israel tourism market. The New Jersey Secretary of State provides document filing services for domestic and foreign corporations and limited liability companies.