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Some thing just never change.

New Jersey Assemblyman Anthony Impereveduto was the guy who started the New Jersey home inspection licensing law about 5 years ago. It all started because one of his employees had a home inspection conducted by an ASHI member and later found the house was termite infested.

He was also the main man in lowering the standards and pushing back the date the law takes effect (still a full year away).

Watching the news tonight, Imperveduto pleaded guilty to corruption. I wonder if all his supporters will go to court in January to see him sentenced.

I have much more to say about him but it can't be printed here.


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According to the New Jersey News Network, he took campaign funds (between 20-50K) to pay his personal income tax and vacation trips.

Take this as you may, he pleaded guilty as soon as he found out he was being investigated. There was no grand jury indictment or trial.


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