A New Jersey state legislative committee on Monday pushed forward a bill that would make New Jersey the first state to prohibit investment of public money in companies doing business with Iran.

Assemblyman Neil Cohen, D-Union, says he is sponsoring the measure, A-3043, in view of Iran’s attempts to develop nuclear weapons and statements by its leaders denying the Holocaust and indicating a desire to see Israel destroyed.

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