Pallone Holds Town Hall in Metuchen
Metuchen, N.J. – Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) held a town hall to update constituents on his work in New Jersey and Washington and to offer attendees the chance to share their concerns. He answered a range of questions about health care costs and the climate crisis. Over 300 constituents attended the event.
“The most important part of my job is to hear directly from constituents and to provide an update on my work in Washington and New Jersey,” Congressman Pallone said. “In Congress, I’m fighting to stop the Trump Administration’s sabotage of our health care system, lower the cost of health care and prescription drugs, and combat the climate crisis. Input from constituents is a vital part of this process, and I thank everyone for joining me to share their concerns about the challenges our country faces.”
In the first 200 days of the Democratic Majority, Congressman Pallone has led the House passage of legislation to lower health care and prescription drug costs and to end bad robocalls. He has introduced a bill to rebuild and transform our nation’s infrastructure and recently announced a bold plan to achieve a 100% clean economy by 2050.