Washington, D.C. --- U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ) today called on the National Park Service to take necessary steps to protect the existing structures at Fort Hancock from continued weather-related damage. Pallone made the formal request in a letter to Acting Superintendent of Sandy Hook Richard Wells.
"Today is a very difficult day for New Jersey and the McGreevey family. I commend Governor McGreevey for the courage to talk so openly about what had to be an extremely emotional and personal journey. For more than two years, Governor McGreevey has worked tirelessly to address the needs of all New Jerseyans."
"This week marks the 30th anniversary of the illegal military occupation by Turkish military forces over a section of the island of Cyprus.
"Mr. Speaker, today, the House will attempt to do something it has never done before----strip our courts of hearing cases on the Defense of Marriage Act.