Recently I held an in-person town hall in Highland Park, NJ. Hundreds of New Jersey residents took the time to discuss the events going on in Washington, suggest what we can do to improve our communities, and ask me questions on issues ranging from health care to education.
This month we celebrate women’s history and the extraordinary contributions women have made to our nation. It is also a time to reaffirm our commitment to advancing women’s rights.
Last week I traveled to the Middlesex County Mosquito Extermination Commission in Edison, NJ. There I heard from local and state officials, physicians and scientists, and those charged with regulating the mosquito population about the importance of combating the growing Zika crisis.
Next week change is finally coming to Washington. Over the last two years, the American people have heard a lot about change, but what exactly will that change be and what will it mean to our constituents?
Today the House must act decisively and in bipartisan fashion to begin the process of rescuing an economy that has been spiraling downward for some time.