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A bipartisan group of New Jersey's federal lawmakers have asked the Homeland Security Department to explain why the state's federal grants are shrinking.
Nearly eight years since Newark's Saint James Hospital was shut down, elected officials gathered on Monday to celebrate the opening of a new health center designed to serve residents affected by the hospital's closure.
Democratic lawmakers this morning cut the ribbon on a new federally qualified health center that will expand health services in the Ironbound neighborhood thanks in part to $600,000 in Affordable Care Act (ACA) dollars.
Advocates took aim at the upcoming congressional vote to cut federal funding for women’s reproductive health.
Speaking to a crowd of people of varying religious and racial backgrounds Friday night, Rep. Donald Payne called for more interaction and dialogue between the Jewish and African-American communities.
Representative Donald Payne, Jr. speaks about gun violence prevention following President Obama's State of the Union address and also reacts to Governor Chris Christie's comments comparing President Obama to a "petulant child."
Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. (NJ-10) joined 145 of his colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives, including every Democratic member of New Jersey’s delegation, in sending a letter to President Obama calling for an end to unnecessary raids of Central American refugees across the nation.
Here's what New Jersey lawmakers had to say about the State of the Union address.
Gun violence is an epidemic that impacts every community in America, including right here in New Jersey. While we can never fully eliminate gun violence, there are steps we can take to save lives.
U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker and Congressman Donald Payne, Jr. (N.J.-10) made an appearance at New Jersey Transit’s (NJT) Walnut Station in Montclair on Monday to urge transit commuters to take advantage of new federal tax benefits to help pay the cost of rising bus and train fares.