New Jersey Congressman Tom MacArthur watched the passage of his bill on Thursday which extends the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) through Friday, December 7, giving Congress additional time to find a long-term solution.
Jersey Shore Congressman Chris Smith's (NJ-4th District-R) legislation to provide humanitarian relief to genocide victims in Iraq and Syria and hold ISIS perpetrators accountable passed the house on Tuesday night and now heads to President Donald Trump's desk to be signed into law.
UPDATE ** Due to weather, the launch is now rescheduled for Saturday at 4:01a** If you happen to be awake at 4:23a on Friday morning, look up in the sky and you might see a NASA rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station being launched from Virginia...
Yesterday we told you about the health concerns being highlighted during Men's Health Awareness Month, today we learn more about what both men and women can do to show support for the men battling cancer or a mental health disorder.
Things are about to get hairy, but for a good cause. Today marks the first day of Men's Health Awareness Month where men will toss aside their razors to grow a mustache or beard to show support for men fighting their biggest fight.
Schools across New Jersey and the nation have already enhanced security measures with local police departments by adding in armed officers and protocols, but a pair of bills introduced and one more being worked on by Congressman Tom MacArthur will tighten things even further.
A bill introduced by Congressman Chris Smith to provide emergency relief to Christians and other minorities being driven from their homes, persecuted or killed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria remains stalled in the U.S. Senate.