WASHINGTON – Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) today joined an overwhelming majority in the U.S. House of Representatives in voting for a congressional resolution supporting the dissidents in Iran who are protesting President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s contested win in the June 12 presidential election.
COLONIA, NJ -- Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) recently toured the Home Depot in Colonia.
Bill Includes Provision to Close the ‘Innovation Gap’”
WOODBRIDGE -- Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) and Woodbridge Township Mayor John McCormac announced Monday that the House of Representatives will soon pass legislation that includes Lance’s request for $500,000 to upgrade the Woodbridge Police Department’s communications capabilities.
WESTFIELD – Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) presented Jaclyn Kirna of Westfield with a congressional youth service award in recognition of her extensive volunteer activities throughout Union County.
WESTFIELD – Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) presented Kaitlyn Gullickson of Bridgewater with a congressional youth service award in recognition of her extensive volunteer activities throughout Somerset County.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-7) today said that Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) funds returned by financial firms should be used to reduce our nation’s ever-growing debt, not used on new spending as suggested by the U.S. Secretary of Treasury and some in Congress.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) today issued the below statement following the shooting at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.
WASHINGTON – In an effort to help many New Jersey families struggling with the rising cost of higher education, Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) will host an education forum with financial aid experts from several New Jersey universities – including Kean University, Raritan Valley Community College and Rutgers University.
WASHINGTON -- Today Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) joined more than 100 bipartisan lawmakers in sending a letter urging President Obama to keep General Motors and Chrysler from rapidly closing hundreds of auto dealerships nationwide until the carmakers’ plans can be reviewed more closely.