CRANFORD, NJ -- Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) announced Wednesday that the House of Representatives recently passed legislation that includes his request for $300,000 to help fund a feasibility study by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers that would help determine the best course of action to help Cranford meet its flood control needs.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) today announced that the House of Representatives recently approved his request for $300,000 to expand a popular seniors program in Union County.
NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ -- Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) announced Tuesday that the House of Representatives recently passed legislation that includes Lance’s request for $300,000 for the final phase for the Borough of North Plainfield’s downtown streetscape and pedestrian safety improvement plan.
WASHINGTON -- Congressman Leonard Lance’s staff will host a series of mobile district office hours throughout the month of July in an effort to bring the services of his congressional office directly to his constituents.
FLEMINGTON – Today Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) awarded the prestigious Silver Star posthumously to Private First Class Adolph Wagner of New York.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) today met with Danielle Prongay of Bridgewater, Victor Smith of North Plainfield, and James Shuman of Hillsborough in his Capitol Hill office.
WASHINGTON -- Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) released the following statement today after House Democrats introduced their long-awaited health care reform proposal:
“Today’s health care reform plan released by the House Democrats is a $1.5 trillion budget buster that will lead to fewer jobs, higher taxes and less health coverage for New Jersey.
WASHINGTON – One of the nation’s leading non-partisan senior advocacy groups recently honored Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) for his strong support to eliminate the federal death tax.
WASHINGTON -- Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) today voiced his strong opposition to healthcare reform legislation currently being crafted in the House of Representatives that would cost $1.5 trillion to implement while raising taxes on tens of thousands of New Jerseyeans.