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New Jersey Democrat Andy Kim learned a lot of what he knows about governing from two of his mentors — the late Republican Sen.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) heard from seniors in Ocean County at a roundtable discussion held in Toms River on issues ranging from the rising cost of prescriptions drugs to the need to protect Medicare.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the U.S. House passed an amendment by Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) to provide additional funding to programs that help veterans and military spouses start small businesses, and small business owners access to training and capital to grow.
U.S. Rep. Andy Kim (D-3) announced this week that his staff will hold mobile office hours in Ocean and Burlington Counties to help residents with casework issues.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) announced that Ariel Etzel, a 12th grade student from Point Pleasant Borough High School in Point Pleasant, NJ has won the Congressional Art Competition from New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District. Ariel’s painting, entitled, “Colors in Bloom”, is currently displayed in the U.S.
Two of South Jersey’s congressional representatives may have come up with another way to provide federal funding for a highway overpass project deemed critical for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst’s future.
The key defense policy bill was advanced from the House Armed Services Committee on Thursday morning and includes several provisions related to perfluorinated chemical contamination, including $121.3 million for clean up work and remediation of drinking water on or near military installations.
The final bill was advanced by a 33-24 vote that featured “yes” votes from all three New Jersey Democrats on the panel: Reps. Donald Norcross, Andy Kim and Mikie Sherrill.
Some of New Jersey’s congressional delegation may be new, but protecting and enhancing Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst continues to be a top priority for the state’s lawmakers in Washington.
Unveiled by the U.S. Treasury and IRS last summer but finalized on Tuesday, the new rules limit how much taxpayers can deduct as charitable giving if they receive a state or local tax credit in return.