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WASHINGTON — When freshman Rep. Andy Kim holds a town hall meeting, he says there’s one issue atop voters’ minds: Health care.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) announced the formation of a Small Business Advisory Council for New Jersey’s Third Congressional District.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) kicked off National Small Business Week with a tour of small businesses in Ocean County.
What surprised Congressman Andy Kim about his first 100 days in office was that the political divide began on Day One. At a gathering of South Jersey business leaders hosted by the Southern New Jersey Development Council on Monday in Mount Laurel, he said that there were separate orientations for freshmen Democrat and Republican congresspeople.
Held at the Hotel ML on Route 73, the breakfast also featured remarks from Burlington County Freeholder Dan O’Connell and state Sen. Troy Singleton, D-7th of Delran.
MOUNT LAUREL — Long before he was sworn into office, U.S. Rep. Andy Kim said he had a model to emulate for how he wanted to serve as an elected representative.
U.S. Rep. Andy Kim was nearing the end of his third town hall since taking his oath as a member of Congress when he got hit with the two questions that have surfaced repeatedly during his regular open forums with constituents.
Why wasn’t he signing on as a co-sponsor of “Medicare-for-all” and “Green New Deal” legislation like many of his Democratic colleagues?
When it comes to health care, Donald Trump’s rhetoric and record simply don’t match.
Earlier today, Congressman Kim spoke at a press conference with House leadership and fellow freshmen members of Congress on the importance of protecting pre-existing condition provisions in the Affordable Care Act.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) announced the introduction of H.R. 1451, the Alice Paul Voter Protection Act, which will protect a citizen’s access to vote by prohibiting the interference of voter registration efforts.
Congressman Andy Kim on Thursday introduced his first bill since taking office, and it’s intended to help bring down the cost of health care in states like New Jersey and Pennsylvania, which rely on the federal government to manage an online insurance exchange in which their consumers can shop for and sign up for coverage.