Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Your Senators: cont.

Seems like a great person but has been in office too long and time to move aside for some fresh ideas. 

Since returning to the Senate in 2003, Senator Lautenberg has picked up where he left off, working to improve the lives of New Jersey families. He has fought to save health insurance for thousands of children, reimburse military families who bought body armor for their loved ones serving in Iraq, modernize the G.I. Bill, strengthen Amtrak, increase security along our railroads and at our ports and chemical plants, reverse global warming, provide justice for victims of terrorism, make college more affordable, turn federal buildings “green” and protect our beaches and oceans.
Senator Lautenberg serves on three Senate committees: Appropriations; Commerce, Science and Transportation; and Environment and Public Works. He also serves as chairman of two Senate committees, one on the Commerce Committee and the second on Environment and Public Works.
In a place that is often plagued with gridlock and inertia, Senator Lautenberg has always been someone who bucked the rules, stood up for what he believed, and persisted in making a difference.
Senator Lautenberg resides in Cliffside Park. He and his wife, Bonnie, have six children and 13 grandchildren.

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