OpEd: We shouldn't defund the police, we must invest to protect

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Fox News: We shouldn't defund the police, we must invest to protect You won't save lives and build a future with less crime by cutting and defunding By Rep. Josh Gottheimer In a rare public display of bipartisanship, Republicans and Democrats exploded with applause during the State of the Union earlier this month, when President Biden declared that we must "fund the police. Fund them. Fund them. F...

Ridgewood Water gets $2.8M grant to rid drinking water of PFAS, or 'forever chemicals'

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NorthJersey.com: Ridgewood Water gets $2.8M grant to rid drinking water of PFAS, or 'forever chemicals' By Marsha A. Stoltz RIDGEWOOD — The village has been approved for a $2.8 million federal Environmental Protection Agency grant to pay costs associated with removing so-called forever chemicals from the water supply. The grant will offset a $3.5 million renovation of the village's Ravine Treatmen...

Work on century-old Roseville Tunnel in Andover to advance Sussex County rail service

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New Jersey Herald: Work on century-old Roseville Tunnel in Andover to advance Sussex County rail service By Bruce A. Scruton ANDOVER — The light at the end of the Roseville Tunnel just might be the reconstruction of the more-than-century-old passageway that has held up re-establishment of the Lackawanna Cut-off and commuter rail service to Sussex County. Rep. Josh Gottheimer visited the site of th...

Gottheimer Acts to End the ‘Pothole Tax,’ Aid North Jersey Businesses

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North-JerseyNews.com: Gottheimer Acts to End the ‘Pothole Tax,’ Aid North Jersey Businesses Shares $8 billion from Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill will help North Jersey roadways by Nathan Resso Rep. Josh Gottheimer says New Jersey should have a lower “pothole tax” going forward after the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill will invest more than $8 billion for projects aiding New Jersey roadways. Speaki...

Gottheimer bill would bring funding to local police departments

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New Jersey Globe: Gottheimer bill would bring funding to local police departments By David Wildstein Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-Wyckoff) has introduced legislation to make significant and targeted investments in small-town police departments to ensure that local law enforcement can maximize safety by receiving resources and training. Gottheimer’s bill, the Invest in Law Enforcement Act, will be co-sp...

Explaining Gottheimer's New 'Affordability Agenda For Jersey'

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Patch: Explaining Gottheimer's New 'Affordability Agenda For Jersey' By Montana Samuels MAHWAH, NJ — New Jersey Congressman Josh Gottheimer was in Mahwah on Monday debuting a new set of policy ideas that he believes could have a big impact on some national problems making life harder for locals. The set of policy points is called the Affordability Agenda for Jersey. Within that agenda, Gottheimer ...

Just engage

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Mr. Gottheimer went to Washington determined to reach across the aisle. Nothing that he’s seen since, none of the extraordinarily heightened wagon-circling, name calling, or coarseness, has dissuaded him from at least trying for comity.

Freshman New Jersey Congressman Takes a Bipartisan Path

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“I don’t work for the national Democratic party,” Mr. Gottheimer said. “I work for the Fifth Congressional District. There are things that are nonnegotiable, but there are plenty of areas like tax reform and infrastructure and certain regulatory reform that I believe are good for people back home.”

Gottheimer completes tour of 79 towns

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"Visits like today's tour of downtown Hope -- where I get to meet with constituents and business owners in their hometowns and hear their needs -- are a critical part of my job representing North Jersey and getting us a better return on our federal investment," Gottheimer said in a prepared news release.

Gottheimer all business on the Hill

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NJ Herald: Gottheimer all business on the Hill By: David Danzis WASHINGTON -- The day before the U.S. Senate publicly released its much-anticipated version of a new health care bill, the U.S. Capitol was buzzing with activity and anticipation. And while much of Capitol Hill waited anxiously to get its first look at a piece of legislation with far-reaching effects for the entire country, the day-to...