NJ.com: After 14K vehicles were stolen in N.J., call goes out for help in busting organized car theft rings.

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NJ.com: After 14K vehicles were stolen in N.J., call goes out for help in busting organized car theft rings By Larry Higgs | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com For Matthew Mazon of Franklin Lakes, his BMW was literally gone in less than 60 seconds when he returned to his driveway after unloading packages from it. His first thought was a neighbor was pranking him, but after he called police and called BMW...

Patch: Rep. Gottheimer Calls On Feds To Address Car Theft 'Surge'

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Patch: Rep. Gottheimer Calls On Feds To Address Car Theft 'Surge' By Logan Williamson ALLENDALE, NJ — Stepping away from his parked car to run a simple errand, Matthew Mazon, of Franklin Lakes, left his key fob inside, not thinking much of it. But when he came back a few minutes later, the car was gone, and the stolen vehicle was not found until two weeks later in Newark. Mazon's story is familiar...

NJSpotlight News: Gottheimer pushes measures to keep a lid on prices

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NJSpotlight News: Gottheimer pushes measures to keep a lid on prices On Thursday's episode of Chat Box, Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-5th) spoke about the rising cost of everyday items and how he’s working on a number of measures to try to keep prices down. One of his main focuses is the meat industry; a bill he sponsored to increase scrutiny on potential price gouging by the industry was passed by the ...

NJ 101.5: Gottheimer announces new steps to lower grocery costs for New Jersey families

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NJ 101.5: Gottheimer announces new steps to lower grocery costs for New Jersey families By David Matthau A New Jersey congressman is pushing a plan to hold the line on supermarket price increases, especially for items like meat, poultry and produce. During a visit to a ShopRite supermarket in the borough of Emerson on Monday, U.S. Rep. Josh Gottheimer, D-N.J. 5th District, said Congress this week ...

WRNJ: Gottheimer announces new steps to lower grocery costs for New Jersey families

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WRNJ: Gottheimer announces new steps to lower grocery costs for New Jersey families By Jay Edwards NEW JERSEY — U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) Monday visited ShopRite in Emerson to announce new concrete steps in his Affordability Agenda for Jersey, to get grocery prices down for Jersey families, particularly for meat, poultry, and produce, and to lower gas and energy prices. This week, Go...

CNBC: House passes bill aimed at curbing the $2.9 billion seniors lose each year to financial scams

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CNBC: House passes bill aimed at curbing the $2.9 billion seniors lose each year to financial scams By Logan Williamson Older Americans lose an estimated $2.9 billion per year to financial scams. The House of Representatives is moving forward with an initiative aimed at helping stem those losses. On Wednesday, the chamber passed the Empowering States to Protect Seniors from Bad Actors Act by a vot...

Fox News: Gottheimer, Fitzpatrick urge party leaders to pass 'commonsense' measures that benefit Americans

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Fox News: Gottheimer, Fitzpatrick urge party leaders to pass 'commonsense' measures that benefit Americans As part of the plan, the congressmen urge a delay in the repeal of Title 42 By Kyle Morris A bipartisan pair of congressmen are calling on the Biden administration and their respective leaders in Congress to address seven "commonsense" policy priorities that have received support from both Re...

InsiderNJ: Gottheimer Holds Roundtable With North Jersey Korean American Community and Business Leaders

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InsiderNJ: Gottheimer Holds Roundtable With North Jersey Korean American Community and Business Leaders Discussing Ways to Work Together to Support Small Businesses, Combat Hate, Fight Crimes PARAMUS, NJ (Bergen County) — U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) recently held a roundtable with community and business leaders from the Korean American community in North Jersey to discuss work to suppo...

WRNJ: Gottheimer holds roundtable with North Jersey Korean American community, business leaders

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WRNJ: Gottheimer holds roundtable with North Jersey Korean American community, business leaders By Jay Edwards PARAMUS, NJ (Bergen County) — U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) recently held a roundtable with community and business leaders from the Korean American community in North Jersey to discuss work to support small business, lower taxes, keep communities safe, help make life more afford...