Gottheimer discusses issues from his first 100 days in Congress

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"I don't vote party line. I know my party gets frustrated with me about this, but because I consider myself independent this way, I actually like to look at how this might affect us here. That might mean not pulling the lever the way everybody on my side wants me to pull the lever."

How Trump Can Break the Gridlock

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If the White House gets serious about this approach, it won’t need to start from scratch. Thirty-six representatives, evenly balanced between Democrats and Republicans, have formed the independent Problem Solvers Caucus, co-chaired by New Jersey Democrat Josh Gottheimer and New York Republican Tom Reed.

Health-care bill sells out New Jersey's seniors

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As Congress considers major changes to the ACA, it risks throwing the baby out with the bath water. I’m concerned that seniors in New Jersey may be left in the cold and that our state will face higher costs and taxes.

Grand opening of Newton VA clinic

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NJ Herald: Grand opening of Newton VA clinic NEWTON -- It was a long-awaited milestone, with many hiccups along the way, but the ribbon was officially cut on Monday morning for the Veterans Affairs New Jersey Healthcare System Sussex Community-Based Outpatient Clinic in Newton. It was a "day of celebration," said U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ), who attended among scores of people that included Co...

Take Five: Josh Gottheimer

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Roll Call: Take Five: Josh Gottheimer Freshman Democratic Rep. Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey, 41, talks about working as a White House speechwriter, connecting with his children long-distance, and being a Bruce Springsteen fan. Q: What was it like being a speechwriter for Bill Clinton? A: It was an enormous honor. It was a great front seat on the political and legislative process at a young age. I...

Gottheimer to bring wounded Linden officer to Trump address

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The Record: Gottheimer to bring wounded Linden officer to Trump address MAHWAH — Linden police officer turned hero Angel Padilla is headed to Washington as Rep. Josh Gottheimer’s guest for Tuesday's joint session of Congress. Gottheimer, who represents New Jersey's 5th District, announced his selection Monday while standing in front of the Bergen County Law Enforcement Memorial. Traditionally, eac...