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State Troopers Fraternal Association of New Jersey Endorses Chris Smith for Re-Election

Citing Smith’s Consistent Support of Law Enforcement and Steadfast Opposition to “Defunding the Police” Monmouth County, NJ – Today, the State Troopers Fraternal Association of New Jersey (STFA)–which represents over 1800 officers across the state–announced their full endorsement of Congressman Chris Smith for re-election in the Fourth Congressional District. “We remain grateful for the leadership,…

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Smith pushes to bolster U.S. supply of baby formula 

WASHINGTON—Amid the alarming shortage of baby formula gripping the nation, Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) this week pushed for new legislation—the Formula Act of 2022 (H.R. 7718)—intended to bolster the U.S. infant formula supply and help strengthen its resilience to supply chain disruptions to prevent a future crisis. “As millions of American families scramble to feed their infants, President…

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Rep. Chris Smith: Overturning Roe would allow long overdue debate on abortion

By CNA Staff Washington, D.C. Newsroom, May 6, 2022 / 15:24 pm U.S. Rep. Chris Smith said Thursday that overturning the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion nationwide would signal a “new phase” — not the culmination — of pro-life efforts to protect the unborn. “This is a new phase. It’s…

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Chris Smith: Will Supreme Court empower lawmakers to protect weakest and most vulnerable?

The leak of Justice Alito’s February draft opinion on Dobbs is an egregious abuse of process and trust. That said, the U.S. Supreme Court seems poised to take a powerful step towards empowering elected representatives to protect the weakest and most vulnerable. We are at the tipping point. A new national debate on abortion has…

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Point Boro Marine discharged for refusing COVID vaccine backs reinstatement legislation

In January, Bill Borowsky Jr. was discharged from the Marine Corps for refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccination. Now the lifelong Point Pleasant resident is supporting a bill introduced by Republican U.S. Rep. Chris Smith that would require reinstatement of service members who opted not to be vaccinated. The bill (H.R. 7570) seeks “to establish certain protections…

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Exclusive: GOP Rep. Chris Smith Introduces Bill Requiring Military to Reinstate Troops Discharged over Vaccine

KRISTINA WONG 26 Apr 2022 Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) introduced a bill this week that would require military leaders to reinstate service members who were discharged for not complying with the Biden administration’s coronavirus vaccine mandate but wish to return, Breitbart News has learned exclusively. Smith, who has served as chairman of the House Veterans Affairs…

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Smith pushes to block Biden’s ‘outrageous’ decision to cancel Title 42 immigration policy implemented by Trump

            Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) this week pushed to block President Biden’s “outrageous” decision to cancel Title 42—the immigration policy invoked by the Trump Administration to help mitigate the unprecedented surge in illegal border crossings. To address this, Smith has co-sponsored legislation—H.R. 7359—that would extend Title 42 in order to combat…

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Smith pushes quick prosecution of apparent Russian war crimes

WASHINGTON – A New Jersey congressman called for prosecuting Russian President Vladimir Putin and other officials for war crimes immediately during a meeting with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal. Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., said that during the 90-minute session April 21 attended by about eight Democratic and Republican Congress members that Russia’s actions since its…

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Putin the war criminal: It’s time to investigate his brutality

By Chris Smith and Tony Perkins Chris Smith represents the 4th Congressional District of New Jersey. Tony Perkins is President of Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Washington Times on March 31, 2022. The sign is written in Russian. It contains one word: “Children.” It was painted on both of the parking lots surrounding a…

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