Congressman Leonard Lance has sponsored 10 legislative: Breast Cancer Patient Education Act of 2013 (H.R. 1984), introduced on 15 May 2013 and later referred to the House Subcommittee Health on 17 May 2013; Oilheat Efficiency, Renewable Fuel Research and Jobs Training Act of 2013 (H.R. 1985),introduced on 15 May 2013 and later referred to the House Subcomittee, Energy and Power on 17 May 2013; Food and Drug Administration Safety Over Sequestration Act of ...
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...f contribution. Chubb Corp is the 8th largest property and casualty insurance. Celgene Corp, is a biotechnology company that manufactures drug therapies. Republican Mainstreet Partnership, promotes leadership in the Republican Party and advocate for pragmatic common sense solutions to the challenges our country faces. PSEG, later renamed Public Service Electric and Gas Company, is a publicly traded diversified energy company headquartered in Newark, New Jersey. And Lastly, American Dental Association,, is professional association for those in Dental practices. With the legislative he has supported you can see a basic connection between the top 5 contributors and some of the legislative. As with being with a powerful committee, Lance has indeed played a greater role in protecting and expanding jobs in New Jersey’s energy, life sciences and telecommunication sectors.
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