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December 2010
The Star Ledger: Senate approves up to $230 per month deduction for commuters

It’s not just millionaires who stand to gain from an extension of the so-called Bush-era tax cuts. Tucked into the tax cut bill, which passed its first hurdle in the Senate today, is a provision that would allow thousands of New Jersey Transit bus and train riders to save hundreds of dollars a year on their commuting costs.

November 2010
Asbury Park Press: NJ biotech firms get tax credits

SOUTH PLAINFIELD — U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., announced Monday that 133 small New Jersey biotech companies would be receiving more than $53 million in federal tax credits and grants.

June 2010
Politico: Republican Party rejects liability cap bill again

Democrats attempted Thursday to create unlimited liability for oil companies, and for the fourth time since the Gulf crisis began, Republicans objected.

The Jersey Journal: Menendez calls on feds for early protection plan if oil spill in Gulf spreads up Eastern seaboard

The Hudson River served as backdrop yesterday as U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez held a press conference at Liberty State Park in Jersey City to press for proactive measures to protect East Coast shores from oil flowing into the Atlantic from the BP oil rig disaster in the Gulf.

Star Ledger : It's time to protect consumers, rein in Wall Street
Gannett Washington Bureau : Menendez pushes bill as Obama meets with BP

Sen. Robert Menendez is asking Congress to lift the liability cap on economic damages from oil spills, even as President Barack Obama presses BP to commit billions to compensate individuals and businesses hurt by the massive Gulf of Mexico spill.

Star Ledger : Polluter must pay: Congress should lift the oil spill liability cap

Now that it's obvious BP wasn't prepared for a worst-case scenario with its deepwater drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, the massive cleanup effort comes down to two questions:

CBS 3 : Obama Signs Measure To Honor Fallen Marine From NJ
The Record : Obama signs bill renaming Westwood post office for fallen Marine Sgt. Hrbek

Washington is taking action to rename two North Jersey post offices after fallen members of the military.

Houston Chronicle: How much does your airline ticket really cost?

How much does your airline ticket really cost?

Shorenews.com : Senator Menendez: Offshore drilling is a threat to Jersey Shore

Sen. Robert Menendez picked the Ocean City boardwalk last Thursday to voice his opposition to offshore drilling near the Mid Atlantic coast, saying it would destroy the $50 billion tourism industry at the Jersey Shore.

The Jersey Journal : North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue opens new firehouse on Kennedy Boulevard in Union City

UNION CITY - North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue celebrated the opening of its new firehouse yesterday morning at 4300 Kennedy Blvd.

New York Times: Democrats Push to Eliminate Liability Cap

Senate Democrats are pressing forward with legislation that would eliminate the legal cap on BP's liability for economic damage caused by the oil spill.

The Jersey Journal : Senator Menendez in Hoboken to support legislation to close tax loopholes used by biggest U.S. oil companies

HOBOKEN - Speaking across the street from the BP gas station at Park Avenue and 14th Street yesterday, U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez announced proposed legislation that would close tax loopholes for the largest U.S. oil companies.

Press of Atlantic City : Area clinic network receives funds for electronic records

A network of clinics that treat uninsured and low-income patients in southern New Jersey has been awarded $3 million in federal money to invest in electronic medical record technology.

Huffington Post: White House Endorses Unlimited Liability Cap For Oil Spillers

Democrats in Congress and officials in the White House are making yet another major push to pass legislation to make the liability for oil companies involved in damaging spills unlimited.

Hudson Reporter.com: Menendez rails in front of Hoboken BP station

HOBOKEN AND BEYOND -- U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez stood across the street from a BP gas station in Hoboken this afternoon to highlight legislation that he says will close a number of loopholes that allow oil companies to avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes.

The Washington Post: Airline fees: The Navigator asks the $7.8 billion question

How much does your airline ticket really cost?

KYW: NJ's Sen. Menendez Criticizes Caps on Oil Spill Cleanup Costs

New Jersey US Senator Robert Menendez is calling for an end to liability caps against oil companies responsible for spills like the current crisis in the Gulf of Mexico.

Cape May County Herald : Bill Would Make Oil Companies Responsible for Economic Damage of Spill

OCEAN CITY - U.S. Senators Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) and Bill Nelson (D-FL) introduced legislation to ensure that oil companies are not allowed off the hook when it comes to paying for economic damages as a result of spills.

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