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  • Menendez: The Affordable Care Act is Working for New Jersey

    In an event marking the 2nd anniversary of Affordable Care Act, U.S. Senator Robert Menendez today joined health care leaders and local residents who are seeing its real benefits in their own lives.  The event was held at the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at HackensackUMC. 

  • Rep. Maloney, Sen. Menendez Mark 40th Anniversary of Passage of Equal Rights Amendment with Renewed Call for Constitutional Protection of Women

    Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) and Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) today marked the 40th Anniversary of the original passage of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) with renewed calls for support of the measure, which they introduced in the current Congress.

     

  • Hoboken Train Station Presser on Senate Transit Bill

    Senator Menendez joined Secretary LaHood, Sen. Lautenberg, Rep. Sires and others at the Hoboken Train Station to call on the House to pass the bipartisan Senate Surface Transportation bill. This transportation bill – which is set to expire at the end of March - is really a jobs bill that will create or save more than 54,000 jobs in New Jersey. It’s time to pass the bill, put New Jerseyans back to work, and repair our aging infrastructure.

  • The Third Annual Women of Distinction Awards (Jersey City, NJ)

    Senator Robert Menendez held the Third Annual Women of Distinction Awards to celebrate Women's History Month, honor New Jersey's pioneering women, and honor his mother. The Evangelina Menendez Trailblazer Award, named after the Senator's late mother, was awarded to six women who have blazed trails in their own fields. The honorees were Colonel Terese Bernadette Acocella, Jeanne M. DelColle, Linda Walder Fiddle, Esq., Katherine Grant-Davis, Esperanza Porras-Field, and Phyllis Salowe-Kaye. The keynote address was given by the administrator of the Enviornmental Protection Agency, Lisa P. Jackson, and the mistress of ceremonies was April Woodward.

  • Senator Unveils Proposals to Close the Skills Gap (Bergen, NJ)

    Senator Menendez held a press conference at Bergen County Community College to announce a set of proposals to meet the call for a national commitment to prepare workers for 21st Century jobs. The focus was on closing the skills gap and connecting workers with jobs in demand. The Senator was joined by Martin Devaney, Crestron Senior Director of Human Resources; Dr. Jose A. Adames, Interim President of Bergen County Community College; Sandra Sroka, Interim Dean, School of Continuing Education Corporate and Public Sector Training; Tammy Molinelli, Executive Director or Bergen County Workforce Investment Board at County of Bergen; and Oscar De Los Reyes, a Crestron employee who completed the training program.

  • Camden County College Jobs Presser

    U.S. Senator Robert Menendez announced a set of proposals today at Camden County College. The proposals are designed to help close the gap created by jobs that are available, but cannot be filled due to lack of workers with the necessary specialized skills.

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