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Rep. Smith:NJ Guard deployed at Capitol sickened by bad food

Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) today asked the Speaker of the House to investigate and take immediate action on credible reports of tainted food that has made several National Guard members sick, including at least 30 from New Jersey. “This is outrageous,” Smith said. “The women and men deployed here from New Jersey and elsewhere to protect the ... READ MORE Times article on Smith efforts on food problems for troops'Tainted food sickened N.J. Guard troops patrolling Capitol, lawmaker says.'

By Jonathan D. Salant | NJ Advance Media for Members of the New Jersey National Guard deployed to the nation’s capital following the Jan. 6 insurrection were sickened by tainted food, according to Rep. Chris Smith, who has asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to investigate. Smith, R-4th Dist., said at least 30 New Jerseyans got sick ... READ MORE

Remarks during House debate on COVID-19 appropriations bill

Excerpts of remarks by Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) in the House of Representatives during debate on COVID-19 appropriations bill—February 26, 2021: An analysis by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget shows that approximately $1 trillion of previously appropriated COVID-19 relief funds have not been spent. Let me say that again, Mada... READ MORE

World’s leading cause of death, cardiovascular disease significantly increases risks of COVID-19Reps. Smith and Beatty introduce legislation to recognize February as American Heart Month

Bipartisan congressional legislation recognizing February as American Heart Month is designed to bring greater awareness to the cardiovascular public health crisis and reaffirm the commitment of the United States to combat heart disease throughout the year. Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), co-chair of the Congressional Heart and Stroke Coalition... READ MORE

Ocean Star story on Smith, US Army Corps of Engineers, local officials'Officials meet to discuss Bay Head beach erosion' 'Mayor met with state, county and federal leaders following Winter Storm Orlena'

BY KAYLA MARSH of THE OCEAN STAR — Significant damage to the borough beachfront caused by recent winter storms has brought together officials across all sectors of government to find solutions to help bring some relief to the impacted area. Mayor William Curtis recently met with Congressman Chris Smith [R-04], U.S. Army Corps of Engineers... READ MORE