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Van Drew Blasts ACHA For Failing Its Residents at Congressional Hearing

May 22, 2024 — Congressman Van Drew’s statement was read into the record at the House Committee on Financial Services hearing entitled Public Housing Oversight (PHA): How Scandals and Mismanagement Harm Residents and Taxpayers. Congressman Van Drew worked with the House Financial Services Committee to orchestrate this hearing and selected Matt Doherty, the Former Executive Director of […]

Van Drew’s Bill Deporting and Detaining Illegal Aliens Passes the House

May 16, 2024 — Congressman Van Drew’s bill, the Detain and Deport Illegal Aliens Who Assault Cops Act, passed through the House of Representatives. This bill is part of a package of bills that have been passed by the House that reinforce immigration law to ensure that any illegal that assaults an American or commits a crime […]

Van Drew Relaunches the Bureau of Prisons Reform Caucus

May 16, 2024 — Representative Van Drew (R-NJ) along with Representative Cartwright (D-PA) announced the relaunch of the bipartisan Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Reform Caucus. Joined by 12 other members of Congress, this caucus is committed to addressing the issues plaguing our federal prison system, such as understaffing, poor working conditions, and staff retention. The BOP Reform […]

Van Drew Introduces Resolution To Condemn President Biden’s Threat to Withhold Aid to Israel

May 13, 2024 — Congressman Van Drew introduced a resolution condemning President Biden’s threat to withhold aid to our ally Israel. On April 23rd, Congress approved a $26.3 billion package of aid and military assistance to be sent to Israel to bolster their defense against the relentless aggression of the terrorist organization, Hamas. Now, President […]

Congressman Van Drew Announces FAA Technical Center to Permanently Remain in South Jersey

April 29, 2024 — Congressman Van Drew announced his support for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Act of 2024 which will be voted on by the House next week. Included in this agreement is Congressman Van Drew’s bill guaranteeing that the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center is written into the U.S. Code and will permanently […]

Van Drew Responds to Atlantic City Housing Authority Claims

April 26, 2024 — Congressman Van Drew addressed claims by the Atlantic City Housing Authority (the Authority) that they tried and failed to schedule a meeting with his office and asked for assistance with Section 8 housing vouchers. Our records indicate no attempt from the Authority to contact our office to discuss the ongoing health and safety crisis […]

Van Drew Stands With Israel

April 14, 2024 — Congressman Van Drew released the following statement emphasizing the need for the United States to stand in absolute support of Israel in the wake of today’s indiscriminate missile attacks by Iran. “Now more than ever the United States must stand in unwavering support with Israel and that support cannot be conditional,” […]

Van Drew Meets with HUD Inspector General

April 12, 2024 — This week, Congressman Van Drew met with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Inspector General (IG) Rae Oliver Davis to discuss their focus on the ongoing health and safety crisis at Stanley Holmes Village. The Office of the Inspector General safeguards HUD’s programs from fraud, waste, and abuse […]

Van Drew Responds to Spirit Airlines Crew Base Leaving Atlantic City Airport

April 9, 2024 — Congressman Van Drew responded to the announcement by Spirit Airlines that they will be closing their crew base in Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) in South Jersey. While it is important to emphasize that daily operations at the airport will remain unaffected with no changes in the flight schedule, the crew […]

Van Drew Introduces Package of Bills to Strengthen Infrastructure

April 8, 2024 — Congressman Van Drew introduced two pieces of legislation — the Bridge Protection Act and the Francis Scott Key Bridge Disaster Taxpayer Reimbursement Resolution — aimed to strengthen America’s infrastructure system and ensure that taxpayers do not bear the burden of disasters caused by private companies. “The collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge is a tragedy that will […]