WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, Congressman Tom MacArthur released a statement following the passage of his bill to extend the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) through Friday, December 7, giving Congress additional time to find a long-term solution. Without MacArthur's bill, the NFIP would otherwise lapse tomorrow, November 30 at midnight.
Toms River, New Jersey—Today Congressman Tom MacArthur released a statement following President Trump's comments regarding birthright citizenship:
Toms River, New Jersey—Congressman Tom MacArthur released the following statement on this morning’s shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh:
Toms River, New Jersey—The Small Business Administration (SBA) announced it will offer low-interest SBA disaster loans to Brick residents affected by the August floods. This disaster assistance will be available to businesses, private nonprofit organizations, and individuals who suffered damaged or destroyed property, equipment, or real estate.
Toms River, New Jersey—Congressman Tom MacArthur released the following statement on the arrest of a suspect linked to the suspicious packages sent to public officials:
The most significant congressional action against a single drug crisis in history
More than 50 Mt. Laurel Jobs, Hundreds More Throughout the Country Protected Due to MacArthur's Advocacy
Mount Laurel, New Jersey—Yesterday afternoon, Congressman Tom MacArthur joined PMC Group leadership and Councilman Irwin Edelson to discuss their successful advocacy to prevent a tariff that would severely impact this local company.
Legislation Supported by School Safety Advocate Andrew Pollack
Toms River, New Jersey—Congressman Tom MacArthur introduced two bills and is working on another to help local schools, students, and law enforcement officials address community and school safety concerns.
Toms River, New Jersey—Two of Congressman Tom MacArthur’s top priorities since his first day in office were signed into law by the president.
Toms River, New Jersey—Today Congressman Tom MacArthur announced $469,000 in grant funding for the Township of Brick to assist with ongoing efforts to improve school safety measures. The money was awarded through the COPS Office School Violence Prevention Program authorized by the STOP School Violence Act, a bipartisan bill cosponsored by Rep. MacArthur.