Toms River, New Jersey—Congressman Tom MacArthur held two ceremonies this week honoring the Greatest Generation. 21 South Jersey World War II veterans were recognized in Toms River and Medford. Private Jack Mascola of Toms River and Sergeant Arthur Goldschmidt of Moorestown spoke on behalf of the veterans in attendance. Both men are U.S. Army veterans.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Congressman Tom MacArthur’s bill to provide funding for the operation and maintenance of the 9/11 memorial in New York City passed through the House of Representatives today. Until now, the memorial has been funded with private donations. The memorial honors the victims of September 11th and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
Toms River, New Jersey- Congressman Tom MacArthur spoke with FEMA Administrator Brock Long earlier this week regarding last month’s flooding in Brick. More than 100 homes were evacuated and most of the victims are seniors, who are still recovering from the storm.
Burlington, New Jersey- Congressman Tom MacArthur held a press conference today to discuss a grant awarded to the Riverfront Coalition to assist with their efforts to combat the opioid crisis. The Riverfront Coalition was awarded $125,000 through the Drug-Free Communities Support Program.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congressman Tom MacArthur was selected as the Republican recipient of the International Franchise Association (IFA)’s Legislator of the Year award. This bipartisan award is given to a Republican and Democrat who support a pro-franchising, pro-business agenda and work across party lines to support franchise and small businesses.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Congressman Tom MacArthur’s bill, the 9/11 Memorial Act, passed through the House Natural Resources Committee today. MacArthur’s bill will authorize a competitive grant to help secure the memorial site and honor the victims of September 11th and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.