“Small businesses are vital to our economy. New Jersey alone is home to over 800,000 small businesses, which are responsible for half of the jobs in the state. Without smart policies, these small businesses simply cannot survive in capital-intensive industries such as telecommunications,” said Congressman Pallone.
“We are disappointed with the draft of the Data Security and Breach Notification Act released by Reps.
“This is great news because it shows that the biosimilars approval process is working,” said Congressman Pallone. “Zarxio has been found to be safe and effective and should provide competition and lower costs to this class of biotech drug. It has taken a long time to reach this point, but this is undoubtedly a good day for both patients and our health care system as a whole.”
“Recent recalls demonstrate that more needs to be done to keep our roads safe. This bill takes a first step by getting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) the information, resources, and authorities needed to protect consumers from vehicle safety defects,” said Pallone. “The bill also takes further important steps, including empowering consumers with more information, e
“I applaud the President for rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline legislation.
“We agree that America’s energy picture is changing rapidly and that we need to update and modernize our energy infrastructure immediately. Right now, thanks to President Obama’s and the Democrats in Congress’ energy policies, our country is experiencing record energy surpluses, significant reductions in demand, and prices at the pump that have fallen nearly 50 percent over the past few months
“I am extremely concerned about the increasing frequency and sophistication of these types of attacks and the threat that they pose to the privacy of all Americans. This may be the largest breach of a health care company to date, and, while I take each and every breach seriously, I am especially concerned by the scope of this breach and the sensitivity of the information accessed. I am encour
Over the past five years, the dollar value of new subprime loans has doubled.