In The News
Congressman LoBiondo talks to NJ TV about his new legislation to allow veterans to receive care at either VA or non-VA facilities.
At the American Legion in Millville, LoBiondo announced his new legislation to expand veterans' access to healthcare locally.
Amid allegations that VA facilities nationwide delayed care for veterans and falsified records, LoBiondo announced he is introducing legislation to allow veterans to go to non-VA facilities for their healthcare at their choosing.
LoBiondo joins U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Papp to announce that Cape May County will be designated a "Coast Guard Community," allowing for marketing benefits as well as helping to prevent future attempts to close the base.
LoBiondo, former Chairman of the House Coast Guard & Maritime Transportation Subcommittee, joined U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Papp in announcing that Cape May County will be designated a "Coast Guard Community" later this summer.
Congressman LoBiondo leads the effort in the House to extend unemployment benefits.
During a visit to Pleasantville, LoBiondo pushes for a temporary extension of unemployment benefits to assist South Jersey residents looking for work.
The Sandpaper looks back at how LoBiondo and Runyan continue to focus on what's right for South Jersey.
The Burlington County Times agrees with LoBiondo's efforts to extend unemployment benefits temporarily.
LoBiondo sponsored his 11th enrollment clinic for South Jersey veterans to help facilitate their access to healthcare and other benefits owed to them.