In The News
The Editorial Board of the Press of Atlantic City praised LoBiondo's efforts for working to find a responsible fix to the flood insurance premium increases facing the Jersey Shore.
As Chairman of the Aviation Subcommittee, LoBiondo convened a field hearing at the FAA Technical Center to discuss NEXTGEN and the safe integration of unmanned aerial systems (UAS).
LoBiondo convenes a field hearing of the Aviation Subcommittee at the FAA Technical Center to explore the safe integration of commercial unmanned aerial systems in the nation's air space.
After a strong 306-91 vote in the House, LoBiondo joined Mike Schneider to talk about the bipartisan flood insurance legislation he helped author.
Based on previous budget proposals, LoBiondo raises concerns about what the Obama Administration may have planned for the U.S. Coast Guard.
Facing new restrictions, LoBiondo seeks answers on fishing quotas for critical industry in the state.
LoBiondo successfully gets the IRS to backtrack from planned efforts to reclassify volunteer firefighters as employees under Obamacare.
LoBiondo, chairman of the House Aviation Subcommittee, talks about the great economic potential that being named as one of the six national test sites for unmanned aerial systems holds.
"We agree with LoBiondo that the test designation is positive news. The consortium also includes Rutgers University and Virginia Tech. Flights will start within 180 days, and last through early 2017. As the congressman notes, if everything works out, South Jersey could be in a lead spot to host what is expected to be a commercial unmanned aircraft industry worth tens of billions of dollars."
LoBiondo praises announcement by the Federal Aviation Administration that New Jersey, in partnership with Virginia, has been selected as one of six national test sites for commercial unmanned aerial systems.