Lance Votes Trump's Positions: 93.6%!
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- WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE -
Jan 2017: Lance & Frelinghuysen Back Anti-Abortion Bill
About 115 women from the 11th District from a new, grassroots, non-partisan group calling itself “New Jersey 11th for Change” have gone to Frelinghuysen’s office for the last three Fridays but have yet to meet with the congressman who is among the most powerful members of Congress as chairman of the House Appropriations Committee.
- CIVIL LIBERTIES -
Jan 2017: Immigration Ban
Leonard Lance said, “The Trump administration has every right to be concerned about the safety and security of the American people. And while I do support increased vetting of individuals applying to travel from countries with extensive terrorist ties or activity, the President’s current travel ban executive order appears rushed and poorly implemented.”
Lance said denial of entry into the U.S. of green card holders and those who assisted the U.S. in anti-terror activities being denied or delayed entry into the U.S. “is deeply concerning and must be remedied immediately.”
"It is Congress' role to amend our immigration laws and I strongly urge President Trump to work with legislators to enact a clear, effective, and enhanced vetting and monitoring process," Lance said.
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- NOMINATIONS -
Jan 2017: Lance Statement on Judge Gorsuch's Nomination to the US Supreme Court
"Neil Gorsuch is a thoughtful and qualified choice to replace the great Justic Antonin Scalia. Judge Gorsuch is a mainstsream conservative who I am confident will be confirmed by the US Senate to the Nation's highest court."
Feb 2017: Reps. Zeldin, Roskam, Lance, and Lamborn Introduce Iran Nonnuclear Sanctions Act of 2017Congressman Zeldin (R – NY-1), member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, joined with Roskam (R, IL-6), Lance (R, NJ-7), and Lamborn (R, CO-5), co-chairs of the House Republican Israel Caucus, introduce the Iran Nonnuclear Sanctions Act of 2017 (H.R.808), which targets the Islamic Republic’s support for terrorism, human rights abuses, and ballistic missile program, and restores sanctions to hold Iran accountable. Introduction of this bill comes days after U.S. officials reported that Iran carried out a medium-range ballistic missile test in violation of a United Nations Security Council resolution. “Iran’s latest ballistic missile test was again in total disregard and violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions and international law. For too long Iran has been under the impression that it can test missiles, finance terrorism and abuse its own people without ramifications. I am pleased President Trump took this action. Iran needs to get the message that its provocations will not go unanswered,” said Lance.
HOUSE overturns Social Security Regulation that would submit persons with mental illness to automatic background checks, 235-180, supported by Frelinghuysen, Lance, LoBiondo, MacArthur, and Smith. Gottheimer, Norcross, Pallone, Pascrell, Payne, Sires, and Watson-Colman voted to keep regulation and instant background checks for Social Security recipients with mental illness intact.