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ENG: Frank Raleigh Lautenberg (born January 23, 1924) is the senior United States Senator from New Jersey and a member of the Democratic Party. Previously, he was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. At age 87, he is currently the oldest serving member of the Senate. He is one of only two current Senators to have returned to the Senate after having retired from the Senate; the other being Senator Dan Coats of Indiana. Early life Lautenberg was born in Paterson, New Jersey, to Sam and Mollie Lautenberg, impoverished Jewish immigrants from Poland and Russia who had arrived in the United States as infants. When Lautenberg was 19, his father, Sam, who worked in silk mills, sold coal, farmed and once ran a tavern, died of cancer. Frank Lautenberg ...
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Frank Lautenberg: Suspend aid to Pakistan


Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) said Monday that Congress needs more information about Pakistan’s “commitment to fight against terrorism” before lawmakers again send billions of dollars in aid to the country where Osama bin Laden was found and killed. “This tremendous milestone in the fight against terrorism also raises serious questions about Pakistan’s commitment to that effort,” said Lautenberg. “The ability of Osama bin Laden to live in a compound so close to Pakistan’s capital is astounding – and we need to understand who knew his ...


Why We Must Ban High-Capacity Gun Magazines


We were honored last week to join James and Sarah Brady as they marked the 30th anniversary of a tragic moment in history - the shooting of President Reagan. James Brady, who took one of the bullets meant for the president, has since dedicated his life to preventing gun violence. It was in his name that Congress came together to pass the Brady law to require a background check for gun purchases. It is time for Congress to come together once again to eliminate senseless violence and save lives. We're determined to ban high-capacity gun magazines like the one Jared Lee Loughner allegedly ...


Lautenberg: Republicans “don’t deserve the freedoms...


Actually, it’s difficult to hear Senator Frank Lautenberg’s patronizing follow-up, because the right-to-life counterprotestors taping his remarks reacted vocally to the idea that an elected official would divide up Constitutional freedoms based on whether people “deserve” them or not. His allowance that he’d give those freedoms to Tea Partiers despite their political views might be even more offensive than his initial remark on Tuesday, as he addressed a Planned Parenthood demonstration: … The Republicans in Congress claim they’re concerned about the ...


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Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in New Jersey Douglas Forrester and Congressman Frank LoBiondo talk November 1, 2002 in Ventnor, New Jersey. Forrester is on a statewide campaign blitz as the Novmber 5 election approaches.
Meet the judicial renegade overseeing Sen. Menendez's trial
Passing references to Agatha Christie novels, a nod to a carrot-based stew served during Jewish holidays, and an "old Mesopotamian" adage on herding cats have managed to shine through the federal corruption trial against Sen. Bob Menendez through an unconventional source: an 84-year-old federal judge. Through self-described daily "homilies," akin to a first-year law school class with a cantankerous professor, Judge William H. Walls' one-man show holds the courtroom captive as he spars with lawyers trying to get a word in before he erupts -- in either laughter or fury.



 
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