Drug Shortages and Pediatric Care

At hospitals throughout New Jersey—particularly our children’s hospitals—shortages of basic and extraordinarily vital medications are cropping up at an alarming rate. In the case of Bactrim, the situation is all the more dire; winter is just around the corner, one of the prime times during the year for contracting pneumonia.

Gov. Reports Utilities Are Making Progress In Restoring Power

TRENTON–As of this afternoon, 82 percent of total affected utility customers have had their power restored, with 95 percent of restorations still projected to be met by midnight Thursday, Gov. Chris Christie reported after his conference call with Board of Public Utilities President Lee Solomon, PSEG President and CEO Ralph LaRossa, and JCP&L President Don Lynch.

Trickle Down Tax Cuts: A Broken Record

I’m one of those “job creators” members of Congress profess to admire so much. Thirty-two years ago, my partner and I started a small business with $300 worth of old records and a booth at the local farmers market. We’re now the biggest independent music store in St. Louis and employ 22 people. Our annual revenue is around $2 million. We’re a classic American success story.