Norpac hosts N.J. congressman
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Norpac hosts N.J. congressman

Moshe and Tammy Greenberg, left, with Congressman Leonard Lance. (Courtesy Norpac)
Moshe and Tammy Greenberg, left, with Congressman Leonard Lance. (Courtesy Norpac)

On August 12, Tammy and Moshe Greenberg hosted a Norpac pro-Israel meeting in support of New Jersey Congressman Leonard Lance (R-Dist. 7) at their Teaneck home. Leonard Lance is on the House Energy and Commerce Committee and is vice chair of the subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade. He is a co-chair of the House Republican Israel Caucus for the 114th Congress.

At the meeting, Mr. Lance discussed his record on United States-Israel relations and on working on bipartisan issues. He is a member of the House Problem Solvers Caucus, a bipartisan group made up equally of Democratic and Republican members; New Jersey Congressman Josh Gottheimer (D-Dist. 5) also is part of that group. Mr. Lance was one of the first co-sponsors of the U.S.-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2018, guaranteeing a minimum $3.3 billion to Israel. He also was an early co-sponsor of the anti-BDS bill Israel Anti-Boycott Act, which protects American businesses from pressure by international organizations to boycott Israel.

Mr. Lance is running for his sixth term in November.

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