Representative Christopher 'Chris' H. Smith's Public Statements

Biographical

Full Name: Christopher 'Chris' H. Smith
Current Office: U.S. House - District 4, Republican
First Elected: 11/04/1980
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House - District 4
General Nov. 4, 2014
Primary June 3, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Marie; 4 Children
Birth Date: 03/04/1953
Birth Place: Rahway, NJ
Home City: Robbinsville, NJ
Religion: Roman Catholic
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Issue Position: Human Rights Issue Position: Health Care Issue Position: Environment Issue Position: Veterans 6/30/14 Supreme Court Issues Obamacare a Historic Defeat in Favor of Religious Liberty 6/26/14 Smith Introduces Torture Victims Relief Bill on Int'l Day to Honor Victims 6/25/14 Human Rights Abuses and Crimes Against Humanity in North Korea 6/24/14 House Passes Smith-Doyle Autism Bill 6/24/14 Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education. and Support Act of 2014 6/24/14 Smith's Autism Bill Passes House 6/24/14 Smith Int'l Child Abduction Bill Advances in Senate 6/23/14 The Courage of One Woman: Meriam Ibrahim Free 6/20/14 2014 Trafficking Report Released: Smith Law Holds Countries Accountable on Efforts to Fight Human Trafficking 6/19/14 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Ensuring Religious Minorities are Protected 6/13/14 The Ongoing Struggle Against Boko Haram 6/13/14 Effective Accountability for Countries of Particular Concern 6/12/14 Terrorist Activity 6/12/14 Ongoing Struggle Against Boko Haram 6/08/14 Smith in Nigeria on Human Rights Trip 6/06/14 Remembering D-Day 6/04/14 Washington Examiner - Bill Angles to Address Sex Trafficking's Relationship to Prostitution 6/03/14 Letter to Kenneth Mizrach, Director of the VA New Jersey Health Care System- Demanding Answers About VA Facilities that Treat NJ Vets 6/02/14 Letter to Harry Reid, Senate Majority Leader - Bring the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act to a Vote 5/31/14 Smith Comments on Announcement of VA Secretary's Resignation 5/30/14 Syrian War Crimes Tribunal Bill OK'ed by Key House Committee 5/28/14 Smith's Autism Bill Passes House Panel 5/28/14 Urging China to Respect the Freedom of Assembly, Expression, and Religion and All Fundamental Human Rights and the Rule of Law 5/28/14 International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 Amendment 5/28/14 Smith's China Resolution Passes House 5/28/14 Venezuelan Human Rights and Democracy Protection Act 5/21/14 Cong. Smith Votes for VA Accountability 5/20/14 Condemning the Abduction of Female Students by Boko Haram 5/20/14 Int'l Megan's Law Passed by House 5/20/14 Latest Threats to Religious Freedoms Around the World Topic of House Human Rights Hearing May 22 5/20/14 International Megan's Law to Prevent Demand for Child Sex Trafficking 5/15/14 Smith Condemns Death Sentence of Sudan Woman for Her Faith 5/12/14 Smith Introduces the Combating Autism Reauthorization Act of 2014 5/09/14 Smith's International Megan's Law Clears Major Committee Hurdle 5/08/14 Letter to Shaun Donovan, Secretary of the Departing of Housing and Urban Development -- Diversion of Sandy Funds 5/08/14 Members of Congress Introduce Bipartisan Resolution Condemning the Abduction of School Girls in Nigeria 5/08/14 HUD Secretary Meets with Smith, N.J. Delegation on Concerns of Homeowners Victimized by Sandy 5/08/14 Establishing Select Committee on Benghazi 5/07/14 Electrify Africa Act of 2014 5/06/14 Smith Urges Nigerian & U.S. Gov'ts to Step Up the Fight Against the Terror Group Boko Haram 5/05/14 Pallone and New Jersey Congressional Delegation Members Call on EPA to Restore Coastal Helicopter Monitoring 5/02/14 Smith Introduces the PACE Pilot Act 5/01/14 Crisis in the Central African Republic 4/23/14 Army Corps of Engineers Completes Project to Restore Beaches from Manasquan to Belmar 4/19/14 Trenton Firefighters Gather to Thank Smith for Grants that Protected Jobs 4/18/14 Letter to Joseph Kabila Kabange, President, and Augustin Matata Ponyo, Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo - End Delays in US Adoptions from Democratic Republic of Congo