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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2/08/06 Honoring the Contributions of Catholic Schools 2/08/06 Planned Parenthood: Time to Take a Second Look at Child Abuse Inc. 2/01/06 Smith Joins Colleagues in Urging Passage of Holly's Law 2/01/06 Remembering the Holocaust While Fighting Anti-Semitism 1/31/06 Rep. Chris Smith Responds to President Bush's State of the Union Address 1/31/06 Smith Applauds Senate Confirmation of Judge Alito 1/31/06 House Republicans Applaud Alito Confirmation 1/26/06 CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight - Transcript 1/25/06 Smith Criticizes Google for Caving to China's Demand for Internet Censorship 1/17/06 56 Members of Congress Urge EPA to Withdraw Weak Toxic release Inventory Proposal 1/10/06 Smith's Trafficking Victims Protection Act Becomes Law 1/05/06 Smith Hails Signing of Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization 1/03/06 Smith Lauds Risk Based Formula for Homeland Security Grants, says Change will Benefit New Jersey 12/23/05 Smith's Trafficking Victims Protection Act to Become Law 12/17/05 European Parliament Restores Support for Inter-Country Adoption 12/17/05 Congress Passes Smith's Life Saving Cord Blood Bill 12/17/05 Accountability of Those Serving on International Forces and Missions 12/17/05 Stem Cell Therapeutic and Research Act of 2005 12/16/05 Smith's Department of State Bill to Become Law 12/16/05 Reps. Chris Smith, Artur Davis Statement on Senate Passage of Life Saving Cord Blood Bill 12/14/05 Smith Statement on Iraqi Parliamentary Elections 12/14/05 Royce, Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Call for Charles Taylor to be Brought to Justice 12/14/05 Romania's Ban on Intercountry Adoptions 12/14/05 Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2005 12/14/05 To Provide Certain Authorities for the Department of State 12/14/05 Recommending Integration of Croatia into NATO 12/14/05 Urging Russian Federation to Withdraw Legislation Restricting Establishment of Nongovernmental Organizations 12/14/05 Condemning the Laogai 12/14/05 Condemning the Government of Zimbabwe's "Operation Murambatsvina" 12/14/05 Smith's Trafficking Bill Passes House, Waits for Senate Action 12/08/05 Smith's Trafficking Bill Passes Committee, Ready for Final Passage 12/06/05 Riding Roughshod Over Rights in Belarus 12/06/05 House Passes Smith's Torture Victims Relief Reauthorization Act 12/06/05 Torture Victims Relief Reauthorization Act of 2005 12/05/05 Smith: Vietnam Must Improve Human Rights Record for Accession to WTO 12/01/05 Smith to Focus on Human Rights, Trafficking, MIAs During Visit to Vietnam 11/18/05 Coerced Sterilizations in the Czech Republic and Slovakia 11/18/05 Smith Legislation Urges Romania to Immediately Reform Harmful Adoption Policies 11/18/05 Ten Years After Dayton 11/16/05 Sex Selection Abortion in India a Massive Crime 11/15/05 USCIRF Press Conference: Thank You, Father Kim Il Sung 11/15/05 Smith's Human Rights Subcommittee Urges Russia to Protect Religious Freedom 11/08/05 Religious Speech Limitations in Sweden 11/08/05 Smith Welcomes Release of 2005 International Religious Freedom Report 11/07/05 Congressman Smith Urges Inclusion of McCain Amendment in Defense Appropriations Bill 11/03/05 Smith Votes for Individual Freedom, House Passes Private Property Rights Protection Act 11/03/05 Smith Criticizes Ethiopian Government for Violent Response to Protesters 11/01/05 Smith Hearing Focuses on Crisis in Sudan as First Vice-President Visits United States 10/28/05 The Renewed Judicial Assualt on Mikhail Trepashkin 10/28/05 Testimony on Human Rights in Central Asia