NJ Environment at Risk and Rodney Frelinghuysen Needs to Act.
On June 9, BlueWave NJ, Clean Water Action, and 27 other NJ civic and environmental groups delivered a powerful, collective plea to Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen to meet to discuss the Trump Administration’s devastating proposed cuts to the EPA—and NJDEP in particular.
President and Co-founder of BlueWaveNJ
Democrats, progressives, independents and responsible Republicans have the opportunity this year to replace the destructive, profoundly unfair policies of Gov. Chris Christie with an agenda led by a strong, progressive leader.
Under the GOP Health Care Plan, 23 million real people could lose health coverage. These are their stories. Part 1
Adam Foye, 16, is a bright, articulate student with a great future But he was born with a muscle disease and will require nursing support to go to college. Medicaid will help, but will it last?
Below is a video from the BlueWaveNJ April 22nd Earth Day rally.
The Freedom Caucus is now officially behind the AHCA as amended largely by NJ Rep. Tom MacArthur. The amended bill allows states to opt out of providing protections to people with pre-existing conditions and leaves repeal of the Medicaid expansion and further deep cuts to Medicaid untouched.
BlueWaveNJ Hosts the ACLU
Call the ACLU! That’s exactly what the BlueWaveNJ Civil and Constitutional Rights Committee did when it wanted to hear from the experts about civil liberties threats in the age of Trump, and what BlueWaveNJ, the ACLU, and all of us can do about it.
Find Out What BlueWaveNJ Issue Committees have been up to with our latest newsletter!
The independent Congressional Budget Organization estimates that 14 million Americans will be uninsured by 2018, 21 million by 2020 and 24 million by 2026. Insurers will be allowed to charge five time more for older enrollees than younger ones, substantially raising premiums for older people.
An update on what the BlueWaveNJ Issue Committees have been accomplishing.
BlueWaveNJ Statement on Montclair Town Council Resolution
On Tuesday night, Montclair's town council passed resolution R-17-024, affirming the township's embrace of diverse individuals and families, as well as Montclair’s policy of enforcing the law equally, regardless of a resident's federal immigration status.