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Jon Runyan made his first run for office less than two years ago to help fix a broken system in Washington.

Today, he's working with common sense people in both parties to do just that.

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Two Shore congressmen are proposing changes to the National Flood Insurance Program that could ease payments for homeowners by spreading out cost increases over eight years. Reps. Frank LoBiondo and Jon Runyan, both R-N.J., said Monday that they introduced legislation that extends planned 25 percent annual increases over the next four years to eight years, [...]

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With their backs up against the seawall at the end of Brigantine Avenue, U.S. Reps. Frank LoBiondo and Jon Runyan announced they were introducing legislation that would ease some of the burden from the planned whopper of a rate increase to fund the once-hemorrhaging national Flood Insurance program. Read more here: In Brigantine, U.S. Reps [...]

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From the Star Ledger/NJ.com: “We need to work with our shared constituents to obtain all the necessary easements and get this project as soon as possible,” Runyan wrote in the letter. The project, which would strengthen berms and dunes along the beachfront from Point Pleasant Beach to Island Beach State Park, was approved by Congress [...]

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New Jersey’s entire congressional delegation is rallying to help Burlington County’s mega-base land the Air Force’s newest refueling tankers… In advance of the inspection team’s visit, Rep. Jon Runyan, R-3rd of Mount Laurel, penned a letter signed by the entire New Jersey delegation to both the secretary and chief of state of the Air Force, [...]

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