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  • Congressman Sires met with Cuban human rights and democracy activist Rosa Maria Playa.

    Congressman Sires met with Rosa Maria Playa, a Cuban human rights activist who founded an organization which works to promote free elections in Cuba.
  • Congressman Sires met with President of Argentine’s Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa.

    Congressman Sires discussed ways to further strengthen the US-Argentina relationship with Sergio Massa, President of Argentine’s Chamber of Deputies.
  • Congressman Sires and Members of the Hispanic Caucus Met with the Vice President to Discuss Root Causes of Migration from the Northern Triangle

    Congressman Sires and other members of the Hispanic Caucus met with Vice President Kamala Harris to discuss ways to address the root causes of migration from vulnerable communities in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras.
  • Congressman Sires spoke at the dedication of the Dr. Hollander Room at the Bayonne Veterans Museum.

    Congressman Sires spoke to honor the dedication of the Dr. Milton Hollander Room at the Bayonne Veterans Museum located at the Joyce Herbert Veterans Post 226.
  • Congressman Sires Speaks at Press Conference about Infrastructure Investment in Front of the Capitol

    Congressman Sires spoke at a press conference with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Chairman DeFazio, Congressman Stanton, Congresswoman Holmes-Norton, and several mayors about the need for infrastructure investment.

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Jun 21, 2021 Washington Review

Last week, I voted to make Juneteenth a federal holiday and to repeal the 2002 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) Against Iraq. I also cosponsored several important pieces of legislation to expand access to education funding, ensure access to food assistance, protect older workers, provide support for caregivers of elderly Americans, assert U.S.

Jun 18, 2021 Press Release

(West New York, NJ) –Congressman Albio Sires (D-NJ) made the following statement after New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced that 4.7 million adult residents have been vaccinated in New Jersey:

Jun 11, 2021 Washington Review

This week, I reintroduced the Collaborative Academic Research Efforts (CARE) for Tourette Syndrome Act to research the cause, prevention, and early detection of Tourette Syndrome. I also joined my colleagues on the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure in passing two vital infrastructure bills out of committee to be taken up by the full House.

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