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New Jersey Residents Support President Obama's Healthcare Proposals

New Jersey residents have made it clear! They support President Obama's health care proposals? The survey revealed a 4 to 1 ratio in the Presidents favor. However, on the national scale the results were opposite. Most voters were against his health care proposals, 7,070 "Support" and 16,156 "Oppose" .

New Jersey statutes, as well as pending legislation and chapter laws, can be obtained through the New Jersey Legislature's internet pages. As a courtesy, the Division posts unofficial copies of its rules, rule proposals, and notices of adoption on this webpage.

The official versions of rules, rule proposals and notices of adoptions are published in the New Jersey Administrative Code and the New Jersey Register, which are available in most public libraries or on the web by visiting Lexis/Nexis at

For more about President Barack Obama new health care proposals. Please visit: Health care action center at this website.

LaToya Duncan


  • Jacqueline Wooten-Rose 4 years ago

    I would like to first commend you on your exceptional articles, they are so informative. You are defintely doing a great job of researching your information!

    I would like to view/read you opinion in regards to some other health issues pertaining to hypertension, diabetes including gestational diabetes and how it can seriously impact that newborn and also the affects of children exposed to high levels of lead in their homes/apartments and what can they do to rectify the problem.



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