Dr. John Lumpkin, senior vice president and director of the Health Care Group at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, says his organization is giving more than $700,000 to the Mental Health Association of New Jersey to help identify residents who need therapy after Hurricane Sandy.
New Jersey Policy Perspective Senior Policy Analyst Raymond Castro says the Affordable Care Act will not only help the uninsured, but all taxpayers by reducing the amount of money the state spends on health care.
Director of Consumer Services for the Mental Health Association in Atlantic County Jaime Angelini says her organization has been helping thousands of vulnerable individuals suffering after the impact of Hurricane Sandy.
Most of the candidates attempting to take the seat o the late U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg are political veterans. Less known is Alieta Eck, a doctor from Piscataway who is seeking the Republican nomination.
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