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Leonard Lance is a Republican congressman representing New Jersey's 7th district.

Recent statements involving Leonard Lance

"The Internal Revenue code has ballooned to a 5,600-page, 4 million-word complicated mess that is seven times as long as the Bible with none of the good news."

"The United States currently has the highest corporate tax rate in the world."

Says Barack Obama "said when he was running for office four years ago that he would halve the annual deficit by the end of his first term. That simply has not happened."

"The Senate has not passed a budget in more than three years, not a good budget, not a bad budget, no budget."

"One of the key things about Leonard Lance is that in 2008, when you look at [the] Project Vote Smart website, he was not for guns. Now he has gone too far to the right, saying that you can carry concealed weapons in national parks."

Recent stories featuring Leonard Lance

Menendez defeats Kyrillos for U.S. Senate, House incumbents sail to victory:

From U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez to New Jersey's sitting congressmen, incumbents soundly fended off their challengers in Tuesday's election

Truth-O-Meter looks back at some claims for candidates seeking U.S. House seats:

How did claims by Jon Runyan, Shelley Adler, Leonard Lance and Upendra Chivukula do on the Truth-O-Meter?

Truth-O-Meter checks claims on deficit, NJ property taxes:

Rep. Leonard Lance says President Obama broke promise on cutting deficit, Chris Christie claims property taxes spiked in decade before becoming governor

Truth-O-Meter dishes up weekend rulings on school lunch program, national debt:

Truth-O-Meter covers the full rulings spectrum with a False and True for 2 GOP lawmakers.

Conservative group claims Democrat-backed Medicare bill would “increase Medicare premiums”:

If you live in the districts of New Jersey congressmen Leonard Lance and Jon Runyan, take a closer look at your mail. American Action Network has distributed mailers in theirs and 30 other Congressional districts across the country, criticizing a proposal to make drug manufacturers pay more rebates under Medicare Part D.

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