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Vaccination sites across New Jersey would be unable to function without thousands of volunteers and National Guard troops. @megbakertv  reports.

New Jersey Rep. Chris Smith has asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to investigate after at least 30 New Jersey National Guard members allegedly got sick over the last month from eating the food they were provided while deployed to protect the U.S. Capitol.

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In a letter to Pelosi on Wednesday, Smith wrote that members of the National Guard in several states — including at least 30 from New Jersey — became ill due to “tainted and unhealthy food” from a private-sector vendor.​

In a letter to Pelosi on Wednesday, Smith wrote that members of the National Guard in several states — including at least 30 from New Jersey — became ill due to “tainted and unhealthy food” from a private-sector vendor.​

In a letter to Pelosi on Wednesday, Smith wrote that members of the National Guard in several states — including at least 30 from New Jersey — became ill due to “tainted and unhealthy food” from a private-sector vendor.​

In a letter to Pelosi on Wednesday, Smith wrote that members of the National Guard in several states — including at least 30 from New Jersey — became ill due to “tainted and unhealthy food” from a private-sector vendor.​

In a letter to Pelosi on Wednesday, Smith wrote that members of the National Guard in several states — including at least 30 from New Jersey — became ill due to “tainted and unhealthy food” from a private-sector vendor.​

In a letter to Pelosi on Wednesday, Smith wrote that members of the National Guard in several states — including at least 30 from New Jersey — became ill due to “tainted and unhealthy food” from a private-sector vendor.​

In a letter to Pelosi on Wednesday, Smith wrote that members of the National Guard in several states — including at least 30 from New Jersey — became ill due to “tainted and unhealthy food” from a private-sector vendor.​

In a letter to Pelosi on Wednesday, Smith wrote that members of the National Guard in several states — including at least 30 from New Jersey — became ill due to "tainted and unhealthy food" from a private-sector vendor.​

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