New global terror threats place refugees in New Jersey in a glaring spotlight. Meanwhile, federal funding that's helping pay medical bills of first-responders who trace their ailments to 9/11 is near expiration. NJ Transit, which just raised fares, stands to lose millions in federal aid if a transportation bill amendment stays intact.

Rep. Frank Pallone (Townsquare Media NJ)

Discuss these issues, and others that concern you, with shore Representative Frank Pallone (D-6) during "Ask The Congressman," tonight at 7 on WOBM-AM NewsTalk Radio 1160 & 1310. 

The Long Branch Democrat has authored a Superstorm-inspired bill to improve cell phone communications during natural disasters, and legislation to support research into sudden cardiac arrest.

Additionally, Pallone is encouraging high schoolers to enter the Congressional App Challenge. Students are competing in construction of online, mobile or computer applications. The winning entries go on display in the Capitol Building.

Phone your questions to 732-505-1160.