TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Robert Auth was honored by Family Policy Alliance of New Jersey for defending religious liberty, family values and pro-life measures in the New Jersey Legislature. He received the 2021 guardian of the family award at a ceremony on Nov. 10.
“When the sanctity of human life, parents and our constitutional rights are attacked in Trenton, I am proud to push back. I am honored that Family Policy Alliance recognized my legislative efforts to protect families and the freedoms afforded to us in the U.S. Constitution. This award represents who and what I stand for as a person and lawmaker,” Auth said.
The Bergen County lawmaker has sponsored legislation to ensure freedom of religious and political speech, opposed taxes that would make health care unaffordable for families, and notably fought to stop a law to legalize physician-assisted suicide in New Jersey.
Family Policy Alliance of New Jersey is a Christian advocacy group advancing public policy that protects religious freedom, families and life.