U.S. Rep. Rob Andrews of NJ to resign

The 56-year-old was first elected to Congress to

The 56-year-old was first elected to Congress to represent a district outside Philadelphia in 1990. (February 4, 2014 2:44 PM)

U.S. Rep. Rob Andrews will resign from Congress on Feb. 18 after 23 years in office.

Andrews said during a press conference Tuesday that he is leaving to work with a Philadelphia law firm, running its governmental affairs unit.

He said he has not decided whether to register as a lobbyist when he starts his work at Dilworth Paxson. If he does, he will not be allowed under federal law...

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