Gov. Ralph Torres has decided how to use $30.5 million in food assistance for the Northern Marianas that U.S. Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan included in the 2014 Agricultural Act.
Governor to expand food stamp eligibility, benefits • Free veterans film on Saturday • Supporting the National Ocean Policy • Students: Join Congressional App Challenge • Welcome Dennis Chan
Veterans and those who care about veterans will want to see Almost Sunrise, screening Saturday evening, October 15, at the American Memorial Park Visitors Center.
I joined 59 House colleagues in a letter to Congressional appropriators, saying that any final funding bill we pass for Fiscal Year 2017 should be clear of attempts to block implementation of the National Ocean Policy.
The Congressional App Challenge is a coding competition hosted by Members of Congress for their constituents in grades K-12.
Since getting the funding formulae for insular areas changed in 2009, we have received over $57 million for water infrastructure, including another $6.4 million awarded on September 29.
The best way to a great education is through a great teacher and a new bill, of which I am an original cosponsor, will support teacher training, recruitment, and retention, so our students can have great teachers.
U.S. Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan was a guest speaker in the current issues class of Northern Marianas College instructor Guadalupe Robinson on Tuesday.
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