Building the energy future

CHCC will have another $1.4 million to cover parking areas with solar electric panels through the Energizing Insular Community program.
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1,400 can get school debt relief

1,400 Marianas student loan borrowers, 1,000 of whom are Pell Grant recipients, are eligible for President Biden’s new debt forgiveness plan, according to a U.S. DOE.
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Rescue Plan helping learning loss?

ARPA requires that 20% of the federal funding for schools be used to help students catch up on learning lost during the pandemic years of virtual instruction.
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Hofschneiders visit

Henry and Elena Hofschneider visited their congressional office in Washington, DC while on vacation.
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Legislator of the Year

Thanks to the Humane Society Legislative Fund for naming me one of their four Legislators of the Year.
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THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS - September 23, 2022

Sep 26, 2022 e-kilili newsletter

• $3.3m to lower energy costs • 1,400 can get school debt relief • Rescue Plan helping learning loss? • $250k for opioid response • Heads up, NMI businesses • Veterans bills advance • Hofschneiders visit • Welcome, Speaker Won Pat • Welcome, National ACE • Legislator of the Year • App Challenge now open

$3.3m to lower energy costs

Sep 26, 2022 e-kilili newsletter

The Commonwealth is receiving $3,285,120 in fiscal year 2022 Energizing Insular Community grants to help lower the cost of electricity and save money on imported oil.

1,400 can get school debt relief

Sep 26, 2022 e-kilili newsletter

1,400 Marianas student loan borrowers, 1,000 of whom are Pell Grant recipients, are eligible for President Biden’s new debt forgiveness plan, according to a U.S. Department of Education announcement

Rescue Plan helping learning loss?

Sep 26, 2022 e-kilili newsletter

The American Rescue Plan Act requires that 20% of the federal funding for schools ($160 million for the Marianas Public School System) be used to help students catch up on learning lost during the pandemic years of virtual instruction.

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