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Monthly Archives: September 2017
Reducing Support for Children and Families On Sept. 28, Tom Reed (R-NY) wrote: Glad to see HR 2824 (Increasing Opportunity and Success for Children and Parents through Evidence-Based Home Visiting Act) pass the House this week! This bill included reauthorizing … Continue reading
It is offensive for anyone, especially children, to be forced to conform with someone else’s concept of patriotism. I remember when the the religious phrase was added to the Pledge of Allegiance. We were assured that we need not say … Continue reading
I certainly think bipartisanship ought to consist of Democrats coming to the Republican point of view.–Richard Mourdock Thanks to President Donald J. Trump for having the Ways and Means Committee to the White House to talk about bipartisan Tax Reform.–Tom Reed (facebook) … Continue reading
Years ago, when I was a college student, I watched a movie on the rise of Hitler in Germany. It was powerful, although I think it was art rather than fact. Hitler was shown debating with his confederates the best … Continue reading
The Finger Lakes Times (Monday, September 18) published an article on the Finger Lakes Area Counceling & Recovering Agency (FLACRA) recent $1.4 million in federal funds to combat the Opioid crisis. The article starts, “Sixteen counties in New York … Continue reading
Fiscal Year 2018 Appropriations Rep. Michael Capuano (D-MA) writes: This week the House resumed consideration of the FY 2018 appropriations bills with H.R. 3354, the Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act of 2018. You may recall that in July the … Continue reading