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Dec 7, 2021 Editorials

The reality and existence of climate change and its impact on our lives is not up for debate. Neither is the assessment that human activity, and our reliance on fossil fuels, has led to the crossroads we now face. The “once in a century” hurricanes, flooding events, droughts, and heat waves are occurring far more often.

Aug 2, 2021 Editorials

(Washington, D.C.) – It has been over 7 months since the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine was administered to an ICU Nurse in New York City. Since then, 49.5% of the U.S. population has received full vaccination doses, and a total of 57.4% of people have had at least one dose[1].

Aug 13, 2020 Editorials

Since the President came into office, his fixation with the United States Postal Service has been relentless. He has floated the idea of privatizing the service, refused to offer extra funds, and recently has been launching partisan attacks on the agency.

Jan 31, 2020 Editorials

This week, the House of Representatives took up reforms to our nation’s credit system and passed legislation restricting authorization for conflict with Iran. I attended a Budget Committee hearing on the economic outlook of the next decade and an Europe and Eurasia Subcommittee hearing on stopping the rise of antisemitism.

Oct 29, 2013 Editorials
By U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart and U.S. Rep. Albio Sires
Jun 17, 2013 Editorials
Congressman Sires was joined by State Senator Nicholas Sacco (D-32), and several State legislators in West New York, New Jersey at a press conference at the scene of the terrible accident that took the life of eight month old Angelie Paredes. To prevent future accidents and improve public safety, the legislators called for stricter regulations for drivers and bus companies.
Mar 11, 2013 Editorials

Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez died of cancer on Tuesday. Read my OpEd on the state of Venezuela. 

Nov 8, 2012 Editorials
The U.S. Small Business Administration is opening several Business Recovery Centers in New Jersey. These Centers, opening November 9th, will provide one-on-one help to business owners seeking disaster assistance for losses caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Nov 8, 2012 Editorials
Medicare beneficiaries affected by Hurricane Sandy who are unable to make a Medicare health or drug plan selections by December 7, 2012—the last day of the Open Enrollment Period, can still enroll in health and prescription drug coverage for 2013 after December 7th by calling 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). This line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.