(Washington, D.C.) - U.S. Congressman Albio Sires (D-NJ) today voted for legislation that would help families facing foreclosure keep their homes, help other families avoid foreclosures in the future and help the economic recovery of communities harmed by empty homes caught in the foreclosure process...
(Washington D.C.)- On July 1, 2008 good news will come for college students and their families as new financial aid benefits enacted last year will begin to kick in for the 2008-2009 school year...
Thank you, Madam Speaker.
Today I rise to help raise awareness of Tourette Syndrome. This is a misunderstood disorder that affects an unknown number of Americans. The experts think that maybe 200,000 of us suffers from this neurological disorder, although no one really knows because it often goes undiagnosed.
Washington D.C.- Today, by a vote of 274-137, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 5749, the Emergency Extended Unemployment Compensation Act, to provide immediate relief to 3.8 million unemployed workers whom continue to struggle to find work in the slowing economy.