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Tips For Saving
On Your Auto
Insurance Premiums

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TRENTON, NJ – Department of Banking and Insurance Commissioner Richard J. Badolato reminded New Jersey auto insurance consumers that they can shop around for coverage or seek additional savings offered by their current carrier any time of year. He emphasized that New Jersey drivers are rated for auto insurance by companies using many different factors […]

Does Your Classroom
Pass The Test?

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State Poison Control Center Provides Poisoning Safety Tips to School Staff  From taking mom’s vitamins or dad’s Viagra to school to share with friends to eating hand sanitizer to coming into contact with cleaning chemicals like disinfectants, the NJ Poison Experts are here to help,” says Diane Calello, MD, NJ Poison Control Center Executive and […]

$18 Million Available For
Value-Added Producer Grants

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Lyons, Nebraska – Last month, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the availability of at least $18 million in funding through the competitive Value-Added Producer Grants (VAPG) program. Administered by USDA Rural Development, the VAPG program provides grants to producers for working capital, feasibility studies, business plans, and marketing efforts used to establish value-added businesses. This year, […]

PAC National Office
Prepares For The
CND Meeting

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By John Czop Director of Policy Development and Administration Thee Council of National Directors (CND) of the Polish American Congress (PAC) will meet in Washington, DC 25-28 September 2017 in a political context shaped by both hopeful and fearful events. On the hopeful side, Warsaw hosted THE THREE SEAS INITIA- TIVE CONFERENCE early in July. […]

Chopin Competition
For Young Pianists

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The Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin Competition for Young Pianists will take place on March 3-4, 2018 in Washington D.C. It was created to promote the legacy of Poland’s greatest composer as well as to promote the compositional output of Poland’s important 20th-century composers such as Paderewski, Szymanowski, Bacewicz, Tansman, and others. The idea was inspired by […]

Trump Must Nix HHS Mandate

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(September 5, 2017) Catholic League president Bill Donohue is calling upon President Trump to repeal the Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate: The Catholic Benefits Association (CBA), which provides health coverage to many Catholic entities, is asking President Trump to repeal and replace the HHS mandate that was sponsored by President Obama. We second that […]

PCCHC At Passaic County
Community College Awarded
Project Grants

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NEW JERSEY – The Passaic County Cultural & Heritage Council (PCCHC) at Passaic County Community College (PCCC) has been awarded a project grant for the period August 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018, in the amount of $12,442 from the New Jersey Historical Commission. The funding will provide restoration of ten sculptures and plaques in […]

EPA Seeks To
Step Backward On
Clean Water Policy

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By Jordan Rasmussen, jordanr@cfra.org Center for Rural Affairs  Since President Trump issued an executive order calling for the repeal and replacement of the 2015 Clean Water, or Water of the U.S. (WOTUS) Rule, my husband has discussed the issue with — and heard the concerns of — his fellow farmers. As any wife would do, […]

Bill To Ask Voters To
Support Creation &
Expansion of Public Libraries

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(TRENTON, NJ – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Wayne DeAngelo, Thomas Giblin, Troy Singleton, Jamel Holley and Dan Benson to ask voters to provide grants for the construction, expansion and equipping of public libraries in New Jersey has been signed into law. “Some might question the relevance of libraries when technology is so prevalent, but for […]

Establishing Council For
Investigation of Crimes
of Communist Regimes

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Platform greets work of eight EU Member States on CICROC, the Council for Investigation of Crimes of Communist Regimes    Tallinn / Prague, 24 August 2017.  On the occasion of the European Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Totalitarianism commemorated on the EU level in Tallinn, Estonia yesterday, ministries of justice of eight EU […]