Congressman one of key lawmakers the President targeted
Army Corps of Engineers will spend $100,000 in Pompton Lakes with support of Borough;
Congressman had requested solutions for long-standing problem
In announcing that the month of June would be the first ever National Homeownership Month, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Mel Martinez said, "A healthy economy depends on a vigorous, growing housing sector, and ...housing continues to fuel the nation's economy,"
Lawmaker had urged move, introduced H.R. 3639
In the wake of the terror perpetrated against our nation on September 11, we have seen the very best of America on display.
BIANJ Highlights Increased Attention on Capitol Hill in Naming Lawmaker 2002 Honoree
In January of 2001, the first month of the George W. Bush presidency, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office announced that the federal government would have a budget surplus of $5.6 trillion over the next ten years. One year later, in January of 2002, that surplus number had shrunk an astounding $4 trillion, to $1.6 trillion.