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.
Passaic - U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-N.J-8), Ranking Member of the House Small Business Subcommittee on Tax, Finance, and Exports, today was joined on a tour of businesses in the City of Passaic by Hector Barreto, head of the Small Business Administration in Washington D.C.
Paterson - Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-8) announced recently that the United States Army Corps of Engineers and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection have reached a cost-sharing agreement that will fund a comprehensive review of possible solutions to the severe flooding problems along the Peckman River.
If this were just the soap opera it often resembles, those of us watching could all rest easy. Tomorrow brings a new episode, we'd tell ourselves, a chance for those who have lost so much to come out on top in the end.
Republican House Committee Chair joins lawmaker to hear
plight of local manufacturers; look at programs offering assistance
Federally-funded program created by Congressman Pacrell
will take residents to and from train station, ease commute
Prior to the tragic events of September 11, our nation's firefighters very often came in first when Americans were asked to rank the most respected profession. They were always enthusiastically cheered as they rode by at holiday parades, and supported at the local bake sale.
Federall-funded program created by Congressman will take residents to and from train station, ease commute