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January 16, 2018

Government: Politics

Immigration Authority Scaros Pens New Book on How to Deal with Persons Here Illegally; Author Announces New Book: Stop Calling Them “Immigrants”

Newmanstown, PA, January 11, 2018 –(PR.com)– In his latest book, Stop Calling Them “Immigrants”: They are PHIs (Persons Here Illegally) – The Solution Begins with Using the Right Term, immigration expert Constantinos E. Scaros provides detailed solutions to America’s immigration problem, and says it all begins with using the correct term. The longtime immigration attorney,

Ecological Restoration Enhances Water Quality in Chesapeake Bay – Ecotone’s Stream Restoration Techniques Improve Habitat & Reduce Restoration Costs in Baltimore County

Baltimore, MD, January 05, 2018 –(PR.com)– Ecotone, an ecological restoration firm, recently developed over one acre of wetlands and restored 2,160 linear feet of stream that runs through the 200-acre First Mine Run property located in the northeastern part of Baltimore County in Maryland. The Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) funded the project through

AMCD Urges Support for Iranian Anti-Government Demonstrators

Washington, DC, December 30, 2017 –(PR.com)– The American Mideast Coalition for Democracy (AMCD) applauds the proud Iranian people’s peaceful protests over the actions of the few non-elected, self-appointed Iranian regime officials. They encourage the Trump administration to extend active support to the large and growing secular element of Iranian society in their quest for freedom

South African Government Served with Secession Notice by The Afrikaner Society

Dallas, TX, December 21, 2017 –(PR.com)– The Society is grateful for the selfless sacrifices, years of hard work and perseverance of all stakeholders, to make a united free, non-racial, and prosperous Afrikaner nation a reality, the co-presidents of the Afrikaner Society Hein Marx and Hannes Louw announced. "This action and notice should be considered as

Kidney Community Applauds Bipartisan Senate Legislation to Improve Access to Kidney Care Treatments, Improve Quality of Life for Individuals with Kidney Disease

Washington, DC, September 29, 2017 –(PR.com)– Kidney Care Partners (KCP) – the nation’s largest kidney coalition comprised of physician groups, providers, patient groups, manufacturers and researchers – today praised the introduction of Senate Bill 1890, “Chronic Kidney Disease Improvement in Research and Treatment Act” – a bill to improve the understanding of, and promote access

Kidney Care Community Celebrates the Passage of the Senate’s CHRONIC Care Act with Unanimous Consent

Washington, DC, September 29, 2017 –(PR.com)– Kidney Care Partners (KCP) – the nation’s leading coalition of patient advocates, kidney disease professionals, dialysis care providers, researchers and manufacturers – today applauded the U.S. Senate for unanimously passing legislation with thoughtful, patient-centric policies to improve care for Americans with chronic diseases. The CHRONIC Care Act of 2017,

F.F.E.B.A: SEC Issues Alert for Federal Employees

Tarpon Springs, FL, September 27, 2017 –(PR.com)– The SEC has filed fraud charges against four Georgia-based former brokers specifically targeting Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) investors while pretending to be affiliated with or approved by the federal government and TSP. As a registered government vendor with SAM CAGE 7TKH1 and DUNS 080535937, F.F.E.B.A. strives to protect

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