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President Obama took action to allow some unauthorized immigrants to remain in the United States because House Republicans wouldn't. Rep. Payne, Jr. said, "For the sake of our security, for the sake of our economy, and for the sake of our future, we cannot afford to rely on a dysfunctional immigration system any longer."
A pre-Thanksgiving family event was held Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014. Hundreds of children attended with family members as well as U.S. Rep. Donald Payne Jr. Jersey City Councilwoman Diane Coleman, and Freeholder-elect Gerard Balmir.
The teens were happy to have Congressman Payne visit with them and share his experiences on Capitol Hill and the issues he is focused on for the 10th Congressional District of NJ.
Rep. Payne, Jr. attends grand opening of the We Are One New Jersey – Hudson County Center, which will provide several services to help legal immigrants became citizens of the United States.
Integrating more distributed power generation and energy storage can help make a grid more flexible, resilient, sustainable and environmentally friendly. Legislators and regulators, at the federal and state level, have an opportunity to craft policy solutions that would make these advanced strategies more feasible -- thus empowering utilities to support broader long-term goals.
St. Marks United Methodist Church hosted its 31st annual Church and Community Breakfast on Sunday in the church's fellowship hall. Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. delivered the keynote address to a room of 100 residents and community members.
Martin’s Place will offer residents job training, employment opportunities and other re-entry services to give recently released prisoners a second chance in society after they have paid their debt.
Rep. Donald M. Payne, Jr. hosted his annual Liberian Immigration Conference that highlighted the need for an immediate extension of the Deferred Enforcement Departure (DED) for several thousand Liberians residing in the United States as well as action necessary to combat the Ebola outbreak.
Port Newark was awarded a $14.8 million Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) to improve and expand facilities at Port Newark, create hundreds of jobs and enhance economic opportunities throughout the region.
The mayors of a handful of communities along the Rahway River will travel today to Washington, D.C., where they will present lawmakers with a petition urging Congress to fund a flood-control study.