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Mar 6, 2013

Guest Post: Celebrating My Father this Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

One year ago today, I lost my father, the venerated Congressman Donald M. Payne, Sr, to colon cancer. To many, he is remembered as a dedicated public servant who proudly represented the people of New Jersey’s Tenth Congressional District for nearly a quarter-century, working on the Committee on Education and the Workforce and the Committee on Foreign Affairs to create educational opportunities both in his district and worldwide, as well as working diligently to create jobs and develop workforce training programs. But to my sisters and me, we fondly remember him as Dad while my three children affectionately remember him as Grandpa, the kind man who loved us unconditionally. He was our friend, our mentor and our hero.

Mar 6, 2013

Guest Post: Celebrating My Father this Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

One year ago today, I lost my father, the venerated Congressman Donald M. Payne, Sr, to colon cancer. To many, he is remembered as a dedicated public servant who proudly represented the people of New Jersey’s Tenth Congressional District for nearly a quarter-century, working on the Committee on Education and the Workforce and the Committee on Foreign Affairs to create educational opportunities both in his district and worldwide, as well as working diligently to create jobs and develop workforce training programs. But to my sisters and me, we fondly remember him as Dad while my three children affectionately remember him as Grandpa, the kind man who loved us unconditionally. He was our friend, our mentor and our hero.

Mar 1, 2013

N.J. officials: Federal cuts will inflict widespread pain

Broad federal spending cuts set in motion today will have gradual, painful effects on New Jersey’s economy, from bottlenecks at the state’s airports to lost paychecks and programs for vulnerable residents, officials said.

Mar 1, 2013

N.J. officials: Federal cuts will inflict widespread pain

Broad federal spending cuts set in motion today will have gradual, painful effects on New Jersey’s economy, from bottlenecks at the state’s airports to lost paychecks and programs for vulnerable residents, officials said.

Mar 1, 2013

N.J. officials: Federal cuts will inflict widespread pain

Broad federal spending cuts set in motion today will have gradual, painful effects on New Jersey’s economy, from bottlenecks at the state’s airports to lost paychecks and programs for vulnerable residents, officials said.

Mar 1, 2013

N.J. officials: Federal cuts will inflict widespread pain

Broad federal spending cuts set in motion today will have gradual, painful effects on New Jersey’s economy, from bottlenecks at the state’s airports to lost paychecks and programs for vulnerable residents, officials said.

Mar 1, 2013

Sequestration will impact airlines and Sandy aid, N.J. politicians warn

Long lines at the airport, loss to business and cuts to Sandy aid are all on the horizon as New Jersey and the nation head towards the seemingly inevitable impact of sequestration over the next few weeks and months, according to warnings issued today by members of the state's Democratic Congressional caucus.

Mar 1, 2013

Sequestration will impact airlines and Sandy aid, N.J. politicians warn

Long lines at the airport, loss to business and cuts to Sandy aid are all on the horizon as New Jersey and the nation head towards the seemingly inevitable impact of sequestration over the next few weeks and months, according to warnings issued today by members of the state's Democratic Congressional caucus.

Mar 1, 2013

Sequestration will impact airlines and Sandy aid, N.J. politicians warn

Long lines at the airport, loss to business and cuts to Sandy aid are all on the horizon as New Jersey and the nation head towards the seemingly inevitable impact of sequestration over the next few weeks and months, according to warnings issued today by members of the state's Democratic Congressional caucus.

Mar 1, 2013

Sequestration will impact airlines and Sandy aid, N.J. politicians warn

Long lines at the airport, loss to business and cuts to Sandy aid are all on the horizon as New Jersey and the nation head towards the seemingly inevitable impact of sequestration over the next few weeks and months, according to warnings issued today by members of the state's Democratic Congressional caucus.

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