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Investors in Overseas Locket International Corporation, Olint Corporation, Olint TCI Corporation, Ltd. And/Or TCI May Be Eligible to Receive Compensation From The United States Government
TAMPA - The following statement is being issued by the United States Department of Justice:
Persons who lost money from investments in companies operated by David A. Smith, doing business as Overseas Locket International Corporation ("OLINT"), and related companies may be eligible to receive compensation from the United States...Read More...
OAS Secretary General Calls for Strengthening Equity and Transparency in Systems of Political Financing in the Caribbean
WASHINGTON, DC - The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), José Miguel Insulza, today opened the second day of the Regional Forum “Strengthening Regulation of Political Parties and Political Financing Systems in the Caribbean,” with a call for greater equity and transparency in the systems of political financing in the...Read More...
CONGRESSWOMAN FREDERICA WILSON BRINGS CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS ON THE FRONT-LINE OF IMMIGRATION REFORM TO MIAMI
Miami — On Monday, May 13, 2013 at 7:30 p.m., Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (FL-24) will be joined, at a forum on immigration reform, by Congressional leaders, from across the nation, who are fighting for change and who will influence, shape and vote on new immigration laws. Congresswoman Wilson urges the thousands of undocumented immigrants...Read More...
OAS Report Examines Cybersecurity Trends in the Americas
WASHINGTON, DC - The Organization of American States (OAS) through the Secretariat of Multidimensional Security (SMS) and the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICITE) released today the report “Latin American and Caribbean Cybersecurity Trends and Government Responses.” Prepared in collaboration with the company Trend...Read More...
US Immigration Reform Could Help The Caribbean
BAHAMAS - Proposed US immigration reforms could have positive implications not only for Caribbean nationals living in the United States, but also for countries of the region, asserted a former cabinet minister in the Bahamas.
"The reforms that offer a pathway to citizenship might be applicable to thousands of Caribbean...Read More...
OAS Secretary General: "Drugs are a Business that Moves 84 Billion Dollars a Year Worldwide”
WASHINGTON, DC - The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), José Miguel Insulza, today participated in the World Economic Forum on Latin America, held in Lima, Peru, where he stressed the importance that the fight against drugs has taken on in recent years and urged the adoption of public health and security...Read More...
Public Assembly about Immigration Reform in Little Haiti
MIAMI – Immigrant and workers rights organizations, advocacy groups and community organizations will hold a public assembly to inform the community about the Immigration Reform bill currently being debated in the Senate, and engage Miamians to actively participate and demand Congress a new immigration system this year.
The Public...Read More...
Statement by the President Obama on Commonsense Immigration Reform
WASHINGTON, DC - Statement by the President on Commonsense Immigration Reform:
This afternoon, Senators Schumer and McCain briefed me on the bipartisan immigration reform bill that they have drafted with their colleagues in the Senate.
This bill is clearly a compromise, and no one will get everything they wanted, including...Read More...
Florida’s immigrant communities welcome the first real step towards a new immigration system
MIAMI – Floridians join the nation today to welcome the introduction of a bi-partisan immigration reform bill as a historic moment in our movement for equality and opportunity.
While we are grateful to our Senators in the Gang of 8, including the efforts of our own Senator Marco Rubio, the true thanks go to all the families...Read More...
National Rifle Association speaks out on lastest on Gun Control laws
Fairfax, Va. - Statement from the National Rifle Association:
Expanding background checks at gun shows will not prevent the next shooting, will not solve violent crime and will not keep our kids safe in schools. While the overwhelming rejection of President Obama and Mayor Bloomberg's "universal" background check agenda is a positive...Read More...
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