Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett addresses the ongoing crisis in Israel and the Gaza region, emphasizing the imperative need for additional humanitarian relief to Palestinians following the White House request to Congress for $9.15 billion in supplemental U.S. humanitarian assistance for Ukraine, Israel, Gaza and other needs.
The St. Croix senator will host a platform for herself and colleagues to discuss the level of contamination, EPA’s strategy for public education, testing, mitigation, and its involvement with other local entities.
Sen. Kenneth L. Gittens is calling for an emergency Committee of the Whole hearing on the St. Croix water crisis so that both the body and the community will have more information as to the extent of the problem and the response required.
Sen. Samuel Carrion reiterated the urgency of his concern for the people of St. Croix suffering from the water quality crisis and called for further action in the wake of Gov. Albert A. Bryan Jr.'s announcement of a "no drinking" advisory.
Sen. Marvin Blyden was in a celebratory mood this week after the enactment of the Fiscal Year 2024 budget bills, as he cited major victories in securing funding for non-profit organizations that address critically important issues.
Signed into law on April 25, 2023, and sponsored by Frett-Gregory, the Bureau of School Construction and Maintenance creates an entity responsible for school facilities and education related buildings.
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