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  • Samantha Dancer Seeks Donations For Expensive Medical Procedure

    Samantha Dancer, 20,who has sickle cell anemia, is known as being a rambunctious fun-loving young lady. But unlike most vibrant young adults she struggles with the debilitating symptoms often requiring an emergency room visit. As a graduate of Pasadena H...
  • Miramontes, Phelps and the Black Community

    A lot is happening in the world today on all fronts, both national and local. Nationally the President is still trying to teach the Republicans how to spell COALITION and, BIPARTISIAN. And he is having the same problem with the Tea Party and with his own...
  • Statement by the President on the Passing of Elizabeth Edwards

    Michelle and I were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Elizabeth Edwards. This afternoon I spoke to Cate Edwards and John Edwards, and offered our family's condolences. I came to know and admire Elizabeth over the course of the presidential camp...
  • Congresswoman Barbara Lee Hails the House Passage of the DREAM Act

    Today, Congresswoman Barbara Lee (CA-09) joined the majority of her colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives in voting in support of the DREAM Act – bipartisan legislation that gives students who already reside in the United States and have grown...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    Donald Sterling has been in a position that allowed him to take advantage of the fans addiction to basketball. There are a limited number of franchises available, and he has one. He bought the Clippers franchise while it was still in San Diego, and moved...
  • Fannie and Freddie Hold Evictions for the Holidays

    There are a few things as depressing as having your house taken away from you during the holiday season, so the people at Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are issuing a moratorium on evicting people from foreclosed properties from Dec. 20 to Jan 3, 2011. The e...
  • “Ask George”

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Do you have questions about general driving related requirements like registration and insurance? Are you unclear about laws and restrictions related to driving? The California Department of Motor Vehicles has answers. “Save Time ...
  • How to Take the Stress Out of Your Holidays

    Your car is filled with wrapping paper, presents for friends and family, plus groceries. Just the thought of everything you have to do is creating stress. And then you have to actually figure out how you'll get it all done on time. When stress hits, it's ...
  • How to Retool Your Thinking During the Holiday Season

    Another holiday season has come. After the presents have been given and the year comes to a close, many people will reminisce about the past year. Sadly, some people's lives will be filled with many defeats, broken relationships, and unfulfilled dreams. T...
  • Barbara Lee Attends Signing of Child Nutrition Bill

    Washington, DC – Today, Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA), joined President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and a number of her colleagues for the signing of The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act at the White House. She released this statement: "Tod...
  • Conyers Confident Health Care Law’s Constitutionality Will Be Upheld

    Washington, D.C.— Representative John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI) issued the following statement today responding to the news that a federal court judge has struck down a provision of the Affordable Care Act, which mandates that individuals purchase health care...
  • New Technology Guide Helps Entrepreneurs Grow Their Small Businesses and Create Jobs

    SBA and Microsoft Introduce Resource to Deliver Essential Technology Information to Small Business Owners WASHINGTON – A new technology tool for small businesses is now available to help them grow and create jobs. The new education resource, Business...
  • New Analysis Shows Families Are Benefiting from Health Reform Law

    Today, we got some good news about how the Affordable Care Act is already making a difference in people's lives across the country. The California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS), which provides retirement and health benefits to more than 1...
  • Popular SBA Patriot Express Loan Initiative Renewed for Three More Years

    Effort Focuses on Increasing Opportunities for Vets and Military Community WASHINGTON – A very popular initiative that in just three-and-a-half years has provided more than $560 million in loan guarantees to nearly 7,000 veterans to start or expand th...
  • Foreclosure Recovery

    Trenton, NJ – December 15, 2010 – If you lost a home through foreclosure in the past five years, that foreclosure may very well have been wrongful. If it can be established that the foreclosed loan was predatory, you may be able to recovermoney from t...
  • Los Angeles Clippers, the Most Exiting Team in the NBA?

    Perhaps the readers are asking if this was a typo calling the Clippers the most exciting team in the NBA. No typo, all truth and much evidence. Let's play a game of word association, as you read the names below, yell out the first thing that comes to mind...
  • Utilize Your Home's Hidden Storage Space

    (StatePoint) As more Americans are living in their houses longer due to the uncertain economy, many of us are outgrowing our existing homes. One innovative solution to expand your living space may be right under your nose -- your neglected garage. Movin...
  • How To Be Successful In Turbulent Times

    (StatePoint) Navigating your career in today's crazy business environment is difficult. Some say the economy is up, some say it's down. Regardless, you can learn to be prepared for turbulence and navigate yourself to success. Whether you're looking for a...
  • What Your Eyes Tell You About Your Health

    (StatePoint) Everyone knows the eyes are the windows to the soul, but few people realize they are also windows to your overall health, allowing eye doctors to see signs of chronic conditions. The eyes are the only place doctors can get a clear view of bl...
  • A Look at Power Players in Pasadena Reflects Concern for Diversity in Hiring and Contracting

    As Pasadena approaches the March, 2011 elections, Pasadenans face new challenges with new and old leaders in an economically challenged world. The economic picture tou...

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