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U.S. Representative for New Jersey, since 2000 - member of the Democratic Party.
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ENG:Albio Sires (born January 26, 1951 in Bejucal, Cuba) is the U.S. Representative for New Jersey's 8th congressional district. The district includes some of Jersey City, as well as most of the Latino neighborhoods of Newark. He used to represent New Jersey's 13th congressional district from November 2006-January 2013, which was eliminated after redistricting in 2012. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He previously represented district 33 in the New Jersey General Assembly from 2000 to 2006. Early life, education and career Albio Sires was born in Cuba and immigrated to the United States with his family at age 11 with the help of relatives in the United States. Sires is a graduate of Memorial High School. He went to Saint Peter's College on a basketball scholarship and received ...
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Congressman Sires Supports Creation of Job Corps Program


Congressman Sires cosponsored H.R. 2914, the Emergency Jobs to Restore the American Dream Act. This legislation was introduced by Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), and would create jobs through the establishment of job corps programs. “This legislation creates jobs by funding job corps programs,” said Congressman Sires. “While this concept may be simple, its impact would be tremendous, and nationally, over 2.2 million jobs could be created.” The Emergency Jobs to Restore the American Dream Act would create several job corps programs. Specifically, the School ...


Sires Objects to Reduction in Postal Services


Congressman Sires joined his colleagues in the House of Representatives in sending a letter to United States Postal Service (USPS) Post Master General Patrick Donahue. The letter, to object to the proposal to slow first-class service and close processing centers, was lead by Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN). “The Post Office plays a vital role in our community, providing affordable and reliable service that many citizens and businesses depend on” said Congressman Sires. “Reducing service will disproportionately affect millions of Americans and cut thousands of jobs.” On ...


Pay Roll Tax Cuts And Unemployment Benefits Extension


Mister Speaker with our economy still struggling and unemployment remaining unacceptably high, now is not the time to take more money out of the pockets of hard working Americans.The majority is opposing an extension of the Payroll Tax holiday enacted earlier this year that gave virtually all working Americans a much needed tax cut.The Payroll Tax holiday cut the Social Security payroll taxes of over 160 million workers.Economic uncertainty both here in the U-S and abroad, makes this a dangerous time to eliminate an important tax cut that is saving American families an average of $1,000 per ...


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National Museum of African American History and Culture Grand Opening
The National Museum of African American History will have its grand opening on September 24. If you are interested in visiting the new museum this fall, tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis at https://nmaahc.si.edu/visit/passes or by calling 800-514-3849.
Washington Review, September 9, 2016
While in Washington this week I attended a House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing and held several meetings. Harbor Deepening Project Labor Foreign Affairs Anniversary of 9/11 Harbor Deepening Project Last week, I had the opportunity to speak at a ceremony hosted by the Army Corps of Engineers and the Port Authority marking the completion of the Port of New York and New Jersey, 50-Foot Harbor Deepening Project.  The Port is the largest port on the East Coast and a critical transportation hub that provides over 270,000 jobs.  While the Port handled 3.7 million containers of cargo valued at $208 billion in 2015, its channels could not previously accommodate the large Post-Panamax container ships. The Harbor Deepening project is the last part of a dredging program that will increase the channel capacities and allow the Port to maintain its competitiveness, improve its transportation efficiency, and benefit the regional economy.  Labor This week, I met the UNITE HERE workers
Washington Review, August 1, 2016
Throughout July, I joined with various colleagues in sending letters to officials expressing our positions on important legislative issues. Education Immigration Flint Water Crisis Judiciary                Education On July 6th, a number of my colleagues and I wrote to the Chairmen and Ranking Members of the House Committee on Appropriations and the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education urging them to protect funding for Pell Grants in the Fiscal Year 2017 Appropriations Bill.  We strongly opposed funding cuts that would make college less affordable for millions of Americans and urged the committee to consider the impact such cuts would have on low-income students.  The Federal Pell Grant program has been a critical resource for students who otherwise might not be able to pursue higher education due to financial constraints.  Immigration The Department of Homeland Security recently proposed an adjustment on fees for certain immigration and na
Sires, Menendez, Booker Announce Nearly $6M to Hire Firefighters, Strengthen Public Safety in North Hudson Communities
NEWARK, N.J. – Congressman Albio Sires and U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker today announced that North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue is receiving $6 million in federal funding to hire full-time firefighters and help strengthen the department's ability to effectively respond to local fire emergencies, protect high-risk populations and decrease firefighter injuries. The Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER)grant program is administered by the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). “This federal funding will have a big impact on North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue and the five municipalities the department protects,” said Rep. Sires. “Each day, the firefighters from North Hudson Regional respond to emergencies in Guttenberg, North Bergen, Union City, West New York, and Weehawken. This significant grant will provide for more manpower on shifts; resulting in more adequate responses to emergencies i



 
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