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The U.S. Representative for Northern Mariana Islands's At large district, serving since 2009.
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Bunts-Anderson, Villarmero win App Challenge
Twenty two students from the Northern Marianas entered this year's Congressional App Challenge, competing as individuals or teams of up to four. Thirteen apps were submitted with selection of the winning entries made by tech industry experts. From these submissions, The Student Companion, by Daniel Villarmero and Chenoa Bunts-Anderson of Marianas High School, was chosen as this year’s winner. Mount Carmel School students Joanie Paraiso, Tawnie Manibusan and Cassidy Torres took second and third place for their apps The Thought Bubble and Pocket Homework, respectively. The App Challenge is open to all elementary and secondary students and is intended to encourage student creativity and participation in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM.











Support firefighter programs
Ensuring our firefighters have the resources and flexibility needed to do their jobs is among the reasons I joined the Congressional Fire Services Caucus and 152 of my colleagues on a letter urging House leadership to act on S. 829, a bill to reauthorize the Assistance to Firefighters (AFG) and Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant programs. AFG helps local firefighters obtain training and equipment, including protective gear and emergency vehicles. SAFER grants enable local fire departments to comply with national standards. Our local fire department have received over $2 million AFG and SAFER funds in the past to help our firefighters prepare for emergencies, including natural disasters. S. 829 would make the programs permanent and extend current authorization levels. Without House action, the AFG and SAFER programs will end on January 2, 2018.











THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS - December 1, 2017
In this issue: Bunts-Anderson, Villarmero win App Challenge Leading on national pension crisis Support firefighter programs Promoting AAPI businesses Combating sexual harassment OPPORTUNITIES LEGISLATIVE HIGHLIGHTS ____________________________________________________________________________ Bunts-Anderson, Villarmero win App Challenge Twenty two students from the Northern Marianas entered this year's Congressional App Challenge, competing as individuals or teams of up to four. Thirteen apps were submitted with selection of the winning entries made by tech industry experts. From these submissions, The Student Companion, by Daniel Villarmero and Chenoa Bunts-Anderson of Marianas High School, was chosen as this year’s winner. Mount Carmel School students Joanie Paraiso, Tawnie Manibusan and Cassidy Torres took second and third place for their apps The Thought Bubble and Pocket Homework, respectively. The App Challenge is open to all elementary and secondary students and is











Kilili and Radewagen team up on anti-sexual harassment bill
Saipan Tribune — WASHINGTON, D.C. - Delegate Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan (Ind-MP) and his insular area colleague Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen (R-A. Samoa) have teamed up to co-sponsor the Me Too Congress Act, a bill that makes sexual harassment complaints in Congress easier for victims to file and for the public to see. Introduced by Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) earlier this month, the Me Too Congress Act also makes members of Congress personally liable for any settlement payments arising from harassment claims and requires members and their staff to take annual anti-harassment training. “To make this a truly bipartisan effort, Ms. Speier asked that co-sponsors come on board as a pair, one Democrat, one Republican,” Sablan explained. “The Noah’s Ark system. “I want to thank my Republican colleague, Ms. Radewagen, for accepting my invitation to join me in supporting the effort to lift the veil of secrecy that has existed here in Congress for too long on sexual harass














 
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