On the day that the World Meteorological Organization reported that carbon dioxide levels are at a new record high, U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor called on businesses and governments to put more resources into lowering greenhouse gases.
A $75,000 grant from the federal Small Business Administration will help the Tampa Bay Black Business Investment Corp. and the city of St. Petersburg offer training to small-business aspirants in bookkeeping, business plans and other educational purposes.
Reducing the burden of student loan debt will encourage millennials to keep their talents in the Tampa Bay region and invest in our community by purchasing that new home or starting a small business. https://youtu.be/HCkuGUvhCWI
On Tuesday, Aug. 18, U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor sent a letter to Secretary of Education Arne Duncan regarding the Tampa Bay Times' report which raises very serious questions regarding Pinellas County Schools' use of Title I dollars.
The United States’ isolationist policies toward Cuba have achieved little in more than 50 years, so President Barack Obama is justified in trying to thaw relations and bolster U.S. influence in the island nation.
The defense spending bill passed by the House of Representatives today authorizes a 10 percent budget increase for U.S. Special Operations Command, extended authority for it to carry out its missions and more money to keep its troops healthy. But it also includes reductions in benefits for troops and their families.
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