Sep 27, 2017
Department of Homeland Security: Waive the Jones Act for ALL Cargo at Ports in Puerto Rico to Aid Hurricane Maria ReliefProceed to the page: http://linkis.com/4ARe9nE
He wants the Homeland Security secretary to waive the Jones Act, which would save the island a lot of money as it recovers from Hurricane Maria.
The 1920 Jones Act bans foreign ships from carrying cargo between U.S. ports, which some members of Congress say has burdened the relief effort.
Trump declines to waive the Jones Act for hurricane relief.
HF and Coalition of Community Organizations & Elected Officials Launch “Unidos”: A Hurricane Relief Fund for Hurricane Maria Victims in Puerto Rico A coalition of New York City civic leaders including Mayor Bill DeBlasio, U.S. Congress Members Nydia Velázquez and Adriano Espaillat, and New York...
Where to Donate to Help Puerto Rico with Disaster Relief and Recovery from Hurricanes Irma and Maria Hurricane Maria, a category 4 hurricane with winds of 145 mph to 155 mph, landed in Puerto Rico...
Mark Levenson says he will support Trump on Israel, security issues
Hospital Beneficencia Española Puebla: háganse responsables x daño a #Mariann. ¡No más negligencia!
United Airlines: Have PetSafe Program policies changed to protect the animal and owner.
United Airlines: Stop United Airlines employee's abuse of travelers with service dogs
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