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Pic Shines On GP2 Debut After Securing Maiden Points In Bahrain

Arthur Pic enjoyed a strong start to his maiden GP2 Series campaign last weekend after finishing fifth in the opening round’s feature race at the Bahrain International Circuit.

The Frenchman, who was making his championship debut with GP2 returnees Campos Racing, gradually increased his pace throughout Friday’s practice and qualifying sessions to line up ninth for the first race of the season on Saturday.

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Senate Set to Vote on Nomination of Radical Michelle T. Friedland for 9th Circuit Judge

American Family Association Says Friedland Disregards Constitution, Will Trample Religious Liberties

Senators may soon vote on confirming presidential judicial nominee Michelle T. Friedland, a liberal San Francisco attorney and radical activist who has voiced her disdain for the Constitution and her views against religious liberty and traditional marriage.

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Important Things We Have To Know About The New ISAS Rules

One of the most important things that we have to understand about ISAs is the fact that they are now turning into NISAs (new ISA). There are significant changes that will happen but the great news is that we are faced with a lot more freedom and flexibility.

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What are Natural Woven Shades for Windows?

Natural woven shades are a stylish option for windows that allow natural light to come in and created an inviting aesthetic. They are an excellent organic option for lean living, and provide a calming atmosphere. These shades serve the same purpose as any window décor, but are tailored for clean, sleek looks that cater to the minimalist lifestyle. The options are limitless in style and fashion, but the general colors retain the simple looks of textured and weaved fabrics. It is very common to have a grass cloth, light or wooden varied colors. The beauty of this type of shade is the differences in color. No two pieces are the same. When woven together, the unique patterns are exquisite.

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Chairman Currie On Grand Jury Investigation Of Christie Administration Scandals

- In reaction to news reports that New Jersey's U.S. Attorney has convened a grand jury investigation into the scandalous political behavior of the Christie administration, John Currie, Chairman of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee, issued the following statement:

"It is good to know that grand jurors are compelling witness testimony as part of a federal investigation into the scandals created by Governor Chris Christie's administration. This does not, however, represent a victory for New Jersey Democrats -- there are no winners in this chapter of New Jersey's history."

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Joe Orgo Talks About ‘Cop 2 Cop’ To Sunset Rotary Club Members

This week’s distinguished speaker at a regular meeting of the Sunset Rotary Club was Joseph Orgo, a police officer for 26 years and now a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) at ‘Cop 2 Cop’ where he has been for the past 13 years. He is seen here being greeted by Steve Wolferman, long time Paramus resident and charter member. Mr. Orgo told members that ‘Cop 2 Cop’ was formed to provide counseling and referral services to police officers and their families. ‘Cop 2 Cop’ is a 24 hour Helpline staffed by retired police officers who are licensed professionals and trained mental health specialists, along with volunteer retired officers trained as peer counselors.

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Tom Kean: Common Core Will Benefit NJ Students

When it comes to education, New Jersey has consistently been a leader. It’s something on which we pride ourselves.
A critical part of being a great leader, however, is regularly seeking ways to do better, and this is exactly what we did in June 2010, when New Jersey adopted the Common Core State Standards, a set of benchmarks for what students should know at each grade level so they all graduate high school prepared for college and careers.

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VIDEO: Why Boaters Don’t Like Ethanol

If you own a boat, you may have heard by now that a government mandate has been increasing the amount of ethanol in the nation’s fuel supply, which not only damages boat engine and fuel systems but can present very real safety concerns. Mandating the increasing use of the ethanol was legislation passed in 2005, the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), which BoatUS, along with a coalition of world hunger, oil and gas industry, environmental, and restaurant groups, petroleum distributors, meat and poultry producers, and auto and power equipment manufacturers, is now fighting to repeal. That’s because the Standard no longer reflects America’s fuel usage, which has been on a decline and is opposite of the legislation’s assumptions made nearly a decade ago.

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With Winter Weather Behind Them, Retail Employment Grows in March, According to NRF

The National Retail Federation today issued the following statements from NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay and Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz in response to the March jobs report:

“After a long, harsh winter that put many retailers at a disadvantage in terms of inventory control and staffing their stores, merchants are eager to move forward with their spring hiring and operational plans,” Matthew Shay said. “Though we can report relatively positive figures for March, there’s still noticeable slack in the labor market; in order to see momentum in economic growth through 2014, it’s imperative our leaders in Washington put job creation and the economy back at the top of their agenda, giving businesses the confidence they need to grow and invest.”

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Pascrell, Reed Bill to Assist Long-Term Unemployed Advances in Senate

Bipartisan legislation would extend Work Opportunity Tax Credit to incentivize hiring of workers that have exhausted their unemployment benefits

WASHINGTON – U.S. Reps. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ) and Tom Reed (R-NY), both members of the House Ways and Means Committee, today praised the Senate Finance Committee for advancing their legislation that would incentivize businesses to hire qualified individuals that have been out of work for more than 26 weeks. The provision was included in the Expiring Provisions Improvement Reform and Efficiency (EXPIRE) Act, a package of “tax extenders” that have expired or will expire at the end of this year. The provision and its House companion, H.R. 3726, the Long-term Unemployed Hiring Incentive Act, would extend the successful Work Opportunity Tax Credit program to allow companies that hire long-term unemployed individuals to be eligible for a tax credit of up to $2400. The Senate amendment was sponsored by Senators Portman, Cardin and Warner.

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Habitat For Humanity Volunteer Recognition

Beginning Sunday, April 6th is Volunteer Appreciation Week! Habitat Bergen is very excited to thank our volunteers by providing them with house shaped Habitat cookies, t-shirt and other giveaways. We have a full calendar for the week so we would really appreciate it if we can get our volunteers some recognition for their hard work.

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Keep your Holidays Fresh and Delicious this Spring

After one long winter, spring is finally here!
Whether you celebrate Passover or Easter, Kings Food Markets, a gourmet food market located in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, is the one-stop destination for all of your holiday needs. Here is a sampling of our unique Easter products and innovative ways to transform your matzo during Passover, keeping your holidays fresh and delicious.

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Religious Freedom Bill Passes in Mississippi

American Family Association Says Bill Is Needed in Light of Assault on Religious Freedom

Mississippi legislators yesterday decisively passed a religious freedom bill that could allow state residents to sue over laws they say place a substantial burden on their religious practices.

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How to Build Your Mobile App Business with Cloud Computing

The mobile app market is a lucrative industry for developers and publishers. With the right idea for app platforms plus the development tools and business model, we can develop its economy and generate income from different channels.

Statistics validate the profitability and the opportunities in store for us. Distimo, a mobile app research firm, recently published a study indicating that Asia is the most lucrative mobile app market in the world, with 41% of global app revenue in December 2013 followed by a 31% share from North America and 23% from Europe.

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End-of-Life Group Urges Americans to “Make Your Plan” for National Healthcare Decisions Day, April 16

Advance Directives Are Key to Ensuring You Get Only the End-of-Life Care You Want
Since only one in four Americans has completed an advance directive indicating their end-of-life healthcare wishes, Compassion & Choices today urged all Americans to “Make Your Plan” for National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD) on April 16. Compassion & Choices is holding dozens of local events throughout the country to encourage and help people to discuss their end-of-life wishes with their families and fill out their advance directives.

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Paramus Coaches Dinner

The Paramus Recreation Commission recently held its Coaches Dinner at the Florentine Gardens in River Vale. This annual event is the Commission’s way of saying thank you to the hundreds of volunteer coaches that are vital to the programs offered by the Paramus Recreation Department.

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E. Drew Britcher Of Britcher, Leone & Roth, Llc Is Selected For Inclusion In New Jersey Super Lawyers For 2014

Co-Founder of Leading Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Firm Honored for Tenth Consecutive Year
E. Drew Britcher, a founding partner of Britcher, Leone & Roth, LLC in Glen Rock, N.J., has been named one of the top attorneys in New Jersey for 2014 by New Jersey Super Lawyers magazine. No more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. This marks the tenth consecutive year Britcher has made the list; the third consecutive year he has been named among the state’s Top 10, and the ninth consecutive year he has been named among the Top 100, by New Jersey Super Lawyers, in New Jersey.

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Patent Trolls Target US Businesses, Consumers Ultimately Foot The Bill

Patent asserting groups that bully businesses and entrepreneurs into paying licensing fees or settlements—as opposed to actually using the patents—are not new, especially in the technology space.
But during the last few years, the ranks of such patent trolls have grown—and they're using ever-aggressive tactics to target more businesses not usually linked to patent scuffles or intellectual property. More Main Street shops—including restaurants, retailers, hotels, real estate agents and credit unions—are getting threatening letters, alleging a variety of infringements.

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High Pollen Counts Plague Allergy Sufferers Local Urgent Cares Jammed with Patients

Happy to finally have a break from winter weather? Your eyes and nose may not thank you just yet. Red, itchy eyes, sneezing and runny noses are plaguing allergy sufferers across the nation as tree pollen counts surge to high levels. That’s why sufferers are flocking to local urgent cares like AFC/Doctors Express for a desperate dose of quick allergy relief. Even people who’ve never had allergy problems are seeing the doctor this spring as a yellow tide of pollen rolls in.

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Pascrell Statement on Supreme Court McCutcheon v. FEC Ruling

U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) today issued the following statement on the Supreme Court’s McCutcheon v. FEC ruling:

"With today's McCutcheon decision, the Supreme Court has taken a further step in limiting the ability of the voice of everyday Americans to be heard in our electoral process," said Rep. Pascrell. "When coupled with the Citizens United case, today's decision further undermines our democracy and shifts power to a handful of billionaires at the expense of the public interest. We must break this dangerous dependence on wealthy special interests by passing legislation like the Government by the People Act and restore the voice of the people."

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