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Houston Police Officers Endorse Sylvester Turner for Mayor

The Houston Police Officers Association has endorsed St. Rep. Sylvester Turner for mayor of the City of Houston.

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Houston Fire Fighters Endorse Sylvester Turner for Mayor

State Rep. Sylvester Turner has earned the endorsement of the Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association in this year’s mayoral race, the HPFFA said today.

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Sylvester Turner Kicks Off Mayoral Campaign

Sylvester Turner knows Houston works best when it works for all of us. Sylvester went from sharing one room with eight brothers and sisters to attending Harvard Law School, founding a successful small business and becoming a champion in our legislature for strong schools, quality health care and affordable electricity rates for seniors.

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Boxer Statement on Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid

U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) issued the following statement today after Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) announced that he will not seek reelection in 2016:

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State Representative Pens House Resolution Commemorating TSTC

State Representative Kyle Kacal, R-College Station, authored House Resolution 825 last week commemorating Texas State Technical College's 50th anniversary and honoring its administration, staff and students.

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Volunteers Needed - Comcast Cares "Making Change Happen In The Community"

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED April 25, 2015 ~ 8:00am - 12:00pm Comcast Cares "Making Change Happen In The Community"

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Engaging Young People in State of Black America Dialogue

At the National Urban League, we never forget that young people are not only future of our movement, they are its lifeblood. And this week, the students of Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York, and its College Preparatory School, proved the future is in good hands.

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Statement by the Press Secretary on the Passage of the Senate Budget

Following in the footsteps of their House colleagues, Senate Republicans today voted in favor of a budget that relies on top-down economics and gimmicks. The Senate Republican budget refuses to ask the wealthy to contribute a single dollar to deficit reduction, putting the entire burden on the middle-class, seniors, low-income children and families, and national security. Senate Republicans voted in favor of locking in draconian sequestration cuts to investments in the middle class like education, job training and manufacturing and also failed to responsibly fund our national security, opting instead for budget gimmicks, an approach that now faces procedural hurdles put in place by their own party.

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The Desegregated Prayer

On the 50th Anniversary of Dr. King's Speech in Montgomery, Gov. George Wallace's Daughter Prays with Leaders of The Reconciled Church

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AJC’s Consular Corps Passover Seder “Journey to Freedom”

For years, AJC has welcomed members of the consular corps to a special Chanukah event and spring luncheon. This year we begin what we hope will become a community tradition, the consular corps seder.

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