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AKO BICOL discusses Free Irrigation with Solons

An in-depth discussion with House Minority Leader Suarez, Rep. Sambar and Sec. Pete Laviña of National Irrigation Administration regarding Ako Bicol Party List and Deputy Minority Leader Alfredo A. 17 more words

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AKO BICOL attends meeting of Legislative Franchises

AKO BICOL Rep. Rodel Batocabe appeared at the Committee meeting of the Legislative Franchises to discuss about the granting and renewal of licenses to operate for the Subic Broadcasting Corporation, Gulf Waves Communications Corporation, and Now Telecom Company.

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AKO BICOL attends committee meeting on Overseas Workers Affairs

Giving prime importance to the welfare of the OFWs, AKO BICOL Rep. Rodel Batocabe is present at the meeting of the House Committee on Overseas Worker Affairs. 25 more words

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1986 CIA Document Entertaining 'Possible Scenarios' for Overthrow of Syria

(Pretty much a worthless document, it’s about as newsworthy as Noam Chomsky is now. The House Committee on Assassination sounds more fun- ED)

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Hot off the Press and Coming Attractions, Feb.-March 2017 lists now available

Hi, all!

Srsly. It’s coming up on FREAKING MARCH already. I know. It feels like it’s been a year rather than a month and we all know why that is and we’re all wrung out and strung out and freaking out, but y’know what? 163 more words

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AKO BICOL attends House Committee on Ways and Means

AKO BICOL Rep. Rodel Batocabe is at the House Committee on Ways and Means to tackle the amendments proposed by different lawmakers on the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997. 21 more words

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AKO BICOL attends meeting of the Committee on Legislative Franchises

AKO BICOL Reps. Rodel Batocabe and Alfredo Garbin Jr. are in attendance at the meeting of the Committee on Legislative Franchises. Different legislative measures filed were discussed, including the renewal of franchises of Now Telecom, Beta Broadcasting System, and Subic Broadcasting Corporation.

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