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Washington, D.C.—Faleomavaega Announces Release of American Samoa Quarter (7/27/2009)

Congressman Faleomavaega announced today that American Samoa’s commemorative quarter has been released today by the U.S. Mint to the Federal Reserve banks.   …more »

Washington, D.C.—Faleomavaega Responds to Afoa Moega Lutu Regarding Minimum Wage and ASG Petition to President Obama (7/24/2009)
Congressman Faleomavaega announced today that he is responding to Afoa Moega Lutu’s statement regarding minimum wage and ASG’s petition to President Obama, as reported by KHJ News on July 15, 2009.   …more »

Washington, D.C.—American Samoa Government to Receive Over $1.2 Million in Discretionary Grant Award for Fitiuta Airport Improvement (7/21/2009)
Congressman Faleomavaega announced today that he has received notice from the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) informing him that $1,205,192.00 grant funding has been awarded for the Fitiuta Construct Aircraft Rescue & Fighting Building (Phase V).  This grant award is funded under the Airport Improvement Program (AIP).  …more »

Washington, D.C.—Faleomavaega Presents Dialysis Machines and Other Equipment to LBJ Medical Center (7/16/2009)
Congressman Faleomavaega announced the presentation of 11 dialysis machines and diagnostic and x-ray equipment to the LBJ Medical Center management Monday this week in a brief ceremony attended by Board of Directors Chairman Moananu Va, Chief Financial Officer Rick Nader, Chief of Medical Operations Dr. Aloiamoa Anesi, and other senior hospital management officers.  …more »

Washington, D.C.—StarKist Thanks Faleomavaega for Working to Formulate the American Samoa Protection of Industry, Resources, and Employment, or ASPIRE, Proposal (7/13/2009)
In a letter dated July 13, 2009, Mr. Don Binotto, President and CEO of StarKist, has thanked Congressman Faleomavaega for working with the cannery in the formulation of the American Samoa Protection of Industry, Resources, and Employment, or the ASPIRE proposal.  …more »