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House Approves Auto Bailout, But What of the Senate

by kace House voted on Wednesday to approve a $14 billion government rescue of the American automobile industry, but the bailout plan, which would provide emergency loans to General Motors and Chrysler, was in jeopardy because of strong Republican opposition in the Senate. Without immediate federal assistance, G.M. would be in danger of not paying its…

Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich’s “Pay to Play” Scandal

by kace Rod R. Blagojevich of Illinois returned to work on Wednesday amid whirlwind efforts across the state and country to remove him from office before he could make an appointment to the vacant United States Senate seat that is the root of a debilitating criminal case against him. The criminal complaint against Mr. Blagojevich included…

Importance of Korean Grocers

by kace, September 04, 2008 Importance of Korean Grocers The other day in the City Room Blog. Sewell Chan focused on the contribution to NYC that has been made by Korean green grocers: “Few immigrant groups are as closely identified with an occupational niche as Koreans with grocery stores. While mom-and-pop produce stores have become an…

Summer Internship – Certificate Ceremony

by kace

On August 22, 2008, the Korean American Voters’ Council 2008 Summer Interns officially finished their extended six week internship program and were honored in a celebratory party in which they received honors and certificates of merit from local politicians Congressman Gary Ackerman and Assemblywoman Ellen Young for their hard work and dedication in promoting voting…

Summer Internship – Certificate of Merit presented by Assemblywoman Ellen Young

by kace

On August 21, 2008, the Korean American Voters’ Council 2008 Summer Interns were invited to Assemblywoman Ellen Young’s office to receive a special certificate of merit in recognition of their hard work and dedication for the community over the last six weeks. The interns averaged approximately 130 hours accumulated participating in various community outreach initiatives,…

KAVC delivered 22 new voter registration applications to the Board of Election in Queens.

by kace

On  August 15th, 2008, KAVC delivered 22 new voter registration applications to the Board of Election in Queens.        It was the last day to hand in the voter registration applications for upcoming New York State Primaries on September 9th, 2008. The 22 new voter registration applications had been collected from Korean American community in Flushing for the…

Summer Internship – Washington, DC Field Trip

by kace

On July 30, 2008, the Korean American Voters’ Council and Serivce & Education for Korean Americans summer interns (8 from New York, 13 from New Jersey) participated in a special field trip which was organized in conjunction with the offices of Congressman Gary L. Ackerman and Congressman Scott Garrett to our nation’s capitol. After an…