“Malacañang must learn to respect dissenting views,” Liberal Party members said on Tuesday following reports that a journalist had been barred from entering the Malacañang Palace.
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Two senators are urging the government to immediately implement buffer measures to soften the blow of a rapid rise in commodity prices and service fees as a result of the enforcement of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law.Read more
Senator Bam Aquino on Saturday expressed fear that the Tax Reform Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law will kill jobs and livelihood in the country due to rising prices of goods and services.
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Sen. JV Ejercito bared on Wednesday that he and other re-electionist senators had been discussing the possibility of “banding” together for the 2019 midterm elections.
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Four senators have signified their interest to be coauthors of the resolution of Sen. Panfilo Lacson to convene the Senate into a constituent assembly (Con-ass) as lawmakers continue to be divided on the mode to amend the 1987 Constitution.Read more
Senators voted 13-0 on Monday to approve on third and final reading a bill that would encourage Filipino scientists, engineers, and innovators abroad to return to the country by providing them with more benefits.
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A year after the burial of former President Ferdinand Marcos Sr. at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, minority senators rallied the public to “never forget” and “make their voices be heard.”
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The “Zero Food Waste bill” is yet another casualty of fake news, Senator Bam Aquino said on Sunday as he lamented some dubious blogs which falsely branded the bill as meant to serve leftover food to the poor.
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