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Medicaid: E le maua tupe tele pe a le lava galuega fa’atino LBJ

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Na taua e le ta’ita’i o le Ofisa o le Medicaid a le malo i luma o le Komiti Soofa’atasi o le Paketi a le Fono Faitulafono i le vaiaso nei e fa’apea, e ui e agava’a le falema’i o le LBJ i tupe o le Medicaid, ae foliga mai e le lava a latou galuega fa’atino e mafai ai ona latou maua se vaega tele o lenei tupe fesoasoani mai le malo tele mo Amerika Samoa.
 



Amata aloaia iloiloga Paketi mo le Tausaga Tupe 2016

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O ananafi na amata aloaia ai iloiloga a le Komiti Soofaatasi a maota e lua a le Fono Faitulafono, mo le talanoaina o le Paketi a le malo o Amerika Samoa mo le Tausaga Tupe fou 2016.
 
O ulua’i molimau sa fesiligia e aofia ai le Teutupe a le malo ia Ueligitone Tonumaipe’a, ma le Fa’atonusili o le Ofisa o le Paketi a le malo ia Catherine Saelua, e tusa ai o alagatupe ua fa’amoemoe le malo e fa’atupe ai lana paketi mo le isi tausaga tupe fou.
 



Buccaneers waive 10, including draft pick Iosefa

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Seventh-round draft pick Joey Iosefa was among 10 players released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the first wave of cuts.

The rookie fullback out of Hawaii was waived Sunday, when the roster was trimmed to 80 players. NFL teams face a deadline Tuesday to get down to the league-mandated limit of 75 players for the final preseason game.



Silia $12 miliona maua Litaea mai le Pone i tupe tului

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E tusa ai ma molimau a le Komiti o le Litaea a le malo i luma o le Komiti o le Litaea a le malo o sui, i se latou feiloaiga sa faia i le vaiaso na te’a nei, na taua ai le silia i le $12 miliona le tupe tului (interest) e maua e le teugatupe a le Litaea i totonu o le 20 tausaga, mai le pone a le malo lea ua inivesi i ai tupe a le Litaea.
 



Mae’a polokalama fanau galulue gu’uaga o a’oga

“O le toe aso nai Moamoa,” na fa’atasia ai le fanau uma sa auai i le polokalama faigaluega mo tu’uaga o a’oga i lenei tausaga, ina ia fa’afetaia e le taiulu o le malo ma le aufaigaluega a le Matagaluega o Tagata Faigaluega, lo latou sao ua mae’a faia i lenei taimi na tautua ai i vaega eseese o le malo, ma pisinisi tua sa fa’afaigaluegaina ai i latou.
 



MASE: Leai se fa’aiuga Pulesili LBJ na sui e le Komiti Fa’afoe

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Na fa’ailoa e le taitaifono o le Komiti Fa’afoe a le LBJ i luma o le komiti o le Falema’i a le Senate i le vaiaso nei, e leai ma se fa’aiuga a le Pulesili a le falema’i na toe sui e le Komiti Fa’afoe, talu ona tula’i mai le tofa a Taufete’e John Faumuina e avea ma pulesili o le falema’i.
 



Amata pays a visit to Samoans in California

Source: Media Release, Aumua Amata's office

Congresswoman Aumua Amata was in Sacramento Monday, Aug 24 for a town hall meeting with the Samoan community there, and later met with the Native Hawaiians. She also met with Pastor Koroseta Va'a who runs a huge Food Bank, which she toured.

 

Discussions were held that day with the ever-growing Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Chamber of Commerce headed up by Mormon community leader Helaman Hansen.

 



Vevela felafolafoaiga a Faipule i le maota o sui

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Na fai si vevela o folafolafoaiga a afioga i ali’i ma tamai’ta’i faipule i le taeao ananafi, e mafua mai i se saunoaga sa lafo e le afioga i le ali’i faipule ia Toeaina Faufano Autele i le taimi o folafolaga a le maota o sui i le Aso Lulu na te’a nei.
 
E lei auai le afioga a Toeaina i le fonotaga a le maota o sui i le taeao ananafi.
 



Talavalu heads into round 3 after loss to PNG

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While the Federation Oceania Rugby Cup championship is heading to the third and last round of the tournament, the Talavalu’s hope to win the 2015 Oceania Cup in Papua Niu Guinea for the first time is now over, as they were defeated by the mighty Pukpuks side from PNG, in a tough match yesterday afternoon with a score of 36-22, to end the second round of the championship.

 



Pacific Edge is there for D.C. Samoan community

Pacific Edge recently took part in the Virginia Beach, VA Polynesian Festival held this year on August 8.

Pacific Edge promotes our Samoan culture, language, traditional wear, artists, and our values by providing education and information within the Washington D.C. Samoan community. 

 

Thank you Samoa News for keeping our families and friends informed about organizations like ours that promote Samoan culture and traditions abroad.



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