Your student loan interest has only gone up and has costed you thousands of dollars more than you should be spending!
Gillibrand has never been successful on student loan legislation
HERE ARE THE CURRENT STUDENT LOAN RATES TIED TO THE 10 YEAR US TREASURY NOTE;
I WANT TO REMOVE STUDENT LOAN INTEREST RATES FROM THE 10 YEAR TREASURY NOTE RATE AND AS ABOVE, CAP ALL GOV. STUDENT LOANS AT 3%!
What has Senator Gillibrand done in the last 11 years?
14 Bills passed; which are:
9 Post Office renamings
5 Senate versions of someone else's House Bill
Write me in to cap the student loan interest rate!!!
I WANT TO WORK WITH BOTH SIDES OF THE AISLE TO GET THIS DONE; SENATOR GILLIBRAND HAS FAILED TO DO THAT!
I have a special needs adult daughter who was 1 lb 4.2 oz at birth and has autism and seizure disorder. I also sit on the hospital and special needs dental committee for our state dental association.
WHAT WILL I DO THAT GILLIBRAND CAN'T?
Fund stand alone and Centers For Excellence access to general anesthesia for special needs children and adults that can't tolerate outpatient clinical dental care! I have provided services for special needs populations for years.
Fund and spread statewide mock travel days for special needs children and adults so they AND THEIR FAMILIES can navigate airports with less stress like the program in Albany. This program is called Autism Takes Flight and I want to spread it statewide and then nationwide! https://www.facebook.com/events/203315386819636
WE NEED TO GET BIG LOBBY MONEY OUT OF POLITICS and, GET TERM LIMITS IN PLACE!!!
The 2017 average debt for dental students is over $287,000; it does depend on whether you go to public or private schools. Regarding medical school, it ranges from $32-52,000 per year for 4 years. NYU just announced they are making tuition free for their medical students. As a U.S. Senator, I would lobby universities to do the same for other medical schools but also for dental school tuition. Many are sitting on hefty endowments that could be freed up to reduce costs for students.
When you go through dental and medical school, you go through textbooks and also clinical procedures on patients. However if you graduate medical school, or if you specialize in a form of dentistry, the certifying exams are all written and oral questions. There is no live clinical patient to get your medical licensure and this should hold true with dental school as well.
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Though there have been strides in modernizing medical and dental education systems, ethics training is still either poorly provided or under-provided in many curriculums.
Veterans in Politics, NY Chapter
Dr. Scott Noren, 58, lives in Ithaca, NY with his wife and two of his 4 children. In his spare time from a busy Oral & Maxillofacial practice and family life, he wrote two proposed Bills, one on student loan reform and another a small business loan program to stimulate job growth in anticipation of trying to take over this NY 23rd Congressional District House seat.
Dr. Noren has served on the Surrogate Decision-Making Panel of NYS for several years, serves on his local Dental District Committee and the State Hospital Dentistry and dental special needs Committee. Dr. Noren did his undergrad at University of Illinois at Chicago, Dental School at Loyola University of Chicago and Oral Surgery Residency at University of Missouri Kansas City. He served 6 years non-combat in the US Army and practices Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery in Ithaca, NY. He is the father of a special needs adult daughter who has autism and seizure disorder. Dr. Noren and his wife are very knowledgeable through experience on raising an autistic child and all the intricacies of doing so. Dr. Noren is a second generation American of Ukrainian-Russian immigrant grandparents. His father served in the Korean War and his mother was very active in the Jewish War Veterans organization in Chicago.
Dr. Noren wants to change the picture of politics into a GEM:
1) Getting really effective bills passed
2) Ending add-ons to Bills that ruin them
3) Making a difference in people's lives and their pocket books
His main focus is on major student loan reform including capping student loan interest at 3%, and abolishing compounding interest on student loans; better domestic jobs and renewal of manufacturing; a better clean energy policy; much more affordable and quality healthcare; maintaining a strong military but advocating for stronger world alliances. We need leadership that reflects our core values, not lobby-money influenced career politicians.
END HIGH STAKES TESTING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS! More teacher driven, autonomy in teaching and letting teachers drive the design behind each student's IEP with parental involvement!
I support Jewish education and the right to have a Jewish national identity in Israel. I also support Arab-Israeli Jews who are very patriotic to the country and work side by side with their Jewish neighbors. The reverse is of course true too.
Dr. Noren has been a local activist as well as advocating for changes in our national healthcare system for years. He has also been involved in the clean energy movement as well. He serves on the New York State Surrogate Decision Making Committee.
Dr. Noren began as a Fracktivist, supporting a federal ban on Fracking since 2009. He has a modest following on Facebook under his ‘Federally Ban Fracking’ page and has attended many anti-fracking rallies and demonstrations over the years. This activism progressed to his joining the local Democratic committees. Over the years, he noticed that legislation to help with student loans, small business capital, women’s equality and more has been talked about but never passed meaningfully.
Women deserve equal pay for the same jobs that men hold; instead of just talking about this, he wants to actually enact legislation that will help on this issue.
Dr. Noren writes a small medical column in his local community magazine and is involved with the opioid drug crisis, offering some unique insights to tackling this national emergency.
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Shirley Chisholm, the first African-American woman in the House was put on the agriculture committee and the media had a field day. "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" was the headline. He called her into his office and asked her if there were surplus crops in the U.S.? She said 'yes'! He asked if there were many poor women and children in the U.S.? She said 'yes'! Thus was born the WIC program and she credited this to Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn, the last Rebbe of the Chabad Lubavitch movement. The WIC program, although greatly expanded, still exists today; the joint effort between two very special people!