BAGUIO CITY — The recent increase in fuel and farm input prices would cut off some 20% to 50% of the gross income of rose farmers.
BAGUIO CITY — The railroaded TRAIN hits us all.
BAGUIO CITY — Local Farmers will be among those who will suffer the most from the implementation of the new tax law, or the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN), according to Andres Wailan of the Alyansa dagiti Pesante iti Taeng Kordilyera (Apit Tako).
BAGUIO CITY — ACT Teachers Representative Antonio Tinio, Bayan Muna Representative Carlos Zarate and Anakpawis Representative Ariel Casilao petitioned the Supreme Court to “void” the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN).
BAGUIO CITY — Citing the provisions of the body created under the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA) on the representation of indigenous peoples (IP) in the local legislative functions, one of the councilors urged the support for an ordinance providing for IP mandatory representatives in the Baguio City Council and in qualified barangays.
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet — The municipal council of Kapangan, Benguet passed an ordinance on the implementation of forced evacuation as a “last resort” during disasters while penalizing violators.
The party-list system was then seen as a hallmark in the democratization of the Philippine government. Signed into law in March 1995, Republic Act No. 7941 or the Party-List System Act seeks to equalize the electoral playing field by providing a fifth of the seats at the House of Representatives to sectoral groups, organizations, and political parties of the marginalized.
BAGUIO CITY — Representatives from the three large scale mining companies operating in the Cordillera want a review of former President Benigno Aquino III’s Executive Order 79, saying that it hampered the growth of the mining industry.
VIGAN CITY — The Ilocos Network for the Environment (Defend Ilocos) challenged the officials of the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) in Region 1 to file appropriate charges against local governments who continue to violate the law on Solid Waste Management (RA 9003).
BAGUIO CITY — The draft of the city’s environment code faced more scrutiny from the local legislative body during the council session on June 20, 2016, amending loopholes targeted by the council members from the first reading.
BAGUIO CITY — Transport groups in the city petition the Supreme Court justices to declare the Public Utility Jeepney (PUJ) phase out and Joint Administrative Order (JAO 2014-01) jointly crafted by the Department of Transportation and Communications, Land Transportation Office and Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) unconstitutional.