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Gov’t willing to work with Poe to feed poor kids

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Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma: Prepared to work with Senator Poe  INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Malacañang is willing to work with Sen. Grace Poe in addressing hunger and malnutrition problems, especially among children.

Posted: October 29th, 2014 in Editors' Picks,Headlines,Nation | Read More »

Poe: No plans to run for president in ’16

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Sen. Grace Poe: Don’t read too much. Senator Grace Poe.  FILE PHOTO/PRIB

People should not read too much into her use of her father’s altanghap campaign line in her privilege speech on hunger, Sen. Grace Poe said on Tuesday, as she continued to be skittish when the topic of 2016 was brought up.

Posted: October 29th, 2014 in Editors' Picks,Headlines,Nation | Read More »

Grace Poe: I have no plans to seek presidency

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Senator Grace  Poe  FILE PHOTO

Senator Grace Poe is still resisting calls for her to run for higher office in 2016.

Posted: October 28th, 2014 in Latest News Stories,Nation | Read More »

Will Poe be alternative to Binay?

Political analyst Ramon Casiple said that Sen. Grace Poe (left photo) could be a strong contender if the results of 2013 senatorial election that Poe topped, her performance in the Senate and the latest ratings of potential presidential candidates, particularly the decline in the ratings of Vice President Jejomar Binay (right photo), who leads potential rivals in the 2016 elections, were taken into account. INQUIRER FILE PHOTOS

“It’s possible” that Sen. Grace Poe is positioning herself as an alternative presidential candidate in 2016, noting the senator’s mention of “altanghap,” a campaign slogan associated with her late father Fernando Poe Jr. (FPJ), according to the independent Institute for Political and Electoral Reform (Iper).

Posted: October 28th, 2014 in Latest News Stories,Nation | Read More »

15M PH kids hungry–Poe

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EYEING HUNGER  Sen. Grace Poe (left) calls for an increased budget for feeding programs for children like this tot (right), in a privilege speech at the Senate on Monday.  PHOTO OF SENATOR POE COURTESY OF THE SENATE/RIGHT PHOTO BY ARNOLD ALMACEN

It’s the paradox of our times: A great number of Filipinos, including 15 million children, remain hungry or malnourished while the Philippine economy continues to soar, Sen. Grace Poe lamented on Monday, as she called for concrete action to address this scourge.

Posted: October 28th, 2014 in Editors' Picks,Headlines,Nation | Read More »

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