JERSEY CITY – In a tweet posted on Saturday night, Jan. 13, Mayor Steven Fulop reversed his campaign promise to only serve two terms.“I assure u I’m running for mayor for another term to fight for Jersey City if others want to try to stop progress for political gain. #JerseyCity mayor has no term limits. I’m thankful for 78% in the last election. I’m in good shape,” he said.
continue reading » The CFPB has issued a request for information (RFI) on its remittance rule – a positive sign for the industry as the bureau considers possible changes to the rule. NAFCU has long expressed concerns about the rule’s highly burdensome compliance costs and urged the bureau to exempt credit unions from the rule.“NAFCU has long argued that credit unions should be exempt from all CFPB rulemakings, including its remittance rule,” said NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger. “The remittance rule imposes overbearing compliance costs, which have effectively prevented many credit unions from providing assistance to consumers in need.“The rule, as it stands, pushes countless consumers away from credit unions and into the waiting arms of shady, fly-by-night entities that may do consumers harm. We appreciate the CFPB’s commitment to reviewing the rule, and we look forward to continuing to work with them throughout the process,” Berger added. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
“As soon as the conditions are right, we’ll finish the championship,” said federation president Gabriele Gravina yesterday.Speaking to Sky Sports Italia, he added: “Soon, there will be a meeting. We will establish the procedure which we will then communicate.“We will start, I hope, at the beginning of May with tests to ensure that players are negative and training can follow.“Will we play through the summer? We don’t have a deadline but the idea is to finish the championships.”Italy has been one of the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis, and players at a number of clubs have been infected.Juventus lead the Italian top flight, one point ahead of Lazio and nine clear of third-placed Inter Milan.Brescia President, Massimo Cellino, whose side are bottom of the table, has said he is ready to forfeit the club’s remaining gamesif the season resumes.Last week, German teams became the first from Europe’s top leagues to return to training,with precautions in place.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Italian Serie A plans to test all players including Nigeria stars William Troost Ekong (Udinese), Victor Moses (Inter Milan) and Ola Aina (Torino) for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) before the competition could restart.The Coronavirus Pandemic has killed more than 20,000 people in Italy alone. Serie A has been suspended since 9 Marchbecause of the global pandemic.There is no set date for when the campaign can resume in Italy, with 12 full rounds and four outstanding fixtures still to play.