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Congressman Manny Pacquiao Authored 7 bills

Despite of his very busy schedule, Congressman Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao still managed to author 7 Bills in the House of Representatives.

I got this news from Yahoo.com under Sun Star.

Despite his numerous absences in the House of Representatives' sessions, the eight-division world champion and lone district representative of Sarangani province has authored seven measures and co-authored 32 bills, according to the legislative information system.
The neophyte lawmaker is the vice chair of three House panels, including the committees on millennium development goals, poverty alleviation, and youth and sports development. He also holds 12 other committee memberships for the majority coalition.
Promising better lives for the people of Sarangani, Pacquiao filed House Bill No. 2379, which seeks to establish a tertiary provincial hospital in his province, to be named as the Sarangani Provincial Hospital. The proposed legislation is pending with the House committee on health.
Pacquiao had to miss plenary sessions for training and press tours on his successful bouts against Antonio Margarito in November 2010 and Sugar Shane Mosley last May. Despite his absences, Pacquiao received his full salary and allowance as a member of the House. After all, he is representing the Philippines.
 A picture of Pound for Pound Champ with President Benigno Aquino III in Malacanang Palace

Congressman Manny Pacquiao in an ambush interview

Here are some links about Manny Pacquiao’s political Career:

Manny Pacquiao sworn in as Sarangani congressman
Trading his gloves for a traditional barong, Pacquiao was among local officials who took their oaths of office in the capital of Sarangani province where he knocked out an entrenched political clan in the May 10 elections. Read More

Manny Pacquiao Declares 'Landslide' Congressional Win in Philippines
"It's a landslide!" an ecstatic Pacquiao, clad in jeans, sneakers and a Lacoste polo shirt, said excitedly 90 minutes after the polls closed nationwide Monday at 7 p.m., marking the conclusion of an electronic voting process that was surprisingly smooth despite scattered reports of violent uprisings, random attacks and at least six killings during the final days of voting. Read More

Congressman Manny Pacquiao, Representing The Fightin' Province Of Sarangani - by Tim Starks
We now live in a world where the best boxer in the world is also a congressman. Although it's not 100 percent official, pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao has claimed to win a seat in the Philippines by a "landslide," a remarkable feat for a remarkable man who's lived a remarkable life. Read More

Manny Pacquiao has been unstoppable in the ring, but what about in politics? - by Kurt Helin
Pacquiao has stepped in the ring -- he filed his paperwork. And like a good fighter, he has already taken a jab about the outgoing representative to see if it shakes loose a potential challenger. Read More
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