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Medical and Livelihood

Baguio City: Hundreds of families, women's organizations, and individuals benefited from Cong. Mauricio G.Domogan's livelihood and medical assistance program this 2008.

The MGD medical assistance program coursed through the Baguio General Hospital,had 58 patients since the P1 million fund assistance was released October 20, 2008.The BGH reported that it had already released at least P607, 500 in 2008.

For the livelihood assistance program, Cong. Domogan allocated P2 million from his Priority Development Assistance Fund this year, one million higher than last 2007.

Ms. Betty Fang-asan of the Office of the City Social Welfare and Development Officer,(OCSWADO) the office tasked to implement the program, said that as of December, at least P1,639,000 has been given as loan assistance to beneficiaries.

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Law for more benefits for retired jurists signed

President Gloria Macapagal signed into law last Wednesday January 13 a law that would grant additional retirement, survivorship and other benefits to members of the judiciary.

The law that amends RA 910 is co-authored by Congressman Mauricio G. Domogan along with 20 other congressmen. The signing of the legislative measure came after the recent demise of two local retired Regional Trial Court judges, George C. Macli-ing and Valentine A. Marasigan. The two had been lobbying Congressman Domogan for the passage of the bill.

Congressman Domogan in a statement said that the signing of the amendatory law that would grant additional benefits to the surviving retirees and their beneficiaries would be a good tribute to the two judges who just passed away.

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The Man called Morris

From humble beginning to a respected and famous elder and leader

Gary, 38, is a private company employee, for him, fostering a culture of caring is “performing any deed,cooperating, and contributing anything big or small even to the extent of sacrificing for the betterment of Baguio City today and for the coming generation to come.”

I don't personally know the man but his achievements in life as a public official speak well of him. He has done and achieved what no Igorot has ever achieved for Baguio City, the summer capital of the Philippines, Is it God's gift, charisma, intelligence, or fate that pushed this man to be where he is today? Nobody knows, but one thing is sure, he worked for it and gained the trust and confidence of majority of Baguioites.

He is Atty. Mauricio “Morris” G. Domogan, the current congressman of Baguio City. Born and raised in Patiacan, Ilocos Sur, bordering the municipalities of Besao, Mountain Province and Mankayan, Benguet. As a young boy until his passing the Bar, he has shown the mark of the true leader –the epitome of a genuine statesman of the Cordilleras and Igorotlandia.

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ADVISORY

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS 2017

STATEMENT IN REPLY TO THE PUBLISHED OPEN LETTER OF BCDA PRESIDENT and CEO ARNEL PACIANO D. CASANOVA

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS
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Speech Delivered by Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan during the Cordillera Month Closing Ceremony
July 26 SLU-BC

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