POCAN


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POCANPrevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Wisconsin)
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"No student should be harassed or cyberbullied for who they are, or who they love," says Pocan, who added that, according to a 2014 study, 1 in 5 college students are victims of cyberbullying and LGBTQ students are nearly twice as likely to face harassment than their peers.
Next, new Pocan BFN4221 has a glass fibre content of 20 percent.
"Unfortunately, this data does not identify cooperatives directly," Royce and Pocan note in their letter.
Royce and Pocan will co-chair the newly-formed bipartisan caucus, which was created in conjunction with the NCBA.
The LANXESS Gastonia facility produces the high-tech plastics Durethan (polyamide) and Pocan (polybutylene terephthalate), which allow automotive engineers to design lighter-weight plastic components to replace metal parts in cars, contributing to fuel efficiency and reduced emissions.
In a race to replace Tammy Baldwin in the 2nd Congressional District of the US House of Representatives, longtime State Assemblyman Mark Pocan easily defeated newcomer State Assemblywoman Kelda Helen Roys.
The company says that it will be the first compounding facility in the USA for the high-tech plastics Durethan and Pocan. The facility represents an initial investment of 10 million Euros and is expected to create up to 55 new jobs locally.
These facilities will start producing the high-tech plastics Durethan (polyamide) and Pocan (polybutylene terephthalate) at the beginning of 2012.
A state-of-the-art compounding plant started production of Durethan and Pocan last month on the site of Lanxess Wuxi Chemicals Ltd.
Perhaps due to its flexibility and bipartisan origins, comprehensive planning has been "wildly popular," says State Representative Mark Pocan (D-Madison).