Monthly Archives: September 2021

CD 20 debate shows broad agreement on the topics, contradicting experiences

With little disagreement between them on issues such as affordable housing, gun control, and expanding Medicaid to more people, the Congressional District 20 contestants’ debate on Wednesday turned into an experience contest on any subject. Trinity Health Services CEO Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick, Repetitions. Bobby DuBose and Omari Hardy, Broward District Representative …

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Governor Wolf signs bills to protect public health measures

Today, Governor Tom Wolf signed the House Bill 1774, House Bill 1861 and House 184. House bill 1774 amends Actieving Better Care by Monitoring All Prescriptions Program (ABC-MAP) Act to allow additional personnel to access information about Pennsylvania’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. After the Opioid Disaster Statement expires in August, …

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How an 11 foot tall 3D printer helps create a community

Square feet Almost any object can be created using three-dimensional printing. A partnership in Mexico is testing this theory and building a village for residents living in poverty. Pedro García Hernández, 48, is a carpenter in the southeastern Mexican state of Tabasco, a rainforest-covered region of the country where around …

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The power to be Latinx.

“Hello everyone, I’m Andrés Cantor. Welcome to Entérate with Verizon. “ The man, the legend, Andrés welcomed everyone to the latest episode of Entérate con Verizon. The famous sports presenter is the main story of this episode, a special celebration of the Month of Hispanic Heritage by El Poder de …

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The effectiveness of the ECB’s euro liquidity lines

Silvia Albrizio, Ivan Kataryniuk, Luis Molina Sánchez, Jan Schaefer September 29, 2021 Central banks’ swap and repo lines have been used extensively over the past decade to provide liquidity in the currency markets in times of crisis (e.g. McCauley and Schenk 2020, Aizenman et al. 2021). During the Covid-19 pandemic, …

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BlueConduit and Google.org Announce Coalition to Help Communities Quantify and Locate Dangerous Lead Service Lines

Mountain view, California –– Today, Google org announced $ 3 million in grants BlueConduit Charity fund, NRDC (Defense Council for Natural Resources) and WE ACT for environmental justice to support the equitable replacement of lead service lines. The grants will fund the development of BlueConduit’s open source machine learning technologies, …

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Homeschooling increases during the pandemic

Willow Polizzi, now ninth grader, made crystals in eighth grader last year. In recent years homeschooling has made its way into the United States. It is no coincidence that it reflects the start of the pandemic when classroom teaching was in flux and many parents felt they had no choice …

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New PG&E security measures in fire-prone areas lead to an increase in unplanned power shutdowns

Ask anyone in California’s forested communities if they would tolerate more blackouts in exchange for preventing devastating wildfire. The answer is likely a simple yes. However, local residents complain that a new, experimental system installed on its circuit breakers in fire-prone areas to more aggressively disconnect electricity to prevent forest …

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Risk management calendar: October-November 2021

With the fall harvest dominating your days, keeping an eye on risk management may be secondary. To keep track of price protection options, Progressive dairy provides monthly online updates of key dates and reports on risk management tools. Market leader Supply, hot temperatures, and tight income margins impacted US milk …

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Church courses, employment agencies promote autonomy in terms of time | News, sports, jobs

An employee of the new Deseret Industries in Houston, Texas helps customers April 15, 2021. (Courtesy Intellectual Reserves) Deseret Industries employee Vivian Sapkin (left) receives instructions from Ben Maradiaga, manager of Sugarhouse DI and Christy Peterson, manager of Sugarhouse ERC. (Courtesy Intellectual Reserves) Angelia Call, Center, meets with employees at …

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Findings from the Evergrande crisis for Indian investors

Would you like to know how the Evergrande crisis could develop for Indian investors? Listen to this fictional water cooler conversation between stock analyst Sarojini, investor Balan and banker Mukherjee. Sarojini: What a rally in the Sensex! I think it’s partly a relief that Evergrande hasn’t (technically) defaulted on interest …

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Rebecca Maurer files complaint against incumbent Anthony Brancatelli over conspiracy with Kevin Kelley’s Council PAC

Rebecca Maurer, Cleveland’s 12th District City Council candidate, has filed a complaint with the Ohio Elections Commission, arguing that the Council Leadership Fund, a political action committee controlled by Council President and candidate mayor Kevin Kelley, does far more than that maximum legally allowed for the incumbent has donated to …

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Community Spotlight: Humanities, Our Journey

The Mannie Jackson Center for Humanities Foundation opened in 2012, a hundred years after the racially segregated Lincoln School opened. The foundation’s vision was to understand how people interact with their environment and respond to their realities. This type of translational research was designed to use a humanities language to …

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Do environmental factors cause ADHD?

When it comes to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you may be wondering whether nature or upbringing is the biggest part in causing it. For example, suppose more than one of your children has been diagnosed with ADHD. You may be wondering if you are doing something to cause it. …

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Faith Hospice presents plans for a grief center

Faith Hospice has announced plans to build a grief support center at its inpatient facility in Trillium Woods to meet the growing need for grief counseling in West Michigan. The Grief Support Center 8214 Pfeiffer Farms Dr. SW at Byron Center provides services such as educational resources, one-on-one counseling, bereavement …

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Executive winners reflect the impact of the awards

Jodi Miller (Greater Philadelphia Jewish Federation) The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia began honoring young leaders in 1958 and today awards three annual awards: the Myer and Rosaline Feinstein Young Leadership Award, the Mrs. Blanche Wolf Kohn Young Leadership Award, and the Jack Goldenberg Young Leadership Award. Eligible candidates must …

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Governor Newsom signs laws to strengthen access to reproductive health care, protect patients and providers, and forms new advisory group on reproductive freedom

AB 1356 strengthens protection both online and in healthcare facilities for patients seeking reproductive health services AB 1184 protects the personal rights of those who receive sensitive health services, such as: Governor overturns California’s Council on the Future of Abortion, convened by reproductive rights and justice organizations to secure and …

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Rock Springs Council rejects tax hike information campaign

FRESHWATER COUNTY – Rock Springs City Council unanimously voted at its meeting today to reject a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the County and City of Green River on a one-cent, multi-purpose sales tax information campaign. Both the Sweetwater County Commissioners and Green River City Council unanimously approved the conclusion …

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Unparalleled experience in the crisis | Message center

publisher’s Note : Make a note of the dates and take part in Rebel Homecoming: Rebels Return 18.-22. October! One of the many events is the Annual Alumni Awards Dinner, which recognizes exceptional personalities who represent the ideals of higher education and the pride of the rebels. Here is one …

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Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to Present Webinars in September for Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month | news

SHORT HILLS, NJ, September 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation will host several webinars in late September to celebrate Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. Topics range from college living while living with paralysis to exploring advocacy efforts with Reeve Regional Champions, a joint presentation …

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Northern Panhandle Walk to End Alzheimer’s Set on September 26th at the Oglebay Resort in Wheeling, West Virginia | WV news

WHEELING, W.Va. (WV News) – The Oglebay Resort in Wheeling will be the location of this year’s Northern Panhandle Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sunday as the walk returns for a face-to-face event. Multi-colored flowers, each representing a person’s connection to Alzheimer’s disease, will be seen in the park as …

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State imposes one-year ban preventing insurance companies from abandoning those affected by the Caldor and Dixie fires – CBS Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CBS13 / AP) – Homeowners and tenants in 22 counties in northern California are guaranteed not to lose their home insurance policies for the next year after the state announced a moratorium on Monday for people living near recent forest fires. State law temporarily prohibits insurance companies from …

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State imposes one-year ban preventing insurance companies from abandoning those affected by the Caldor and Dixie fires – Good Day Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CBS13 / AP) – Homeowners and tenants in 22 counties in Northern California are guaranteed not to lose their home insurance policies for the next year after the state announced a moratorium on Monday for people living near recent forest fires. State law temporarily prohibits insurance companies from …

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Crossroads Club and Support Calendar | Local news

Monday Parkway Church Atrium / Café 4802 N. John Stockbauer Drive 6.30pm-8.30pm Pathway provides a safe place to find peace, freedom, and Christian fellowship while healing from life-defining problems caused by loss, abuse, divorce, loneliness, self-esteem problems, addiction, broken hearts and more. Sky restaurant 236 Foster Field Drive Noon-1 p.m. …

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Temps and wind increase on Sunday

The Minnesotans enjoyed plenty of sunshine and pleasant temperatures as well as pleasant dew points on Saturday. The maximum Saturday afternoon temperature in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was 78 degrees. This is a few degrees warmer than our average twin cities on September 18 with 72 degrees. Sunday will be …

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Youth Leadership holds conference on September 20th

Local high school graduates will receive leadership training and learn who will receive a portion of $ 9,000 in scholarships at Bartholomew County’s leadership training conference on Monday at The Commons. The event is aimed at the approximately 150 high school students who are part of this year’s YLBC program, …

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Become a student leader, apply for ASOCC | news

Orange Coast College’s Associated Students are seeking students to join the Board, Fiscal Affairs Council and various government committees for the 2021-2022 school year. The online application ends on September 27th at 12 noon. “Student management is a great way for students to get involved, represent other students, and organize …

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Call for Papers: International Symposium on Management Land and Water for Climate-Smart Agriculture 2022

Interested contributors have until January 31, 2022 to submit abstracts for the IAEA’s International Symposium on Land and Water Management for Climate-Friendly Agriculture, which will take place from July 25 to 29, 2022 at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna, Austria . Agriculture faces enormous challenges in meeting the increasing food …

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Nothing is constant but change

Nothing is constant except change. Without going into Heraclitus, Aristotle or Chinese philosophy, we are experiencing rapid change. Can you feel it I haven’t seen this cultural change since the late 1960s. It’s radical and extreme. Alvin Toffler, author of “Future Shock” and “The Third Wave” described Future Shock as …

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What happened to the Lebanese economy?

A gas station with no available gas. (Sabri Ben Achour) Drive down any major street in Beirut these days and you will come across a line of barely moving cars, taking up an entire lane, and winding their way for a block or even a mile. These are gas pipes. …

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