Explores maternity and paternity provision in workplaces and employers attitudes towards legislative changes due to come into force in 2017. Read the full report.
Gas and electricity: As sales of gas and electricity are considered to be sales of tangible personal property for sales and use tax purposes, certain utility companies must calculate the taxes due for metered service periods that include days before and after the July 1, 2011 in accordance with the following example:. Example 3: If a meter is read on July 5, 2011, with 30 days in the service period since the previous reading, 25/30ths of the charges for the period will be subject to the tax at the 6% rate that was applicable before July 1, 2011. The remainder, or 5/30ths of the charges for the period, will be subject to the 6.35% rate applicable to sales for periods on and after July 1, 2011. These fractions will change for each meter reading date. The following are the transition rules for Sales of Services: Payments made on or before May 4, 2011, for services provided before and after July 1, 2011, are not subject to additional tax. Payments made after May 4, 2011, for services provided on or ...
A crucial factor in the process of women with disabilities obtaining access to open employment is legislative change.. 1. To achieve this, the State government should:. a. Amend the Equal Opportunity Act (Victoria) to strengthen the prohibitions relating to discriminating against people with disabilities to ensure that adequate consideration is given to structural barriers which prevent people with disabilities from obtaining employment. This should include recognition of the additional structural disadvantages confronting women with disabilities seeking employment.. b. Remove prohibitions in the Act against ignoring provisions in other legislation which discriminates against people with disabilities.. c. Commit itself, in light of the current review of state industrial legislation, to removing legislative provisions which allow women with disabilities in sheltered employment and those on slow worker permits to be denied award wages and industrial rights.. 2. The Department of Labours Womens ...
The most significant achievement of Vladimir Putins team over the three years of his term of office is the realisation of legislative changes, which may constitute a base for further - more detailed - political and economic reforms. This is, to a certain degree, a return to the economic tasks set out by a team of reformists in the early 1990s, which were impossible to realise at the time due to conflicts between the Kremlin and legislative powers
A variety of forces are shaping the health care services industry, from the widespread adoption of digital to unpredictable policy shifts and legislative changes. Explore BCGs latest thought leadership for payers, providers, and services to learn how these changes could impact the way you do business.
A variety of forces are shaping the health care services industry, from the widespread adoption of digital to unpredictable policy shifts and legislative changes. Explore BCGs latest thought leadership for payers, providers, and services to learn how these changes could impact the way you do business.
A global public health crisis is looming as many bacterial organisms have, or are developing, resistance to antimicrobials, leading to increased deaths and escalating associated healthcare costs.. ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE is now one of the 3 greatest threats to human health … source WHO. NO ACTION today means NO CURE tomorrow!. A key goal of WomenAid International is to act as a catalyst for policy and legislative change whenever necessary. Currently most people are unaware of the very real risk posed by the increasing resistance to antibiotics. There is an urgent need to improve public knowledge and understanding of antimicrobial resistance and to develop civil society involvement in awareness raising, development and implementation of containment strategies and enhanced stewardship. WomenAid founder, Pida Ripley calls for urgent action to improve public knowledge and understanding of antimicrobial resistance and the need for enhanced stewardship; We need to campaign for robust policy ...
White Papers and Green Papersreceived since last Bulletin WHITE PAPERS are issued by the Government as statements of policy, and often set out proposals for legislative changes, which may be debated before a Bill is introduced. Some White Papers may invite comments.. GREEN PAPERS set out for discussion, proposals which are still at a formative stage.. All CONSULTATIVE and DISCUSSION documents which reach the House of Commons Information Office are included in this section. Inclusion in the Bulletin is for record purposes.. Not all discussion papers are published and put on general release: some are sent only to a predetermined list of consultees. This is a matter solely for the Department concerned.. Papers to which an ISBN and price are appended are normally available through The Stationery Office. For others, application should be made to the department concerned. External links provided in this section are correct as at the time of going to press, however they are not updated after that ...
In conditions of normality, a non-governmental organization must cooperate with the government for intervention in the common areas of action and interest.. ActiveWatch continues to offer expertise and be a dialogue partner for public authorities in the development of public policies and the promotion of the legislative changes that consolidate the constitutional state.. We wish to find, together, the best means of collaboration in order to effectively contribute in the public institutions decision-making process and in supporting the implementing of such decisions.. What follows is a short list of the contributions of ActiveWatch to the development of legislation in Romania:. ...
In conditions of normality, a non-governmental organization must cooperate with the government for intervention in the common areas of action and interest.. ActiveWatch continues to offer expertise and be a dialogue partner for public authorities in the development of public policies and the promotion of the legislative changes that consolidate the constitutional state.. We wish to find, together, the best means of collaboration in order to effectively contribute in the public institutions decision-making process and in supporting the implementing of such decisions.. What follows is a short list of the contributions of ActiveWatch to the development of legislation in Romania:. ...
CD236: Consultation on a proposed replacement for the licensing regime for adventure activities established under the Activity Centres (Young Persons Safety) Act 1995 in England This Consultation Document sets out proposals for replacement arrangements for adventure activities. Replacement arrangements are needed to implement the recommendation in the report Common Sense Common Safety to abolish the licensing of four specified adventure activities by the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority, which will occur following the necessary legislative change at a later date. The questions on the general characteristics of future arrangements will be of interest to providers of adventure activities, as well as their clients and others with an interest. The consultation closes on 21 September 2011. www.hse.gov.uk/consult/condocs/cd236.htm
by Shani O. Hilton. "You cant breathe, you cant sleep," said White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, as she described the stress of worrying about an aging parent who needs assistance, and explained the comfort she gets from knowing her own parents now have a live-in caregiver.. Without that caregiver, Jarrett says that she would have had to leave the Obama administration and move back to Chicago.. Yet the three million professional, long-term home caregivers today are faced with a rapidly aging Baby Boomer population and a lack of adequate support, compensation or respect. Tuesday in Washington, the National Domestic Workers Alliance held what they called a Care Congress, an event where they introduced a campaign to "transform long-term care." The campaign is designed to push legislative changes to Medicare and Medicaid - creating jobs by increasing the amount of money eligible people can spend on at-home care and allowing a rapidly aging population to avoid institutionalization.. The ...
2010 march] No More Fear by Dawn Richardson. [Jan 2007] Proposed Childhood Cervical Cancer Vaccine Mandate: Bad Policy, Questionable Science By Dawn Richardson and Rebecca Rex. Dawn Richardson is President and Co-founder of PROVE (Parents Requesting Open Vaccine Education) in Austin, Texas. An activist Mom who has built a statewide parent rights advocacy network, Mrs. Richardson led a highly successful twelve year public information campaign in Texas and in the Texas Legislature to promote awareness about vaccine safety, medical privacy and informed consent issues. Her work has contributed to positive legislative changes, including the passage of a statewide conscientious belief exemption to vaccination, the vacating of a gubernatorial executive order for mandatory HPV vaccines for 6th grade girls, and institution of medical privacy protections in a statewide vaccine tracking system and a newborn DNA storage system ...
Health stocks are highly sensitive to news about regulatory and legislative change. This week is another test with the latest Republican effort to repeal President Barack Obamas signature healthcare law.
The growing acceptance, use and demand for retail medicine is driven by rapid advances in digital technology, evolving demographic and cultural expectations and legislative changes in healthcare delivery-most of which were underestimated just a few years ago.. Retail clinics, which began operating in their present format in 2000, are medical clinics located in pharmacies, grocery stores and "big box" stores like Target and Walmart. These clinics offer extended weekend and evening hours, walk-in availability and short wait times. Many visits to retail clinics are in the evenings and weekends, when primary care offices are not available. The clinics treat a limited range of health conditions, such as minor infections and injuries, and provide vaccines and other preventive care. Care is delivered by a nurse practitioner or physician assistant. Prices are typically fixed and transparent.1. A key facilitator of retail (i.e., non-traditional site) clinics is the development of easy-to-use rapid ...
It was agreed that the separation of registration from licence to practice would help retired doctors who wish to remain on the register but do not have any clinical (or other practice). However, this will require legislative change and the Department of Health do not currently propose to bring forward any amendments to the legislation. However, it was agreed that each postgraduate training body would write to the Minister advocating for an appropriate change to the Medical Practitioners Act. ...
The Food Recovery Work Group, which I sponsored and was unanimously established by the County Council in October 2012, was asked to develop a report detailing how to create and implement a food recovery system in Montgomery County. This will be the first project of this type in any U.S. county. This implementation group is evaluating best practices; mapping existing resources; identifying ways to enhance communication among non-profits, organizations, service providers, and food suppliers; and recommending any needed legislative changes to assist in these efforts. The Council just received the work groups interim report, which included a recommendation to set aside funding in the FY14 Operating Budget to implement a food recovery network. In addition, the Crossroads Community Food Network proposed a way to duplicate what they do on a larger scale across the county, and increase access to fresh, local produce by multiplying the buying power of low-income shoppers through the "Fresh Checks" ...
Economies evolve and are subject to sudden shifts precipitated by legislative changes, economic policy, major discoveries, and political turmoil. Macroeconometric models are a very imperfect tool for forecasting this highly complicated and changing process. Ignoring these factors leads to a wide discrepancy between theory and practice. In their second book on economic forecasting, Michael Clements and David Hendry ask why some practices seem to work empirically despite a lack of formal support from theory. After reviewing the conventional approach to economic forecasting, they look at the implications for causal modeling, present a taxonomy of forecast errors, and delineate the sources of forecast failure. They show that forecast-period shifts in deterministic factors--interacting with model misspecification, collinearity, and inconsistent estimation--are the dominant source of systematic failure. They then consider various approaches for avoiding systematic forecasting errors, including intercept
Last year the Alaska House picked away at issues surrounding an in-state gas pipeline, moving three bills to the Senate. In July, the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. delivered its feasibility report to the Legislature, complete with a list of recommended legislative changes. House Speaker Mike Ch...
... is a retired three decade law enforcement veteran in Southern California, and private investigator with approximately 35 years of law enforcement and private investigative experience. He serves on several child abuse and victim advocacy group boards, is a contributing writer for several similar advocacy organizations and has authored a restraining order legislative change proposal to the California State Senate.. ...
N.S Memorial Institute of Medical Sciences (NSMIMS) is a prestigious multispecialty hospital located in N.H bypass, Palathara, Kollam. We are committed to bringing back the care into healthcare. Ours is the first specialty co-operative hospital in Southern Kerala. NSMIMS is one of the first ventures of Kollam District Co-operative Hospital Society. Our hospital is a tribute to Co-operative movements and the late leader, N Sreedharan. The hosp...Read more. ...
N.S Memorial Institute of Medical Sciences (NSMIMS) is a prestigious multispecialty hospital located in N.H bypass, Palathara, Kollam. We are committed to bringing back the care into healthcare. Ours is the first specialty co-operative hospital in Southern Kerala. NSMIMS is one of the first ventures of Kollam District Co-operative Hospital Society. Our hospital is a tribute to Co-operative movements and the late leader, N Sreedharan. The hosp...Read more. ...
By Fr. Frank Pavone, Director of Priests for Life The joint statement issued by Fr. Frank Pavone and Bill Baird expresses convictions that both have had for many years, and have discussed with each other in the past several years. Simply put, when there is a deeply divided controversy about fundamental rights, people on opposing sides might conclude that their opponents are stupid, and hence ignore them, or that they are evil, and hence attack them. We, instead, conclude that our opponents are our brothers and sisters, and hence that we should get to know them.. The statement does not call for compromise, nor for an end to the debate on these serious questions. Nor does it seek to create a "middle ground" position. Both sides, in fact, see themselves as fighting for fundamental rights that cannot be compromised. What the statement does address is the manner in which these causes are to be pursued, and the attitude to be taken toward those who disagree. As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, ...
The American Insurance Association issued the following joint statement with Property Casualty Insurers Association of America:. At its annual meeting, NCOILs Property& Casualty Committee unanimously approved sending a letter and resolution to the American Law Institute expressing concerns regarding the proposed Restatement of the Law, Liability...
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente & Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri Issue Joint Statement. County and City Officials have been monitoring the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and are in daily contact with federal and state agencies to ensure we are aware of any developments regarding this situation.. This is a serious matter that requires collaboration across all levels of government and the public. The information we are learning is consistently evolving due to the nature of the virus.. Based on the most updated information, and after consulting with public safety professionals, the City of Utica is postponing the St. Patricks Day Parade, which was scheduled for this Saturday (3/14), until further notice.. Individuals, especially the elderly population, can take the following actions to help keep themselves and their families as safe as possible;. ...
On the other hand when very similar in vivo experimental assessments are operate on sickle-mobile hemoglobin in whole purple blood cells, the procedure was only reversible around a specific duration of exposure time. After several several hours, the process could no longer be reversed. The explanations for this relate back to our before question of what was the exact outcome with the mutation around the crimson blood mobile and its contents. Each time a extensive-term sickled cell is broken open along with a ghost geared up, Despite having the hemoglobin extracted, additional hints the mobile retains its sickled condition. In-Textual content Issue 5: What could you hypothesize to get the cause of this phenomenon and how wouldnt it relate to the sooner conclusion that hemoglobin, not other mobile parts, are the internet site in the mutations result? In-Textual content Reply five The notion that sickle mobile anemia results from a specific amino acid substitution within a polypeptide was ...
Dr. Oz:  Produce farmers are committed to providing safe and healthy fruits and vegetables to consumers.  This is the same food they feed their own families.  The facts stand strong - the health benefits of eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables (both conventional and organic)...
17 January 2007 - Over the last two years the efforts of humanitarian agencies in Darfur have saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of civilians caught up in the regions conflict.
Dual disorders is a term applied to people who have an addictive disorder and another co-occurring mental illness. It is related to interacting neurobiological and environmental factors involved in behaviors of substance and non-substance related disorders. Nobody chooses to become addicted, and addiction is not a matter of weakness of will, a consequence of self-indulgent behaviour or a result of the mere pursuit of pleasure ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Organizational Factors that Influence Information Technology Diffusion in Academic Health Sciences Centers. AU - Ash, Joan. PY - 1997. Y1 - 1997. N2 - Objective: To identify the organizational factors which influence the diffusion of end user online literature searching, the computer-based patient record, and electronic mail systems in academic health sciences centers in the United States. Design: A total of 1335 individuals working in informatics and library areas at 67 academic health sciences centers in the U.S. were surveyed. Multivariate techniques were used to evaluate the relationship between the set of six organizational factors and two measures of innovation diffusion. Measurements: A Guttman-like scale was developed to measure infusion, or depth or sophistication, of each of the three innovations at each institution. Diffusion was measured by a question previously developed for another study. Six independent variables were measured via five formerly developed scales and ...
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The group photograph of the University Medical Unit on the opposite page was probably taken in the Government Civil Hospital at Sai Ying Pun in the early half of 1928. Seated in the centre front row is Prof John Anderson, who joined the University of Hong Kong (HKU) in 1923 as its first full-time professor in Medicine.1 The chair was established following donations by the Rockefeller Foundation. Prof Anderson graduated from Glasgow University in 1907 and was in private practice near Liverpool. During the First World War he served as a surgical specialist in the army. Later, in Egypt, he became interested in bacteriology and pathology. Prior to his arrival in Hong Kong, he spent time in the West Indies as a member of the Filariasis Commission organised by Sir Patrick Manson and the Seamens Hospital Society. He became Dean of the Medical Faculty in 1927 but left the University in 1928 to join the new Henry Lester Institute for Medical Research in Shanghai where he died in 1931 at the age of 52. ...
4.6 Qantas Group has a number of group-wide policy documents that are applicable to all of its business units, including QFF. These include the Qantas privacy statement (APP 1 privacy policy) and risk management policies, which are discussed separately later in this report. Additionally, QFF has developed a number of business unit specific policies and documents, including the QFF APP 5 collection notice, various QFF training materials and documents, and the QFF terms and conditions.. 4.7 A Qantas Group policy registry is kept by the Company Secretariat for all Qantas Group policies. Core Qantas Group policies are reviewed annually, and if any changes are made, they require approval of the Qantas Board (the Board). The policy is dated to reflect when it was last reviewed.. 4.8 Policies are also reviewed when major legislative changes occur, such as the significant amendments to the Privacy Act that commenced in 2014. QFF anticipated that the next such large-scale change would occur in 2018 to ...
The National Drug Policy of Uganda was first published in 1993. It was updated in 2002 to include new strategies to guide implementation and reflect legislative changes. The changes in the access to medicines landscape over the past decade have prompted Ministry of Health to revise the policy in 2015.. ...
Japan may be the worlds only liberal democracy thats also practically a one-party state. Since coming to power in December 2012, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has not only launched a radical bid to reflate Japans economy and pushed through legislative changes to expand the role of the armed forces overseas; he has also reversed years of progress toward a competitive two-party system. By marginalizing the opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), which had been unable to provide an effective alternative to his policies, Abe - as head of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) - brought Japan the political stability that it lacked from 2006 to 2012, when it replaced prime ministers every year.. But he also risks returning Japan to the sluggish policymaking that characterized the nearly half-century of uninterrupted LDP rule. Without a realistic threat to be unseated by an opposition party, the LDP could shrink from hard choices instead of implementing creative policies - like permitting more ...
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) scheduled tramadol as a Schedule IV substance -- whats the big fuss about tramadol that led to this decision Within the first 3 years of approval of tramadol in the U.S., the steering committee quickly began to realize that patients on tramadol indeed abused the. We can now confirm that legislation has been laid before parliament this afternoon (20th May ) and that the following legislative changes will come into force on Tuesday 10 June Tramadol will become a schedule 3 controlled drug (CD No Register POM), but will be exempt from. Safe Custody Regulations. Tramadol is to be used in Schedule 3 of the Dose of Drugs Regulations when it becomes a trustworthy substance later this tramadol schedule 3 2014 (), the Beginning has revealed.. ...
This chapter from the Annual Survey of Wisconsin Law covers in varying detail the principal 2012 court decisions and legislative changes affecting Wisconsin taxpayers and tax attorneys. Reprinted with permission from the 2013 edition of Annual Survey of Wisconsin Law, (c) State Bar of Wisconsin 2013. To order the complete Annual Survey or for information on other PINNACLE books, contact the State Bar of Wisconsin. ...
Introduction Sitting balance may be affected by stroke, resulting in functional impairment and reduced mobility. Early return of sitting balance predicts greater return of motor function and mobility after stroke. Task-specific therapy is effective but patients must be motivated to perform the exercises repeatedly for the greatest benefit. Virtual reality training (VRT) allows patients to do exercises while interacting with a video game interface. It is enjoyable and may encourage repetition of therapeutic exercises. Past work in our laboratory showed that standing balance exercises performed with VRT produced additional improvements in gait speed and leg function over traditional inpatient rehabilitation (1). Because of legislative change in Ontario most stroke rehabilitation inpatients today cannot stand independently. There have been no studies on the effect of VRT on sitting balance. Purpose To assess whether additional sitting balance exercises performed via VRT can improve sitting balance ...
STANFORD -- It is against the law to do bodily harm to any creature listed in the Fish and Wildlife Services "red book" of endangered species. Plucking a feather from a bald eagle constitutes harassment. Putting a bullet through its heart could lead to imprisonment under the Endangered Species Act. But what if loggers in need of jobs cut down an endangered animals forest home? What if ranchers want to graze their cattle in the meadows that harbor a rare insect? That question -- whether the Endangered Species Act should simply protect rare species from bodily harm or whether their habitats must be protected as well -- is before the Supreme Court and Congress. The court must decide whether to uphold or overrule a lower-court ruling that says, in effect, that it would be OK to fell the tree a bald eagle nests in, as long as you dont lay hands on the endangered bird itself. Congress is considering legislative changes to the act as well that would weaken protection of endangered species habitats ...
The Financial Reporting Council has opened a consultation on a slimmed-down draft of the Audit of Charities in the UK paper, which has been updated to take into account recent legislative changes.. Practise Note 11, as the document is otherwise known, is a reference for charity auditors across the UK used in conjunction with International Standards on Auditing (ISAs).. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has said its draft changes, the first made since the document was last updated in 2012, are due to developments in accounting and audit framework, including the issuance of a new charities SORP.. "Charities have also been the subject of extensive press, public and parliamentary interest of late, and this revision of the Practice Note seeks to incorporate lessons learned," the new document adds.. Its latest version is less than half the length of the current Practice Note, at 71 instead of 149 pages, which it says is due to a removal of guidance that could be found elsewhere.. The reviewed ...
The Human City Institute published a report Forty Years of Struggle: A Window on Race and Housing, Disadvantage and Exclusion on 20th October 2016.. The report highlights that legislative changes since the 1960s have been geared towards eliminating the discrimination that Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic "BME" people have suffered. Whilst this has reduced discrimination against BME people in housing to some extent, this does still exist. The report however concludes that the aims have not been fully achieved.. I do not intend on recreating the 50 page report here but have highlighted below some excerpts that stood out to me.. The report found that "[o]ne in ten BME people live in the worst 10 per cent of neighbourhoods in contrast to just 1 in 30 for the white population. BME people are also three times more likely than the white population to be residing in the 1 per cent worst living environments".. It also states that "BME households are today far less likely to own their homes, either ...
I have to say that the decision didnt come as too much of a surprise to me as I had been getting the vibes for some time that the taskforce was unlikely to come out in favour of legislative change. I dont believe its a huge blow however and I think that much more important steps are being taken to improve donation and transplant rates thanks to the governments acceptance in full of the task forces recommendations that came out in January. Thess aim to increase organ donation rates by 50% over the next 5 years and is based on the success of the Spanish system of organ donation. Contrary to what the media may be saying, Spain has the highest donor rates in the world because of its system not because of its presumed consent laws (and this is backed up by the man who set up their system ...
During 2013/14 the Ministry progressed a number of proposals for legislative change in the cultural sector. The Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa Act 2014 went through its final Parliamentary stages, and came into force on 1 May 2014, three months after Royal assent on 31 January 2014. The 2014 Act streamlines the governance of Creative New Zealand by establishing a single governance body with 13 members. The previous structure consisted of four governing boards with 28 members.. The Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act 2014 received Royal assent on 19 May 2014 and came into force on 20 May 2014. The Act reforms the governance arrangements of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust and changes the name of the Trust to Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga. It also streamlines archaeological consenting processes, establishes an emergency authority process, and modernises other provisions of the Act. Among other changes, the Act introduces the new category of wahi tupuna to better recognise ...
SN 95(5), 1995 Legislation Affecting the Sales and Use Taxes, the Admissions Tax, the Tourism Fund Surcharge and the Tire Fee Abstract: This Special Notice has been obsoleted in part by AN 2000(8) SN 95(5)1995 Legislation Affecting the Sales and Use Taxes, the Admissions Tax, the Tourism Fund Surcharge and the Tire Fee PURPOSE: This Special Notice describes 1995 legislation affecting the Sales and Use Taxes Act, the Admissions Tax, the Tourism Fund Surcharge and the Tire Fee. EFFECTIVE DATE(S): The dates of legislative changes are effective as noted herein. STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 1995 Conn. Pub. Acts 26; 1995 Conn. Pub. Acts 160; 1995 Conn. Pub. Acts 260; 1995 Conn. Pub. Acts 327; and 1995 Conn. Pub. Acts 359. CHANGES TO THE ADMISSIONS TAX: Effective July 1, 1995, the rate of interest on underpayments or deficiencies is reduced from 15% per year to 12% per year. The rate of interest paid on overpayments is reduced from 9% per year to 8% per year (1995 Conn. Pub. Acts 26, 26, 27, and 28). CHANGE
In the best interest of the health of all South Carolinians, the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), S.C. Hospital Association (SCHA), S.C. Medical Association (SCMA) and S.C. Office of Rural Health (SCORH) issue the following joint statement:. "DHEC, SCHA, SCMA and SCORH have come together to strongly urge all South Carolinians to actively help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and save the lives of our fellow residents by practicing physical social distancing and properly using face masks.. There is rapidly growing medical evidence that the use of face masks along with social distancing can greatly reduce the transmission of the COVID-19 virus in public spaces and places where people at higher risk of severe illness and death from this virus are likely to be present. We must all commit to wearing face masks in public spaces - if we all wear them, well all be protected.. Since the beginning of this public health crisis, our organizations jointly committed to protect the ...
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Alexandria, Va., (March 14, 2017) - NSBA Executive Director & CEO Thomas J. Gentzel and AASA Executive Director Daniel A. Domenech released the following joint statement in response to the U.S. Department of Educations new guide for states to use in the development of their education plans as required under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA):
JOINT STATEMENT AGREED TO BY PRESIDENT BUSH, PRESIDENT CHIRAC, AND CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER Debt reduction is critical if the Iraqi people are to have any chance to build a free and prosperous Iraq. Therefore, France, Germany, and the United States agree that there should be substantial debt reduction for Iraq in the Paris Club in 2004, and will work closely with each other and with other countries to achieve this objective. The exact percentage of debt reduction that would constitute "substantial" debt reduction is subject to future agreement between the parties. ###. ...
Joint statements of Foreign Minister Kotzias and the Foreign Minister of Albania, Ditmir Bushati, following their meeting (Foreign Ministry, 21 March 2016) Top Story Current Affairs
|So, NOW the insurance industry finally comes around, saying it can reduce costs! Gosh, what were they waiting for? The threat of a public health care option, thats what.Dont let them fool you, and keep the heat on your elected representatives for real reform.All the industrys proposal will do is cut a mere 1.5%