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In Jersey City, progressives band together to face Team Fulop

If you are going to face the big kids in the neighborhood, it is worth having friends by your side. This appears to be the strategy of a group of candidates from Jersey City challenging the slate of candidates led by Mayor Steven Fulop. A first indication of this informal alliance came on July 27 when Council general candidate Chris ...

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Exxon kicked out of carbon tax alliance after lobbying scandal

Exxon Mobil Corp. was suspended from the Climate Leadership Council, a pro-carbon tax group backed by conservation groups and some of the world’s biggest companies. The move comes just weeks after an Exxon lobbyist was secretly recorded by Greenpeace saying the oil giant expressed support for a carbon tax only because it knew such a policy would be nearly impossible ...

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Mayor’s Mentoring Alliance Advisory Board Applications Accepted – WSOC TV

The Mayor’s Mentoring Alliance is currently accepting applications from potential members to join the MMA Advisory Board for fiscal year 2022. Applications will remain open until August 30, 2021 at 11:59 pm. Position Available: Member of the At-Large Advisory Board An At-Large member is responsible for supporting at least one of the committees of the MMA Advisory Board: the Education ...

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Isle of Wight’s youngest councilor votes after election victory

The Isle of Wight’s youngest councilor was elected following a successful campaign in the Newport and Carisbrooke Community Council (NCCC) by-election. An empty seat was filled at the NCCC in the Carisbrooke and Gunville neighborhoods yesterday (Thursday, August 5) by 18-year-old Matthew Ambrosini, who won with a majority of 75 votes. Cllr Ambrosini, a student at Cowes Enterprise College, turned ...

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Public school advocates unite after deadly budget battle

A week after the Wisconsin legislature voted in a special session on school funding called by Gov. Tony Evers without taking any action, Evers told a group of statewide public school advocates that the state budget he signed is “far where we should be” when it comes to supporting education. Governor Tony Evers signs the 2021-23 biennial budget at Cumberland ...

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Helping Maine’s deer survive the winter is the focus of the Presque Isle reunion

National and local wildlife and conservation experts will host a meeting in Presque Isle next week for anyone interested in understanding a new law to help Maine’s deer population better survive extreme winters. NEAR ISLE, Maine – National and local wildlife and conservation experts will host a meeting in Presque Isle next week for anyone interested in understanding a new ...

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Each existing alliance in the game

Many alliance formations have changed the Big Brother 23 recently, and we’re breaking down all the existing alliances that fans should be paying attention to right now. Kyland Young’s experience as head of the household was a pleasant breeze from Brandon Frenchie’s chaotic reign over HOH in week 1. Therefore, new alliances had to be formed, while existing alliances had ...

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Police statement on Cannonier / Watson case

Police have confirmed that Sophia Cannonier and Michael Watson are “inside their home under surveillance by BPS agents”. In a press release this afternoon [July 20], a police spokesperson said: “Following a breach this morning at the Cannonier Watson Residence, the Bermuda Police Department [BPS] can now confirm that the family is in their residence which is supervised by BPS ...

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‘Unprecedented’ Alliance Against China, Crypto Investment Streams, and More News

Source: Adobe / bbbar Get your daily digest of crypto-asset and blockchain news – by investigating the stories that go under the radar of today’s crypto news.____ Political news “Unprecedented group” of allies and partners – including the European Union, the United Kingdom and NATO – join the United States in exposing and criticizing the malicious cyber activities of the ...

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Murder of Haitian president risks sparking new gang violence in Caribbean country

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — In the days following the shooting death of the Haitian president, Jimmy Cherizier, leader of a powerful gang alliance here calling himself the G9, posted an exhortation on YouTube, calling for his supporters to rise up against the country’s oligarchs and seek justice for the murdered leader. “We are ready for war,” said Mr. Cherizier, a former ...

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Marion’s social justice activists call for action and unity

The Marion Alliance for Racial Equity hosted its first event of the year, focusing on the theme of unity Caleb mccullough Jul 17, 2021 7:20 PM Marion Alliance for Racial Equity co-founder Janessa Carr speaks at a Marion Unity rally at the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection on Saturday. The rally was organized by the Marion Alliance for Racial Equity. ...

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BPaL treatment remains effective against tuberculosis, according to Zenix trial by TB Alliance

Read the article The results of the study were presented ahead of the oral presentation of the abstract at the 11th IASHIV Scientific Conference next week. The TB Alliance’s ZeNix trial in South Africa and Eastern Europe aimed to reduce linezolid exposure and optimize a 6-month treatment plan. ZeNix, a Phase III clinical trial conducted at 11 sites in Georgia, ...

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Williamson County’s new homeless group home to open in fall

The county’s first group home to help the homeless will not open this month as scheduled. The house, made possible through grants and donations obtained by the Williamson County Homeless Alliance, was originally scheduled to open in July, but alliance co-founder Kevin Riggs told the Tennessean that the date of opening would likely be in the fall due to not ...

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Finished first in all-around in Savannah, GA

Western Branch Senior Brianna Schluneker has been doing gymnastics for several years and suffered several injuries during her performances. “I broke several bones, suffered a tear in the labrum and also had hip injuries recently,” she said. “I have developed chronic pain but love gymnastics.” About a year after successfully undergoing hip surgery, Schluneker was at the top of his ...

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H2 Green Steel joins European CEO Alliance bringing its expertise in hydrogen and carbonless steel

H2 Green Steel joins European CEO Alliance bringing its expertise in hydrogen and carbonless steel H2 Green Steel has joined a cross-sectoral European CEO alliance bringing its expertise in hydrogen and carbonless steel to further support the EU’s Green Deal and reduce carbon emissions by 55% by 2030. The alliance issued policy recommendations ahead of the European Commission’s Fit for ...

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Silver Fern Farms to phase out charcoal by 2030 and embrace regenerative agriculture

Mary-Jo Tohill / Stuff Silver Fern Farms will stop using coal in its factories by 2030. Silver Fern Farms, the country’s largest meat processor, has pledged to end the use of coal in its factories by 2030, ahead of government targets. Co-chair Rob Hewett told the company’s supplier shareholders at its annual Farmers’ Conference in Wellington on Thursday that the ...

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The Python Challenge Begins | Events

Photos by Katie Murphy of the Alliance for Florida National Parks There is only one competition that interests the Burmese python: to be the next ruler of the swamp. But the Alliance is here to help end his rule. Governor DeSantis recently announced that the Florida Python Challenge will now be held annually – and the sporting event will begin ...

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judge upholds order banning Selah from removing anti-racist group signs | Crime and courts

A federal judge formalized his previous order prohibiting Selah city officials from enforcing parts of the city’s ordinances on signs. The 35-page order of United States District Court Judge Rosanna Malouf Peterson, issued on June 30, expanded her original oral order in the lawsuit brought by members of the Selah Alliance For Equality against the city. SAFE alleges in court ...

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Myanmar mountain camp where rebels train to fight the junta

They are pouring into Camp Victoria, the headquarters of the longtime ethnic Chin National Front (CNF) army in western Myanmar near the Indian border. They defy attempts by camp management to suspend training due to the Covid-19 pandemic. At the dawn of adulthood, these volunteers say they demonstrated against the military coup that swept through their civilian government in February. ...

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A new LGBTQ real estate group is growing

A year after its launch in the United States, a new association for LGBTQ real estate professionals is expanding to Canada and is looking to take the plunge with chapters in Europe. It invites its 1,300 members to attend its first conference in September in Las Vegas. The LGBTQ + Real Estate Alliance officially formed last June and opened its ...

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Mom and Pop Alliance to give voice to South Carolina small businesses

A small business owner upstate formed a group to advocate for other small businesses at the state level. Diane Hardy, owner of Nothing Bundt Cakes in Greenville, made the official announcement last week in Greenville. Hardy said she understands the challenges facing small business owners in the state. It was this personal understanding, coupled with her business experience during COVID-19 ...

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FIDO Alliance update: new guidelines, standards improvements

Identity and Access Management, Multi-Factor and Risk-Based Authentication, Security Operations Executive Director Andrew Shikiar describes the latest developments Gonzalo de la Hoz Arespacochaga, Arun De Souza, Brian Dean, Benjamin Dean, Dylan DeAnda, Juan Deaton, Subhajit Deb, Global CISO and DPO (APAC), Dr Reddy’s Laboratories • July 7, 2021 Andrew Shikiar, Executive Director, FIDO Alliance The FIDO Alliance, which develops and ...

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Paper industry and drugmakers fight over obligation to print prescribing information

Drugmakers are resuming their annual lobbying battle with the paper industry over an obscure clause slipped into a key spending bill. The House Appropriations Committee’s legislation to fund the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), brought forward last week, includes a provision preventing the agency from scanning prescribing information. Congress has passed a similar endorsement every year since 2015 in response ...

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Before moving to phase 3 of the camping ban enforcement, Austin is still researching housing options for the homeless

The third phase of the application of Proposal B is expected to begin on July 11 and the next municipal staff report on immediate housing options will be released on July 22. (Ben Thompson / Community Impact Newspaper) Days before Austin’s transition from phase two to phase three of implementing Proposition B, the city is still working to identify options ...

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