Ivelisse Torres Fernandez, an assistant professor in the Counseling and Educational Psychology department at NMSU’s College of Education, left, and Jessica Gibbs, co vice president of the School Psychology Graduate Student Organization at NMSU and a student research assistant for Torres Fernandez, are both leading efforts to provide assistance to the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. (Photo: NMSU photo by Adriana M. Chvez)No ‘welcome in the Valleys’ as Chris Coleman suffers a frustrating return to WalesThe Mayor is also to consider proceeding with the six schemes in Clifton, Cotham North and Redland, where there is support generally for the schemes from local residents and Councillors. Each set of councillors would under these new proposals be given the choice of those schemes proceeding straight to the final Traffic Regulation Order stage, as some have requested, or of having an additional informal consultation stage added. Any of those schemes where the local councillors choose the extra informal consultation route would therefore proceed at least three months later than the original timetable, to allow for this extra consultation, and for the schemes to be amended as appropriate before proceeding to the formal Traffic Regulation Order stage.Minneapolis and St. Paul are working to pass regulations before the Super Bowl.10:30 A worrying interview with the EU’s Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy, Miguel Arias Caete, in which he believes not enough is being done for an agreement to be reached in time this from Euractiv here. Meanwhile, Education Day is being marked over at the Climate Generations space:.Day bedroom tech deal forHave I mentioned that I not fond of the beach generally? Or Valentine Day? (High five, Petko. Concert and beer. Word).
mulberry alexa Cyber Monday Against Dreamers
Rep. Vicente Gonzalezs, D McAllen, vote on a temporary spending bill that did not include protection for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), also called Dreamers. His strategy was to push congressional representatives to come to the table and negotiate in good faith a way to offer protection from deportation and later citizenship for these Dreamers.
The bill he voted for included funding the Child Health Insurance Program (CHIP,) a social program to help poor working families, for six more years to provide health coverage for these childrens medical expenses.
Rep. Gonzalezs vote was correct and he defended his vote in a Sunday column, writing that his No. 1 priority was to represent all of the people in his district, including the Dreamers.
His vote affected over 300 million Americans, including members of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, military, CHIP children and federal government workers.
The complaining Dreamer should get mad at the real culprits in this situation her parents. immigration system.
To this Dreamer all can say is Its not just all about you!
Silvestre Moreno Jr., MercedesWith all due respect to the Dreamers Monitor commentary, may I point out that Rep. Gonzalez, a duly elected official, deserves more respectful dialogue from his constituents than self centered demands or ultimatums.
The average American citizen, does not get permission to take time from studies, or work, nor the money to travel across the country, to march, to plead against their own injustices to anybody. It makes one wonder, how are these privileges allowed, or funded for those who do?
But even though studies show that most perpetrators of school shootings obtained their firearms from home (in the Kentucky case, reportedly from a closet), little to nothing has been done to address this problem. There are no laws at the federal level making it a crime to leave a firearm accessible to a child. Massachusetts is the only state that generally requires all firearms be safely stored in a locked container or with a trigger lock when the owner is not carrying the gun.And what about that brush with the infamous “backpacker killer” Ivan Milat?When Maya was 11, Kathryn received a promotion at the phone company. The family of two relocated to Charlotte. But the company downsized a year later. Kathryn found a job with a bank and moved to suburban Atlanta.