Commission for Racial Equality opens latest funding round *Inter-community conflict prevention and resolution*Support for victims of racial discrimination and harassment including legal caseworkThe deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 4 November 2005. The CRE will be holding a series of seminars across Britain to assist local organisations with the application process. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 14 September 2005 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. 23 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Applications are now being invited for the 2006/7 round of the Commission for Racial Equality’s (CRE) Getting Results funding programme. Grants of up to £100,000 are available.Priority will be given to local voluntary sector organisations whose work focuses on the following areas:*Integration or projects that bring people from all ethnic minority backgrounds together Advertisement
Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Battle Lines Being Drawn on GMO Bill Name Sym Last Change The American Farm Bureau Federation’s Board of Directors today voted to support efforts of Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts (R-KS) to move forward with a bill to pre-empt state GMO labeling mandates. “The Senate Agriculture Committee this week is marking up a bill to provide American consumers a wealth of easily accessible, accurate information about GMOs through a voluntary, national GMO labeling program,” AFBF President Zippy Duvall said. “The bill would pre-empt a patchwork of mandatory and misleading state GMO labeling laws founded more on scare-tactics than science, and we must move this process forward.” Duvall said Chairman Roberts’ bill will provide consumers access to information they need to make informed choices in the marketplace. He emphasized, however, that AFBF would closely monitor the bill’s progress to ensure it is compatible with AFBF’s grassroots policy. “The key provisions of this effort will ensure greater transparency for consumers, with an emphasis on science rather than state-by-state scare tactics,” Duvall said, adding that 750 Farm Bureau members from across the nation are taking that message to Capitol Hill this week during a grassroots fly-in.The National Farmers Union has taken a less aggressive stance than Farm Bureau. National Farmers Union (NFU) President Roger Johnson released the following statement: “National Farmers Union (NFU) represents 200,000 family farmers and ranchers across the nation who employ a wide variety of practices and philosophies. Many of our members have chosen to incorporate genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into their production methods, while others have made different choices. The rights of GMO and non-GMO producers should be respected as equal while public concerns about GMOs are evaluated by federal agencies. NFU also values consumer rights, including the ability of consumers to have access to as much pertinent information as they want to know about their food. We support mandatory labeling of foods derived from genetically engineered plants, although we do not have policy on what such labeling should look like. As such, NFU opposes the proposed GMO labeling bill in its current form.”Environmental groups are also mobilizing in opposition to the legislation. Friends of the Earth, Food and Technology Program Director Lisa Archer offers the following statement in response: “Friends of the Earth strongly supports mandatory GMO labeling and urges the Senate to reject the DARK Act. This bill is a desperate attempt by the junk food and chemical industries to keep Americans in the dark about what we feed our families. 93 percent of Americans want GMO labeling and this effort to try and stop the consumer demand for transparency that has shaken Big Food to its core will ultimately fail. Any member of Congress that fails to see the writing on the wall and chooses to support this antiquated and undemocratic bill will find that they are on the wrong side of history.” SHARE Corn ZCN21 (JUL 21) 684.50 -14.50 Lean Hogs HEM21 (JUN 21) 122.68 0.22 Feeder Cattle GFQ21 (AUG 21) 151.18 2.78 Previous articleFewer Grain Entrapments Reported in 2015Next articleThe Benefits of Indiana Farm Bureau Membership Hoosier Ag Today RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Battle Lines Being Drawn on GMO Bill How Indiana Crops are Faring Versus Other States Minor Changes in June WASDE Report Facebook Twitter Live Cattle LEM21 (JUN 21) 118.70 1.13 Wheat ZWN21 (JUL 21) 680.75 -3.00 SHARE Battle Resistance With the Soy Checkoff ‘Take Action’ Program Soybean ZSN21 (JUL 21) 1508.50 -35.50 By Hoosier Ag Today – Feb 24, 2016 All quotes are delayed snapshots STAY CONNECTED5,545FansLike3,961FollowersFollow187SubscribersSubscribe
to go further YemenMiddle East – North Africa Receive email alerts News February 11, 2021 Find out more United Nations: press freedom situation “deeply worrying” in Yemen, according to RSF News Help by sharing this information January 6, 2021 Find out more February 26, 2021 Find out more News News RSF_en Yemeni journalist killed, nine wounded in Aden airport explosions Organisation March 14, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Authorities begin to target foreign journalists, six deported Reporters Without Borders condemns today’s arrests of four Sanaa-based foreign journalists – two American and two British – who were detained by police at 7:30 a.m. at the apartment they shared in Sanaa’s old quarter. The two Britons are Oliver Holmes, who strings for the Wall Street Journal and Time, and Portia Walker, who strings for the Washington Post. The Americans are Haley Sweetland Edwards, who writes for the Los Angeles Times and AOL News, and Joshua Maricich, who writes for various media including the Yemen Times.Reporters Without Borders has been told that Maricich and Walker were deported to Ethiopia but has not yet been able to establish the current whereabouts of Homes and Edwards.The Sanaa authorities said they are arrested for “residing illegally in Yemen.” But, according to the information obtained by Reporters Without Borders, they had been living and working in the country for several years and were known to the authorities, including the information ministry. For the past few weeks, they had been busy covering a wave of protests calling for the removal of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who has ruled since 1979.Reporters Without Borders has also learned that Patrick Symmes, a US journalist working for Outside magazine and GQ magazine, and his Italian photographer, Marco Di Lauro, were detained shortly after passing through a passport control on arrival at Sanaa airport on 12 March and were deported the same day. They had flown to Sanaa after several days reporting on the Yemeni island of Socotra.Symmes told Reporters Without Borders: “Our passports were seized and we spent 14 hours in the departure lounge before being put on a flight to Istanbul. The interior ministry’s press officer told me by phone that the national security agency had decided to expel us because it had information that we were coming to Sanaa to cover demonstrations and violence. We were not physically mistreated but there were clear threats that this could happen. Our passports were given back once we were on the plane.”Symmes added that he had entered Yemen on a press visa on 1 March.“The arrests and deportation of foreign journalists are a very worrying sign of nervousness on the part of the authorities, who are sending a clear signal to other journalists working for foreign media not to report the abusive treatment that demonstrators have been receiving from the security forces,” Reporters Without Borders said.“This is a blatant act of censorship that must be strongly condemned. After targeting Yemeni journalists, the authorities now want to gag the foreign media and impose a news blackout on the events taking place in Yemen.”The authorities are continuing to use violence against Yemeni journalists and the list of abuses gets dangerously longer by the day.Hamoud Hazza, a reporter for the Saba news agency, sustained a head injury while covering clashes between the security forces and demonstrators on Change Square in Sanaa on 12 March. Jaber Saber, a journalist working for the Marib Press news agency, was assaulted by members of the security forces on the square.Abdel Salam Jaber, the editor of the newspaper Al-Qadiya, was kidnapped by the security forces while on his way to the square on 12 March. His present whereabouts are not known. The Union of Yemeni Journalists issued a statement that evening describing the incident as “grave.” In a separate incident the same day, Abdel Karim Al-Shaibani, a reporter for the satellite TV station Al-Hurra, was beaten up by thugs on a Sanaa street. YemenMiddle East – North Africa Follow the news on Yemen Fixer for foreign reporters held in Aden for past five months
Email Monika Matracka has been found guilty of the manslaughter of Michal Rejmer WhatsApp Print First Irish death from Coronavirus Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Murder accused Monika MatrackaTHE Director of Public Prosecutions has been urged to provide Limerick District Court with the directions in the case of a woman accused of the murder of a Polish man in Castletroy on New Year’s Eve last.Monika Matracka (34) with an address at The Pines, Briarfield, Castletroy is charged with murdering with allegedly killing the popular Polish long-distance runner Michal Rejmer at the house they shared on a date between December 30 and 31 last year.Last week at Limerick District Court, Judge Mary Larkin heard that the the case had its difficulties and that the file was complicatedSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Sgt John Moloney told the court that the file had yet to be transmitted to the DPP therefore the directions were not yet available.The court heard from defence solicitor Ted McCarthy that providing an alternative permanent address for the accused was proving difficult and this was in turn impacting on the 34-year-old’s ability to apply for bail.He urged the State to act as expeditiously as possible.Judge Mary Larkin said it was a very serious matter and directions should be obtained as soon as possible and remanded the accused in custody to April 5 [email protected] NewsPolish murder accused remanded in custodyBy Staff Reporter – March 14, 2016 763 Twitter TAGSfeaturedGardaíLimerick District CourtLimerick murderMichal RejmerMonika MatrackaRadom Previous article#video Micky Mean – ‘My Return’Next articleLimerick goes green for St Patrick’s Festival Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended No vaccines in Limerick yet Man due in court in connection with Limerick house fire Linkedin Facebook
Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Related Articles Economic Outlook Energy Sector Leading Markets Index NAHB Unemployment 2014-03-07 Krista Franks Brock Tagged with: Economic Outlook Energy Sector Leading Markets Index NAHB Unemployment Print This Post Nationwide, the economy and housing market are functioning at a level about 87 percent of their pre-crisis normal levels, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and First American’s Leading Markets Index released this week, which measures metro markets based on housing permits, home prices, and employment.Fifty-nine of the 350 metro markets are at or above their pre-crisis norms, according to the index, up from 58 metros last month. At the same time, 130 markets are at least 90 percent of their pre-crisis levels, according to NAHB.A little less than half—about 45 percent—of the normalized markets are located in areas benefitting from strong employment in the energy sector.”The strong energy sector is at the forefront of the recovery and centered in many small and mid-sized markets in Texas, Louisiana, North Dakota, and Wyoming,” said David Crowe, chief economist at NAHB. He also pointed out that eight of the top 10 markets in NAHB’s index are located in these four states.A look at the unemployment rates in these states supports NAHB’s findings. Texas’ unemployment rate is 6 percent; Wyoming’s is 4.4 percent; and North Dakota’s is a meager 2.7 percent, according to December data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.Among major metros, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, ranked highest on NAHB’s Leading Markets Index with a score of 1.41, indicating the market is “41 percent better than its last normal market level.” Honolulu, Hawaii; Oklahoma City; Austin, Texas; Houston, Texas; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, also ranked near the top.A few smaller markets outranked the best of the larger metros. Odessa and Midland, Texas, both scored at least 2.0, indicating their markets are performing twice as well as they did before the economic downturn, according to NAHB.”Despite the cold weather that has constrained economic and housing activity across much of the nation this winter, markets are returning to normal levels,” said Kevin Kelly, chairman of NAHB. “As the job and housing markets continue to mend and the onset of spring releases the pent-up demand for new homes, this will bode well for the remainder of 2014.” About Author: Krista Franks Brock The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago March 7, 2014 1,335 Views in Daily Dose, Featured, Headlines, Market Studies, News Subscribe The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Previous: Should States Fast-Track Foreclosures? Next: Legal League Introductory Remarks from Caren Castle Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Economy Functioning at 87% of Pre-Crisis Levels Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Share Save Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Krista Franks Brock is a professional writer and editor who has covered the mortgage banking and default servicing sectors since 2011. Previously, she served as managing editor of DS News and Southern Distinction, a regional lifestyle publication. Her work has appeared in a variety of print and online publications, including Consumers Digest, Dallas Style and Design, DS News and DSNews.com, MReport and theMReport.com. She holds degrees in journalism and art from the University of Georgia. Home / Daily Dose / Economy Functioning at 87% of Pre-Crisis Levels Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago
Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago About Author: Mike Albanese The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Print This Post Home / Daily Dose / Michael Bloomberg Proposes Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Merger The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Fannie Mae Freddie Mac GSEs Michael Bloomberg Wall Street 2020-02-18 Mike Albanese Share Save Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Photo courtesy of the Associated Press.Democratic Presidential Candidate Michael Bloomberg proposed merging Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae as part of his plan to rein in Wall Street if he was to become President. CNBC states that Bloomberg’s plan would bolster reforms either put in place or strengthened as part of the 2010 Dodd-Frank act in response to the Great Recession. A press release from Bloomberg’s campaign states his plan includes merging Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into a single-government owned mortgage guarantor to “ensure taxpayers are properly compensated for loan guarantees” and low-income households are well-served. In its Q4 2019 financial report, Fannie Mae recorded a net income of $14.2 billion last year, including $4.4 billion during Q4 2019. The GSE’s net worth rose to $14.6 billion by the end of the yearFannie Mae provided more than $650 billion in liquidity to the mortgage market in 2019, helping finance more than three million purchases, refinances, and rental units. They were the largest issuer of single-family mortgage-related securities in the secondary market during 2019, with an estimated market share of single-family issuances of 37%. Fannie Mae finances 25% of all single-family mortgages in the U.S. Fannie Mae said they have no comment on the plan.David Stevens, former Federal Housing Commissioner and former President and CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association said the plan “deserves serious consideration” and might be a more favorable way to structure the future of the housing finance system. “Mike (Bloomberg) is right when he cautions against simply putting the GSEs back the way they were when they failed,” Stevens said. “One thing is for sure if Bloomberg starts looking like a front runner, good luck trying to put out a stock offering on Freddie and Fannie. “After all, who would risk investing in these guys if the next President looks like it could be Bloomberg.”Tim Rood, Chairman and Founder of The Collingwood Group, a SitusAMC company, said the idea of merging the GSEs was discussed soon after they were taken into conservatorship. The plan, however, was quickly abandoned as lawmakers realized that “the only thing potentially worse than a duopoly in mortgage finance was a monopoly.””The rivalry between Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is critical for maintaining the competitive DNA of the two organizations to ensure innovation and disruption that serves lenders and borrowers alike,” Rood said.He added that one of the most critical aspects of reform is “untangling the knot” that has bound Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac priorities to satisfy their public charter and mission, along with their fiduciary responsibility to shareholders.Rood added that any potential merger of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would “blow the lid off” the classification of too big to fail.”The combined organizations would have at least a 50% market share of a $2 trillion origination market and guaranty over $5 trillion worth of RMBS. If Bloomberg intends to keep the combined enterprise as privately held then their market share could grow to well beyond 50% if left unchecked,” Rood said.Bloomberg was Mayor of New York from 2002 to 2013. During that time, he opposed certain proposals to tighten banking oversight, calling them “shortsighted.”“The financial system isn’t working the way it should for most Americans,” Bloomberg said in a release from his campaign. “The stock market is at an all-time high, but almost all of the gains are going to a small number of people, and our economy is still vulnerable to another shock like the 2008 financial crisis that devastated families and communities all over the country. President Obama made important progress strengthening our financial system and protecting consumers—but President Trump has spent the last three years gutting those safeguards, while giving a huge tax cut to the wealthiest people. As president, I will toughen the Volcker rule, protect Americans from predatory and discriminatory practices—and harness the power of the financial system to spread opportunity and drive economic growth in every community.”Bloomberg also introduced the idea of a 0.1% tax on all financial transactions to raise revenue needed to address wealth inequality, and support measures such as speed limit on trading, in an effort to curb predatory behavior and reduce the risk of destabilizing “flash crashes.” in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News Mike Albanese is a reporter for DS News and MReport. He is a University of Alabama graduate with a degree in journalism and a minor in communications. He has worked for publications—both print and online—covering numerous beats. A Connecticut native, Albanese currently resides in Lewisville. 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ABC News(NEW YORK) — A coastal storm is moving north Monday morning after pounding the outer banks of North Carolina over the weekend with huge waves, coastal flooding and gusty winds. On Monday morning, numerous states from Virginia to Maine are under a Winter Weather Advisory for snow and freezing rain and also Coastal Flood Alerts for coastal beach flooding from ocean waves and high tide.By Monday evening, the storm system will be off the Cape Cod coast continuing to bring an icy mix from New York to Maine and rain to lower elevations. Gusty winds are also expected in eastern New England and some could gust over 50 mph.On Tuesday morning, the storm system finally moves out to Canada but snow and icy conditions will continue from inland New York to inland Maine. Accumulations will not be high for snow, with most areas getting 1 to 2 inches, but the icy glaze on roads and bridges is what we are worried about over the next 24 to 36 hours.Two storm systems will combine in the West over the next few days to produce a threat for flooding in the Southwest and the first winter storm from California’s Sierra Nevada into the northern Plains. Elsewhere, a Winter Storm Watch has been posted from California to Montana. On Tuesday, two storms will enter the West Coast, one from the north and the other one from the South. By Wednesday morning, the storm systems will combine in the Rockies with heavy rain for Arizona and New Mexico and snow from Lake Tahoe to the Rockies. This storm system will move into the Midwest later in the week with snow and rain.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
The acoustic impedance of the subglacial material beneath 7.2 km profiles on four ice streams in Antarctica has been measured using a seismic technique. The ice streams span a wide range, of dynamic conditions with flow rates of 35-464 in a(-1). The acoustic impedance indicates that poorly lithified or dilated sedimentary material is ubiquitous beneath these ice streams. Mean acoustic impedance across each profile correlates well with basal shear stress and the slipperiness of the bed, indicating that acoustic impedance is a good diagnostic not only for the porosity of the subglacial material, but also for its dynamic state (deforming or non-deforming). Beneath two of the ice streams, lodged (non-deforming) and dilated (deforming) sediment coexist but their distribution is not obviously controlled by basal topography or ice thickness. Their distribution may be controlled by complex material properties or the deformation history. Beneath Rutford Ice Stream, lodged and dilated sediment coexist and are distributed in broad bands several kilometres wide, while on Talutis Inlet there is considerable variability over much shorter distances; this may reflect differences in the mechanism of drainage beneath the ice streams. The material beneath the slow-moving Carlson Inlet is probably lodged but unlithified sediment; this is consistent with the hypothesis that Carlson Inlet was once a fast-flowing ice stream but is now in a stagnant phase, which could possibly be revived by raised basal water content. The entire bed beneath fast-flowing Evans Ice Stream is dilated sediment.
REPORTED BY THE INDIANA LAWYERThe U.S. Supreme Court struck down Texas’ widely replicated regulation of abortion clinics Monday in the court’s biggest abortion case in nearly a quarter century.The justices voted 5-3 in favor of Texas clinics that had argued the regulations were a thinly veiled attempt to make it harder for women to get an abortion in the nation’s second-most populous state.Justice Stephen Breyer’s majority opinion for the court held that the regulations are medically unnecessary and unconstitutionally limit a woman’s right to an abortion.Texas had argued that its 2013 law and subsequent regulations were needed to protect women’s health. The rules required doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals and forced clinics to meet hospital-like standards for outpatient surgery.Breyer wrote that “the surgical-center requirement, like the admitting privileges requirement, provides few, if any, health benefits for women, poses a substantial obstacle to women seeking abortions and constitutes an ‘undue burden’ on their constitutional right to do so.”Justices Anthony Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan joined Breyer.Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas dissented.Thomas wrote that the decision “exemplifies the court’s troubling tendency ‘to bend the rules when any effort to limit abortion, or even to speak in opposition to abortion, is at issue.’” Thomas was quoting an earlier abortion dissent from Justice Antonin Scalia, who died in February.Abortion providers said the rules would have cut the number of abortion clinics in the state by three-fourths if they had been allowed to take full effect.When then-Gov. Rick Perry signed the law in 2013, there were about 40 clinics throughout the state. That number dropped to fewer than 20 and would have been cut in half again if the law had taken full effect, the clinics said.Texas is among 10 states with similar admitting privileges requirements, according to the Center for Reproductive Rights. The requirement is in effect in most of Texas, Missouri, North Dakota and Tennessee. It is on hold in Alabama, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Wisconsin.In Indiana, U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt is due to rule any day on a request for an injunction to prevent new abortion restrictions from taking effect July 1. An Indiana law passed this year would ban abortions sought due to fetal genetic abnormalities, such as Down syndrome, or because of the race, sex or ancestry of a fetus. The law also would require that aborted fetuses be disposed of through burial or cremation. Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky sued to block the law.The Texas law’s hospital-like outpatient surgery standards are in place in Michigan, Missouri, Pennsylvania and Virginia, and it is blocked in Tennessee and Texas, according to the Center for Reproductive Rights, which represented the clinics in the Texas case.Texas passed a broad bill imposing several abortion restrictions in 2013. Texas clinics sued immediately to block it claiming it impermissibly interfered with a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion. The clinics won several favorable rulings in a federal district court in Texas. But each time, the New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the state, at first allowing challenged provisions to take effect and then upholding the law with only slight exceptions.The Supreme Court allowed the admitting privileges requirement to take effect in most of the state, but put the surgical center provision on hold pending the court’s resolution of the case.The justices split largely along liberal-conservative lines in their emergency orders, with the court’s conservative justices voting repeatedly to let the law be enforced.Separate lawsuits are pending over admitting-privileges laws in Louisiana and Mississippi, the other states covered by the 5th circuit. The laws are on hold in both states, and a panel of federal appellate judges has concluded the Mississippi law probably is unconstitutional because it would force the only abortion clinic in the state to close.A separate appeal is pending at the Supreme Court from Wisconsin, where federal judges have struck down that state’s admitting privileges law.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
71, a lifelong resident of Bayonne, passed away on December 27, 2017, with her family by her side. Theresa was employed as a clerical secretary for the Equiserve Corporation of Jersey City, a position she held for many years. Theresa was predeceased by her parents Stephen and Zita (Kopacz) Anuszewski; her twin brother Theodore Anuszewski, and her brother Steve Anuszewski. Left to cherish her memory are her sisters-in-law, Susan and Maria Anuszewski, her niece Michele Moody (Thomas Moody), nephew Michael Anuszewski, her grand-niece, Katelyn Moody; 1 aunt, several cousins, and her feline friend Tigger. Funeral arrangements by DWORZANSKI & SON Funeral Home, 20 E. 22nd St.