This Day in Maine for Monday, May 8th, 2023.
On today's show: 1. Executions may return to South Carolina; shield law nears OK - https://apnews.com/article/lethal-injection-shield-law-south-carolina-0a780c87072a7315d2f9da51337137bc 2. South Carolina governor signs private school voucher bill - https://apnews.com/article/education-vouchers-south-carolina-bill-signing-cf089d5b3fc42bd74a54f93abb1bf131 3. Florida man arrested after 'dancing nude' in median on Dorchester Road: NCPD - https://abcnews4.com/news/local/ncpd-florida-man-arrested-after-dancing-nude-in-median-on-dorchester-road-north-charleston-police-department-wciv-dontae-gautier-tallahassee-fl-purcell-drive# 4. Proposed law in SC budget aims to end school lunch shaming: During the 2020-2021 school year, 64 percent of students qualified for free or reduced lunch - https://www.wltx.com/article/news/politics/sc-lawmaker-free-school-lunch-shaming/101-9424c13e-5c02-4d52-a591-9fdc4d988d3e 5. Tickets for IAAM's opening week now available - https://www.postandcourier.com/business/tickets-for-iaams-opening-week-now-available/article_f96a388a-e8f6-11ed-855e-bfdc2003cceb.html This episode's music is by Tyler Boone (tylerboonemusic.com). The episode was produced by LMC Soundsystem.Episode 119 - Dancing Naked on Dorchester Road - (5/8/2023) On today's show: 1. Executions may return to South Carolina; shield law nears OK - https://apnews.com/article/lethal-injection-shield-law-south-carolina-0a780c87072a7315d2f9da51337137bc 2. South Carolina governor signs private school voucher bill - https://apnews.com/article/education-vouchers-south-carolina-bill-signing-cf089d5b3fc42bd74a54f93abb1bf131 3. Florida man arrested after 'dancing nude' in median on Dorchester Road: NCPD - https://abcnews4.com/news/local/ncpd-florida-man-arrested-after-dancing-nude-in-median-on-dorchester-road-north-charleston-police-department-wciv-dontae-gautier-tallahassee-fl-purcell-drive# 4. Proposed law in SC budget aims to end school lunch shaming: During the 2020-2021 school year, 64 percent of students qualified for free or reduced lunch - https://www.wltx.com/article/news/politics/sc-lawmaker-free-school-lunch-shaming/101-9424c13e-5c02-4d52-a591-9fdc4d988d3e 5. Tickets for IAAM's opening week now available - https://www.postandcourier.com/business/tickets-for-iaams-opening-week-now-available/article_f96a388a-e8f6-11ed-855e-bfdc2003cceb.html This episode's music is by Tyler Boone (tylerboonemusic.com). The episode was produced by LMC Soundsystem.
Rahul Tandon is presenting and hears about China has warned the European Union not to go ahead with reported plans to impose sanctions on Chinese firms suspected of helping the Russian military. China's foreign ministry spokesperson, Wang Wenbin, said such action would undermine trust and cooperation between China and the EU. As sides in the Sudan meet in Saudi Arabia for peace talks, there are reports from Khartoum suggesting that looting and lawlessness are now having a major impact on access to basic supplies. The car market globally is going through a period of huge change - as the world moves towards electric cars. How fast is that move going to happen and what will it mean for the SUV sector which accounts for over 40 percent of global sales?
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Dr Gennadi Kazakevitch from Monash University talks about the main economic events of the past week in Australia and the world. - Доктор Геннадий Казакевич, экономист из университета имени Монаша, рассказывает о важных экономических событиях и тенденциях в Австралии и мире.
MA lawmakers have filed legislation that would create a pilot program to study the idea of a 4-day work week. The “Massachusetts Smart Work Week Pilot” is a voluntary program that would let businesses transition to a shorter work week without a reduction in pay. Rep. Josh Cutler, one of the sponsors of this bill joined Dan to discuss how this pilot would work.
Today we are answering your questions from the speak pipe. We talk about if a medical reimbursement plan is a good option for a private practice, we talk about the proposed ban on non-compete contracts and get into what non competes are, why people use them, and when they are and are not fair. We answer a question about divesting interest in sale of practice. We talk about short term investments and discuss if annuities are a better idea than usual with interest rates as high as they currently are. Finally we talk about what to do when you have a bad financial advisor. What's changed in healthcare? The opportunities, the lifestyle, and you. Your needs, wants, and goals are probably different than they were five years ago. Now's the perfect time to explore locum tenens opportunities. Start your research at locumstory.com, an unbiased, educational resource. You'll hear true stories from physicians, learn about specialty trends, compare locums agencies, and more. Locums could be an essential part of a career that adapts to your needs. Visit https://locumstory.com The White Coat Investor has been helping doctors with their money since 2011. Our free financial planning resource covers a variety of topics from doctor mortgage loans and refinancing medical school loans to physician disability insurance and malpractice insurance. Learn about loan refinancing or consolidation, explore new investment strategies, and discover loan programs for specifically aimed at helping doctors. If you're a high-income professional and ready to get a "fair shake" on Wall Street, The White Coat Investor channel is for you! Main Website: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com YouTube: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/youtube Student Loan Advice: https://studentloanadvice.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewhitecoatinvestor Twitter: https://twitter.com/WCInvestor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewhitecoatinvestor Subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/whitecoatinvestor Online Courses: https://whitecoatinvestor.teachable.com Newsletter: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/free-monthly-newsletter
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Even with the Supreme Court poised to potentially strike down the Biden administration's blanket student loan cancellation plan, the Biden Education Department has proposed a consequential, expensive, and regressive regulation in the Title IV student loan program, “Income Driven Repayment” (IDR). Proposed regulatory changes to IDR would reduce a borrower's required monthly payments from 10% […]
Even with the Supreme Court poised to potentially strike down the Biden administration's blanket student loan cancellation plan, the Biden Education Department has proposed a consequential, expensive, and regressive regulation in the Title IV student loan program, “Income Driven Repayment” (IDR). Proposed regulatory changes to IDR would reduce a borrower's required monthly payments from 10% to 5% of discretionary income, increase the amount of exempt income from 150% to 225% of the federal poverty line, and reduce the time to ultimate student loan “forgiveness” from 20 years to just 10 years. As such, it would create perverse incentives that would effectively enact "free" college through the backdoor—but only for low-return majors. In fact, an estimated 22% of borrowers who repay their loans under the proposed IDR terms would never make a single payment before their balances are cancelled by taxpayers. The administration's proposed IDR rule also presents significant legal concerns.These momentous changes in the student loan program have received less attention than the administration's blanket loan cancellation proposal, but are just as significant for students, taxpayers, and the future cost of college. Learn why as experts from Defense of Freedom Institute for Policy Studies, Urban Institute, Texas Public Policy Foundation, and the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity join Heritage's Lindsey Burke for an in-depth discussion.Listen to other Heritage podcasts: https://www.heritage.org/podcastsSign up for The Agenda newsletter — the lowdown on top issues conservatives need to know about each week: https://www.heritage.org/agendaListen to podcasts from The Daily Signal: https://www.dailysignal.com/podcasts/Get daily conservative news you can trust from our Morning Bell newsletter: DailySignal.com/morningbellsubscription Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The All Local morning update for May 2nd, 2023.
John Reynolds will explain why the proposed family leave bill will destroy small business in MN. If you can afford your mortgage then you can afford someone else's. Johnny Heidt with guitar news and a tribute to Gordon Lightfoot. Heard On The Show: Judge finds Thao guilty of aiding manslaughter in George Floyd's death Latest 3M layoffs affecting 1,100 employees at Maplewood headquarters Highway reopens after more than 70 vehicles crashed in a dust storm, leaving at least 6 dead Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Proposed legislation in the North Carolina General Assembly would increase penalties for performing obscene acts in the presence of children. The list of sexual conduct is already codified and would not change. But opponents to the bill say it will be used to arrest drag performers.Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
President Biden's proposed Budget for the Fiscal Year 2024 seeks to promote expanded access and improved affordability in healthcare and education while cutting taxes for low-income families and shrinking the deficit, but the proposed funding comes from increasing taxes on wealthy families and eliminating an important tax break for real estate investors, which Republicans will likely reject outright. Depending on your politics, you might have different views on taxation. But most Americans agree there's an issue with the distribution of wealth in the United States, and 84% of those think the government should raise taxes on the wealthy to solve the problem, according to Pew. Disparities have widened over the past three decades—the wealthiest one percent of families now hold 34% of the nation's wealth, up from 25% in 1989. Families in the 20th to 40th percentile of wealth distribution have seen their net worth decline 39% since 2007, while families in the top 20% have watched their net worth grow 13%. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Alright stop, collaborate and listen. The one and only 90's legend Vanilla Ice joined us for a chat and revealed some super juicy goss about his relationship with Madonna and how she proposed to him back in the day!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jasmin and Reese talk about potential cuts to NYC library hours and services, a string of shocking incidents of gun violence in the United States, background and updates on violence in Sudan, and Greece making hundreds of beaches wheelchair accessible.
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This episode features Amber Walsh, Partner at McGuireWoods LLP. Here, she discusses the end of the comment period for the FTC's proposed ruling that would ban non-competes.
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This episode features Amber Walsh, Partner at McGuireWoods LLP. Here, she discusses the end of the comment period for the FTC's proposed ruling that would ban non-competes.
The following question refers to Section 5.1 of the 2022 AHA/ACC/HFSA Guideline for the Management of Heart Failure. The question is asked by Keck School of Medicine USC medical student & CardioNerds Intern Hirsh Elhence, answered first by Greater Baltimore Medical Center medicine resident / Johns Hopkins MPH student and CardioNerds Academy House Chief Dr. Alaa Diab, and then by expert faculty Dr. Biykem Bozkurt. Dr. Bozkurt is the Mary and Gordon Cain Chair, Professor of Medicine, Director of the Winters Center for Heart Failure Research, and an advanced heart failure and transplant cardiologist at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. She is former President of HFSA, former senior associate editor for Circulation, and current Editor-In-Chief of JACC Heart Failure. Dr. Bozkurt was the Vice Chair of the writing committee for the 2022 Heart Failure Guidelines.The Decipher the Guidelines: 2022 AHA / ACC / HFSA Guideline for The Management of Heart Failure series was developed by the CardioNerds and created in collaboration with the American Heart Association and the Heart Failure Society of America. It was created by 30 trainees spanning college through advanced fellowship under the leadership of CardioNerds Cofounders Dr. Amit Goyal and Dr. Dan Ambinder, with mentorship from Dr. Anu Lala, Dr. Robert Mentz, and Dr. Nancy Sweitzer. We thank Dr. Judy Bezanson and Dr. Elliott Antman for tremendous guidance.Enjoy this Circulation 2022 Paths to Discovery article to learn about the CardioNerds story, mission, and values. Question #17 A 63-year-old man with CAD s/p CABG 3 years prior, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, obesity, and tobacco use disorder presents for routine follow-up. His heart rate is 65 bpm and blood pressure is 125/70 mmHg. On physical exam, he is breathing comfortably with clear lungs, with normal jugular venous pulsations, a regular rate and rhythm without murmurs or gallops, and no peripheral edema. Medications include aspirin 81mg daily, atorvastatin 80mg daily, lisinopril 20mg daily, and metformin 1000mg BID. His latest hemoglobin A1C is 7.5% and recent NT-proBNP was normal. His latest transthoracic echocardiogram showed normal biventricular size and function. Which of the following would be a good addition to optimize his medical therapy? A DPP-4 inhibitor B Dihydropyridine calcium channel blocker C SGLT2 inhibitor D Furosemide Answer #17 Explanation The correct answer is C: SGLT2 inhibitor. This patient is at risk for HF (Stage A) given absence of signs or symptoms of heart failure but presence of coronary artery disease and several risk factors including diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and tobacco smoking. At this stage, the focus should be on risk factor modification and prevention of disease onset. Healthy lifestyle habits such as maintaining regular physical activity; normal weight, blood pressure, and blood glucose levels; healthy dietary patterns, and not smoking have been associated with a lower lifetime risk of developing HF. Multiple RCTs in patients with type 2 diabetes who have established CVD or are at high risk for CVD, have shown that SGLT2i prevent HF hospitalizations compared with placebo. The benefit for reducing HF hospitalizations in these trials predominantly reflects primary prevention of symptomatic HF, because only approximately 10% to 14% of participants in these trials had HF at baseline. As such, in patients with type 2 diabetes and either established CVD or at high cardiovascular risk, SGLT2i should be used to prevent hospitalizations for HF (Class 1, LOE A). The mechanisms for the improvement in HF events from SGLT2i have not been clearly elucidated but seem to be independent of glucose lowering. Proposed mechanisms include reductions in plasma volume, cardiac preload and afterload, alterations in cardiac metabolism, reduced arterial stiffness,
As a healthcare attorney and practice consultant at Knowledgeable Aging, Anu Murthy, Esq. is no stranger to contractual language and logistics. Anu previously joined host Shane Tenny to talk about healthcare workers making the most of their employment. Anu has expertise in medical employment contracts, partnership agreements, and other practice-related business matters — making her the perfect guest to discuss the FTC and potential changes to healthcare workers' rights on this episode of Prosperous Doc. Earlier this year, the Federal Trade Commission proposed a new rule that would effectively ban employers from using noncompete clauses.If you're in the health care, dentistry, or medicine sector, you know that these noncompete clauses are part of many employment contracts, often accompanied by negotiated “restrictive covenants.” The FTC claims these non-compete clauses suppress wages, hinder innovation, and prevent entrepreneurs from starting new businesses. The ban aims to force wage increases in the industry and expand career opportunities.Tune in to this episode to hear Shane and Anu talk about all things noncompetes, as well as a ban's potential impact.
NCLA Comment Warns Against FTC's Novel Assertion of Power in Proposed Non- Compete Rule The Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) proposed “Non-Compete Clause Rule” would ban the use of non-compete clauses as “an unfair method of competition.” NCLA has filed a Comment objecting to FTC's attempt to federalize state contract law with virtually no attention to the various interests of the states and market participants developed by the contract law over more than a hundred years. In particular, the Proposed Rule completely ignores the traditional legal analysis of non-competes based on factors such as length of time, subject matter, or geographic scope. Mark and Vec discuss NCLA's Comment on FTC's non-compete rule. The Third Annual King George III Prize: “Flagrant Four” NCLA Director of Engagement Clegg Ivey joins Mark and Vec to discuss the “Flagrant Four” in NCLA's King George III Bracket for worst abuser of civil liberties.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our panel of experts discuss current legislation regarding PERMANENT public land trail closures, restrictions, public land swaps, and whether or not YOU are violating current Federal law by snapping a photo for Instagram or video for YouTube! You might be surprised by the answer! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lady-overlander-radio/support
Sam Oliker-Friedland, a former voting rights litigator at the DOJ and executive director of the Institute for Responsive Government joined Jason to talk about some proposed changes to Minnesota voting laws and the theory behind them.
Miami Real Estate Investment Strategies With Peter Zalewski Of Condo Vultures®
In this episode of the Miami Reporters Roundtable Podcast, host Peter Zalewski of Condo Vultures® discusses the top real estate and economic new stories of the week. This program features current and former journalists discussing the biggest stories from the previous week. The objective of this program is to cut through the fluff and hyperbole of South Florida real estate marketing, in hopes, of assisting the audience to better understand the key points impacting decision making. The 'Miami Reporters Roundtable Podcasts With Peter Zalewski' can be viewed or heard wherever you get your podcasts. Alternatively, this podcast is available on the YouTube.com channel: CondoVulturesTV. In Segment 1, the panel is introduced and the rules of engagement are discussed. This week's panel is comprised of Zalewski along with current and former business reporters John Fakler, Jean Gruss of Gruss Communications and Jeff Ostrowski of BankRate.com. In Segment 2, the panel discusses the following headlines: 1. U.S. home prices seen rebounding after an expected $1 trillion plunge this year (Bloomberg) 'https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2023-04-04/us-home-prices-seen-rebounding-after-an-expected-1-trillion-plunge-this-year 2. A Flood of Defaults Swamps Big Names and Big Properties, Especially Offices (Commercial Observer) 'https://commercialobserver.com/2023/03/default-floor-brookfield-blackstone-columbia-property-trust/ 3. Miami Nice? Not even close. It's the least neighborly city in America in new survey (Miami Herald) 'https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/article274077180.html In Segment 3, the panel discusses the following headlines: 4. Housing is so unaffordable that banks are losing money for each mortgage they finance for the first time ever (Insider) 'https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/commodities/us-housing-market-unaffordable-mortgage-rates-home-prices-inventory-demand-2023-4 5. The 10 largest mortgage lenders in the U.S. (Bankrate.com) 'https://www.bankrate.com/mortgages/largest-mortgage-lenders/ 6. Dolce & Gabbana to brand Michael Stern's condo tower in Miami (The Real Deal) 'https://therealdeal.com/miami/2023/04/07/dolce-gabbana-to-brand-michael-sterns-condo-tower-in-miami/ In Segment 4, the panel of Zalewski, Gruss and Faklero provide final thoughts on the changing South Florida economy at the start of the Summer Buying Season of 2023. To ask a question or make a comment, please reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305.865.5859 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/condovultures/message
This is your WORT local news for Wednesday, April 26.Community leaders speak out against a plan to alter the flow of water to Badger Mill Creek, A state legislator's nomination to a powerful county agency causes controversy, And, it's National Library Week, a rock'n'roller comes to town, plus your weather forecast.
On December 30, 2022, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published an updated rule on the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) that represents a significant departure from previous RFS rules. It includes a major new regulatory regime for Renewable Identification Numbers from renewable electricity (eRINs) and it proposes renewable fuel volume targets that are no longer prescribed in statute.In this webinar, leading experts will provide background on the RFS, delve into the details of the proposed rule, including its potential costs and benefits, and address questions regarding statutory authority and the non-delegation doctrine. Within the next two months, the agency is expected to finalize this rule that could drastically change the nature of the RFS.Featuring: Jonathan Brightbill, Partner, Winston & Strawn LLPBrendan Williams, Vice President of Government Relations, PBF Energy[Moderator] Daren Bakst, Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of the Center for Energy and Environment, Competitive Enterprise InstituteVisit our website – www.RegProject.org – to learn more, view all of our content, and connect with us on social media.
Hospice Insights: The Law and Beyond
Earlier this spring, as part of its annual rulemaking process for hospices, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued several important regulatory proposals. In addition to the yearly update in hospice per diem rates, the proposed rule clarifies the end dates for hospices to use telehealth and other technologies to provide remote care. The rule also contains a rather unpleasant surprise: CMS's proposal to require, as a condition of payment, that all certifying physicians be enrolled in or validly opted-out of Medicare. Listen in as Husch Blackwell's Meg Pekarske and Andrew Brenton offer their quick takeaways and insights into the latest of CMS's rulemaking efforts.
Auckland Council should jettison at least some of its airport shares to balance the budget, according to more than half those who made submissions on the mayor's controverial proposal. The city has a $295 million hole in its books. Wayne Brown's budget recommends selling off council's 18 percent shareholding in Auckland Airport, trimming arts spending, and raising rates to cover the shortfall. More than 40,000 people have voiced their views on the plan - a record number of submissions to council. Auckland's deputy mayor Desley Simpson talks through the details with Lisa Owen.
Joe Biden announced Tuesday he will run for re-election and seek office again in 2024 with Vice President Kamala Harris using the opportunity to confirm she will be at his side. A bipartisan congressional group from Nevada and California asked the Biden administration to fast-track federal funds for a private company to build a high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and the Los Angeles area.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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At a Cherokee County school board meeting, parents called for action after board member Robert Rechsteiner was accused of making derogatory comments towards a transgender wrestler at an event in California. Rechsteiner has not responded to media inquiries or made any public statements about the allegations. Parents called for Rechsteiner to be punished or admonished, for all board members to receive training on LGBTQ plus and gender inclusion, and for a hearing to determine whether Rechsteiner violated the school board's code of ethics. The school board has not yet commented on the allegations or the calls for action. Two suspects have been arrested by Cherokee County authorities after a 17-pound seizure of fentanyl-laced meth was found at a house near Holly Springs. The seizure is said to have an estimated street value of over $750,000. James Aldred and Lynnette De Becker were arrested and charged with multiple crimes, including trafficking and manufacturing both methamphetamine and fentanyl, and the sale of Schedule 1 Narcotic. The investigation into the drug trafficking organization responsible for meth distribution and sales in Cherokee County is ongoing. Cherokee High School in Cherokee County will have a new principal starting this fall. The current principal, Rodney Larrotta, has been promoted to executive director of administrative leadership for elementary schools. The new principal, Andy Hall, is currently serving as the principal of the ACTIVE Academies Campus. Hall has previously served as an assistant principal at River Ridge with a focus on curriculum and has been a teacher and coach in Cherokee and Woodstock High School. Larrotta has previously been principal at Hasty Elementary School Fine Arts Academy and worked as a teacher and coach at Woodstock High School. Six Cherokee County School District students were awarded in the 2023 Atlanta American Institute of Architects High School Design Competition. Etowah High School students, Megan Reed and Mikayla Parks, placed second in the advanced level contest. Sequoyah High School students, Olivia Power, Wyatt Rock, Rylee Trusner, and David Paliotta, won first, second, third place, and honorable mention respectively in the food kiosk design challenge. All six students are involved in the Career Pathway for Architectural Drafting and Design at their high schools. Their wins set a new school and district record for recognition. Woodstock's baseball team began their playoff campaign with a resounding victory over South Paulding, winning both games at home. In Game 1, the Wolverines scored seven runs in the first inning and continued to pile on runs, winning 15-3 in five innings. In Game 2, the Spartans held Woodstock to a 4-1 lead until Mylon Uribe's bases-clearing double gave the Wolverines a comfortable lead. Coogan Bombard pitched the first four innings and Kevin Maurer pitched the final two, allowing only one run between them. Woodstock advances to the second round of the playoffs and will host the winner of Apalachee and Pope. Canton officials and staff held an open house to present a potential site plan for a new park in the south area of the city. Proposed amenities in the plan include a playground, dog parks, food truck area, a band stand, and a ropes course, among others. Citizens were invited to give feedback on the plan, with the kid's play area, dog parks, and tree ropes course receiving the most support. Some residents expressed concerns about traffic and property values. TSW, the designer for the project, will incorporate community feedback before presenting a proposed concept to the city council in the future. Etowah's baseball team dominated Newnan on their home field, winning both games and advancing to the second round of the Class AAAAAA state playoffs. The Eagles scored double-digit runs in both games, while limiting the Cougars to just four runs across both games. The Eagles' Game 2 win marked head coach Robinson's 300th win since taking over 16 seasons ago. The team will now face North Forsyth in the next round, having won six of their last seven games. Robinson said, "This is the time to be playing your best baseball," and is pleased to have "a couple of tough wins on the road." For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com/ https://cuofga.org/ https://www.drakerealty.com/ https://www.esogrepair.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Connecticut has started the process to redesign Seaside State Park in Waterford, the location of a former sanatorium. Proposed budget cuts for Connecticut colleges could mean tuition hikes and layoffs. A training center on Governors Island will prepare workers for green jobs. And Connecticut lawmakers are considering major bail reform.
Today on AirTalk, we break down LA County's new budget. Also on the show, Tucker Carlson leaves Fox News; Montana moves forward with its bill to ban TikTok; why people are choosing to reverse their cosmetic procedures; and more. Making Sense Of L.A. County's Proposed $43 Billion Budget (0:15) Fox News Announces It's Parting Ways With Host Tucker Carlson -- How Will (23:20) Montana Approves A Bill To Ban TikTok – If Passed, How Would It Actually Work? (51:25) Sex-Specific Brain Signals Drive Obesity Differently In Men And Women, According To New Study (1:07:35) Are More People Reversing Their Cosmetic Procedures? Plastic Surgery Trends And Why The ‘Natural' Look Is Having A Moment (1:19:59)
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The European Union is considering adopting a wide-ranging regulatory regime for the licensing and litigation of standard essential patents (SEPs). Proposed for release on World IP Day (April 26, 2023), a leak revealed the EU plan to create an administrative tribunal to perform mandatory “essentiality checks” of certain SEPs, set royalty rates for those SEPs, mandate public disclosure of licenses, and provide mandatory but non-binding conciliation for disputes. Critics contend that this regulatory regime is unnecessary and will stifle the explosive rate of innovation in mobile telecommunications with added costs. Supporters argue this regime will bring more certainty in the marketplace and reduce costs in litigation over SEPs. This panel of experts will discuss the EU proposal and its implications for participation in standards development, patent law, commercial law, competition law and innovation policy in the global innovation economy.Featuring:Elisabeth Opie, Founder and Principal Solicitor, Opie International Technology LawyersAdam Mossoff, Professor of Law, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason UniversityJorge Contreras, Professor of Law, University of Utah College of Law[Moderator] Urška Petrovčič, Senior Fellow, Hudson InstituteVisit our website – www.RegProject.org – to learn more, view all of our content, and connect with us on social media.*******As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker.
Nick Diego and Birgit Pauli-Haack discuss the most recent Gutenberg plugin release 15.6, the proposed schedule for WordPress 6.3 release in August of this year and a few things that are in the works. Show Notes / Transcript Special Guest: Nick Diego Announcements Community Contributions GiveWP: Visual Donation Form Builder in Beta Bring me your…
In this episode of S&C's Critical Insights, Inosi Nyatta, Craig Jones and Sam Saunders discuss new and proposed regulations involving critical minerals in the United States and European Union. Critical minerals, referred to as critical raw materials in the EU, are generally defined to include, among others, cobalt, graphite, lithium, manganese, nickel and rare earth minerals and are key components to clean energy technologies (in particular batteries) and other high-tech products. In the United States, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), which was passed in August 2022, provides an estimated $369 billion in investments in energy security and climate change programs and also creates significant tax incentives for critical minerals to be extracted, processed and/or recycled in the United States or countries that are trade partners with the U.S. Proposed by the European Commission in March 2023, the Critical Raw Materials Act (CRMA), aims to secure the EU's supply of critical raw materials and bolster Europe's own extraction, processing, refining and recycling of strategic raw materials. The CRMA would create a European Critical Raw Materials Board, set EU-wide targets for annual consumption of strategic raw materials, and establish a streamlined permitting process for strategic projects. However, unlike the IRA, it does not provide any additional funding.
This is the All Local Morning for Friday, April 21, 2023.
In the first hour of "Connections with Evan Dawson" on Friday, April 21, 2023, we talk with Apache activist Wendsler Nosie about a proposed copper mining project in Arizona that, if it moves forward, would disrupt Indigenous land.
Jim Bianco joins Fox Business to discuss Proposed Fed Regulations on Smaller Banks & Tax Season Data with Charles Payne.
Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
IL State Sen. Laura Fine (D-9th) joins Lisa Dent to talk about a drug education bill named after Bartlett resident Louie Miceli, who died of a heroin overdose in 2012. Louie’s Law would require K-12 public schools in Illinois to produce a drug education curriculum intended to reduce substance use risk factors. Follow The Lisa […]
Jim O'Callaghan, member of the Oireachtas Finance Committee, gives his reaction to comments by Secretary General of the Department of Health Robert Watt to committee.
April 18, 2023 - Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara, a Capital Region Democrat, discusses his legislation banning companies with ties to America's foreign adversaries, like China, from owning farm land in New York, which he views as a risk to food security in the Empire State.
The House DFL plan calls for $275 checks for single folks and $550 for couples that fall beneath an income threshold. Adam Carter says the amounts are far too low, bordering on insulting.
Paul Lathrop and Craig DeLuz talk about some bad proposed legislation in California.
Senate GOP unveils its proposed budget.The Senate changes the Don't Say Gay bill. Plus, the state Supreme Court weighs a COVID class-action ban and more. From the television studios at WFYI, it's Indiana Week in Review for the week ending April 14, 2023
It sounds like Spo is thinking of tinkering with the starting five and rotation, so Hoch and Solana propose a full change to the starting five they think can help the Heat fix their rebounding issues.
Terry Mattingly of GetReligion Pop Goes Religion: Faith in Popular Culture GetReligion.org
HOUR 1 The Sox winning streak came to an end in Tampa Curtis rips Tatum for caring about a regular season record Greg is enraged by the proposed 4 day work week in Massachusetts
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This week, Logan and Evan explore several topics that are currently shaping the tech industry. They start by discussing Jack Harlow's investment in Phocus, a Louisville-based drink brand, and highlight the potential benefits of the collaboration between the popular rapper and the beverage company. We then delves into Tesla's recent decision to reduce the prices of its Model S and Model X vehicles, and the implications this may have on the automotive industry. The hosts also examine the proposed RESTRICT act and its potential risks, including the possibility of criminalizing the use of VPNs and authorizing additional surveillance of US citizens' online activity. Finally, the podcast features an AI Edge segment that discusses Google's plan to integrate conversational AI features into its search engine, and how this move could change the user experience significantly. Visit us at MiddleTech.com Follow Us Twitter Instagram Facebook LinkedIn Logan's Twitter Evan's Twitter Middle Tech is proud to be supported by: KY Innovation Bolt Marketing