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A Parents’ Guide to Secret Society of Second-Born Royals

SECRET SOCIETY OF SECOND BORN ROYALS, from left: Faly Rakotohavana, Niles Fitch, Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Olivia Deeble, Isabella Blake-Thomas, 2020. ph: John Medland /  Disney+ / Courtesy Everett Collection

Disney princesses get an upgrade in the Disney+ original movie Secret Society of Second-Born Royals, which premiered on Disney+ on Sept. 25. The fearless princesses and princes in this live-action film actually join a top-secret training program reserved for second-born royals, with one goal: to save the world! (No sleeping for practically an entire movie or getting married at 16 years old here.) The movie stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee (Andi Mack) as Princess Samantha of Illyria, Niles Fitch (Miss Virginia) as Tuma, Isabella Blake-Thomas (Doctor Who) as January, Olivia Deeble (Home and Away) as Princess Roxana, Faly Rakotohavana (Nightmare Cinema) as Matteo, Skylar Astin (Pitch Perfect) as Professor James Morrow, Elodie Yung (Daredevil) as Queen Catherine, and more.

As Sam grows bored of the princess life that she doesn’t fit in with, her mom sends

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Government Sales Insider | Inside guide to growing your public sector sales

Rachel Eckert

By Rachel Eckert, SLED Manager

Fiscal environments at the state and local government level are very different today than they were even a few weeks ago. Budgets presented earlier this year are now being adjusted, as many governments face an upcoming revenue shortfall.

Taxes that would have been collected on our trips to the movies, restaurants and shopping malls are now not flowing into government treasuries. Fairfax County, Virginia, for example, is predicting significantly less revenue due to drops in sales tax collections, hotel occupancy taxes, car taxes, business taxes and more. With less revenue, they will have to delay some or all new programs, including additional funding for school technology purchases, police body cameras and affordable housing.

The impact is felt beyond Fairfax County. Seattle, Washington is predicting a revenue shortfall of $110 million. The State of New York comptroller has estimated that

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A Guide to Disability Rights Laws

U.S. Department of Justice

Civil Rights Division
Disability Rights Section


February 2020

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Americans with Disabilities Act

Telecommunications Act

Fair Housing Act

Air Carrier Access Act

Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act

National Voter Registration Act

Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

Rehabilitation Act

Architectural Barriers Act

General Sources of Disability Rights Information

Statute Citations

For persons with disabilities, this document is available in large print, Braille, and CD.

Reproduction of this document is encouraged.


This guide provides an overview of Federal civil rights laws that ensure equal opportunity for people with disabilities. To find out more about how these laws may apply to you, contact the agencies and organizations listed below.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The ADA prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in employment, State and local government, public accommodations, commercial facilities, transportation,

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Guide: Citing U.S. Government Publications

Government documents can be confusing to cite. They can take the form of anything from an informational pamphlet to a Congressional debate and everything in between. Unlike standard publications, these documents do not necessarily follow the pattern of author, title, publisher, date. This guide will try to help you get started building your citation, but if you get stuck, contact a librarian of Government Information, Maps, and Microforms Services.

Where available, we have included a link to a digital version of the item we are citing so that you can see where we are pulling our information from. Pretend that these are the actual physical objects because there are special rules for citing electronic sources. (If you are not affiliated with IUB, these objects may be unavailable to you.)

We based this guide largely on Garner and Cheney’s The Complete Guide to Citing Government Documents: A Manual for Writers &

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Political Clip Art Illustrations – Clipart Guide

ACTIVITY CLIP ART
Beachcombing, Boating, Camping, Dining, Fishing, Gardening, Hiking, Horseshoes, Hunting, Painting, Picnic, Playing, Reading, Riding Horses, Sailing, Shopping, Talking, Walking,

AMERICANA CLIP ART
4th of July, American Flag, Apple Pie, Baseball, Military, Patriotic, Presidents, Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Veterans,

ANIMAL CLIP ART
Baby Animals, Bears, Bees, Big Cats, Birds, Butterflies, Cats, Chicken, Cute Animals, Deer, Dogs, Dolphins, Dragon, Eagles, Elephants, Farm Animals, Fish, Frog, Frogs, Hogs, Horses, Insects, Kittens, Lions, Monkeys, Pets, Pigs, Puppies, Reptiles, Stork, Tigers, Turkey, Watch Dog,

ANIMATED GIFs

BEVERAGES CLIP ART

BIRTHDAY CLIP ART

BLACK AND WHITE CLIPART

BOAT CLIP ART
Canoe, Catamaran, Cruise Ship, Fishing Boat, Kayak, Rafting, Sailboat, Ship, Tugboat, Yacht,

BUILDING CLIP ART
Churches, Gas Stations, Houses, Restaurants, Schools, Stores,

BUSINESS CLIP ART
Boss, Business Men, Business Woman, Businessman, Charts, Contract, Employees, Graphs, Handshake, Job, Money, Office, Phone, Sales, Secretaries, Work,

CARTOON CLIP ART
Cartoon Animals, Cartoon Character, Cartoon Clipart,

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