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Federal stimulus bill; Rep. Angie Craig’s HUMBLE Act gets new attention; Klobuchar’s husband sick with coronavirus infection; and more.

The COVID-19 pandemic in D.C.; Hagedorn on climate change; and more.

COVID-19 response; Omar challenger has email list from DCCC-linked firm; Trump’s FEC appointment; and more.

Klobuchar drops out; Biden wins Minnesota primary; McCollum seeks Boundary Waters study; and more.

This week: the upcoming South Carolina primary; Minnesota still has caucuses (kind of); and Sen. Amy

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MOTM: Bolton Wanderers 0-1 Portsmouth – Dennis Politic

I’m happy that Dennis has found his place back in the squad since the departure of Verlinden back to Stoke. While we do miss the Belgians direct running at times, Politic has been more than worthy of a replacement and that was especially on display yesterday against Portsmouth. He’s spent most of this season playing out wide with Darcy operating in the middle so it was interesting to see him given the free role in

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The 10 best things government has done for us

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — “The government is the problem,” they say. “The government can’t create jobs.” Or: “The government should just get out of the way.” How many times over the past three — or 30 — years have you heard conservatives (and even a few liberals) say that there’s no role for government in fixing our economy?

They’re wrong, but this constant refrain is having an impact on our political system; it’s narrowing our options … Read More

Mars Desert Research Station

MDRS Supplemental Operations Report 24-MAR-2020

Name of person filing report: Shannon Rupert

Reason for Report: COVID-19 Shutdown

Non-nominal systems: None

Action taken for non-nominal systems: n/a

Generator check, note if oil and coolant added: No generator in use

ScienceDome Dual Split: Operational, but not in use

Solar— Nominal, providing power 24 hours a day, avg. SOC 80% per day

Diesel Reading – 60 % (ordered lock for tank)

Propane Reading, main tank – 65 %

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sister-in-law – Wiktionary

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English suster-in-lawe; equivalent to sister +‎ in +‎ law.

Noun[edit]

sister-in-law (plural sisters-in-law)

  1. A female relative of one’s generation, separated by one degree of marriage:
    1. The sister of one’s spouse.
    2. The wife of one’s sibling.
  2. (less common) Co-sister-in-law: The wife of one’s sibling-in-law.
    1. The wife of the sibling of one’s spouse.
    2. The sister of the spouse
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What’s open, closed, will it affect you?

The government is closed – possibly for a “very long shutdown” according to President Donald Trump – but will it make a difference in your life?

The answer? It depends.

If you’re among the 800,000 government employees who are not deemed “essential,” you will feel the effects of the shutdown: You will either be furloughed or forced to work without pay until the standoff is resolved.

The shutdown, which began at midnight Saturday when Congress

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My Politic on Spotify

My Politic has created a storytelling masterpiece on 12 Kinds Of Lost, exploring the human condition through empathetic narratives against a backdrop of Appalachian-influenced Americana, Country & Folk music.

12 Kinds Of Lost is an anthology record with each song telling tales through a series of characters coping with heartache, depression, anxiety, detaching from roots, dealing with cancer and fighting addiction.

Like a 1-2 punch, Guffey is a raconteur of imagination while co-writer Nick Pankey

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Buying Government Cheese | ThriftyFun

Question: Where Can I Buy Government Surplus Type Cheese?

How do I get my hands on some “Government Cheese”? Thirty years ago, I tasted some government cheese and loved it. It was a rich, yellow cheese with more protein per ounce than most public cheese. How do I get some?

By ‘Miss’ Bonnie from Denver, CO

Answers

June 2, 20116 found this helpful

Best Answer

I had the free cheese years ago, too! I

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Official California Legislative Information

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As of November 30, 2016,


the leginfo.ca.gov website is no longer updated


Please use the new California Legislative Information website located at
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/.


We understand that information on the leginfo website may be important to users who incorporate it for use within their
own organizations. To ensure that this change will have minimal impact to your organization, users currently linking to
http://www.leginfo.ca.gov need to change their links to instead point to
the new California Legislative

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Types of Headstones, Markers and Medallions Available

Bronze Medallion - Small

Bronze Medallion – Small

Bronze Medallion - Medium or Large

Bronze Medallion – Medium or Large

MOH Medallion

MOH Medallion

The Department of Veterans Affairs provides a medallion, by request, to be affixed to an existing, privately purchased headstone or marker to signify the deceased’s status as a Veteran.

This device is furnished in lieu of a traditional Government headstone or grave marker for those Veterans who served on or after Apr. 6, 1917 and whose grave in a private cemetery is marked

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Stetson University College of Law

Stetson University College of Law – Florida’s First Law School Skip to Content
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Introduction

Stetson University College of Law is ranked #1 in trial advocacy and #3 in legal writing education by U.S. News. Stetson leads the nation in blending legal doctrine with practical training. Since being founded in 1900 as Florida’s first law school, Stetson has prepared students to become highly skilled, ethical lawyers and

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Politics & Public Administration – Politics & Public Administration

Welcome to the Department of Politics and Public Administration at Ryerson University!  I am delighted you are interested in the Department, our programs, students, faculty and activities.  I am very fortunate to be the Chair of the Department – a position which is centrally about facilitating student, faculty and program success. I am excited about our past successes and our future contributions to understanding the relationship between local through to global events and phenomena, and

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