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Derby goats, Aubrey Plaza, penguin protest: News from around our 50 states

by:Tuowei     2019-09-10
Alabama park: a non-profit organization has been set up to help support state parks.
The Alabama State Park Foundation will raise funds through donations to help improve park facilities and projects, officials said.
The organization\'s website promotes contributions to the construction of huts and trails and provides scholarships for young campers.
Most of the $22-4000 budget
The park system is charged by visitors and donations will be used as a supplement to improved funding.
Three years ago, after the transfer of funds to other state institutions, voters approved a constitutional amendment to protect the funds of the park system.
Some parks have been closed and maintenance projects have been delayed.
Dan Hendricks of Florence serves as chairman of the Foundation.
Araska Anchorage: Residents of the Aleutian Islands plan to bring home the removed indigenous remains nearly a century ago.
Anchorage Daily reported that officials on the remote island chain stretching from southwest Alaska are studying
The Smithsonian Institution\'s annual plan to repair the remains of more than 175 people on 11 islands.
The researchers say some remains are 3,000 years old.
Mark snagarov, president of the Atka tribe, said officials planned to bury the first remains in shemia this summer.
They plan to bury the rest of the population on 2020 and 2021.
University of Kansas researchers will also collect genetic material from bones before the remains are returned.
New passengers at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport-
Traffic records for the third quarter
At the airport, this month is always very busy, because the warm weather and spring training attract tourists to the Sun Valley.
But more than 4.
5 million passengers arrived and left Tiangang this year, breaking a record a year ago.
This figure represents the growth of 3.
The number of tourists increased by 3% over last year.
The airport reported about 120,000 passengers a day.
This figure reached 146,000 people per day in March 2019.
This increase also means that passenger traffic in the first three months of 2019 increased by 3% year-on-year.
Mayor Kate gellago said in a statement that the figures show a strong demand for entry and exit from Phoenix.
ArkansasLittle Rock: nearly thirty years after the state became the first state to limit someone\'s time in the legislature, lawmakers may find out next year how much voters are willing to limit their time in office.
Arkansas lawmakers are sending voters a proposal that will revise the term limits of House and Senate members for the second time in the past few years. It’s a pre-
One group is trying to pre-empt another proposal, which will impose the strictest U. S. term limit in 2020 votesS.
Arkansas currently limits lawmakers to 16 years in office, according to an amendment approved by voters in 2014, which relaxed restrictions in 1990.
It is one of the 15 states with a legislative deadline.
University of California, Los Angeles: this year, former first lady Michelle Obama and many celebrities will celebrate university signing day at UCLA with thousands of students.
Obama, Conan O\'Brien, Kelly Roland, Bay Resha, Jesse Williams, Arthur, Pentatonix, La Anthony, Don Cheadle, other entertainers and athletes are scheduled to gather at the University of California, Los Angeles campus on Wednesday to mark the day when high school students choose to receive higher education.
It will be Obama\'s sixth College Signing Day.
As first lady, Obama used the Reach hisher initiative to motivate high school students to continue their education by going to college, attending training programs or joining the army.
Colorado-Granada: A team at the University of Denver is using drone images to create a 3D reconstruction of World War II
Era Japan intern camp in southern Colorado.
Researchers used Swiss drones last week.
Headquartered at senseFly, as part of the map project, help with the future recovery of Camp Amache in Granada.
From 1942 to 1945, more than 7,000 Japanese
Immigrants from the United States and Japan were forcibly transferred to the Amachi camp.
They are one of 110,000 Japanese.
Americans were ordered to go to camps across the United States. S.
Amache\'s efforts are part of a growing campaign to identify and protect the United StatesS.
Historical sites linked to people of color.
ConnecticutHartford: the entity that oversees the allocation of state funds to help homeowners whose foundations are broken has stopped authorizing new infrastructure work until payment is received from the housing department of the State Council.
Michael margeras, director of solutions compensation company, Connecticut state Foundation
The suspension was announced on Monday.
Maglaras said that, given its commitment, the exclusive insurance company has determined that it \"cannot, in good faith, approve any new engagement agreement\" without funds \".
There are 80 houses in the pipeline under construction.
National bond committee chaired by the democratic government
Ned Lamont released $20 million to the housing authority in April 2.
DelawareWilmington: when Aubrie Square provided lunch for those in need at the Emmanuel restaurant on Monday afternoon, none of the hungry men, women or children had TV from her starring and
However, they clearly recognized her efforts, as well as the 10 youth teams from Delaware
H, he provided a plate of baked ziti, Four Seasons beans and biscuits for 169 people seeking hot meals.
The \"park and Rec\" star who visited his family in town on weekends is the national youth service ambassador organization 4-H.
As a young girl, she volunteers at the childcare center near the nursing department and the Mary Campbell Center, home of adults and children with disabilities.
\"I really want to go back to where I have been in the past,\" Plaza said . \" He recalled dressing up as an Easter Bunny a few years ago and taking pictures with the children.
Washington, Colombia: The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the area and a police officer for searching a yard belonging to a woman who made negative comments about the police.
According to The Washington Post, ACLU filed a federal lawsuit against Colombian district and official Joseph gumpton on Monday.
The lawsuit accused the police of illegally searching Dennis Price\'s yard on last May in retaliation for her criticism of the police.
Price\'s son was killed by a police car earlier in the month.
Police say they are hunting down a man and think he threw a gun at Price\'s yard and then searched the yard without a warrant.
The video shows they haven\'t found anything.
The police said they did not know the yard was price.
FloridaTallahassee: an expanded state counter
Hazing law has been sent to the government.
The Legislature unanimously passed the bill by Ron Desatis.
House vote 114-
If someone is seriously injured or died on Tuesday, even if the organizer did not attend the event, the person who organized the bullying would be punished.
It also prohibits bullying of former Brotherhood members or members of other organizations.
The current law deals with pledges and active members.
Before the vote, Andrew Coffey\'s parents tearfully requested support for the bill. The 20-year-
An old student at Florida State University died of alcoholism in November 2017.
Campus fraternity
The Act provides an exemption for the first person to call 911 for assistance or to provide assistance immediately.
GeorgiaSavannah: a new historical symbol has been awarded to a woman who has helped maintain peace and fair trade between the Creek Indians and the then new Georgian colony.
The Savannah Morning Post reported that the Mark described Mary Musgrove, the translation of Gen.
James Oglethorpe goes from 1733 to 1743
The mother of Musgrove is Creek, and the father is British.
She set up a trading station after 1717 getting married to John Musgrove.
The mark at Lafayette Square is special for Friday.
Joey Daniel Schwartz, the teen of the American colony, said masgrove was the founder of the colony, but until now, the historic district of Savannah has not been marked.
In 1961, a building was built at Savannah sugar refining.
Grounds is about a mile from Musgrove\'s trading station and points out that her Indian name is \"Cousaponakeesa \".
Hawaiian Airlines will test hybrid aircraft in the hope of using them for short term
Take a commercial flight.
Star of Honolulu
Mokulele Airlines and Los Angeles-
US-based aircraft design company Ampaire plans to test a hybrid on Mokulele\'s Maui route in September or October.
The two companies said hybrid aircraft would offer lower operating costs, more routes and more frequent flights.
Hawaii is perfect for this service as the community relies on short term service
Flights between islands.
The partnership will include renting Mokulele\'s pilot and hangar space at the Kahului Airport on Maui to Ampaire.
Officials said Mokulele was acquired by Southern Airlines in February, but the partnership with Ampaire will continue.
IdahoBoise: After four conservation groups asked the judge to stop drilling immediately, the state is seeking intervention from the federal government to carry out mining and other activities in seven states in the West to protect the habitat of songchickens.
Idaho and Utah filed documents in the United StatesS.
Late last week, the district court tried to defend a plan proposed by President Donald Trump earlier this year.
In a lawsuit filed in 2015, the environmental protection group said the plan weakened the Obama administration\'s earlier version.
Earlier last week, the protection group asked a judge to completely block the Trump administration\'s plans in Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, California and Oregon. Idaho Gov.
Brad litter says it\'s best to save the sage grouse through the collaborative process.
Chicago, Illinois: The country\'s capital may be known for the cherry blossom season, but the Windy City will also have its own cherry blossom season this year.
According to the Chicago Tribune, about 160 young flowering cherry trees planted near the Museum of Science and Industry are mature enough to hold an exhibition this spring.
The trees were planted in 2013 to mark 120 anniversary of 1893 Chicago World Expo.
Flowers are expected to peak in the first or second week of May.
The Chicago Park plans to provide status updates on its website.
Karen Szyjka, operations support manager at Chicago park, said Jackson Park\'s cherry tree is the largest collection in the Chicago area and is planted for Japanese cherry blossoms.
IndianaIndianapolis: with the issue of Indiana 100, the state\'s court system has reached a new milestone --solving court.
The recent certification by the Pulaski County Veterans Treatment Court means that there are now 100 courts in the state dedicated to issues including medication, veterans, mental health and domestic violence.
Pulaski County judge Crystal Kocher said she is proud of the new veterans court for getting her rural county certified.
She said its creation \"highlights the needs and possibilities for rural communities across the state to provide integrated services.
50 counties in Indiana now face a problem
Several of these courts are in the planning stage.
IowaDes Moines: at an event at Franklin Junior High School Town Hall on Sunday, six people dressed up as Penguins asked Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Young about climate change.
The dressed questioner represented the Bold Iowa State, a Democratic group created by former state councillor Ed Fallon, around climate change and environmental protection.
Penguin costume is in response to Yang\'s quote from another campaign, saying, \"people with financial difficulties have the attitude that penguins can wait in line.
Activists have asked Yang to make climate change a priority.
Yang responded that climate change is important, but through his plan, helping people with economic needs and giving basic income to all citizens is a way to start fixing climate change.
KansasTopeka: Lawmakers have tightened financial requirements for operating a nursing home permit.
State regulators were forced to take over 22 troubled nursing homes last year.
Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services officials told the Kansas City Star that they had no choice because the nursing home manager was lagging behind on bills for infrastructure such as food and utilities, put the health and safety of residents at risk.
The legislature passed the bill required by the democratic government.
Laura Kelly\'s government has requested more financial information from people who apply for a nursing home licence.
Under the new law, applicants must demonstrate that they have sufficient liquidity in the first 12 months of operation.
All eyes of the Kentucky Derby week are on the horse race.
But in the barn at the back of chugili Manor, you may findthe-
The scene of the animal snoozing at the horse stall.
Lily, who is famous for his head because of eating flowers.
Causing trouble to people who don\'t catch her anymore.
And her friend Roxanne, whose horns are painted pink in oak, Kentucky, has a sixth sense of knowing which horses are running.
You might see the Trevor Ona family.
Some people say it likes to eat Doritos\'s horn goats.
If you\'re lucky, you\'ll find Oliver and Max, the pair of little goats, running on their backs-and maybe even a plush jockey.
Their owner said the goats could appear comfortably in the booth as companions of the intense pure stallion.
New Orleans: The Army Corps of Engineers said the rising Mississippi River could lead to an unprecedented reopening of a historic flood control structure.
Spokesman Boyett Rickey told WVUE-
Television says there is a good chance the Corps will have to reopen the Hood Carlyle overflow dam, which was closed in April 11.
Boyett says it has never been opened twice in a year.
The National Weather Service said the river is expected to reach 16.
9 feet in May 11, 17 feet on an instrument in New Orleans usually corresponds to a flood discharge hole.
When the Mississippi flow is 1, the spill spillway is opened to ease the pressure on the New Orleans dam.
25 million cubic feet per second, fast enough to fill the Superdome in less than two minutes.
Main Portland: fisheries managers on the East Coast are beginning the arduous process of implementing new lobster fishing restrictions designed to protect the disappearing whale species.
A federal government team group suggested last week that the number of vertical trap lines in the water be reduced by about half.
The line can trap and drown the North Atlantic right whale, which is slightly more than 400, and has dropped dozens in the decade.
The Interstate Illinois Marine Fisheries Commission met on Monday to discuss the implementation of the new rules, which aim to reduce the number of serious injuries and deaths of whales by 60%.
Colleen Kuken, who coordinates the federal government team aimed at protecting whales, said working with Canadian authorities would be key.
MarylandSalisbury: the first black woman to be president of the American University student union is seeking more than $1 in income.
5 million court-
To a new
A Nazi website operator who planned an online harassment campaign against her.
A lawyer for Salisbury native Tyler Dumpson asked a federal judge in Washington, D. C. , in a court document on Monday, to address the Daily Mail founder Andrew Anglin and one on Twitter.
Dumpson sued Anglin and the Internet troll in last April, but neither responded.
Deng son graduated from Vico high school.
She needs more than $1 in total.
8 million of the losses, including $1.
Punitive damages to Aung San and his company amounted to 5 million.
MIT student pranks hit again, drawing inspiration from America\'s hottest movies.
Over the weekend, MIT students covered the university\'s iconic dome with a huge cloth edition of Captain America\'s red, white and blue shields.
Their efforts made Twitter \"really cool!
From actor Chris Evans, the Massachusetts man who played Captain America in Marvel\'s film, including the current popular film Avengers: The End.
\"The Shield rose on Saturday night and was removed on Monday morning.
MIT students have focused similar pranks on the dome for generations, calling them \"hackers \".
A realistic police cruiser was placed on the dome in 1994.
In 1999, it was decorated like the robot r2 2 in Star Wars.
MichiganTraverse City: Scientists say moose thrive in Royal Island National Park, but the trees they feast on pay a heavy price.
According to a report by researchers at the University of Michigan technology, it is estimated that 2,060 of the clumsy beasts roam the wilderness of the island, where they spend a few weeks each winter, observing moose and
The number of elk is considered to be the highest since 1995, with a total of more than 2,400, before it can be quickly reduced to about 500 years of severe winter, food shortages and a drop ~
Wolves who have killed wolves before.
Scientists say the situation is similar now, although it is uncertain how the moose population will react.
Assistant Research Professor Sarah Hoy said its growth could slow at least in the coming year. MinnesotaSt.
Paul: The proposal to rename a state park on St.
Former Vice President Walter Mundell was abandoned after strong opposition from local residents.
House Majority leader Ryan Winkler has proposed changing the name of the Interstate Park to Mundell, who has helped protect the holy state.
Croy and other American waterwaysS.
By sponsoring the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, he became a senator in his 1960 s.
As residents of the area pushed back, Winkler turned to the Holy. Croix Park.
But more than 1,800 people signed a petition against the change of name. Rep.
Nathan Nelson says many of his constituents admire and respect Mondale but do not want to change the Holy
Name of Croix given in the 1930 s.
According to the Star Tribune, Winkler will name a trail, scenic spot or visitor center in the park under the name of Mundell.
Jackson, Mississippi: If you\'re in your 50 s looking for love in Magnolia State, you\'re probably in the worst place.
A recent study by Thesorlist uses the latest data from the United States to put Mississippi at the end of the \"best state to find love after 50\" listS.
Census Bureau of marital status and income.
Baby boomers are only about 44 years old.
According to the study, the odds of finding love here are 5%.
The ranking is based on three factors: how many 50 singles are there in each state, including divorce, widowed or single who has never been married?
How many of these singles have a median income of at least $50,000, giving them financial means so far?
Is the advanced single scene trend up or down?
There are only 13 Mississippi
7% sheets over the age of 50;
43% of people earn more than $50,000;
The change in singles has only increased by 2% since 2012.
Jefferson City, Missouri: Prank alert: Missouri Conservation says it does not intend to ban the hunting of mushrooms on public land or consider a permit to carry out the campaign.
The department is responding to a social media post containing the agency\'s logo.
It shows a false statement saying the state prohibits hunting mushrooms at public hunting grounds, including those around the lake.
It says it is legal to look for mushrooms on private land without a permit.
It also said the state was considering implementing a $50 mushroom hunting permit starting in January. 1.
These are not true.
The wildlife department said it was a scam.
In a post on Facebook, the agency asked the public to help remove rumors.
MontanaGreat falls: This year\'s state padd fish season will begin on Wednesday, opening from the downstream of Fort Benton to the Missouri River tour section of the Fort Pike dam.
This spring, there was a lot of flooding around the Fred Robinson Bridge and James keep entertainment district, so for most of the padd fish season, camping will be considered \"original\" because
Access roads and public ramps in James Kipp entertainment district are fully operational.
On the Hebei side, the passage and camping area, including the slippery Ann, Jones Island and Rocky Creek Camp, are reported to be in good condition.
The Rock Creek boat ramp is also fully functional.
Anglers who do not participate in the padd fish harvest label drawing can still purchase the padd fish barrier on the Missouri River online at the FWP office or any license provider and issue a license.
Native American education advocates say the state\'s social research standards do not teach comprehensive Native American history.
Omaha World
According to The Herald, the newly established neblas India Education Association expressed concern about the statewide standards announced last month.
The Department of Education of the state of NE is seeking public opinion on the drafted education guidelines.
The group hopes these standards will better counter misconceptions and highlight local tribes.
They say schools should teach about tribal sovereignty, Indian Science and gardening.
They also want the country to tell the centuries before Europe settled in their civilization boom.
State Board of Education Chairman John Weisel acknowledged that the proposed approach to Native American themes was \"fairly common\" and said there was time to make a change.
NevadaCarson City: some Clark County commissioners say they generally support considering gun restrictions on the Las Vegas Strip if state councillors give them the power to enact stricter gun laws.
Under a Democratic comprehensive gun bill, the county will receive that power.
Despite widespread opposition from Republicans and gun rights groups, the legislature is still under control.
Some members say state law has prevented the agency from issuing gun regulations after the deadliest mass shooting in modern America. S. history.
Gunmen attacked 2017 of the Las Vegas festival and used the shares of the pump to simulate the firing rate of automatic guns.
Nevada is one of the few states where the legislature meets every other year, so the move being considered could expand the dialogue window on gun issues.
New Hampton Inn: 130-year-
The railway bridge, which is considered to be the oldest existing railway bridge, is becoming beyond recognition. lift.
The New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources said the bridge would be dirty and subject to minor repairs from Tuesday.
The bridge spans the kongtucooke River at the intersection of Highways 103 and 127.
The project is expected to last for several weeks but will not affect vehicle traffic.
It was built for the Concord and Claremont railway and operated until 1960.
It was included in the National Register of Historic Places of interest in 1980.
The project was funded through the Protection and Heritage license plate scheme.
New jerillburn: The Milburn high school robotics team was not strong at the beginning, but after four days of competition, a robot shooting at the target, 11-
The member team won the highest prize in the VEX robot world championship.
Senior Captain of Essex County school team Brian Levin said his team lost the first two rounds in 11 rounds, but came together to win the next nine rounds
This is the first New Jersey team to win an international game.
The 7405 p Milburn Phreak performance team paired with a team at a school in Shanghai, China, winning two of three games from a joint team of Shanghai and Beijing rivals.
More than 30,000 competitors from the 1,650 teams gathered in the game in the city of Wisconsin, Kentucky.
New Mexico Trust: State Land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard has stopped further oil and gas development in New Mexico Trust\'s land near Chaco Cultural National Historic Park, many of the Americas
On Monday, the executive order confirmed that drilling was suspended in the buffer zone around Chaco Canyon and its ancient residence.
The ban will not directly affect federal and private holdings.
Garcia Richard went to Navajo to sign the ban.
She sees this as a big step forward in protecting archaeological and cultural resources.
The representative of the petroleum industry said that the Chaco Canyon National Park and the surrounding areas have established strong protection measures and archaeological investigations are needed.
New York: Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a ban on alcohol advertising on city properties.
The ban comes into effect immediately and applies to bus shelters, newsstands, wireless networks
Fi kiosks and recycling kiosks.
Restaurants, stadiums, concert halls and other places where alcohol is currently allowed to be sold are tax-free.
Existing advertising will also be allowed to be retained until the end of the contract.
Doctor, city health commissioner
Oxiris Barbot said, \"there are too many alcohol-related deaths.
Vice mayor of Health and Human Services
Herminia Palacio says advertising can affect how much and how young people are starting to drink.
On January 2018, The New York City transportation authority banned the posting of alcoholic beverages in all buses and subway cars and stations in New York City.
North Carolina: Bill to the government.
Roy Cooper\'s desk makes it clear that as long as new restrictions are followed, charities will not break the law by occasionally hosting casino \"game nights\" as fundraisers.
House agreed 95-
On Monday, the Senate revised legislation to legalize what some non-profit organizations are already doing.
Supporters of the bill say that the current implementation of bans on these activities is uneven, and it is better to allow non-profit organizations and some employers and industry associations to hold these bans, to allow alcoholic beverages to be carried, and to receive lottery prizes.
The bill still applies only to compliance with the Cherokee Casino Agreement east of Interstate 26.
Cooper vetoed a casino night measure in 2017, fearing it would attract video poker.
Lawmakers say these problems have been resolved.
North Dakota Bismarck: government
Doug Bergum has signed a complex energy bill that deals with empty pockets in the underground rock formations, although property rights advocates may continue to fight.
Cavity or void is called \"void \".
\"They belong to the owner of the surface, not the owner of the mineral.
The Bismarck Tribune reported that some land owners will no longer be compensated for the injection of oil.
Discharge waste water into their gaps.
Land owners are also banned from claiming oil.
Site wastewater injected into disposal wells on adjacent lands is migrating into their gaps.
Burgum said the bill clarified legal issues related to underground injection, which would promote the state\'s energy industry.
Opponents say this is a constitutional denial of private property rights that will lead to litigation or referral to voters.
Ohio: The state\'s natural resources department says the land it is buying will expand a nature reserve near Lake Erie, which will help protect more than 700,000 species of endangered lakeside chrysanthemum species.
The department said the purchase of 118 acres of land for $1,075,860 would increase the Lakeside Daisy State Nature Reserve in malbourhead peninsula, Ottawa County to 137 acres.
State officials say the reserve is the only natural plant population in the state.
Daisy on the lake was listed as an endangered species in Ohio in 1980. The U. S.
The Fish and Wildlife Service listed it as a federal threat in 1988. A U. S.
The Fish and Wildlife Services grant will pay 75% of the cost and the rest will come from the Ohio people donating to the national nature reserve from the national income tax refund.
OklahomaEagletown: tobacco and alcohol regulation uses modern technology in the recent resurrection
Illegal work in school: Moonlight.
According to oklahom, agents of the oklaoma Alcoholic Alcohol and Beverage Law Enforcement Commission and deputy to the McCurtain County sheriff have cracked a moonlight operation in Eagleton.
Authorities said last week a man turned himself in on suspicion of running whiskey without a liquor dealer\'s license.
Special Agent-in-
Accusing Joe Daniels of saying the investigation was from an Eagleton-
The regional convenience store sells moonlight.
Daniels said agents were driving drones in some of the wooded areas nearby where they found illegal operations.
Daniels said the Discovery Channel\'s TV show moon man sparked a revival of illegal businesses.
OregonSalem: USA. S.
The city\'s Veterans Affairs clinic is plagued by long waiting times for new patients.
According to agency data, the average delay time to see a primary care physician is 67 days.
This is the second one.
Oregon\'s worst, much longer than most Portland
VA regional clinic with an average waiting time of less than one month.
For veterans who moved to the Salem area after receiving treatment from the VA elsewhere, the wait is much worse.
It\'s not uncommon for them to wait for a few years of dating.
More than 1,100 veterans are stuck on this edge-living in or near Salem, and because they are assigned to doctors elsewhere in the northwest, they are still waiting to see Dr. Salem VA.
Veterans Administration officials acknowledged that the long wait was embarrassing and attributed it to the difficulty of recruiting doctors at the Salem Clinic.
Penniaiaharrisburg: as internet sales tax revenue is nearly four times higher than forecast for the current fiscal year, the state has received unexpected gains.
Revenue officials say the state estimates it will charge $50 million from taxes on online transactions, but looks like about $0. 2 billion will be remitted.
Two years ago, the state imposed sales tax on people who use the online marketplace to sell goods.
Pennsylvania requires businesses that do not have a physical presence in the state to pay online sales tax, according to the division of the United StatesS.
The Supreme Court ruled on last June.
For large retailers that remain in existence in many states, this ruling is considered a victory because they usually have a sales tax on online purchases before making a decision.
Providence, Rhode Island: a report by chief treasurer found that pension plans for 35 local operations in the state were close to $2.
5 billion of non-financial obligations.
According to the Providence Daily, the report of the finance minister Seth maqina found that,
30 of the plans to provide retirement benefits to police, firefighters and other municipal employees are in a \"critical state\", meaning they need to pay less than 60% of their liabilities.
Providence has a $1 billion gap between assets and accumulated liabilities.
The report also expressed concern about how much of the taxes in some communities were used to pay pension plans, which could lead to insufficient funding for other important budget priorities.
South Carolina: more than 4,000 educators and their supporters plan to rally in the State Council under the banner of education reform on Wednesday.
The event, organized by a network of teachers activists known as Ed SC, is expected to be one of the largest teacher protests in South Carolina\'s history.
The teachers involved in the rally said that the rally was necessary because their request for a 10% increase, a small number of classes and an uninterrupted planning time had been ignored.
Ed\'s SC organized protests after last week\'s state Senate shelved a 2019 education reform bill that would provide better working conditions for teachers.
At least four school districts have canceled classes because there are so many teachers asking for a day off.
South DakotaRapid city: the invention of the student who won two awards totaling $10,000 in the mining Technology College of South Dakota State is said to improve the fuel efficiency of the car by up to 10%.
Two-year students Mark Rotert and John Parker Chandler IV will have a total of $5,000 Friday pitching vortex generators, TwisTech, the governor\'s huge visual competition, according to the City Journal.
Last month, they also received another $5,000 in college bonuses for the invention of reducing vehicle resistance.
The students made a prototype of the pocket with a 3D printer --sized device.
They said they had already tested on individual cars and tested digital models using simulation software.
They said the invention increased the fuel consumption of the car by 10%.
Style car and half 7% improvementtrucks.
TennesseeNashville: in the City of Music, Kid Rock is a hand in hand.
Rock, who lives near White Creek, commissioned an artist to install a huge middle finger sculpture on his property, \"country taste\" reported.
The exit points to Ted Pelkey in Westford, Vermont, where he installed a wooden sculpture shaped like a hand flip bird on his property.
The finger caught Rock\'s attention and he reportedly contacted Pelkey to see if he could help Rock get a similar statue.
In turn, Pelkey contacted the artist who made his work and the artist agreed to make a second photo.
Recently, when his new lower Broadway steakhouse and bar logo was approved in January, Rock also made headlines. The soaring 20-foot-
The high neon sign is a huge guitar with a base deliberately shaped like a woman\'s ass.
Texas prison officials say the last written sentence of the death penalty will no longer be publicly shared, marking another new change in the country\'s busiest death room\'s day-enforcement process.
On Tuesday, ahead of the new policy, a state lawmaker expressed anger that he also blocked the Texas death row inmates from choosing their last meal in 2011. State Sen.
John Whitmill condemned prison officials for reading a final written statement from a publicly claimed racist who was executed last week for 1998 young James Byrd, who had delayed his death. , a black man.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice now says the agency will only publicly convey the oral statement of the executive chamber.
Texas prison officials also stopped allowing clergy to enter the death room last month.
UtahDuchesne: East of a national park
In honor of the former director of parks and entertainment, central Utah was renamed. A ribbon-
The cutting ceremony will be held on May 7 at Fred Hayes State Park in a state of hunger.
In 1982, Hayes began his career in the park and entertainment sector as a seasonal ranger, and from 2012 to 2018, the year he died, he served as director of the department.
Duchesne\'s Park is named after 3,495-
Hungry reservoir on acres.
According to the park website, the origin of the previous name has come down to various legends, two food reserves involving mountain people or American Indians, and another livestock that died of hunger.
Vermontmontelier: lead testing at schools and daycare centers in the state seems unlikely to be carried out this school year.
Vermont Public Radio reported that it was difficult for lawmakers to decide what level of leadership would trigger remediation and how much money the state should put into the work.
Last year, the Vermont Ministry of Health conducted water tests at 16 schools and found that all schools had traces of lead, and 5 schools had high water levels and needed immediate action.
The House introduced a bill early in the session to develop water test agreements for all schools and daycare centers.
The Senate then passed a legislation requiring any school with a lead level of more than ten billion to replace pipes or fixtures to remove lead.
Virginiquiaker: he was disappointed when Howard Hankins realized that a presidential bu image was missing from his farm Richmond times collection --
Dispatch report
The crumbling, oversized depression of 42 presidents-and the much smaller depression of Barack Obama-are the remains of an open presidential Park that no longer exists --
At the Aviation Museum near Williamsburg, visitors met with the president here.
The park was closed in 2010 and Hankins, who helped build it, offered to accept 18-to 20-
Walk to his farm about 12 miles away.
He found out after a recent tripfoot-
Obama\'s high bust is gone.
After a public call for Obama\'s return, a mysterious caller arranged for Obama\'s return.
\"He doesn\'t know what it means to everyone,\" said Hankins . \".
\"There is hope for people in this country. . . . Here we go. Let’s unite.
Maybe the whole world can do that.
By visiting the \"presidential summit hike\" page, you can book a tour through Facebook.
Seattle, Washington: This week\'s approved national budget includes $750,000 to study the effects of the possible destruction of the four Snake River dams to help salmon recover.
According to The Seattle Times, the bill calls for neutral third parties to develop a process for local, state, and tribe, with the federal and other stakeholders weighing decisions that violate the four federal dams.
Chinook salmon is the main food for endangered killer whales, which often make get sounds, and last year a government task force proposed a statewide dialogue.
Jay Inslee was founded.
Two Republican lawmakers in eastern Washington, where the dam is located, oppose the state.
The decision to remove the dam, he said, depends on the federal government, which is a waste.
Huntington, West Virginia: ceramic students at Marshall University raise $18,000 a year to help poor families.
Marshall said in a press release that bowls made by students and other volunteers brought in more than $15,000 during the empty bowl event last month, while raising nearly $2,500 in silent auctions
The fundraiser benefited food banks facing hunger.
The purchase of each bowl will cost more than 100 meals.
Hungry Food banks serve 115,000 people every year in 17 counties across West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio.
WisconsinMilwaukee: this is it! is the longest-
Operating gay bars in the state it is paying tribute to the important role it plays, and it is home to the first permanent public display of the Wisconsin lesbian, bisexual and transgender history project since it began 25 years ago.
That\'s it!
Will also be able to 18-and-
Choose the elderly group at night.
\"My late business partner, my current business partner, and myself are all committed to our history,\" said that! co-
Boss George Schneider“It’s a win-win.
Not only are we able to show off this wonderful exhibition of LGBT history, we can also open the door on a specific night under the age of 18to 21-year-
Old gay community.
\"According to city law, the venue can accommodate people under the age of 21 to display permanent visual art with cultural or historical significance.
Camming Casper: United StatesS.
According to the Ministry of Justice report, the state\'s prison population growth rate in 2017 was the third in the country.
Casper Star-
According to the Tribune, data released by the government last week showed that the population of state prisons has increased by four.
2% until the end of 2017.
Wyoming prison grew faster than Utah at the age of four.
5: 3% and Idaho. 1%.
In Wyoming, 429 people are imprisoned for every 100,000 people.
The national prison ban rate is 390 per 100,000 people.
It is reported that there are seven times more men than women in Wyoming prison.
The proportion of men in state prisons across the country is 12 times that of women.
By the end of 2017, the prison population in 29 states had decreased.
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