Under the new policy when a snow emergency is declared and the plows need to do their job the amended ordinance would have people parking on the side of the street with even numbered addresses on even numbered days.
The centerpiece of the proposal, set to be unveiled Monday by Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), is a “paycheck bonus credit” that would shave $2,000 a year off the tax bills of couples earning less than $200,000. Other provisions would nearly triple the tax credit for child care and reward people who save at least $500 a year.
The House voted 236-191 to approve a measure funding the Homeland Security Department while simultaneously defunding President Obama’s unilateral action to provide temporary deportation deferrals and work permits to millions of undocumented immigrants.
With the two most recent drops, there have been 29 attempts by female officers to pass the course since women have been allowed to volunteer, with none making it to graduation. (At least one woman has attempted the course more than once.) Only four female officers have made it beyond the initial day of training, a grueling evaluation known as the Combat Endurance Test, or CET. Male officers also regularly fail to pass the CET, and the overall course has a substantial attrition rate for males.
“I like the intent that they want to keep track of any electronic communications between students and teachers,” says Kajzer. “But I think it’s way too broad. There are so many types of electronic communication.”
A judge has ruled that a florist who came under fire after refusing to provide flowers for a gay couple’s wedding can be personally sued and held liable by the Washington state attorney general’s office.
A New Jersey tech executive is hauling Craigslist to court because an anonymous person posted on the site claiming he was a serial cheater — and then asked readers to out the cad to his girlfriend, whose email address was listed in the posting.
A federal judge has finally ruled on whether the South Bend Police Department recordings were illegal and whether they can be released. The judge ruled that some of the recordings did violate the Wiretap Act while others did not.