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Illinois Lawmakers Pass COVID-19 Adminis...

Illinois teachers’ unions celebrate a legislative victory last week after a proposal to give school employees administrative leave for COVID-19-related sick days for themselves and their children was passed by Springfield lawmakers. The School Employee Allowances and Wage Protection Bill, which is now heading to Gov. JB Pritzker’s office, was defended by the state’s teachers’ […]

First Jewish dating app launched in Gulf...

After a year of Abraham’s deals brokered by the United States, the very first dating site was launched in the Gulf to match Jewish singles, Al Arabiya News reported on Sunday. According to the outlet, the website called JSG-Jewish Singles in the Gulf-launched earlier Sunday and aims to encourage Jewish singles living in the area […]

The FIA ​​brings together five officials

LAHOR: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested five men – including officials from the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) – and registered two separate cases against two oil marketing companies (OMC) – Fossil Energy Pvt Ltd and Askar Oil Services Pvt Ltd – for their involvement in the June 2020 fuel crisis. The agency […]

Agreement would reorganize private fores...

By the associated press SALEM, Ore. – An agreement was reached between forestry and environmental groups to overhaul the management of 10 million acres of private forests in Oregon. Oregon Public Broadcasting reports that the agreement, announced Saturday by Gov. Kate Brown’s office, concludes more than a year of negotiations to develop a plan to […]

2 Texas school districts challenge GOP l...

School districts in Dallas and Austin, Texas reportedly said on Friday that they would ignore a request from State Representative Matt Krause to survey school library books dealing with race and race. sexuality. The Austin Independent School District was the first to challenge this demand, and the Dallas School District followed shortly after, the Houston […]

Letter: HB 1775 similar to burning histo...

House Bill 1775 is a disguised book-burner law, and makes it legal to fire teachers and librarians who break the law by exposing the painful reality of Oklahoma’s racist past. If HB 1775 remains legal, it allows many to assume, unless they read or learn differently, that we fateful whites have done nothing wrong. Truly? […]

BYU Colleges Highlights: Number One Rank...

J. Ruben Clark Law School J. Reuben Clark Law School is ranked number one for Best Value Law School. (BYU Newsletters) BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School ranked number one for best value for money in National Jurist’s preLaw magazine. BYU has been recognized for graduate law students with less debt than the average student, […]

Pick Perfect is the next great daily fan...

Pick Perfect is the new Daily Fantasy Sports to hit the gaming market. Launched on September 1, 2021, Pick Perfect established itself as the next big event with potentially the biggest prize pool in Daily Fantasy Sports history. They’re based in Denver, Colorado, and are already legal in 26 states, with the list growing week […]

Texas lawmaker investigates 850 race and...

A Texas Republican lawmaker has launched an investigation to identify books in libraries and public school classrooms on topics of race or gender that could “make students uncomfortable.” State Representative Matt Krause, a Republican who chairs the Texas House Committee on General Investigating, sent a letter Monday informing the Texas Education Agency of the investigation […]

Digital CI in the Singpass app can be us...

SINGAPORE – Forgot to bring your NRIC to register in a polyclinic to see the doctor? Soon, that might not be a problem anymore, as people will be able to use the digital ID card in their Singpass mobile app instead. Starting next Monday (November 1), all government agencies will accept digital integrated circuits when […]