Brett Williams

Governor and REMDR announce pre-filing of Clean Futures Act

NMED Secretary James Kenney REMDR News: SANTA FE — The Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) announced Friday that House Bill 6, the Clean Future Act, was pre-filed by Rep. Nathan Small. The bill will be sponsored in the Senate by Senator Siah Correa Hemphill. This bill requires New …

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the semi-final will not be a walk in the park, but Emma Turner is looking forward to it

CORSTORPHINE COUGARS skipper Emma Turner has spent her week walking her dog as part of her job with a company called Sal’s Pals, but this afternoon she will take to the pitch with her rugby buddies during the semis -Tennent’s Premiership women’s play-off finals. It’s been an exciting top-flight season …

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James opens gubernatorial campaign with gospel appeal | News

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – Company owner Tim James appealed to evangelical Christian voters as he opened his Republican campaign for governor of Alabama on Wednesday, railing against the threat of “Marxism ungodly,” quoting scripture and claiming that God called the conservative state to lead the nation. Standing in front of …

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Djokovic’s ruling matches Australia’s tough immigration line – FOX13 News Memphis

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – (AP) – To people watching from afar, the treatment of tennis star Novak Djokovic by Australian immigration authorities might have seemed harsh. But Australia has long taken a tough stance on immigration, including storing refugees in offshore detention camps and preventing overseas citizens from returning home …

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ChuMinh Tofu Deli serves free meals at Little Saigon in Seattle on Sundays

Since opening all vegan Tofu ChuMinh deli in Little Saigon in 2011, Chef Tanya Nguyen has carved a place for herself in Seattle’s pantheon of plant-based restaurants. In addition to its plentiful selection of soy curries, banh mi, pho, noodle dishes and buffet, ChuMinh is also drawing attention for its …

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Report Cites Conflicts Between Sheriffs and Campaign Donors

Massachusetts sheriffs have received more than $ 2.6 million in campaign donations from entities that could benefit from doing business with their offices, according to a new report that recommends changes to limit potential ethical conflicts. The report, from Common Cause and Communities for Sheriff Accountability, examines campaign contributions to …

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Five tips for getting an insanely low rate on a personal loan

Personal loans are popular options for Australians looking to finance home renovations and other large expenses. With personal loan rates at record highs, they are also useful tools for debt consolidation and repayment. Cheap interest rates and lightning-fast online application and approval times are big pluses, but there are a …

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British Home Office backs down on Syrian asylum seeker case | Europe | News and events from across the continent | DW

The case concerns a 25-year-old Syrian who arrived in the United Kingdom in May 2020. He allegedly escaped forced conscription into the army in 2017 to avoid being forced to kill other Syrians. The man, who has not been named for his protection, said his return to Syria would be …

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Petition to ban Cornwall trail hunting on public lands

A petition asking Cornwall Council to ban hunting meetings on trails owned by council and on public lands is expected to be debated in County Hall next week. The petition has collected over 10,000 signatures in support of Action Against Foxhunting Cornwall’s appeal. It is expected to be debated by …

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Where to eat during New York City Winter Restaurant Week 2022

After the pandemic forced the cancellation of its 2020 summer program (a first in 30 years of history) and last year’s winter program shifted to take out and delivery only , this month’s return from New York Restaurant Week marks the first winter in three years that the program will …

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