One senior bureaucrat said Mr Abbott’s staff could be concerned about privacy or a poor reaction to the information being made public. Say the visit has not been approved and you are unaware of the reasons, the Finance Department official instructed a colleague via email in March. Identify PM or the PMO as the decision makers, just leave it vague.
The poll suggested many Americans would support similar measures, but there a wide gulf between Democrats and Republicans on banning specific types of guns. Overall, 6 in 10 Americans support a ban on AR 15 rifles and similar semi automatic weapons. Roughly 8 in 10 Democrats, but just about 4 in 10 Republicans, support that policy..
You got to work hard. It’s about work. These guys are just used to going out on the court and standing in one place all the time. George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery as well as those of Eric Garner, Sandra Bland, and Michael Brown. And I’m exhausted by a heartbreak that never seems to stop. Right now it’s George, Breonna, and Ahmaud.
A pan European equity index opened 0.5% lower though it remains just 1.2% off record highs hit at the end of 2019, its losses limited by a half percent gain in energy shares . MSCI’s index of global equities pulled back 0.2% . Indexes were lower but they had clawed back most of their earlier falls ..
USC has a big weekend of visitors and Phoenix (Ariz.) North Canyon five star offensive lineman Austin Jackson is the headliner. Jackson has already visited Oregon and Washington and will visit Arizona State as well. Jackson is one of the most athletic tackles in the country and has tremendous upside.
“For the remainder of this season, I will work tirelessly behind the scenes while evaluating every aspect of the organization, Rose wrote. “Most immediately, we will support Mike Miller, his staff and our team, who have plenty of basketball left to be played this season. I want to thank Mike for his continued leadership and professionalism during this period.”.
TRENTON Firefighters rescued a city resident from a smoke filled basement during a roiling blaze that damaged two homes in Chambersburg early yesterday, officials said.The rescued man and three family members who tried to fight the fire from outside with garden hoses were taken to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation.Their injuries were not believed to be serious.Officials credited Steve Yarosz and Michael Brown, members of the Fire Department’s Rescue 1 team, for getting the man out of the basement safely.”They did their job today,” Capt. Mike Oakley said yesterday.Oakley, who is investigating the blaze along with Fire Marshal Capt. Mike Fitzpatrick, said the fire began in some plastic bags filled with trash that were left in the home’s screened in porch.The occupant of the basement, who smokes and occasionally burns incense, may have left a smoldering object inside by accident, Oakley said.A woman who lives in the home on the first block of Franklin Street came home around midnight and smelled smoke, but she thought it was an outdoor stove and went to bed.About two hours later, she awoke to see a bright light coming from the rear windows.