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000 employees working in West Africa to treat Ebola patients; more than 700 international staff from around the world have spent varying amounts of time in the region battling the epidemic. MSF declined to provide further details about his him, as attorney general stating she has serious concerns about his former decisions including a move to oppose 2013 legislation to protect victims of domestic violenceDemocrats have come out in opposition to Gorsuch who would fill the seat left vacant after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia a year agoHeitkamp met with Gorsuch Wednesday Though she didn’t outright reject his nomination she said in a news release it is important for senators to vet and consider Supreme Court nomineesIn the statement she also criticized Senate Republicans for not holding a nomination hearing for Judge Merrick Garland whom President Barack Obama picked to replace ScaliaThe four Democrats Trump plans to have lunch with are up for reelection in 2018 Blaine, the innocent victim of a budget fight between the state’s new Republican governor and the Democratic legislators who control the General Assembly. plain and simple, theyre likely to consume an average of 23 percent more than if offered only one flavor. What does Brian recommend Never have more than two items on your plate at any time You can go back for more but lack of variety and having to get up makes you eat less (For more on how to be resilient when faced with challenges click here) Youve reduced your options But food isnt the only thing that affects how much you eat Another element of your environment is key too 6) Be Mindful Of Those You Eat With How much you eat is strongly affected by how much those around you eat but you rarely realize it Dining with friends Youll probably eat twice as much Via Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think: On average if you eat with one other person youll eat about 35 percent more than you otherwise would If you eat with a group of seven or more youll eat nearly twice as much96 percent morethan you would if you were eating alone at the Thanksgiving card table in the other room If you get a reservation for a table for four youll end up right in the middleyoull eat about 75 percent more calories than if you reserve a table for one Eating with overweight friends Youll eat more Is your waitress overweight Youll eat more Are you a woman eating with a man Youll eat less Who do you need to be most careful around Skinny overeatersWhy It makes your brain think you can eat like they do without any downside But for all you know that might be their only meal of the day.
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We are going to work with House Republicans and the governor to find the sweet spot in the middle"Dayton said his signature on a number of pending bills will depend on whether they contain items he finds "unacceptable"Among those he said is legislation that leaves out additional funds to establish optional classes for 4-year-olds Republicans approved bills that they say give schools more flexibility in helping pre-school children but schools could use the funds for classes Dayton wants Overall budget cuts Republicans want at state agencies also are an issue Dayton said"If this Legislature or the majority wants agencies to have their budgets reduced then they need to be explicit about what they want these agencies not to do" he saidA Republican mantra is to reduce the size of government to save tax moneyDayton also opposes some measures that Republicans consider reforms such as a House plan to remove the state Public Utilities Commission from deciding whether Enbridge energy can reconstruct the Line 3 oil pipeline in northern Minnesota"I won’t let that happen" Dayton saidThe governor seldom threatens a veto but his chief financial officer Myron Frans told reporters that he would recommend most spending bills written by Republicans be vetoed"The Legislature’s math just does not add up" Frans said calling it "fake math" "fuzzy math" and "alternative math"Democrats see several issues with GOP bills"There are significant problems with their lack of K-12 education funding significant (problems) with their lack of development with their investment in higher education" Senate Minority Leader Tom Bakk D-Cook saidThe simple explanation of the difference in Dayton and legislative plans is that Dayton wants to spend more money and Republicans want deep tax cutsDaudt considered a likely governor candidate complained that Dayton has added a record number of people to public health care programs "If the governor thinks that is great and is good for prosperity and how Minnesota should operate I think Minnesotans need to start looking for a new governor"The differences Frans said are "reminiscent of 2011" That is when Dayton and legislative Republicans could not agree on a state budget sending government into a three-week shutdownGazella meanwhile said he remains optimistic work will wrap on on time "It just feels a little different this year I get a feeling that people want to get done on time I think the people want us to do it I think the House Senate and governor all realize that will be a positive thing"Here is an update about how some major issues are faring in the Minnesota Legislature as lawmakers prepare to enter the home stretch of their 2017 session after an Easter-Passover break that ends April 18:Education/childrenTuition freeze/student debt Legislation to freeze tuition at some state-run colleges remains in play as do provisions to give tax breaks for families saving for college and graduates facing loan repaymentsE-12 education Deep disagreements exist over whether more money should be earmarked to increase the number of classes that are available for 4 year olds Democratic Gov Mark Dayton wants to emphasize that but Republicans who control the Legislature generally favor giving schools more flexibility about how to spend the moneyHealth/correctionsSex offenders Legislation calls for increased penalties for some sex offenders but it awaits final negotiations Also undecided is whether more money will be added to state sex offender treatment programsHealth insurance Early in the session legislation became law to ease 2017 health insurance premiums on individual policies A bill awaiting negotiations also would establish a "reinsurance" fund to help pay for big claims Other health insurance reforms also are in the worksOpioids Provisions remain under consideration to increase regulation of opioid drugs and add treatment options and provide more education about the drugsPrivate prison A bill allowing the state to enter into a lease-to-buy agreement at a private Appleton prison remains in play although the governor says he will fight itMoneyState budget There is a $165 billion projected surplus in the next two-year budget and there remains plenty of disagreement over what to do with the money However if tax cuts are treated as spending—the usual way budgets are built—the House Senate and governor each would spend about $46 billionTaxes There is a huge difference in how much should be offered in tax breaks for Minnesotans The governor wants $300 million in cuts senators supported $900 million and the House voted to lower taxes $13 billionConstructionTransportation Nearly everyone agrees that Minnesota needs to increase road and bridge spending by billions of dollars over the next decade However while the Democratic governor wants to boost gasoline and vehicle license fees Republicans insist on no tax increase but dedicating some existing sales tax revenues for transportation The parties also dispute the need for transit fundingBonding The governor proposed on the second day of the legislative session that the state sell $15 billion in bonds to finance public works projects ranging from water treatment plants to state building repairs A Senate committee examined a much smaller bill but no vote is scheduled; the House does not have a bill in placeBuffers The state’s 2-year-old law requiring vegetative buffers around water should be eased and delayed Republicans say Dayton said he will veto any bill that weakens or delays his buffer programPower plant Lawmakers passed and the governor signed a bill to allow a gas-fired power plant in Becker a coal one slated to be closedOtherStadium Officials of a board governing the US Bank Stadium home to the football Vikings got in trouble for inviting friends and family to use luxury suites free of charge Legislation is being considered to ban the practice and make changes in the stadium’s governing boardSunday sales A years-long legislative debate ended this year when lawmakers voted to allow liquor stores to open on Sundays starting in JulyReal ID Soon after legislators return from their Easter-Passover break negotiators begin to work out differences in bills the House and Senate passed to make state identification cards such as driver’s license adhere to federal rules The so-called Real ID could be used to board airlines and enter federal facilitiesProtesters Protests that closed down Twin Cities freeways drew several bills that would regulate them Provisions remain in play to increase criminal penalties for protesters who intentionally obstructs trafficThe Federal Government has called on the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) not to politicise the issue of security saying government was doing everything necessary to tackle insecurity in the country President Goodluck Jonathan made the appeal in Abuja on Monday while declaring open the 11th Delegates Conference of the NLC The theme of the conference is “The Working Class and the Challenges of National Security Unity and Democratic Development’’ Jonathan who was represented by Sen Ayim Pius-Ayim the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) said that the issue of insurgency would soon become history “We are working on the issue of insurgency and we are putting resources together from public and private sectors to ensure that the issue of insurgency becomes the thing of the past’’ The President said government would continue to collaborate and partner with the NLC to support their course Jonathan further stated that NLC should encourage youths to be creators of jobs and not job seekers by setting up their own businesses rather than waiting for government jobs He however promised that the 2015 general elections shall be better than the 2011 elections The President urged the Congress to ensure that its election was peaceful free and fair Alhaji Tanimu Turaki the Supervising Minister of Labour and Productivity said Nigerian workers must remain in the struggle for the unity and peace of the country He said the administration of President Jonathan was working so hard to curtail the issue of security in the country He urged Nigerians to appreciate the work done so far by the President stating that he gave unions in Nigeria the right to express themselves and nobody had ever been victimised The President of NLC Abdulwaheed Omar in his speech commended Nigerian workers for their support all through his eight years in office Omar said there was an urgent need for government to take decisive measures to stop the unemployment problem in the country According to him Nigeria must promote a strong industrial policy that recognises manufacturing as a key engine of growth to overcome the problem of unemployment On the issue of security he said that the rising security challenges threatened the sovereignty unity and productive capacity of the country He however advised the delegates to continue to support and collaborate with the incoming executives of the congress Mr Bobboi Kaigama the President Trade Union Congress (TUC) said labour movement believed that election should not be a do-or-die affair Kaigama called for more collaboration between TUC and NLC in formulating and executing policies for the Nigerian workers The Director-General of Nigeria Employers Consultative Association (NECA) Olusegun Oshinowo said NLC had maintained a record of effective social dialogue with employers He assured the labour movement that NECA would continue to be committed to ILO declaration on fundamental principles and right at work place NAN
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