Legislative News – 07-13-2021

Residential/Business solar power fees in Alabama causes federal lawsuit Homeowners and Environmental groups in Alabama have filed a federal lawsuit against the state regulators for approving Alabama’s Solar Power fees on customers who have on-site or rooftop solar Alabama Power argues that the fees are needed to maintain the infrastructure that provides backup power to customers… Continue reading Legislative News – 07-13-2021

Legislative News – 07-09-2021

Aging Dams in the US could be fixed from new bill  Lawmakers in Congress have just recently introduced a bill that could put billions of dollars into upgrading and fixing our nation’s dams The Bill has been named the Twenty-First Century Dams Act and has been introduced by Democratic US  Representative Annie Juster of New… Continue reading Legislative News – 07-09-2021

Legislative News – 07-07-2021

Failed New Voting Laws in Texas are revived by state Governor Greg Abbot With the failure of the new Texas Voting laws to be passed, the Governor of the state Greg Abbot revives Republican efforts in passing the new laws  In a special session that begins Thursday (tomorrow), he is instructing Texas lawmakers to revise… Continue reading Legislative News – 07-07-2021

Legislative News – 07-06-2021

Nation of Navajo has lifted certain Covid restrictions on their reservation Jonathen Nez, the Navajo Nation President has signed legislation today (Tuesday) to withdraw an order that closed the reservation to outside visitors Several of the Covid restrictions have been lifted for the tribal parks that will allow them to reopen at 50% capacity along… Continue reading Legislative News – 07-06-2021

Legislative News – 07-05-2021

Proposition 208 supporters now aim to block tax cuts Last year with Proposition 208 that raised taxes on the wealthy in favor of more school funding are now aimed to block new tax cuts in the state of Arizona Currently, the group has 90 days to collect 120,000 signatures which are required to stop the… Continue reading Legislative News – 07-05-2021

National News – 07-01-2021

An agreement between 130 nations on US global minimum tax for corporations 130 nations have made an agreement to a global minimum corporation tax which was announced today (Thursday) by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen  The Global Minimum Tax has not been announced yet but Biden and his administration lean towards a minimum of 15% The… Continue reading National News – 07-01-2021

Legislative News – 06-28-2021

Biden is attempting to revive the infrastructure package By highlighting the economic benefits of his Infrastructure Package plan, President Joe Biden hopes he can get it on track I highlighting the benefits, he is stressing the $973 billion is going to include the largest investment in transportation in almost 100 years and would create many… Continue reading Legislative News – 06-28-2021

Legislative News – 06-23-2021

President Biden and his new plans to battle crime in the US Today (Wednesday), President Joe Biden has announced his new anti-crime efforts Biden’s plan is mainly addressing gun violence and to provide more funding to those cities who are in need of more police  Biden will have a “zero tolerance” policy (different from Trump’s)… Continue reading Legislative News – 06-23-2021

Legislative News – 06-07-2021

New Colorado Bill now allows for retroactivity in Abuse lawsuits up to 1960 Lawmakers in Colorado in the House have passed a bill that would allow victims of sexual abuse to hold organization accountable with civil lawsuits dating all the way back to 1960 This bill will give victims three years to sue for the… Continue reading Legislative News – 06-07-2021

National News – 5-25-2021

One injured after gunfire near George Floyd Square on first anniversary At least one person suffered non-life-threatening injuries after gunshots were reported near the spot where George Floyd was killed one year ago, a spokesperson for the Minneapolis Police Department said Tuesday The Associated Press earlier reported that as many as 30 shots were heard… Continue reading National News – 5-25-2021

Breaking News – 04-30-2021 – Home Found with 90 people inside in Houston, TX – Possible Human Trafficking or Human Smuggling Operation

More than 90 people discovered in Houston homes, police believe to be smuggling Today April 30, 2021, Houston Police find more than 90 people in Southwest Houston home after a call to investigate a potential kidnapping Houston PD delivered a briefing at 1:30 pm CT and report five women in the home and the rest… Continue reading Breaking News – 04-30-2021 – Home Found with 90 people inside in Houston, TX – Possible Human Trafficking or Human Smuggling Operation

National News – 04-28-2021

Astronaut Micheal Collins from Apollo 11 dies at 90 During his mission on Apollo 11, he piloted the command module but never walked on the moon While he never set foot on the moon’s surface, he was a critical part of the mission, which, without him staying in the craft, could not have been performed… Continue reading National News – 04-28-2021

OPINION: Donny Slade – Tulsi Gabbard was the best chance Democrats had – now what?

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OPINION: Donny Slade – Billionaires aren’t as bad as they’re being made out to be – sort of

Whole Foods should be praised for innovative thinking with regards to Human Resources management and employee benefits. At any other time in history this is a story about innovative HR leadership, not harping on Billionaires loosely tied to a brand acquisition.

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