Ask me anything! Friday with Craig Settles, Community Telehealth Pioneer 2:30 p.m. ET: Broadband Lunch

Today, senator Ed markey, D-Mass., Senator Chris Van Hollen, D-Maryland, and representative Grace Meng, DN.Y., led 40 members of Congress to introduce the Securing Universal Communications Connectivity to Ensure Student Success Act (SUCCESS). The bill would extend the Emergency Connectivity Fund for five years and provide $ 8 billion per …

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Does more or less political competition make a better government? Lawmakers are ringing the cards

Arizona Independent Constituency Commission October 28, 2021. Left to right: Shereen Lerner, Derrick Watchman, Erika Neuberg, David Mehl, Douglas York. More political competition between Republicans and Democrats running for the Arizona legislature means more choice for voters. Or maybe the result is a deadlock on Capitol Hill and an imbalanced …

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Rev. Nabors: The community must provide “alternative roads, not dead ends”

Reverend Michael Nabors, president of the local branch of the NAACP, hosts the “Stop the Violence” rally on December 1. (Photo of the round table) Gathered around the corner where gunshots claimed the life of one teenager and injured four others, community leaders on December 1 denounced gun violence and …

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City Disputes Man Could Not Breathe During Fatal Arrest Attempt | National government and new policies

FILE – Mussallina Muhaymin, who filed a complaint against police officers in Phoenix over the 2017 death of her brother, Muhammad Abdul Muhaymin, as officers attempted to arrest him outside a community center, poses for a portrait on June 5 2020 in Phoenix. Phoenix City Council approved a $ 5 …

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Weathervanes: the exhibition looks at works of art with a purpose | Lifestyles

By KIM COOK Associated Press Perched atop churches, barns, businesses, homes and seats of government, weathervanes have, over hundreds of years, taken the form of everything from farm animals to pets, from storybook characters to racing cars. They were invented for an important job: to tell which direction the wind …

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Our Town: Ways to Help This Holiday Season | Explore the holidays

While many of us focus on celebrating the holidays, this is a time when others struggle to make ends meet. According to Feeding America, over 60 million people have gone to food banks and community programs to keep their tummies full in 2020. The pandemic has exacerbated the hardships for …

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Five siblings hope for community support after losing both parents | Arizona News – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNzV3ygfmXU Oakland News Now – Five siblings hope for community support after losing both parents – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Five siblings unexpectedly lost …

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Government officials introduce bill to make drinking water more accessible

Million dollar program to help families and businesses across the country WASHINGTON, DC (KYMA, KECY) – On November 30, Senators Mark Kelly (D-AZ) and James Risch (R-ID), along with Reps Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) and John Katko (R-NY) announced a bill to provide families and businesses with better access to drinking …

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Ohio State Safety Lathan Ransom gives back to community, says Buckeyes must “remember what it feels like” after loss to Michigan

Giving back to his community has always been important to the safety of Ohio state Lathan Ransom and he spent part of his day doing so on Monday. Ransom spent a few hours Monday afternoon at the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Central Ohio, which provides housing for families of …

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Coldest city in every state – 24/7, Wall St.

Special report November 29, 2021 2:00 PM With the holidays upon us, winter, with its short days and freezing nights, is about to befall the United States. Regardless of the region of the country, every state experiences a certain level of cold in winter. Even in Hawaii, temperatures drop below …

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