U.S. Executive Update – October 28, 2021 – Government, Public Sector

United States: U.S. Executive Update – October 28, 2021 November 01, 2021 Squire Patton Boggs LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. This report provides an overview of the priorities of the US executive through daily programs and the previous day’s press releases. POTUS schedule* 9:00 …

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Tropical-Pacific Weather | National | wdrb.com

Tropical-Pacific weather for Sunday, October 31, 2021 ————— East Pacific: Calm the next few days In the eastern and central Pacific there is no notable organized tropical system and no development is expected over the next few days. However, an area of ​​low pressure is expected to cross southern Central …

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Arizona Community Banks See Deposits Increase 26% in 1 Year

At the end of last month, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) released data showing that Arizonans have now deposited 11.5% of their money in local banks or community banks. This is a significant jump from the 3% in 2013 and 8.5% recorded in June of last year. With just …

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Maricopa County wants National Guard to help prison staff | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) – The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is looking for ways to use Arizona National Guard personnel to help run the understaffed prison system in the state’s most populous county a spokesperson for the sheriff’s office said. “The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office continues to assess the administrative needs of …

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Will the Halloween weekend weather be a treat? Not everyone will boo

By Allison Chinchar, CNN meteorologist Halloween weekend seems dry for most of the United States, although some say “brrr” instead of “boo”. Some trick-or-treaters may need a rain jacket to accompany their costumes, while others may need snow boots. Some cities may choose to make treats on Saturdays, as children …

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A replica of the tomb of the unknown soldier pays homage | News from the community of St. Tammany

Residents of St. Tammany visited a replica of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Veterans Plaza in Covington for three days in October to honor generations of military men and women. Among the visitors and special guests was Joseph Richard who, at just 16, witnessed the attack on Pearl …

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City seeks to limit new water meters outside its limits | City News

Cave Creek city council is expected to discuss limiting new water meters outside of its limits at a meeting in November. City staff presented proposals for updating the 2017 water policy at the September 20 council meeting. The revisions are intended to help ensure the long-term sustainability of water supplies …

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A dozen warrants have been served in a case of embezzlement of the town hall | New

A spokesperson for the agency investigating allegations of embezzlement at Parker’s town hall said a total of 12 warrants had been issued in the case since the end of September. Tania Pavlak of the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office said seven of the warrants issued since September 27 were for bank …

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High Court Adds Climate Change and Immigration Matters to Role | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

WASHINGTON (AP) – Despite objections from the Biden administration, the Supreme Court on Friday agreed to consider a climate change case that could limit the power of the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The court also said it would hear a Republican-led immigration challenge. The cases will …

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More rain to come. How much will we have?

After a northeast that drenched the region earlier this week, the Hudson Valley is forecasting more precipitation heading into the weekend. Parts of the region received 2-5 inches of rain on Monday and Tuesday, causing flooding, wind damage and power outages to many parts of the northeast. So, will this …

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