Charity raffle offers Picasso painting for €100 a ticket

first_imgCharity raffle offers Picasso painting for €100 a ticket “Two hundred million hours a day: that is how much time women and girls spend collecting water in the world. Think about what they could do instead with that time: get an education, start their own businesses… This raffle will help us change the lives of 200,000 people in the world. Access to water is a key factor of development.”A similar charity raffle took place in 2013. A 24-year-old American won the prize, a 1914 Cubist drawing. The raffle is set to become an annual event. Each year, a new cause will be supported and a new Picasso will be won. Tagged with: arts Fundraising Raffles Raffles One lucky art lover will soon be the owner of an original Picasso, for just €100 (£85), in a charity raffle.The worldwide raffle, 1 Picasso for 100 Euros, has been organised in support of CARE International with participants having the opportunity to win an original piece of art by Pablo Picasso valued at one million euros. Until 6 January 2020, anyone can buy a €100 raffle ticket via the website funds raised will enable 200,000 people to have access to clean water and education through CARE International’s projects in Cameroon, Madagascar and Morocco.According to the charity, with 200,000 tickets for sale, the odds of winning are around 700 times higher per ticket than winning the Euromillions jackpot, for example.The painting, Nature Morte, oil on canvas, dates 1921, is currently being exhibited in the Picasso Museum in Paris until January 2020.The raffle is being organised by the association Aider les autres and based on an original idea by Péri Cochin, French TV show host and producer.Cochin explained:“There are so many people who need help around the world. We wanted to make something different to enable lots of people to take part in charity actions.”Philippe Lévêque, CARE France CEO, added: Advertisement  480 total views,  3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Editor’s update (6 January 2020)The organisers have postponed the draw to 30th March 2020, in order to maximise the funds collected and deliver on their promise to bring clean water to 200,000 people in Madagascar, Cameroon and Morocco.They added that “the painting will continue to be on display at the Picasso Museum and under no circumstances will the draw be postponed beyond 30th March 2020.”Copyright painting: Nature Morte, Pablo Picasso 1921 © Succession Picasso, Paris, 2019  479 total views,  2 views today Melanie May | 9 December 2019 | Newslast_img read more

Indiana Farmers Speaking Up More on Policy Issues

first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News  Indiana Farmers Speaking Up More on Policy Issues SHARE    Indiana Farmers Speaking Up More on Policy IssuesRandy KronFor the past year, Indiana farmers have been encouraged to find their voice and speak up about agriculture. With the Indiana General Assembly in session and Congress about to write a new Farm Bill in Washington, this is a critical time for farmers to speak up about the issues that are important to them. A record large crowed attending the Indiana Farm Bureau legislative kickoff on Wednesday at the statehouse is proof that more and more are doing just that. “We have been strongly encouraging farmers to find their voice,” said Randy Kron, President Indiana Farm Bureau. “Once they see that they can make a difference, they get excited and invite their neighbors to also get involved.”Kron told HAT there are very few farmers in the state legislature anymore, so most lawmakers need to be educated about important issues like broadband, taxes, and livestock. “Legislators want to hear from farmers,” he said. “They are their constituents. If agriculture is going to have a say in this session of the legislature, we are going to have to be at the table and we are going to have to speak up.” At the legislative kickoff, farmers from around the state had lunch with lawmakers and discussed policy priorities for the upcoming session.Indiana Farm Bureau has set a goal of having every member of the state legislature spend time on a farm by the end of this year. So far 50 lawmakers have spent time on an Indiana farm. IFB hope to have at least 6 farmers from each county make a visit to the Statehouse this session. By Gary Truitt – Jan 5, 2018 Facebook Twitter  Indiana Farmers Speaking Up More on Policy Issues SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleNew Corn and Soybean Leaders Maintain Commitment to Indiana FarmersNext articleRyan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for January 5, 2018 Gary Truittlast_img read more

Police call McLean stabbing a hoax

first_imgFacebook Twitter The 109 The 109 The 109 TCU athletes are “SPARK-ing” an interest in Fort Worth area students The 109 Fort Worth braces for more severe weather Numbers can only say so much about a person.With an essay now required for study abroad applications, this new approach gives The Center for International Studies a better look at the level of interest from students rather than just their qualifications. In the past, the only requirement was a grade point average and while it gives some insight into how focused students are on their grades, it doesn’t offer their personal perspective on the experiences that lie ahead. The 109 Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Previous articleArt Commission approves design for I-30 monumentNext articleTrinity Episcopal Church offers unique Ash Wednesday services The 109 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Stories from the polls: Election Day in The109!center_img printA reported stabbing at W.P. McLean Middle School two weeks ago is now considered a hoax after the student recanted his story to the police.School and police officials reported that, on Feb. 4, a man with a knife approached a 7th grade student outside the middle school and cut the student’s clothing. The student was not harmed.McLean Middle School principal John Engel said that, after days of investigating the allegation, both the school and the police found that the story of the attempted aggravated assault was fabricated.According to a report from Fort Worth police officer Charles Gonzalez, the student was playing before class and tore his shirt. The student made up the incident so that he would not get into trouble, Gonzalez said.While being interviewed by the detectives, the student recanted his story and told detectives he had lied “to make him look tough in front of his friends,” said Sgt. Steve Enright, public relations officer with the Fort Worth Police Department.The student said his shirt had actually been torn while playing with friends and he was afraid his father would punish him, according to the report.After the incident, the school changed their arrival and dismissal procedures.“We will keep the new dismissal and arrival procedures that we changed two weeks ago,” Engel said. “Things are a lot smoother this way.”Engel told parents in a letter sent home with students that the incident is still an opportunity to address safety.“We remain very serious about the safety of our students, staff and campus visitors,” Engel said.In the letter, Engel said “it was unfortunate that we had to raise the level of concern within our campus family.”Despite the false alarm, the letter still encouraged the community to remain vigilant.“If you see something that doesn’t look right, say something.”Madeline Hamm is an education reporter for the 109. Email her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @madhamm. Linkedin Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday Facebook Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store TCU athletes are “SPARK-ing” an interest in Fort Worth area students ReddIt Twitter ReddIt Linkedin + posts last_img read more

How High Did Serious Delinquency Rates Climb This Summer?

first_img How High Did Serious Delinquency Rates Climb This Summer?  Print This Post Home / Daily Dose / How High Did Serious Delinquency Rates Climb This Summer? Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 1 day ago The property information provider CoreLogic released its monthly Loan Performance Insights report for July 2020, which revealed that, on a national level, 6.6% of mortgages were in a stage of delinquency (30 days or more past due, which takes into account those in foreclosure). This represents a 2.8-percentage point increase in the overall delinquency rate compared to this time last year, when it was 3.8%.”To gain an accurate view of the mortgage market and loan performance health, CoreLogic examines all stages of delinquency,” the company reports, “including the share that transitions from current to 30 days past due.”In July, the U.S. delinquency and transition rates, and their year-over-year changes, were as follows, according to CoreLogic:Early-Stage Delinquencies (30 to 59 days past due): 1.5%, down from 1.8% in July 2019, and  down from 4.2% in April when early-stage delinquencies spiked.Adverse Delinquency (60 to 89 days past due): 1%, up from 0.6% in July 2019, but down from 2.8% in May.Serious Delinquency (90 days or more past due, including loans in foreclosure): 4.1%, up from 1.3% in July 2019. This is the highest serious delinquency rate since April 2014.Foreclosure Inventory Rate (the share of mortgages in some stage of the foreclosure process): 0.3%, down from 0.4% in July 2019. The July 2020 foreclosure rate is the lowest for any month in at least 21 years.Transition Rate (the share of mortgages that transitioned from current to 30 days past due): 0.8%, unchanged from July 2019. The transition rate has slowed since April 2020, when it peaked at 3.4%.Home values, according to the CoreLogic Price Index, are rising, yet, the report said, “unemployment levels in hard-hit areas remain stubbornly high, leaving some borrowers house-rich but cash poor. Despite the slow reopening of several sectors of the economy, recovery for other industries like entertainment, tourism, oil and gas have a more uncertain outlook for the remainder of 2020. With persistent job market and income instability, Americans continue to tap into savings to stay current on their home loans. But as savings run out, borrowers could be pushed further down the delinquency funnel.”Millennials, are among the many Americans taking advantage of low rates to either purchase their first home or upgrade their living situations,” said Frank Martell, president and CEO of CoreLogic. “However, given the unsteadiness of the job market, many homeowners are beginning to feel the compounding pressures of unstable income and debt on personal savings buffers, creating heightened risk of falling behind on their mortgages.”Added Dr. Frank Nothaft, Chief Economist at CoreLogic, “Four months into the pandemic, the 120-day delinquency rate for July spiked to 1.4%. This was the highest rate in more than 21 years and double the December 2009 Great Recession peak. The spike in delinquency was all the more stunning given the generational low of 0.1% in March.”While all U.S. states in July logged an increase in overall as well as serious delinquencies, pandemic hotspots Nevada, New Jersey, Hawaii, New York, and Florida were impacted the most, according to CoreLogic.By the same token, every U.S. metro area recorded at least a small increase in serious delinquency rates in July. Odessa, Texas—which has been hard hit by job loss in the oil and gas industry—experienced the largest annual increase. Laredo, Texas;  Miami; McAllen, Texas; and Kahului, Hawaii all experienced a large increase in serious delinquency.Authors of CoreLogic’s report stated that  “with industries like oil and gas projected to leave millions of jobs unrestored throughout the remainder of the year, we may expect to see continued increases in mortgage delinquencies.”For the full report, including regional data, graphics, and methodology, visit CoreLogic’s website. Related Articles 2020-10-13 Christina Hughes Babb About Author: Christina Hughes Babb Previous: The Industry Pulse: Forbearance Tools & Expanded Services Next: Estimating Property Damage Caused by Hurricane Delta The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Christina Hughes Babb is a reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, she has been a reporter, editor, and publisher in the Dallas area for more than 15 years. During her 10 years at Advocate Media and Dallas Magazine, she published thousands of articles covering local politics, real estate, development, crime, the arts, entertainment, and human interest, among other topics. She has won two national Mayborn School of Journalism Ten Spurs awards for nonfiction, and has penned pieces for Texas Monthly,, Dallas Observer, Edible, and the Dallas Morning News, among others. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Subscribe Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Share 1Save Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 1 day ago October 13, 2020 1,737 Views Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News Sign up for DS News Daily The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days agolast_img read more

Education In The State Has Been Taken As A Business Or An Industry To Sell The Degrees: Allahabad High Court

first_imgNews UpdatesEducation In The State Has Been Taken As A Business Or An Industry To Sell The Degrees: Allahabad High Court Sparsh Upadhyay24 Jan 2021 4:31 AMShare This – x”It is not unknown that education in the State has been taken as a business or an industry. It is to sell the degrees. It is required to be stopped,” observed the Allahabad High Court on Tueday (19th January). The Bench of Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari and Justice Rohit Ranjan Agarwal made this observation while showing its displeasure over the move of…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?Login”It is not unknown that education in the State has been taken as a business or an industry. It is to sell the degrees. It is required to be stopped,” observed the Allahabad High Court on Tueday (19th January). The Bench of Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari and Justice Rohit Ranjan Agarwal made this observation while showing its displeasure over the move of appellants/petitioners’ institution to fill 25 seats in B.Ed. course directly despite the fact that 25 candidates belonging to the SC and ST were recommended for admission through the centralized counselling. The matter before the Court By way of an appeal, a challenge was made to the judgment dated 08th December 2020 whereby the writ petition preferred by the appellants/petitioners (Education Institutions) was dismissed. The appellants/petitioners submitted that without giving them an opportunity of hearing, the writ petition was decided largely considering the argument made by the non-appellants/respondents. Thus, it was argued before the Court that the impugned judgment passed by the learned Single Judge should be set aside on the aforesaid ground itself. The facts of the Case The name of twenty-five scheduled castes and scheduled tribes candidates/students were recommended in the centralized counseling for admission in B.Ed. course. However, none of those candidates/students were given admission rather appellants/petitioners’ institution filled the vacant seats directly. The Institutions argued that when non was inclined to take admission, the appellants/petitioners’ institution filled the vacant seats as per the Rules. It was argued that the rule permits direct admission in a situation when the candidates fail to take admission and accordingly, there was no illegality in the action of the institution to give direct admission to other set of twenty five candidates/students. To justify their action, a plea was taken that the candidates named for the admission in the centralized counseling were not inclined to take admission and for that a copy of the affidavit of few candidates was enclosed. Court’s Observations The Court perused the affidavits (allegedly filed by few of the 25 SC/ST Students) and found them to be in cyclostyled manner. Importantly, the Court observed, “It can happen only when the affidavit has been prepared by someone interested in creating it. In this case the appellants/petitioners’ institution itself was interested to create it otherwise an individual would give affidavit in his own language and cannot be word to word same to affidavit of others.” The Court further noted, “The affidavits were obtained by appellants/petitioners’ institution containing the same language which cannot happen if it is to be given by different candidates on different dates. The affidavits having the same language were created at the instance of the appellants/petitioners’ institution and seems to have been given to get refund of the amount paid online.” The Court also underlined that out of twenty-five candidates/students recommended for admission, it cannot be that none would take admission. “It would be an extraordinary situation when none of the candidates recommended by the centralized counseling for admission would refuse to take admission whereas everybody is in dire need to pursue B.Ed. course for getting appointment on the post of Teacher,” observed the Court. Considering the facts in totality, the Court did not find any illegality in the judgment of the Single Judge as it was not an ex-parte order rather discussed the issue raised by the appellants/petitioners on their appearance in the writ petition. Thus, the appeal challenging the impugned judgment dated 08.12.2020 failed and stood dismissed. Lastly, the Court said that it was inclined to send the matter to the National Council for Teacher Education (N.C.T.E.) for appropriate action (including the de-recognition of the institution looking to their conduct), but for the reason that N.C.T.E. is not a party to this appeal as well as to the petition, the Court refrained to take suo-moto cognizance, but warned the institution not to indulge in the practice of nature referred in the order. The non-appellant University was however given liberty to proceed against the appellants/petitioners’ institution if they indulge in the similar practice in future also and have communicated with the N.C.T.E. for appropriate action. Case title – Sai College Of Education And Another v. State Of U.P. And 3 Others [Special Appeal Defective No. – 39 of 2021] Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. 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BAE Systems Gets USD 17.06 Million USS Mason Contract

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today BAE Systems Gets USD 17.06 Million USS Mason Contract View post tag: Mason September 16, 2011 BAE Systems Gets USD 17.06 Million USS Mason Contract View post tag: USS View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic View post tag: million BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair, Norfolk, Va., is being awarded a $17,062,566 modification to previously awarded contract (N00024-10-C-4308) for the USS Mason (DDG 87) fiscal 2012 drydocking selected restricted availability (DSRA).A DSRA includes the planning and execution of depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve the ship’s military and technical capabilities.Work will be performed in Norfolk, Va., and is expected to be completed by April 2012. Contract funds in the amount of $17,062,566 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. Norfolk Ship Support Activity, Portsmouth, Va., is the contracting activity.[mappress]Source: defense, September 16, 2011; View post tag: 17.06 View post tag: BAE View post tag: USD Share this article View post tag: Systems View post tag: contract View post tag: Navy View post tag: getslast_img read more

Professorships in Race in Art & Design (Fine Arts)

first_imgPosting DetailsTitleProfessorships in Race in Art & Design (Fine Arts)DepartmentSocial Equity & InclusionDivisionSocial Equity & InclusionEmployment TypeFull-TimeCritical Review Track (similar to tenure track)YesPosition DescriptionAs part of its “Race in Art & Design” cluster hire initiative,Rhode Island School of Design seeks to hire 10 new faculty inmultiple disciplines to begin in Fall of 2021. We inviteapplications for three of the ten full-time faculty appointments,at the rank of Assistant or Associate, to commence fall 2021, witha focus on the fine arts disciplines.Central to the implementation of our evolving social equity andinclusion initiatives, this cluster hire aims to grow ourcross-institutional expertise in areas of race, colonization,decolonization, post-coloniality, and cultural representation, aswell as in material practices of resistance.We seek faculty whose scholarship, creative practice, and researchaddresses the lives, experiences, and cultural traditions of Black,Indigenous, and communities of color. The ideal candidates will notonly be prepared to offer courses that both expand and seek todecolonize/challenge traditional art and design curriculum andpedagogies, but also help expand the work of the Center for SocialEquity and Inclusion as it engages our various constituencies andcommunities – both departmental and cross-institutional – inrelated dialogue and initiatives.While we will prioritize those working in areas connected to theAfrican American and African diasporas, Indigenous north Americanand Latinx communities, we encourage applications that engage anyindigenous or historically marginalized communities of color.The ideal applicants for this cluster combine critical, creative,and material practices that engage Black, Indigenous or Latinxepistemologies and address the systemic structures and powerrelations that shape disciplinary practices and material cultureswith a focus on histories of representation, embodiment, and theproduction of race and gender.The three positions for this subset of the cluster will be housedin the following of focus may include: entanglement of photography with thehistory and ongoing production of racial and gendered difference; Aclear and substantive mastery of photography’s relationships withracialization as a symbolic ​and​ political process; someone whoworks across two mediums (photography ​plus another visualart)-Apparel and Jewelry + Metalsmithing (Joint Appointment) of focus may include: the relationship between joy, style andresistance; activism ​(across a multitude of forms), and changeadvocacy; style as creative performance; Indigenous knowledgesystems and how we might learn from these to address ethical andresponsible design; environmental racism and unethical practicesdriven by the textile, fashion and jewelry industries; culturalappreciation/cultural appropriation;​ Afrofuturism-Sculpture/Painting/Textiles**The ideal candidate need not work in all three(Sculpture/Painting/Textiles) disciplines/media but rather haveexperience, interest, research, practice that could be broadlyrelevant and applied across all three discursive spaces.Areas of focus may include: candidates whose pedagogical engagementdemonstrates proficiency with intersectional feminism, queertheory, and disability studies. Adjacent areas of expertise couldinclude New Materialism, sustainability as it relates to race, andresearch-based/de-material practices.Required Qualifications-Terminal degree in a relevant discipline/field-Evidence of teaching at the college level-A strong record of creative practice, exhibition and scholarshipand research practices-Demonstrated leadership and collaborative work*Rank will be dependent on years of in-rank teaching experience andprofessional status.Preferred QualificationsDepartment /RISD DescriptionRhode Island School of Design is an undergraduate and graduatecollege of art and design with approximately 2,400 graduate andundergraduate students. RISD supports faculty professional practicewith sabbaticals, pre-critical review leave, conference funds, andprofessional development grants. RISD has a critical reviewprocess, which is very similar to the tenure process. For moreinformation about RISD, please visit ResponsibilitiesThe full-time faculty teaching load is six courses a year,comprised of a combination of sophomore through graduate levelcourses. [Department Heads are released from teaching two teachingunits, or course equivalents, per year.] In addition to teaching,full-time faculty are expected to maintain a professional practice,serve on college committees, advise students, participate incurriculum development and other departmental activities andprojects, and contribute to the vibrancy of the intellectual lifeof the college.Each faculty member will receive an annual research fund for theirfirst three years.UnionYesPre-employment RequirementThe successful candidate will be required to meet ourpre-employment background screening requirements.Special Instructions to ApplicantsTo apply for any of these three positions please:Please submit the following application materials:1.) Letter of intent2.) Curriculum vitae3.) A statement of teaching philosophy4.) Two sample syllabi5.) Portfolio of recent professional work (Maximum 10 written pagesand/or 20 images, preferably in one PDF )Names and contact information for three references are requested aspart of the application process. Requests for reference letters aresent directly to the reference providers when candidates becomefinalists.Review of applications begins immediately and continues until theposition is filled. Candidates who submit their materials byNovember 20, 2020 are assured full consideration.For any questions, nominations, or inquiries please contact:Matthew Shenoda, Associate Provost for Social Equity &Inclusion and Professor of Literary Arts & Studies at:[email protected] StatementRISD is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions aremade without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, nationalorigin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, genderidentity or expression, genetics, or any other protectedcharacteristic as established by law.Posting NumberF00054POpen DateClose DateOpen Until FilledYesSupplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Documents Needed To ApplyRequired DocumentsCover LetterCurriculum VitaePortfolio of Professional WorkTeaching PhilosophySample SyllabiOptional Documents * Which Department are you applying for?(Open Ended Question)last_img read more

Gabe Bowling to Step Into My Big Gay Italian Wedding Off-Broadway

first_img My Big Gay Italian Wedding Now in its eleventh year, My Big Gay Italian Wedding is loosely based on Wilkinson’s own wacky Italian family. The show tells the story of Anthony Pinnunziato (Wilkinson), a gay Italian-American who wants to marry his boyfriend Andrew in a traditional wedding ceremony. Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 22, 2015 There’s a new (hot) villain of the bridal party. Gabe Bowling will step into My Big Gay Italian Wedding at off-Broadway’s St. Luke’s Theatre beginning July 5. He will assume the role of Gregorio, the misunderstood villain, replacing Jonathan Wiener. The show is written by and stars Anthony K. Wilkinson. Bowling appeared in the Chicago cast of Million Dollar Quartet, in addition to Because of Winn Dixie and SPANK! The 50 Shades Parody.center_img View Comments Related Shows In addition to Wilkinson and Wiener, My Big Gay Italian Wedding features Hugh Hysell, Donna Castellano, Marissa Rosen, Debra Toscano, Liz Gerecitano, Meagan Robar, Erik Ransom, Chad Kessler, Brandon Goins, Joe Scanio, Brant Michaels, Josh Drake, Marie Fontaine and Fred Ross.last_img read more

CUNA to build off early 2016 momentum to secure reg. relief

first_imgThe Credit Union National Association (CUNA) will build off momentum from the first quarter of 2016, using it to advance credit union advocacy priorities going forward. In particular, CUNA is encouraged by bipartisan efforts from Congress to highlight the regulatory burden facing credit unions, and those same members calling for relief from regulators.In CUNA’s latest Advocacy Update video, Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan highlighted CUNA’s numerous successes on the advocacy front so far this year. Most notable are the 329 legislators who called for the CFPB to use its exemption authority and the subsequent requests for regulatory relief language to be inserted into appropriations legislation.At least six legislators have requested CUNA-supported regulatory relief language–everything from general regulatory relief to raising the member business lending cap–be included in appropriations bills. continue reading » 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Jelko Kacin: From tomorrow, Slovenia will put Croatia on the red list

first_imgThe situation is so bad that we have no choice but to call on the citizens to return from the dangerous country as soon as possible, Kacin warned The 14-day quarantine awaits all those who will go on holiday to Croatia on Friday, while those currently vacationing in Croatia will have the entire weekend available to return, including Monday if necessary. According to Kacin, the fact is that the situation in Croatia is deteriorating drastically, because the data on those infected show that the situation is really bad and that Croatia will be on the red list, because most likely more than 40 people will be infected with the new coronavirus per 100.000 inhabitants. today’s press statement. Source: STAcenter_img Kacin: The government will put Croatia on the red list on Thursday, quarantined from Friday STA news (@STA_novice) August 19 Slovenian government spokesman for Covid19, Jelko Kacin, announced today that the government would put Croatia on the red list tomorrow, reports the Slovenian news agency STA, and called on its citizens to return to their homeland by the end of the weekend to avoid quarantine.last_img read more