Auditor Nicole Galloway is trying to unseat Parson in the November gubernatorial election. Galloway on Thursday criticized Parson’s administration for citing the First Amendment in redacting private citizens’ identifying information from Sunshine requests. The governor’s office has argued that citizens would not contact elected officials if they believed information like email addresses and phone numbers could become public.
We had a few lovely breakfasts there and were blown away by both the quality and generous quantity of the offerings. Try the gargantuan Denver omelette and plan on a nap immediately afterwards. Very friendly staff to boot.. The most common is Fuchs’ corneal dystrophy, which usually starts when you’re in your 40s or 50s. It may take several more years, even decades before you notice vision problems. With Fuchs’, the cells that pump excess moisture out of your cornea to keep it clear start to die.
That was double weird, because February 2015 was in fact the time she had gotten the editing job that she still has. Her email also conveyed other details about her life that I knew to be old history. So why did it arrive now, six years late? I called her on the phone to see if we could unravel the mystery.
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Diane Wanten, from Alken, Belgium, survived a bout with COVID 19 that put her in intensive care last spring. The 62 year old now badly hopes for shots for herself and her husband Francesco, who has Parkinson’s. “If there is a vaccine for me tomorrow, I’ll be in line,” she said.
She also was critical of her House colleagues for standing behind Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, saying that her party not Democrats should have been the ones to punish the hard right Georgia Republican for her online embrace of racist and violent views and bizarre conspiracy theories. The Democratic led House on Thursday voted to strip Greene of her assignments on the House Education and Budget committees, with only 11 Republicans joining to support the move.