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27. even though his team has alerted authorities.C. law firm of K&L Gates But a lot has changed since then “I don’t candidly expect Congress to stand up and salute this report” he told the audience at Tuesday’s event adding that it’s not just because the Republicans now control the House “There are a lot of members who believe there is no role for the federal government in investing in R&D” Gordon noted “If there’s a profit to be made they say then the private sector will pursue it Others may favor just a little bit of basic research Then there are a lot of our compatriots who believe that research is important But they say there are other more pressing priorities like feeding children” Given that range in attitudes Gordon thinks the community’s best bet is not to try to win over individual legislators but rather to build a national constituency for the idea “I hope you can find some champions and then use the committee process to flesh out these ideas” he says “But to make big changes it takes a national referendum And presidential elections are national referendums” “Our challenge is to take the specifics add others to them percolate them through all the [scientific and professional] organizations and then get involved in the presidential election … If that happens then I think you’ll see Congress start to move” So the question comes down to: Can the community make it happen before Peyton graduates from collegeA young boy’s world just got much more colorful after getting special glasses that will help him with his colorblindness “It has been amazing” 6-year-old Cameron Fink said on Good Morning America “There’s been so much colors and there’s even some that I didn’t know existed” Cameron’s mother Erin Fink told GMA she first noticed his colorblindness when he was 3 years old and excelling in preschool aside from learning his colors She also noted that colorblindness runs in her family Tearful mom describes joy of seeing colorblind son experience everything in Technicolor https://tco/YmUu4Vhitv pictwittercom/s69c9YI1wH Good Morning America (@GMA) April 14 2018 “When I gave him the glasses I didn’t know if they were going to work or not and as soon as he saw the color red for the first time it was amazing” Erin Fink said on the show Cameron uses EnChroma glasses which can correct a red-green color deficiency They also showed a video of Cameron when he first put on the glasses on Good Morning America Thanks to those new glasses Cameron said he has a new favorite color: red Contact us at [email protected] a setback to pro-democracy demonstrators currently occupying a large section of central Hong Kong police reopened two major roads on Tuesday morning after a quick and clinical dismantling of the barricades painstakingly reinforced by protesters the previous day In the Admiralty district about 70 officers stood guard with plastic shields as dozens of their colleagues armed with pliers and chainsaws made short work of the makeshift barriers that had been built from trashcans bamboo poles and road signs reinforced in places with concrete The barricades blocked the major thoroughfare of Queensway There was hardly any resistance from the protesters who could only watch helplessly as police completely locked down the road loaded the barricade materials into three large trucks and carted them away But a handful of protesters sat at the police line with umbrellas and cloth masks determined and defiant "We will rebuild the things we built" said 21-year-old Nick Ko who said he was upset but would not give up "I dont think they will use tear gas again" The clashes between supporters and opponents of the pro-democracy movement that took place the previous day were largely absent with only a few peaceful encounters and debates taking place Monday marked the beginning of the third week of Hong Kongs pro-democracy protests dubbed the Umbrella Revolution after protesters used umbrellas to shield themselves from police pepper spray Thousands of citizens have taken to the streets demanding the right to directly elect Hong Kong’s leader without interference from the central government in Beijing which insists on screening candidates for the city’s top post By Tuesday afternoon traffic was flowing for the first time in a fortnight on Queensway the location of the city’s High Court and the glitzy Pacific Place development of luxury shops hotels and offices The barricades in the main protest area on Harcourt Road called “Umbrella Square” by protesters remain intact A section of the Causeway Bay protest site a few kilometers away was also reopened earlier in the day with police clearing the barricades across the westbound lanes of Hennessy Road in the early morning About a hundred protesters remained in the still-barricaded eastbound lane planning their next steps "It wont harm the momentum of the movement” said Alex Chow the secretary general of the Hong Kong Federation of Students and a protest leader “The main pressure on the government is the number of people supporting the movement" He added "If the police keep eliminating areas one by one it will trigger the people to come out again” A protester with the last name Leung a 25-year-old lab technician who has been at the Causeway Bay site for 13 days said police could dismantle barricades but students would fight back if police tried "to remove all of us at once" Video by Helen Regan / Hong Kong Write to Rishi Iyengar at [email protected] story originally appeared on xoJanecom Have you ever wanted strangers to come up to you unannounced on the streets of New York City and strike up a conversation As a native New Yorker I have to admit that apart from the occasional exchange about delayed trains with another passenger or being asked for directions total strangers dont often come over to talk to me That all changed after I got pregnant and then had a baby While I was pregnant I heard a lot of unsolicited scary pregnancy and birth stories that my forgetful “pregnancy brain" was very unaccommodating about deleting from my mind These days pushing a baby stroller around apparently gives people the impression that they can walk up to me and just say anything they want When was the last time someone walked up to you on the sidewalk and judged you Try having a kid itll happen to you on a daily basis When my baby was two weeks old my husband and I had to take her to a checkup visit with her pediatrician We were living with his parents because we had only closed on our apartment the week before I gave birth Our trip entailed taking the subway from Murray Hill to Washington Heights. As she approached me, some of us in the foreign press community had already been warned that a question on Zhou was verboten. especially the foreign journalists," Revenue Commissioner Cynthia Bauerly wrote to Chamberlain Thursday. the night when police helped many of her neighbors evacuate their homes and told others to take shelter in their basements."Or how he would always chase his Yorkie,With all the technology about.

resigned from Congress on 29 January this year after 46 years of association with the Grand Old Party for "being sidelined by its leadership. 2019. but it’s like there was no comprehension there.

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