WASHINGTON — The approval ratings for U.S. Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., declined from July to October in the latest Morning Consult poll, though more than 50 percent of West Virginian 's still approve of Manchin 's performance in office. Manchin 's approval rating fell from 57 percent in July to 53 percent in October, while his disapproval rating increased from 31 percent to 36 percent during the same three-month period. Capito 's net rating slipped 18 points between July and October. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., had a similar change during this period, the most significant swings between the polling company 's two most recent senator reports. "Since Morning Consult’s last release in July, West Virginians’
Jared Odrick was born on December 31, 1987 in Lancaster Pennsylvania. His parents are Howard Odrick and Jan Falk. In March 2010, his dad was laid off from his advertising sales job after nearly four years at a company in New Jersey. Two weeks after he was laid off, his wife was also laid off after nearly 20 years in the corporate offices at Tiffany and Co.. Although Jared is not expected to help out with money, he still does.
Maybe it does not effect them directly, or they consider it "just a few people losing their jobs. " What do these dropping rates show for themselves? According to economists from the American Action Foundation, raising the minimum wage just one dollar caused 747,700 people to lose their jobs. That is just considering the adults. Teenagers from ages sixteen to nineteen also make up roughly 25% of the workforce.
This case is about a forty five year old man named Colin. Colin has a five year-old son named Toby who lives with his ex-partner Patricia and her boyfriend Jon. Colin is desperately seeking work after losing his job through redundancy. As a result, Colin signed on for benefits and due to being out of work for 12 months was eligible for the government work programme. He left the programme resulting in losing his entitlement for his job seekers allowance and housing benefits.
In this quote is it mentioned how a 50 year running summer reading program was forced to close down, affecting approximatly half a million children. Overall, these various quotes gives us an inside perspective of the problem from employees and volunteers at various libraries. This shows readers that the statistics and number associated with budget cuts results in the people of the state and communities are the ones who suffer most. Particularly those of lower social economic
8. Describe who was in the same or similar situation as you and how they were treated Better A. Union Member Robert Godzik Maintenance # 3 was approved for 5 Bereavement days in the death of a step father in law which isn 't in contract .However Two years ago Ladonna Hrabak maintenance #1 with 20 years service wasn 't approved for 5 Bereavement days when her step grandfather and the only grandfather she knew died . My uncle died 3 years ago and lived in Florida I wasn 't awarded 1 Bereavement day for the funeral. B. Union member Joyce Mihalic Maintenance#1 is aloud to start early on weekends.
On Friday December 1, 2015 an officer was slashed over the face by an inmate he received 50 stitches. Officers Smith was on a medical leave for 6months. However, workers compensation only paid for a month of his recover process. There were over 50 correction officer out of work in 2015 because of job related injuries. As you may know the DOP is a dangerous job.
After 3 years of life at internment camps, they were out. They return to their homes after all the time. Forty years later, 100,000 Japanese Americans get payed $20,000 as an apologize. Nowadays, Japanese Internment camps are very sad.
on Friday morning, Unified Command reported that 5 percent of the fire has been contained and is expecting full containment of the fire by next Wednesday. Santa Barbara County Sheriff said that one of the department’s jail buses was sent to Refugio campground to pick up about 30 campers who had no transportation. Parks and campgrounds have evacuated hundreds of people after the first eruption of fire and have cancelled all appointments through next Friday. Charlie and Elizabeth Hatten were out camping at El Capitan State Beach when the fire had erupted.
Patient report that both his parents died of cancer. The patient was asked about his statement while in route to the hospital where he sated, "If I had a gun I 'd be dead. " The patient states, " I was just rambling off, it was more talk." The patient reports a history of Alcohol use, which began in his teens. The patient reports no history of attempted suicides and no weapons in home.
On the shores of the Attawapiskat Lake, about 18 hours north west of Barrie, lies the band of the Neskantaga First Nations, where only a portion of the population remains. The other portion leave, because of the large amounts of poverty and the isolation. This First Nations Community has been under a water boil advisory for over 20 years. Their current water filtration system hasn’t worked since 1995, and even when it did work it removed sand and grit, but left in harmful chemicals. The government gives the Neskantaga people $250,000 annually, which goes towards running a water treatment system that continuously tests positive for harmful chemicals after being filtered.
According to one report, FEMA 's projected payout to the DOC for just one day in December 2005 was over $146,000. Thus, there was a major fiscal disincentive for the DOC to release prisoners quickly” (Williams, Bob). Some of this victims of Katrina were in prison for closes to a year. The amount Fema paid in one day to Doc was