AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Casino & games Online casino launched in West Virginia yesterday (15 July) with DraftKings’ casino app going live, more than a year after legislation was passed by the state.West Virginia becomes the third state in which Draftkings has launched its standalone casino product, following roll-outs in New Jersey in June and Pennsylvania earlier this week.The Draftkings Casino app offers table games such as blackjack, roulette, three card poker and keno as well as slots, with games from suppliers including International Game Technology (IGT), Slingo and Scientific Games. Players can also access the Draftkings Casino product within the operator’s sportsbook app.Online casino was legalized in West Virginia in March 2019, when HB2934, the West Virginia Lottery Interactive Wagering Act passed into law despite not receiving the signature of Governor Jim Justice. However, emergency rules allowing operators to launch were not approved earlier this year.Read more on iGB North America DraftKings launch heralds beginning of igaming in WV Tags: Mobile Online Gambling 16th July 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Casino & games Regions: US West Virginia Email Address Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Online casino launched in West Virginia yesterday (15 July) with DraftKings’ casino app going live, more than a year after legislation was passed by the state.
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Poll Shows Free Trade Support is Growing SHARE A new poll by the Wall Street Journal shows an increase in support for free trade in the United States. The growing support comes despite anti-trade sentiments by President Donald Trump and his removal of the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, along with intent to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. The poll done last week found that 43 percent of Americans surveyed thought positively of free trade between the U.S. and foreign countries, while 34 percent of respondents thought free trade hurt the country. The results represent a sharp reversal from a similar poll from March of last year.That poll found just 27 percent of Americans favored free trade, and 43 percent said free trade harmed the nation. Increasingly positive views of the net benefits of trade came mainly from Democrats, as 57 percent of them said free trade helped more than hurt, up from 34 percent in 2016.Source: NAFB News Service Facebook Twitter SHARE Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Poll Shows Free Trade Support is Growing Previous articleClosing CommentsNext articleRancher, Farmer, Fisherman Will Screen at Commodity Classic Hoosier Ag Today By Hoosier Ag Today – Feb 27, 2017
Audio Playerhttps://hoosieragtoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Cool-and-dry-coming.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.It has been a somewhat soggy finish to the week, but what weather do we welcome next? This planting weather forecast is presented by Seed Genetics Direct, the Eastern Corn Belt’s fastest growing independent seed company. Visit seedgeneticsdirect.com for pricing and more information.HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says the number one weather story over the holiday weekend is cooler air.“We actually saw this cooler air push into the Eastern Corn Belt overnight Wednesday and into Thursday,” Martin explained. “Behind the front coming in Friday, we are going to see an even cooler surge of air that settles in over the Eastern Corn Belt. Do we think that it’s damaging or concerning? No, but it definitely is going to slow things down just a little bit. The cooler air in my opinion sticks around for several days. Pleasant let’s call it for Saturday, and pleasant to slightly warmer for Sunday and Monday. We finally get back to closer to normal temperatures by mid-week next week.”Martin says there will not be moisture during the weekend even though Saturday starts cloudy. The dry weather period does include Memorial Day Monday.“Even Tuesday is dry, but now I have to put moisture into the forecast for most of the rest of next week,” he said. “Wednesday hit and miss scattered showers around, 60 percent coverage, anywhere from a few hundredths to a few tenths. Same thing Thursday. Friday, mostly it’s over southern Indiana but we won’t rule it out anywhere, and then Saturday, Sunday, the 5th and 6th, hit and miss scattered showers are back, anywhere from a few hundredths to four or five tenths or so. So, we’re moving into an active pattern that does not feature a lot of drying.”Martin adds, “At this point with planting mostly done, that is probably not an all bad forecast, it’s just not quite ideal.”The planting weather forecast is also brought to you by the Indiana Corn Marketing Council, Indiana Soybean Alliance, and Risk Management Commodities. Indiana Cool and Dry Period Moving In SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Indiana Cool and Dry Period Moving In Facebook Twitter Previous articleHAT Market Analysis for 5/27/21 with Mike Silver, Kokomo GrainNext articleUSDA Forecasts Record Farm Exports in FY 2021 Andy Eubank Facebook Twitter By Andy Eubank – May 27, 2021 SHARE
LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Google+ Pinterest Previous articleOmagh arrest “not linked” to fatal bomb investigation – PSNINext articleNew councillor wants working group to consider unfinished estates News Highland Twitter Facebook Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH WhatsApp Pinterest News Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson By News Highland – April 4, 2011 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR A new steering group is being formed in Ardara to come up with ideas for job creation. The decision to form the group came at a weekend meeting called in the wake of the Gallagher’s Bakery redundancies, which have now begun to take effect.Local traders spokesperson Stephen Mc Cahill says it’s clear that from the contribution of local politicians and communuity leaders there is no shortage of ideas and enthusiasm in Ardara and further afield.He says it’s now time to harness that……….. Steering group to be formed in Ardara Google+ Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey
News UpdatesKarnataka HC Disposes PIL Against Closure Of OPD At Nimhans During Lockdown Period Mustafa Plumber16 July 2020 2:30 AMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court on Wednesday disposed of a petition filed against closure of OP Department of premier mental health institution, the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro-Sciences (Nimhans), Bengaluru. A bench comprising Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice M Nagaprasanna was informed by the counsel for Nimhans that the OPD department was closed down for two months…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?LoginThe Karnataka High Court on Wednesday disposed of a petition filed against closure of OP Department of premier mental health institution, the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro-Sciences (Nimhans), Bengaluru. A bench comprising Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice M Nagaprasanna was informed by the counsel for Nimhans that the OPD department was closed down for two months during the lockdown period and has resumed functioning from June 1. The bench then said “Every institution is working under constraints. Don’t make irresponsible statements. In the main PIL we have noted the work done by NIMHANS. The director of NIMHANS appeared before us through video conferencing and work done by NIMHANS during the period of lockdown has been appreciated.” It added that “Situation is not normal. Sitting in your office is alright for you to say this is not done properly. Ultimately all institutions are being run by human beings. Every human who is resident of Benagluru at present is under threat. You cannot say that they have kept the OPD close so they have committed a blunder or illegality. Fact of the matter is in best possible manner within limitations imposed by corona19, the institution is functioned.” As regards to the second prayer made in the petition filed by Advocate Jay Datt Bhatt of exclusion of Mental Health Professionals from the practice of ‘Telemedicine’ in the guidelines issued by MOHF&W, Govt. of India. Counsel for NIMHANS informed the court that “Even during the lockdown period the services of telemedicine were provided and are still operational.” The bench in its order said “It will be open for the petitioner to make representation to the authority who has drafted the guidelines. It is obvious that if such a representation is made concerned authority will take decision on the same.” The plea had stated that the Orders issued by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs for ensuring social distancing clearly state that Hospital & all related Medical establishments will remain functional. However, closure of OPD in Nimhans for 2 months has defeated the object of enactment of Mental Healthcare Act, 2017 Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Drew Angerer/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Tuskegee Airman Charles McGee was honored by NASA during their Black History Month program hours after being acknowledged by President Donald Trump at his State of the Union address on Tuesday night.“Incredible story,” Trump said Tuesday. “After more than 130 combat missions in World War II, he came back home to a country still struggling for civil rights and went on to serve America in Korea and Vietnam.”Ahead of the address on Capitol Hill, Trump signed a bill promoting McGee to brigadier general and pinned the stars on his shoulders in the Oval Office.In his storied career, McGee flew a record 409 combat missions. During World War II, McGee escorted bombers over Germany, Austria, and the Balkans. During the Korean and Vietnam Wars, McGee participated in 100 interdiction missions and 173 reconnaissance missions.On Wednesday, McGee was interviewed by astronaut Alvin Drew about his career, education and his early memories of flying. McGee closed his portion of the event by challenging his audience to give back to the next generation. Despite facing obstacles of racism in Brig. Gen. Charles McGee’s early years, “that didn’t deter from my training.” Alvin Drew of @NASA_Astronauts sits down with the trailblazer to discuss his legacy as an 100-year-old Tuskegee Airman. Watch: https://t.co/4itEoKv9ic pic.twitter.com/zWVW3c40ww— NASA (@NASA) February 5, 2020“Are you mentoring a youngster coming along behind you? Whether it’s in your family, neighborhood or city, there are youngsters needing that. If you don’t have a mentor, somewhere in your neighborhood there is one. Don’t overlook that because those young folks are the future.”McGee is currently a mentor to his great-grandson Iain Lanphier, who sat next to him at the Capitol during the State of the Union address.Inspired by the Tuskegee Airman, Lanphier hopes to do great things like his great-grandfather and the president said that he hopes to attend the Air Force Academy and eventually travel into space.“He has his eye on the Space Force,” Trump said Tuesday, referencing the new sixth branch of the U.S. military. “As Iain says, most people look up at space, I want to look down on the world.” Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Related posts:No related photos. • Although average labour turnover remains stable at about 20 per cent therehas been a dramatic rise in some areas of the economy.The number of people leaving their jobs rose slightly to 20.6 per cent from19.8 per cent in 1997, according to the IRS Employment Trends Survey.But turnover increased among professional staff and in craft and skilledoccupations.In particular, accountants, lawyers and doctors have experienced a growingdemand for their skills.The survey also highlights the rise in turnover among craft and skilledmanual occupations, which almost doubled.But while turnover of professional staff is put down to a greater demand,craft and skilled manual staff turnover is attributed to a period of sustainedjob losses that has forced them out of work.www.irseclipse.co.uk Previous Article Next Article Labour turnover shows hot spots in some sectorsOn 15 Feb 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
As more companies call on the services of occupational health nurses, demandfor education at various levels will increase. Nurse educators should aim to raise the profile of education in the sectorand enhance the quality of student learning. Another growing role is working with and providing critical comment ongovernment and national policies which affect OH education. The Association of Occupational Health Nurse Educators (UK) exists for anumber of reasons: as a forum to support and coordinate discussion, developmentand networking; to formu- late and maintain an up-to-date database of nursingeducation courses and providers; and to provide information and support forproviders of occupational health nursing education. It is also there to encourage links between educators and OH nurseemployers, and to provide learning opportunities and an environment to preparecompetent OHN practitioners. We aim to take the initiative in working with all multidisciplinary andmulti-agency teams, to disseminate and exchange good practice in OH and safety.All nurse educators who are involved in full- or part-time OHN education canuse the association as a support network as well as a forum. In order for AOHNE to make a positive contribution to future developments instandards in OH education, many of us have actively contributed to theGovernment’s public health agenda1. Also, occupational health nurse educators should be sensitive to our marketrequirements by working proactively with stakeholders to ensure the educationof OH nurses is progressive, effective and efficient. We must, I believe, continue to offer a full range of OH nursing coursesfrom the traditional course to those at degree level. In order to share good practice the AOHNE has started to communicate via ourown occupational health website. And we have been increasing contacts with our international colleagues viathe OH web2; which also lists all providers of OHN education. I invite alloccupational health practioners to work with us to promote and improve thehealth and safety of people at work. References 1 DOH,1999, OHN: Making a difference in the workplace 2 www.mailbase.ac.uk/lists/occ-health/ Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Together we can improve standardsOn 1 Jun 2000 in Personnel Today
TUC pushes for changes to Disability Discrimination ActOn 1 Oct 2003 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Changes to the Disability Discrimination Act are needed to prevent peoplebeing excluded from the workplace on the strength of genetic test results,pressure groups and the TUC are warning. The campaign, spearheaded by genetic ethics group Genewatch, follows thelaunch of the Government-backed UK Biobank genetic research project thatintends to lookÊinto individual genetic susceptibility to workplace hazards. There is no legal protection for an applicant who is rejected for aninherited predisposition to an illness such as heart disease or cancer. TheDisability Discrimination Act 1995 kicks in only once the symptoms of a diseaseaffect the individual’s ability to carry out the job. Genewatch deputy director Helen Wallace said: “Because of thisloophole, the danger that people will be excluded on the basis of genetic testsis going to outweigh the potential benefits of knowing how workplace conditionsimpact on disease.” Wallace, along with disability rights groups, is concerned that employerscould use tests to limit access to occupational pension schemes and otherbenefits. TUC general secretary Brendan Barber said: “We want the Government toensure everyone has an equal right to succeed at work – whatever their geneticinheritance. We should be promoting opportunities for all, not penalisingpeople because of their genes.” Comments are closed.