With a stroke of Governor Jerry Brown pen, California has become the latest state to criminalize so called porn. Been tracking the bill, SB 255, as it moved through the state legislature passing committee back in June and finally passing the assembly unanimously last month. The law makes it illegal to distribute nude images of another person with the intent to cause serious emotional distress.”.
“There can be no doubt the future of transportation, starting now, is electric,” said Fred Krupp, head of the Environmental Defence Fund, which is working with GM on the strategy. And GM is not alone. Last week, Ford Motor Co. Why? Because insurance companies do possess that extremely precise data that this study lacks, and use it to assess risk profiles extremely accurately (if they are inaccurate, they lose money). If premiums don change much for the higher income folks, it indicates that risk levels for an accident (the more dangerous and costly culmination of speeding/risky driving that both the public and insurance companies are hoping to avoid) are not that significant for richer people who speed. They, in fact, aren more reckless drivers more broadly, otherwise the speeding would carry heavier weight in determining premiums..
The Detroit Bureau’s Eisenstein is even harsher. “Can I say this off the record?” he said. “No, let me say it on the record. “I learned in the news that Warner Bros. Has decided to release Dune on HBO Max at the same time as our theatrical release, using prominent images from our movie to promote their streaming service,” he wrote. “With this decision AT has hijacked one of the most respectable and important studios in film history.
I would specifically request that the Army Corps of Engineers work with the Coast Guard immediately to repair Jones Inlet breakwater and replace navigational light with brighter light at the end of the rocks. Currently, work is anticipated to start sometime in FY 2014 by both the ACOE and the Coast Guard. I am requesting that this project be expedited so that work can begin right away.
This week, more vaccines started rolling in, both with a new federal partnership with retail pharmacies that is bringing an extra 4,300 to 4,800 doses to Maine weekly, and an expected 7 percent increase in doses for next week. Still, the estimated 27,000 doses coming to the state next week are well short of the 50,000 doses needed per week to eliminate most supply problems. Army veteran Roger Anctil of Lewiston receives a Pfizer BioNTech COVID 19 vaccine from nurse Sandy Masters on Thursday at St.