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    The Tennessee Supreme Court, which appoints the state attorney general, is likely to appoint a new one this year via a public application and hearing process in a similar manner to the one it used in 2014 to appoint Attorney General Herbert Slatery. Slatery, who has been Tennessee’s attorney general since 2014, is not seeking an additional eight-year term. The court’s application and hearing process that was conducted eight years ago yielded eight applicants, including the current attorney general. The other finalists were: Eugene N. Bulso, Jr. of Brentwood; Robert E. Cooper, Jr. of Nashville; Mark A. Fulks of Johnson City; William N. Helou of Nashville; James Douglas Overbey of Maryville; Andrew R. Tillman of Huntsville; and William E. Young of Brentwood. In 2014, candidates seeking the position of attorney general had to complete and submit an application and other supporting materials by a publicly specified deadline. The court then notified the eight finalists who continued on in the selection process. Hearings were then conducted a little over a week after the application deadline. Here’s how the court conducted the...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago Public Schools announced Tuesday it is expanding its free, full day of preschool.The announcement was so popular, it crashed the website to apply.Programs will now be expanded to kids in 64 of the 77 city communities for the upcoming school year and will cover all 77 communities by fall 2023.SEE ALSO | Chicago Public Schools calendar: CPS plans August start date for 2022-2023 school yearCPS CEO Pedro Martinez made the announcement at Wendell Smith elementary in West Pullman. He says universal Pre-K is a game changer for working parents.To be eligible, children must be Chicago residents and turn 4 years old on or before Sept. 1 of this year.The website is back up and running. The application period runs through May 10.
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The search has begun for qualified candidates interested in joining the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Monday. The new board members would replace outgoing Board Chair Linda Chinnia and Commissioner Michelle Harris Bondima, who are stepping down from their roles after serving for more than five years. READ MORE: Gov. Hogan Signs New Maryland Congressional Map Into Law After State Nixes AppealIn a statement, Scott praised Chinnia and Bondima for their contributions to the city school board, which is tasked with improving the management and administration of the city’s public schools. “I thank them for their relentless devotion and steadfast leadership,” he said. “I look forward to identifying new commissioners in the coming weeks and partnering with the School Boad to move our public education system forward.” The application window for candidates is open from now through May 6. READ MORE: Light City Being Reimagined, Won't Return Until 2024Applications will be reviewed by the mayor’s office. Candidates will be interviewed by a panel of community members, who will make recommendations to the...
    ATLANTA (AP) — A bill allowing Georgia residents to carry handguns in public without a license or background check is set to become law. The Senate passed the legislation on Friday, sending it to the governor’s desk for signature. Gov. Brian Kemp Tweeted that he looked forward to signing it. The Republican governor pushed for “constitutional carry” as he seeks reelection this year. Republicans say the measure is needed to allow people to more easily protect themselves following a rise in crime. Democrats have pointed out that it does away with a background check that was triggered by the license application, and they say that will fuel shooting deaths. Georgia currently requires people to obtain a license to carry a loaded handgun outside their own homes, businesses or cars, although people can carry rifles and shotguns in many places without a permit and carry unloaded weapons in gun cases. Under current law, residents must submit an application and fee and undergo fingerprinting in addition to a background check. Convicted felons and people who have been hospitalized for mental health problems...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Epilepsy, cerebral palsy, and a lung condition are just some of the health issues one 9-year-old Chicago boy battles. But despite notes from his doctor stating the boy is medically fragile and high risk for COVID-19, the Chicago Public Schools said he cannot attend classes virtually. READ MORE: Jury Selection Begins Monday In Kyle Rittenhouse TrialCBS 2’s Tim McNicholas looked into the rigid requirements affecting him and hundreds of others. The boy, Mason, knows a thing or two about challenges. “I’ve overcome a lot of things,” he said. His mom, Laurel Hensen, said he battles a myriad of medical conditions. “He has epilepsy, cerebral palsy, a floppy airway,” Hensen said. In the latest challenge, Mason getting homeschooled by his mom while she juggles a full-time job. They applied for the Chicago Public Schools Virtual Academy and Mason’s doctor signed a form for them, explaining Mason’s “likelihood of severe complications from COVID.” But CPS denied the application, saying Mason “does not meet the requirements of eligibility for medically fragile status.” READ MORE: Woman Shot While Driving On Lake...
    New York City public school teachers have asked the Supreme Court for an emergency order to block Mayor Bill de Blasio's COVID-19 vaccine mandate from going into effect Friday.  The group of teachers sent a petition to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor arguing that the mandate not only places an 'unconstitutional burden' on educators but also 'threatens the education of thousands of children.'  They are requesting an emergency injunction to block the mandate.   Teachers across all public schools in the Big Apple have until 5pm Friday to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or risk losing their jobs.  When the school day starts the following Monday - October 4 - all teachers and staff across the city's public schools would be vaccinated.   The New York Department of Education employs 148,000 school workers, including 75,000 teachers.  New York City public school teachers have asked the Supreme Court for an emergency order to block Mayor Bill de Blasio's COVID-19 vaccine mandate from going into effect Friday Students and staff at Yung Wing School PS 124 school in New York City. Teachers across all public schools...
    CHICAGO -- On August 2, 2021, WLS Television, Inc., licensee of WLS-TV, Channel 7 (RF Channel 22), Chicago, Illinois, filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for renewal of its license. Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions on the application can visit publicfiles.fcc.gov and search in WLS-TV's public file.
    After pausing the service four years ago, Twitter is finally reopening its public verification program, allowing anyone to apply to get the coveted blue checkmark next to their handle.     Twitter users can apply for verification directly in the Account Settings tab. After a user has submitted their application, they will receive an email from the company 'within a few days,' but it could take longer depending upon the number of applicants.   Twitter's verification process is rolling out to users over the next few weeks, right in the account settings The company paused the service in November 2017 after it was criticized for verifying a white supremacist  The verification process, which appears in Account Settings, has users tell Twitter where they are from. It also asks for verification steps, such as a photo of a government issued ID, email address and website Once the application is sent through, it will be reviewed by humans who determine whether to accept or reject To be eligible, accounts must be in one of the following six categories: Government Companies,...
    More On: cuny CUNY to forgo admissions tests until 2023 Vax all, folks: SUNY, CUNY to require students to get COVID shot Slow Cuo: Gov. has yet to name new members of NY state boards CUNY yanks $3 million no-bid COVID contract amid criticism City Councilman Ben Kallos is pushing legislation that would waive application fees for city public school students hoping to enroll at CUNY colleges. Roughly 75,000 Department of Education kids apply to the public schools each year and pay $65 to do so. “It’s unacceptable that right now, a 17-year-old can be told by a high school guidance counselor their rent-burdened single mother isn’t poor enough to get a break on hundreds of dollars of fees to apply to colleges and compete for scholarships,” said Kallos, who co-sponsored the bill introduced last week. Overall, the initiative would cost the city roughly $4.8 million. Around 75,000 New York City public schools students apply to CUNY colleges every year.Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images “This legislation is about bringing more access and equity to the families that struggle,” he said. “A $65 fee...
                        Live from Music Row Thursday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Michael Patrick Leahy welcomed MNPS District Six school board member Fran Bush in studio to discuss her views on charter schools and the process by which they are instituted in the state. Leahy: In studio with us, Metro Nashville Public School Board member Fran Bush. Fran, during the break, we were talking about charter schools. And I want to talk overall about the philosophy, your philosophy with regards to charter schools. Generally speaking, do you favor the idea of having charter schools or do you oppose it? Bush: So my position has always been and this is always one of those very controversial topics when it comes to public versus charter. And before I ran, I always believed in parents having a choice. It’s all about choice. We understand that our public schools, it takes away...
    (CNN)An application for a posthumous pardon of George Floyd's 2004 conviction in Texas was filed Monday on behalf of Floyd and his surviving family, according to a copy of the application obtained by CNN. In the application, Allison Mathis of the Harris County Public Defender's Office said that even though Floyd worked to change his life after being released in 2013 from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, the request for posthumous pardon wasn't based on what had or had not been done. Mathis said it was filed because the arresting officer in Floyd's case "manufactured the existence of confidential informants to bolster his cases against innocent defendants." Minnesota AG says Derek Chauvin case restored his faith in humanity On February 5, 2004, Floyd was arrested and charged with delivery of a controlled substance with the arresting officer, Gerald Goines, alleging at the time of arrest that Floyd possessed crack cocaine "and that Floyd had provided the drugs to an unnamed 'second suspect' who had agreed to sell the drugs to the undercover Goines. The 'second suspect' was not arrested,...
    New York : Although the government of the president Joe biden decided to end the legal battle before the Supreme Court over a new public charge rule and then eliminated the plan from the immigration guidelines, foreigners who apply for Permanent Residence must still demonstrate that they have the capacity to support themselves without government aid. This is because, despite the fact that the rule promoted by the former president will not be applied Donald trump for punish the poorest immigrants, the provisions follow in the Immigration and Citizenship Law (INA). The decision corresponds to officials of Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and to consular officers who evaluate requests for any type of visa, even tourist, but especially the so-called “green card” or other immigration benefits. “Any foreigner who, in the opinion of the consular officer at the time of the visa application, or in the opinion of the Attorney General at the time of the application for admission or adjustment of status, is likely at any time to become a public charge is excludable “, indicates the INA....
    Anticor denounced it since June 2020, it is now taking action (in court). The anti-corruption association lodged a complaint last January before the Court of Justice of the Republic (CJR) against the Minister of Solidarity and Health Olivier Véran for “favoritism” in the management of the criticized application ” Stop Covid “which has become TousAntiCovid, according to .. This complaint dated January 11 is said to have reached the CJR on March 17, the only body empowered to investigate ministers in the exercise of their functions. It must now be examined by the institution’s complaints committee. Read also: How the government manipulates the figures of Tous Anti-Covid No call for tenders for the management of the application Announced on April 8, the development of the StopCovid application was presented as free of charge by various private companies, including Dassault Systèmes, Capgemini, Orange and Withings. But the Obs revealed in June that once the application was launched, its operation and maintenance would be invoiced, which the Secretary of State for Digital Transition, Cédric O, had confirmed during ‘a press point...
    (Reuters) - Coinbase Inc on Thursday disclosed its regulatory filing to go public, setting the stage for a landmark stock market listing for the U.S. cryptocurrency exchange. Coinbase said in December that it had confidentiallyapplied with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to go public. (Reporting by Joshua Franklin in Miami and Anirban Sen in Bengaluru; Editing by Bernard Orr) Copyright 2021 Thomson Reuters.
    Related news The National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) has accepted the application for authorization submitted by the Australian global fund manager IFM for the formulation of a partial voluntary public offer to acquire up to 22.69% from the capital of Naturgy. As reported by the stock exchange supervisor, the application receives its approval when it understands that the brochure and the other documents presented, after the complementary documentation and the modifications registered on February 16, comply with the provisions of the regulations on the regime of public offers for the acquisition of securities. The body chaired by Rodrigo Buenaventura indicated that the admission for processing of the application “does not imply any pronouncement on the resolution regarding the authorization of the offer, or any of its terms and conditions, which must be produced in accordance with the terms and other requirements provided for in article 21 of the aforementioned rule “. Offer of more than 5,000 million On February 5, IFM submitted to the CNMV the authorization request, including the prospectus, of its voluntary and partial public offering for...
              Metro Nashville officials said at a press conference Thursday that they are still investigating a Christian-event in downtown Nashville Sunday. Metro Deputy Chief John Drake, referring to COVID-19 said Thursday that the people who organized it did not prioritize public health. “We had no advance communication from the organizers. We were aware of a Facebook post. Part of our enforcement was we tried to make contact without success. We had an on-duty sergeant who drove by. He looked at the event and saw that it wasn’t disorderly and that they weren’t about to march on the street. So he made the decision not to notify any of the command staff,” Drake said. “It’s really about what we’re going to do moving forward. I had a very pointed conversation with our leadership earlier this week to ensure notification is always made and if we do have a police response what would that look like? At a very minimum we could have issued masks, given warnings and we could have asked people to social distance....
    DENVER (CBS4)– Tuesday, Oct. 13 is Colorado Free Application Day. It’s a day when students can apply to all 32 public colleges and universities for free. The statewide push is designed to increase the number of 11th and 12th grade students seeking higher education. (credit: iStock/Getty Images) Colorado is one of the most educated states in the country, but only 56% of high school graduates actually go to college. Nearly 75% of jobs in Colorado require a post secondary credential. LINK: Free App Day
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago families will be able to apply to district and charter high schools and elementary schools for the 2021-22 school year starting Monday.Chicago Public Schools will launch their GoCPS, providing a streamline application system that allows families to research and apply to high-quality school options across the city.The system is designed to increase equitable access to information and school applications for both district and charter schools, CPS officials said.However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the district said they have adjusted how standardized test scores, grading and attendance is used in the admissions process.Families will have until December 11 to apply. Parents can begin the application process by visiting the GoCPS website.For more information on application updates, click the 2020 process changes link. Additionally, many schools will be offering virtual open house events and school tours on the GoCPS site as well.
    New York, Aug 25 . .- The American technology firm Palantir, specialized in data analysis and known for its collaborations with governments, presented its request on Tuesday to go before the Securities Market Commission (SEC, its acronym in English). Palantir, criticized for its reserved nature and that requested to go public under the PLTR label, already confirmed last July its intention to take that step, but at that time did not specify whether it was going to be an initial share offering or a called direct quote. The company in this case has opted for an unconventional direct listing, as Slack or Spotify already did in 2019, in which it will have the Morgan Stanley bank as its main consultant. In its application filed with the SEC, the company revealed that its revenue grew from 595.4 million in 2018 to 742.6 million in 2019, although its losses were similar in those two years: 579.6 in 2019 and 580 in 2018. Founded in 2003, Palantir produces data analysis software that it sells to companies, governments and public agencies such as the...
    Google has asked the FCC for permission to conduct secret wireless broad tests using the 6GHz spectrum in multiple cities across the US, according to a document spotted by Business Insider. It wants to run “experimental propagation testing in the 6GHz band” to see if the frequencies can provide “reliable broadband connections,” the redacted application states. That could point to future internet services using the spectrum, possibly under its new Fiber WebPass banner. Google wanted information in the public document redacted, saying that “if subject to public disclosure, would cause significant commercial, economic, and competitive harm.” It made the application for multiple cities in 17 states, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Virginia. In California, it plans to test in seven cities, including Los Angeles and San Francisco.
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