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Can Emmanuel Macron Stem the Populist Tide?

The gilets jaunes protests began on November 17th, putatively because of an increase in fuel taxes that the government had introduced to help curb carbon emissions. Didn’t this disproportionately burden people in already underserved rural communities? the gilets jaunes asked. Why don’t you tax airplanes? They were using a very …

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Ashley May’s Life Honored

One local family is turning a tragedy into an act of kindness.  About three years ago, a senseless act of domestic violence took the life of a 21-year-old mother. Now, Ashley May’s family is helping to keep her spirit alive by raising money and awareness about domestic violence.  They held …

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New International Labor Standard to Combat Violence Adopted

Credit: ILO By The Maritime Executive 2019-06-22 20:59:14 A new Convention to combat violence and harassment at work has been adopted by the International Labour Conference (ILC).  The Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019, and the Violence and Harassment Recommendation, 2019, were adopted by delegates on the final day of the …

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Pulling for Safer Path a success

The first ever Pulling For Safer Path Sporting Clay Tournament was a huge success. The event was hosted at Malek Buck Horn Creek Ranch and organized by Philip and Jessica Tom, Jessica Putz, and Andrea Rathmell. The event raised over $38,000. The tournament hosted 15, four-man teams and featured a …

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