McConnell didn’t provide any specifics of any potential bill. Senate leaders are working through various proposals to find consensus as more and more Republicans are speaking out in sharp opposition to Trump. It is one of the rare instances where Republican leaders in Congress have been willing to publicly rebuke the president on policy and actively consider legislation to oppose him..
4. All of this bullshit fog your putting up is nonsense in the light of the “therapeutic TAKE A BREAK” periods they enforce for adderall “at THERAPEUTIC DOSES.” So, the marketing version is “these breaks help keep the dose effective” but the reality is “these breaks help slow down the dependence and tolerance that comes with taking it for more than a week.” Dependence. Tolerance.
When I type in the correct login info, it says “login denied. I dribble my teammate ball out on to the field and rip a shot towards back post, barely missing and perfectly going through the open gate onto the street. It bounces off a car and rolls down the slanted street.
Cubans have long turned to their relatives abroad for support in the face of chronic shortages plaguing the isolated island nation. The amount of remittances to Cuba is estimated at more than $2.5billion annually, much of it coming from the more than 1million Cubans living in greater Miami. Now, as more American visitors arrive bearing the latest technological accoutrements, and increased Internet access reveals a realm of material goods previously unimaginable, some Cubans are developing a taste for luxuries..
The Court never says in advance which opinions it’s releasing, and it has until the end of June to either release opinions or decide to postpone the decisions. So there’s no way of knowing what, exactly, might get dropped on any given opinion day.This is the famous “Cake Case” a battle over whether a bakery in Colorado can refuse to bake a wedding cake for a same sex couple, with swirling tensions over free speech, freedom of religion and freedom from discrimination.The case stems from the state’s anti discrimination law, which prohibits companies from discriminating against customers based on their sexual orientation. (Worth noting: There is no federal law banning discrimination against gay people, and state laws vary, meaning that many bakeries could turn away gay couples without consequence.)The bakery owner argues that this is a First Amendment case: Colorado is attempting to force him to bake a cake that sends a message support for gay marriage that he does not believe in.The state argues that this isn’t about free speech, but instead is about a refusal to serve a certain class of people.