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Governor Reynolds Signs Harvest Proclamation

DES MOINES – Today, Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a proclamation relating to the weight limits and transportation of grain. The proclamation is effective immediately and continues through January 1, 2022. The proclamation allows vehicles transporting corn, soybeans, hay, straw, silage and stover to be overweight (not exceeding 90,000 pounds gross...
DES MOINES, IA
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Record-Journal

Hispanic Heritage Month Proclamation – Celebrating Our Heritage

Thank you Mayor William Dickinson Jr. and the Town of Wallingford for recognizing and observing National Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, and for paying tribute to the histories, cultures and contributions of Hispanic Americans from around the globe. This year’s theme for Hispanic Heritage Month was, “Esperanza: A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage and Hope.” Stop by SCOW to read the framed proclamation in both English and Spanish.
WALLINGFORD, CT
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Crescent-News

Defiance Rotary marks 100 years

Long-time Defiance Rotary member John Weaner slices a commemorative cake during a special event Monday marking the organization’s 100th year. Ohio 82nd House District Rep. Craig Riedel of Defiance also read an Ohio General Assembly proclamation congratulating Defiance Rotary for 100 years of service to the community.
DEFIANCE, OH
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TRENDING TOPICS
southalabamian.com

90th birthday proclamation

Mary Lou Lancaster was honored at the Nov. 23 meeting of the Jackson City Council. Mayor Paul South presented Mrs. Lancaster with a proclamation recognizing her 90th birthday. Mrs. Lancaster has been involved in community activities since moving to Jackson in 2015. The proclamation also named her “Jackson’s Very Own Halloween Witch” as she has been known to dress in a witch’s costume and hand out treats throughout town on Halloween.
JACKSON, AL
nationallawforum.com

Just When I Thought I Was Out: Omicron Variant and the Return of Regional COVID-19 Travel Bans

Following its November 8, 2021 move to remove and replace all regional COVID-19 Travel bans with a blanket vaccination requirement, the Biden administration announced a new COVID-19 travel ban on those seeking to enter the U.S. from various African nations. The new Proclamation bars most non-U.S. citizens who have been physically present in the following countries during the 14-day period prior to attempting to enter the United States:
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Washington State Continues to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccination for Certain Workers

Following such states as California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Oregon, Washington’s Governor Jay Inslee has issued Proclamation 21-14.3 to require certain workers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of such vaccination. Covered Workers. The vaccine mandate applies to employees, on-site volunteers, or on-site contractors for:
WASHINGTON STATE
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Inslee issues update to severe weather emergency proclamation

Gov. Jay Inslee today amended his Severe Weather Damage emergency order, 21-18 to add Cowlitz County to the list of affected counties. The amendments will also permit the Washington State Department of Transportation to pursue Federal Highway Administration Emergency Relief funding. The current damage estimate for state and local roads is $11.3 million.
WASHINGTON STATE
bigislandgazette.com

Ige Signs Latest Proclamation, Omicron Variant Not Yet Detected in Hawaiʻi

Gov. David Ige has signed the latest COVID-19 emergency proclamation, setting the stage for the next phase of state and county measures. “While we are moving forward with updated emergency measures, we must remain vigilant. The Omicron variant will likely be detected in the United States,” said Gov. Ige. “Hawaiʻi has a robust surveillance system. Our State Laboratories Division has the capacity to conduct whole genomic sequencing to detect variants. We have not seen the Omicron variant here in Hawaiʻi as of this morning, but we are closely monitoring the situation and will identify the variant as early as possible should it show up here.”
PUBLIC HEALTH
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Abraham Lincoln

(February 12, 1809 - April 15, 1865) The son of a Kentucky farm couple, Abraham Lincoln was a self-educated man. During his childhood, his family moved to Indiana and later to Illinois. Lincoln's unusual height (6 feet 4 inches) and strength gave him an advantage at many physical tasks, from wrestling to wielding an axe. After serving in the Illinois General Assembly and U.S. House of Representatives, Lincoln embarked on a career as a lawyer. He later returned to politics to oppose slavery. In the 1860 Presidential election, he defeated three other candidates, despite not being on the ballot in nine Southern states. Faced with the South's secession shortly after taking office, Lincoln guided the country through war and back to peace again.
POLITICS
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The Ineffectiveness of the Latest Omicron Travel Ban From the Perspective of Immigration Lawyers

"On November 26, 2021, President Biden issued a Presidential Proclamation entitled “A Proclamation on Suspension of Entry as Immigrants and Nonimmigrants of Certain Additional Persons Who Pose a Risk of Transmitting Coronavirus Disease 2019” in response to a report made by the South African government to the World Health Organization (WHO) that a new B.1.1.529 (Omicron) variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 was detected in the country. Reports from the WHO indicate that certain characteristics of the Omicron variant, including an increased risk of reinfection, make it a particular cause for concern. The Proclamation bans many travelers who have been in South Africa or neighboring countries Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, and Zimbabwe in 14 days preceding their entry from coming into the United States. The administration has indicated that it could add additional countries to the list if needed.
IMMIGRATION
hawaii.gov

Governor’s Emergency Proclamation

Governor David Ige today issued another Emergency Proclamation Related to COVID-19, which imposes a limited suspension of the Sunshine Law and provides guidelines for the conduct of board meetings. Essentially, Exhibit C of the latest Proclamation suspends the Sunshine Law to enable boards to conduct meetings without any members of the boards or the public physically present in the same location. The Proclamation, which expires on December 31, 2021 at 11:59 p.m., also encourages boards to follow as “guidelines” nearly all of the requirements for remote and multi-site meetings contained in Act 220, SLH 2021, which go into effect as law on January 1, 2022. The Proclamation specifically requires the board’s notice to now contain electronic and postal contact information for submission of testimony before the meeting.
HEALTH
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President Biden’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

Thanksgiving provides us with a time to reflect on our many blessings — from God, this Nation, and each other. We are grateful for these blessings, even — and especially — during times of challenge. That is why George Washington declared a day of Thanksgiving for his troops as they...
arvadapress.com

Council approves Small Business Saturday proclamation

The council voted unanimously to approve a proclamation declaring Nov. 27 as Small Business Saturday and approved an expansion proposal for Animal Assisted Therapy Programs of Colorado, a therapy facility located at 7275 Kipling St. at the Nov. 15 Arvada City Council meeting. Small Business Saturday. Councilmember John Marriott introduced...
ARVADA, CO

Just When I Thought I Was Out: Omicron Variant and the Return of Regional COVID-19 Travel Bans

Following its November 8, 2021 move to remove and replace all regional COVID-19 Travel bans with a blanket vaccination requirement, the Biden administration announced a new COVID-19 travel ban on those seeking to enter the U.S. from various African nations. The new Proclamation bars most non-U.S. citizens who have been physically present in the following countries during the 14-day period prior to attempting to enter the United States:
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