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While there have been no reports of state government computers being affected by "ransomware" attacks in recent days, Baker said Monday that cybersecurity is "something we obviously worry about all the time. The Republican governor says he expects his administration to make some proposals in the near future for ways of further strengthening cybersecurity. The settlement will pay for claims by current and former Wal-Mart associates in the U. About claims have been submitted. District Judge William Young approved the settlement after a brief hearing in federal court in Boston.
The lawsuit was filed in by Jacqueline Cote, a Wal-Mart associate from Massachusetts who said the company denied medical insurance for her wife. Cote, whose wife died of ovarian cancer insaid she was pleased Wal-Mart was willing to resolve the issue for her and other associates who are married to someone of the same sex. Wal-Mart's senior vice president for global benefits, Sally Welborn, said the company was happy to resolve the case.
AP — Worries about the environmental impact of maintaining a lawn, from keeping the turf green and healthy to the fumes and noise created when it needs to be cut, have caused some people to wonder whether there is sense in having manicured grass surrounding their homes.
By expanding his zero-pollution lawn care enterprise this summer, a Northampton High School junior is aiming to ease these concerns and change the perception about the significant environmental consequences to enjoying a lush, green landscape. Each year, Hempstead said, he has reinvested the previous year's profits to improve the company and this year is making a sizeable investment in a riding mower featuring a solar-powered canopy that he believes is the first in the region.
The Mean Green CXR commercial grade electric ride-on mower, which will arrive in the next several days from Mean Green Products of Hamilton, Ohio, runs exclusively on solar power, reducing the need to buy gas and to do various engine repairs.
This riding mower cuts at 11 mph and the only noise is made by the blades. Hempstead said this equipment will allow ElectroCut to take on bigger lawns and commercial jobs, as well. Hempstead said he hit upon the idea of starting a green lawn care company as a teenager because of his interest in protecting the Earth, noting that he has always walked to school. He cites an Environmental Protection Agency study showing that a 3-horsepower gas powered lawn mower can emit as much air pollution as 11 automobiles traveling at 55 mph.
When he started the company, Hempstead looked into biodiesel equipment, but learned that they are still 98 percent petroleum based, and could cause more hazards. Since the start, he has purchased battery-powered, selfpropelled push mowers that can run for about seven hours.
The current fleet features two push mowers, a line trimmer and a leaf blower, all of which are also less noisy. Though the environmental benefits are real, the lack of disturbing homeowners and neighbors has been a selling point.
Hempstead observes that one of his clients is a therapist who needs quiet when working with patients. Television, radio and regional newpapers only provide fleeting coverage of local issues you care about.
Developmental Screening At Fort Meadow For Peer Partners Families who live in Westfield and are interested in having their preschoolers attend Fort Meadow for the school year are requested to call for a developmental screening. Children will be chosen by lottery. Currently Fort Meadow charges tuition. Screening date is May 19, Please come and see our school and meet some of our staff at our Community Open House from 6: We look forward to meeting you and your children! The evening session came as Republican senators have begun closed-door meetings aimed at crafting a GOP bill scuttling much of President Barack Obama's health care law.
With the political stakes high over health care, there seems little chance that a band of moderates from both parties would produce a package that will become the Senate's chief bill, at least until Republicans have exhausted efforts to produce their own legislation. But Monday's meeting underscored that Democratic and Republican centrists consider it important to show home-state voters that they are seeking middle ground and are not using the issue to score partisan points.
There are already divisions between conservatives and GOP moderates over what their party's bill should look like, with the two factions clashing over issues including Medicaid cuts. Republican leaders are hoping to produce a consensus GOP bill by this summer.
Attendees included several other Republicans plus three Democrats: Collins told reporters the meeting was aimed at trying to "get away from the partisanship that has made it very difficult to come up with solutions. As an alternative, states could enroll people in low-cost, highdeductible plans or let them purchase more expensive policies.
Cassidy said the bill he sponsored with Collins would be "a good place to start," but said senators were open to other ideas. An aide to one Democrat who attended the session said the lawmakers discussed health care ideas in "broad strokes. Republicans have long pledged to repeal Obama's statute and replace it with GOP policy prescriptions.
The legislation is one of President Donald Trump's top priorities, and the party has little interest in easily abandoning its effort to show voters they are addressing their promise. For their part, Democrats have refused to engage in talks with Republicans unless the GOP drops its repeal mantra and agrees to work toward adjustments in Obama's statute. Democratic leaders are in no rush to help Republicans in their drive to dismantle Obama's overhaul, which has fared poorly in public opinion surveys.
With unanimous Democratic opposition expected, Republicans holding a Senate majority would lose if just three GOP senators oppose their party's plans. If they secure 50 Republican votes, the bill would pass because Vice President Mike Pence would break the tie.
Collins and Cassidy said they expected the bipartisan lawmakers to meet again. In this March 24, photo, a nurse for eastern Indiana's Fayette County holds one of the syringes provided to intravenous drug users taking part in the county's state-approved needle exchange program at the county courthouse in Connersville, Ind.
The effort is in response to a hepatitis C outbreak among IV drug users. The number of new infections nearly tripled in five years, to about 2, in The virus is spread by sharing needles to inject drugs, and the increase coincided with a surge in heroin use. But officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention think the reported infections are only a fraction of the actual number. Most people don't get sick for many years, so they aren't tested and don't know they are infected.
The CDC estimates that the number of infections in was 34, or twice as many as the estimate for The biggest jump in new infections is in people ages 20 to 29, the CDC said.
The hepatitis C virus spreads through the blood but does most of its damage by infecting the liver. It can lead to cirrhosis or liver cancer. In recent years, new hepatitis C drugs hit the market that can cure the infection in only a few months. But they are expensive — a course of treatment can costs tens In this March 28,file, Sen. Moderate senators from both parties met May 15 to explore whether they can work on bipartisan legislation overhauling the nation's health care system.
Collins and Bill Cassidy, R-La. Scott Applewhite, File Tell us someThing good! Do you have a carrier who goes above and beyond in their delivery of The Westfield News? If so— we want to hear about it! All too often, negativity dominates the news. So shoot us an email at melissahartman thewestfieldnewsgroup. The CDC also released national hepatitis C death figures: The number hasn't changed much recently but that figure reflects a different group of infected people — baby boomers.
The apparent leveling off may be due to a push to test all baby boomers for the virus and the treatment improvements, said the CDC's Dr.
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Before widespread screening of blood donations began inthe virus was also spread through blood transfusions. New cases fell to under nearly 15 years ago and stayed at that level until they rose sharply in That was around the time heroin use began increasing, as drug abusers caught up in the opioid crisis shifted from prescription painkillers to heroin.
Elizabeth Warren is faulting Republicans for blocking Democrats from negotiations on the Senate version of a health care overhaul bill. The Massachusetts Democrat said Monday that Senate Republicans are trying to get the bill to the floor of the Senate as quickly as possible. Warren said the House bill would knock millions of people off of health care coverage, raise costs for people over 50 and working families, and open the door to discrimination against people with pre-existing conditions, women and people with mental health conditions — all to help deliver what she described as "a tax break for a handful of millionaires and billionaires.
She also suggested any discussion of health care should include talks about a so-called "single payer" plan. The House bill would gut major portions of the Obama law by overhauling government subsidies for private health insurance and winding down Obama's expansion of the Medicaid health care program for the poor, while also rolling back funding for traditional Medicaid and cutting taxes on upper-income people that Democrats used to finance coverage expansion of the existing law, the Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare.
Jamie's extremely passionate about his work and also education, his salon focus is to give clients a stylish bespoke look to suit the individual. He joined the team in and is part of the art team group 2 creative education which he is attending constantly.
Mark specialises in short ladies cutting and styling, mens skin-fades, hair extensions and GHD curls. Antony Style Director Antony has been with us since and specialises in Mens hair and Short ladies hair. His career highlights are winning the in-salon awards and vardering with a distinction. The team describe Antony as thorough, talkative, enthusiastic, precise and a 'problem solver. He has also worked at London fashion weeks blow out bar.
Natassia Natassia has been working for the company for 10 years now. She received a distinction and was the project winner in her vardering training. She moved to London from Nottingham 2 and a half years ago and has developed her career hugely ever since. She got chosen to be in The Breakthrough team in and is now busy assisting on Photoshoot's as well as styling her own and taking part in events such as London Fashion Week.
She specialises in Afro hair and her passion is making the hair the best condition it can be. She is also studying music at university and is in the salon on Monday and Thursday. Her colleagues describe her as friendly, passionate, hardworking, loyal, considerate and inspiring. Antonio Stylist He started his hairdressing career in in Italy where he specialised in men's hair after working in a salon for 3 years.
Antonio also received his vardering qualification with a distinction. Dillan Stylist Dillan has been with the company for 5 years now and trained as an assistant in the Covent Garden branch. He has worked a few seasons at London Fashion Week working alongside our Artistic Directors creating amazing looks that are seen at fashion scout. Leanne Technician Leanne has been with the company sincejoining the Westfield team in