The resolution says African Americans were and are 75 percent more likely to reside near “toxic” oil and gas infrastructure. It points to data from the Journal of the National Cancer Institute that living within 30 miles of this infrastructure increases the risk of developing cancers including lymphoma, lung cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, and prostate cancer. Susceptibility to these diseases increase with age, according to the resolution.
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South Africa on Sunday said it would put on hold the use of the shot in its vaccination programme, after data showed it gave minimal protection against mild to moderate infection caused by the country dominant coronavirus variant. Reported Monday a whopping 1.17 trillion yen ($11 billion) profit for the October December quarter as its investments rose in value. Technology company that offers ride hailing and deliveries.
The stunning seizure of power gives some validation to smaller pocketed investors, many of whom are encouraging each other on Reddit and are trading stocks for the first time thanks to brokerages offering free trading apps. It’s also left more investors on Wall Street asking if the stock market is in a dangerous bubble about to pop, as AMC Entertainment, Bed Bath Beyond and other downtrodden stocks suddenly soar as well. The S 500 set a record high earlier this week, though it fell Wednesday..
Please join me for a second neighborhood meeting on Inventure Capital’s development proposal for 131 S. Fair Oaks Avenue currently Kessenich’s, Ltd. Mike Thorson, head of Inventure, and his architectural team at JLA have refined their proposal with feedback from the June 22 neighborhood meeting and input from the SASY Preservation and Development Committee.
‘It’s a moving target:’ Plan for new Holyoke Soldiers’ Home facility still uncertain, trustee tells legislatorsUpdated 2:42 PM; Today 2:42 PMHours before a Holyoke Soldiers’ Home trustees meeting, a board member said he remains completely unaware of what the state’s response will be to trustees’ demands to plan for a bigger facility.Franklin County Trustee Isaac Mass on Tuesday told members of a Special Legislative Oversight Committee that state officials have yet to tip their hands on whether they went back to the drawing board for a plan that was sharply criticized by trustees and veterans advocates.”We’re supposed to see a new plan tonight. I haven’t seen it. I think it’s because it’s a moving target,” Mass told the committee, which held its sixth public hearing this morning.The committee was formed at the behest of retired House Speaker Robert DeLeo after 76 veterans died after testing positive for COVID 19 at the state run facility for veterans.A Jan.