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Legislative Update from First 5 Association

Legislative Update
From the First 5 Association: With the legislature set to adjourn next week, bills continue move through the legislative process and work their way to the Governor’s desk. 198 more words


PSA: The county human trafficking workshop is legit worth seeing

So much so that you might even want to have your young ‘uns check into it. The CNN video clip of the interview with Jada Pinkett Smith was something that is worth a glance, because the anecdote they discuss really shows that this could happen to anyone under the wrong circumstances.  429 more words

Brexit Uncertainty

It’s now been almost 2 months since the Brexit vote happened in the United Kingdom and the long term effects seem as uncertain today as they did upon the announcement of the result. 300 more words



The Bank of England bought £1.7bn of gilts as part of their newly-announced stimulus programme, which had got off to a slow start last week with a lack of bond sellers, but is now in full swing. 108 more words

The first day of school . . .

My girls are grumpily preparing themselves for a new year, as I imagine many teens are across San Francisco tonight. One went out and spent her… 568 more words


Catching Up, Special KSC Post

Hi guys!

Sorry I missed posting on Tuesday, we were super busy being on vacation in Florida! I got to take my favorite person, Lynsey, to my favorite place, the Kennedy Space Center. 708 more words


Notes From Underground: "Acting Early to Reduce Uncertainty"

Last Thursday, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney rationalized the Monetary Policy Committee’s aggressive liquidity addition by citing the desire to head off any risk to economic growth and thus increase in unemployment. 670 more words