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Route Fifty: Digital Record Deluge Threatens to Swamp States

Route Fifty: Digital Record Deluge Threatens to Swamp States. “The dramatic growth in digital records produced by state agencies presents significant challenges as archivists seek to preserve the ongoing stream of information for the historical record. 47 more words

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An example of why M4A can’t work as currently envisioned.

Seema Verma, administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)) in a speech:

The Medicare program has extremely low administrative costs, but this isn’t exactly something to brag about. 

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Now What? After the Betrayal of Women at Sabarimala

At the end of the five-day worship in the month of Tulam, it is clear that women have been betrayed. The right wing which promised not to violently stop women devotees did precisely that; their leader also hurled vicious insults are trans people. 1,634 more words

Bad Ideas

T&TEC is restoring power across the country

T&TEC is continuing its restoration efforts and the electricity supply has been returned in the following additional areas: St. Augustine, San Rafael, Macoya Gardens, Sangre Chiquito and Matelot. 151 more words


So much to tell, but its half term

I have lots to say and post and generally bitch about, however my plans have been thwarted by the fact its monkey’s half term.

Also by the fact my partner has Monday off, so I cant use his super computer. 175 more words


Heroes rescue Greenvale families

At around 2 am yesterday, Selwyn Carrington tied a garden hose to a lamppost in Greenvale, La Horquetta, and held onto it as he swam to a nearby savannah to rescue a man who was holding his infant daughter, stranded in rain and flood water. 654 more words