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5 Important things to know if you are Newly Diagnosed with Gastroparesis

by Nancy Brown for G-PACT.org

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

Gastroparesis (GP) is one of several digestive motility disorders that impact the body’s ability to digest food.  887 more words

Legislative News

ACLU of Hawaiʻi Issues Texas Travel Advisory

Traveling to Texas May Result in Violation of Constitutional Rights, ACLU Warns

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 9, 2017

Contact: Mandy Finlay, Advocacy Coordinator, mfinlay@acluhawaii.org… 682 more words

Know Your Rights

Eight to Watch - April 2017

The 2017 Legislature is well underway. Bills are heading now into conference committee where final amendments and testimony will be deliberated prior to floor votes and (for bills that pass) ultimately the Governor’s desk. 532 more words

Legislative News

Reduction in LG&E Monthly Basic Service Charge Increases A Win for Low-Income Individuals and Energy Conservation

Earlier this year, when LG&E requested significant gas and electric rate increases – including an enormous increase in monthly basic service charges – Metro Council urged Louisville Metro to intervene in the case.    182 more words

Neighborhoods

The PIE FACE CHALLENGE

This article from David Wilson of Itemlive.com introduces a young man named Andrew Billeveau. See the article where Andrew talks about his gastroparesis and how to raise money and awareness he took part in  87 more words

Legislative News

Sustainability Story: Public Tree Ordinance

I am proud to be the co-sponsor of a Public Tree Ordinance, which was filed on Monday, December 5.  Councilwoman Cheri Bryant-Hamilton is the other co-sponsor.  512 more words

Louisville Metro

Council Members Hollander and Hamilton introduce tree ordinance for consideration

Metro Councilmembers Bill Hollander (D-9) and Cheri Bryant-Hamilton (D-5) announced today that they have introduced an ordinance relating to Louisville Metro trees. 

Adoption of such an ordinance was the very first of 41 recommendations in the 2015 Louisville Urban Tree Canopy Assessment. 527 more words

Louisville Metro