On Sunday, some statehouses were surrounded by new security fences, their windows were boarded up, and extra officers were on patrol. Legislatures generally were not in session over the weekend. Capitol. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeFeeling half hearted about Valentine Day? Prefer your pet to your partner most of the time?There will be many couples this year who are finding love in lockdown feels just that bit jaded after months of being stuck indoors together but oddly the same is rarely said for the family pet.Cats and dogs have proved a great comfort to their owners during the turbulence of the pandemic year and for many they have provided that much needed sense of normality.And for those who live alone they have been a lifeline. And, as you might expect, they centre around food.Here an idea of what treats are on offer this year if your loved one happens to be a pet.Whine and Dine your dog Dogs love food practically any food so even if you a poor cook your canine companion will appreciate any efforts to rustle up a Valentine meal.That does not mean, however, any old ingredients from the cupboards or fridge will do because there are plenty food stuffs that upset dogs stomaches.Dog food company Butternut Box has come up with a tasty menu as well as advice from the PDSA on what food your pets might love but which will very definitely not love them back. Some are downright dangerous.Being carnivores, dogs would love a steak so, as you are more likely to be sharing your own meal with him rather than buy him a cut of his own, remember that frying it in garlic butter would not be healthy for your furry friend.Beef a source of protein and fatty acids that boost energy, coat, muscles and joints would be a good choice, although the PDSA recommends feeding your dog only small portions of any human food.If you adding vegetables, boil or steam them without anything extra like butter, salt, or onion.
This decision followed community conversations after the release of the Race to Equity Report (2013) which woke up many white residents about the racial disparities in Madison. The national dialogue and protests about the use of deadly force in communities of color was part of the new landscape after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson MO (2014). On March 6, 2015 shock and anger brimmed over after the officer involved shooting of Tony Robinson.
Multiple choice (MC) examinations are becoming increasingly popular in higher education because they can be used effectively to assess breadth of knowledge in large cohorts of students. This present research investigated Psychology students’ performance on, and experiences of, MC examinations with and without correction for guessing. In Study 1, data were collected from two cohorts of students across three Psychology MC examinations.