As a White House candidate, Joe Biden said his formal plan for dealing with Iran would start with a seemingly simple first step: rejoining the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. A new nuclear crisis in the Middle East could be best averted, he argued, by keeping Tehran boxed inside the agreement’s strict, if temporary, limits, while working to negotiate stronger ones. But the prospects for reviving the deal are looking more complicated as an oddly diverse collection of opponents work to ensure that his vision is never realized..
The remainder of the province will start to see snowfall by Sunday evening. “The heaviest snowfall amounts will be overnight when we could see snowfall rates exceeding five centimetres per hour,” Snoddon said. Strong northeasterly winds will also develop this evening and continue into Monday, reducing visibility at times.
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The week of November 28 has items of possible interest to residents of district 2 at the Board of Estimates, the , and the Urban Design Commission. The city meeting agenda items are open for testimony from the public should you be interested in weighing in. I also appreciate hearing from you on any items on which you have a particular interest or concern so please send me an email or give me a call..
And that in 1982 State Representative David Clarenbach skillfully led the fight to pass a first in the nation state gay rights law, which was signed by Republican Gov. Lee Sherman Dreyfus. And that Madison has a long history of electing out LGBTQ people to office, many of whom have been the first out people in their positions.
Experts said individuals who put on weight in later life often lived longer than those who remained trim. The findings were made following a study based on two generations of Americans followed over nearly seven decades. Obesity campaigners cautioned the results should not be seen as a green light to “let yourself go” when reaching middle age but added there was evidence gaining weight can be useful in protecting against fatal diseases.