Month: December 2013

Politics Color Governors' Decisions On Medicaid

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The Whole Family Is Involved In Producing The Boomerangs, Which Are Curved-shaped Lightweight Devices That Return To The Thrower If Thrown Just Right.

 The Humane Society of the United States said, however, that “the fight for America’s horses is not over.” “We will press for a quick resolution of the merits of our claims in the 10th Circuit,” said Jonathan R. Lovvorn, the group’s senior vice president of animal protection litigation and investigations.



The Whole Family Is Involved In Producing The Boomerangs, Which Are Curved-shaped Lightweight Devices That Return To The Thrower If Thrown Just Right.



Springfield family build boomerang business



The Whole Family Is Involved In Producing The Boomerangs, Which Are Curved-shaped Lightweight Devices That Return To The Thrower If Thrown Just Right.



 Advocates of Wisconsin accepting federal funding to help pay for an expansion of the state’s BadgerCare Medicaid program gather in support of a bill that would allow counties to take the money, sidestepping the state, on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, in Madison, Wis.



RV users help Amazon keep up with holiday rush



 27, 2013 photo, Jeff and Kari LeBeau holds some of the boomerangs they make for their grassroots business, Big Daddy Boomerangs in Springfield, Mass. The whole family is involved in producing the boomerangs, which are curved-shaped lightweight devices that return to the thrower if thrown just right. (AP Photo/Springfield Republican, Mark M.



Appeals court allows horse slaughterhouses to open



 The hundreds of temporary workers are assigned packing, sorting and collection duties at Amazon facilities in Kentucky, Kansas and Nevada, roles meant to keep orders flowing during the yuletide rush. Swarms of workers take up temporary residence in campgrounds. For many, it’s another short-term stint on a nonstop journey.

Li People On The Move, Dec. 11, 2013

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 HUMAN RESOURCES Cindy Edwards has joined Alcott HR in Farmingdale as vice president of business development. She previously served as vice president, business development for AlphaStaff in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and lives in New Jersey. REAL ESTATE Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Atlantic Shores in Huntington has announced new hires.

 

Baby bouncy seat with iPad draws criticism

 

 Galleries More LI mug shots Two Nassau sushi restaurants and an executive have agreed to pay more than $288,000 to settle federal charges that they “willfully” failed to pay 70 workers minimum wage and overtime, the U.S. Labor Department said. Xaga Sushi in Merrick and Hewlett, and their president, Mei Yu Zhang, agreed to pay $261,887 in back wages and $26,322 in penalties, the Labor Department announced Monday.



After Four Days Of Meetings In Singapore, Ministers Issued A Statement Tuesday Saying That “substantial Progress” Had Been Made On Finalizing The Trans-pacific Partnership.



Trans-Pacific free-trade deal progress



 Washington had said it hoped the trade agreement would be completed by the end of the year. After four days of meetings in Singapore, ministers issued a statement Tuesday saying that “substantial progress” had been made on finalizing the Trans-Pacific Partnership. It said they had identified “potential landing zones” for most of the outstanding issues and would meet again next month. Deborah Elms, a professor at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University, said the tone of the statement suggested negotiators have a “pretty clear understanding” of what a final agreement would look like.



The Case Where A Parent Could Insert An Ipad Has A Large Mirror For The Baby To See Its Face When There’s No Ipad.



2 Nassau sushi restaurants to pay $288G to settle wage charges



 Its very existence suggests it’s fine to leave babies all alone with an iPad inches from their face,” said Susan Linn, the group’s director, in an interview. “Babies thrive when they are talked to, played with and cuddled, not when they are alone with a screen.” Fisher-Price spokeswoman Juliette Reashor said the bouncy has a time-out feature that only allows for 10 minutes of activity with an app before requiring a manual reset, so the app wouldn’t play endlessly. The bouncy seat’s attachment has colorful toys that dangle so a baby can reach and grab. The case where a parent could insert an iPad has a large mirror for the baby to see its face when there’s no iPad.