It needs to stop now! I live in Broward County and there have been numerous non-reported incidents of violence against teachers and other students, even stabbings and rapes. You may however address the court in person…address the banc…and seek equity…and self determination…only if your not an id iot …or you will be at risk or allow one to speak for you…if you have not the Proper understanding of that which you have agreed to…since it may involve your very life, liberty, sacred honor and possessions that are at stake… Lonely it is out on the fringe…most choose to remain in the flock…baa baa and let the Good Shepard deal with the details! Hispanic Customs agents file class-action suit in federal court Treasury Department accused of fostering atmosphere of discrimination Customs agents hurl conspiracy accusations: Why does it seem that we the people are getting screwed on all fronts.
There will also be a raffle, games, bingo, cake walk, bake sale, quilts and a country store. For raffle tickets contact a St. Kateri Tekakwitha parishioner or the Catholic Community Center. Everyone is invited, so come and enjoy the fun — there is something for everyone! Sioux Falls, SD — Sept.
LaRon Greywater, age 44, was indicted on September 5, She appeared before U. Restitution may also be ordered. She failed to stop at a stop sign and yield the right of way to other traffic at an intersection on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation. A collision occurred and she allegedly made false representations about the brakes on her vehicle malfunctioning which caused the wreck.
The charges are merely accusations and Greywater is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. Greywater was released on pretrial conditions pending trial. A jury trial date has not been set yet. This will result in an increase in the charge that appears on your monthly telephone bill. The factor is applied to services designated as interstate by the FCC and changes from time-to-time based on the needs of the federal universal fund. The federal universal service fund was established and is maintained to ensure that all consumers, regardless of location, have access to essentially the same telecommunications services at affordable prices.
The fund also provides schools, libraries, low-income consumers and rural health care providers with assistance in obtaining telecommunications services. Please call RC Technologies at with any questions you may have on these changes. Although we create many opportunities for people to learn, we can't reach everyone. There are still women that don't know about age appropriate screenings, such as mammograms to detect breast cancer; generally mammograms begin at age 40 unless there is a family history of cancer.
A mammogram is an x-ray of a woman's breasts to detect changes that aren't normal. Talk to a doctor about your risk for breast cancer, especially if a close family member of yours has had breast or ovarian cancer. Your doctor can help you decide when and how often to get mammograms. This year please join us for a week of learning and activities October , The event is part of National Seat Check Saturday, and will include instruction on how to choose the right car seats for children, with an emphasis on how to install and use them correctly.
Technicians will also explain the importance of registering the seats with the manufacturer so parents and caregivers can be notified if there is a recall. No parent wants to ever get it wrong when it comes to a child's safety. That's why we're hosting this car seat check event on National Seat Check Saturday. Parents - don't think you know, know you know that your kids are secure in their car seats and are in the right seats for their ages and sizes.
Car crashes are a leading killer of children, and the latest research from the U. Sandi Bernard added that using age- and size-appropriate car seats and installing them correctly are the best ways to reduce these deaths. Many of those kids could have survived if they had been buckled up. The week is dedicated to teaching parents and caregivers about the importance of correctly choosing, installing, and using car seats, booster seats, and seat belts.
Parents and caregivers will also be reminded of the importance of registering car seats with the manufacturer so they can be notified in the event of a recall. NHTSA recommends keeping children rear-facing as long as possible, up to the top height or weight allowed by their particular seats. Once a child outgrows the rear-facing car seat, he or she is ready to travel in a forward-facing car seat with a harness and tether. After outgrowing the forward-facing car seat, a child should ride in a booster seat until tall enough to fit in a seat belt properly.
All parents and caregivers are invited to attend this free event. For more information on child car seat safety, as well as how to find other car seat check events, go to www. US Attorney's office hosts "Addiction and Suicide: Communities in Crisis" conference. One of the highest priorities of the United States Department of Justice, as outlined by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, is to reduce drug overdose deaths. In , 72, American lost their lives to drug overdoses. That's almost half of the population of Sioux Falls — vanishing in a single year.
For Americans under the age of 50, drug overdose is now the leading cause of death. That wasn't true even five years ago," said U. Addiction and suicide touch all levels of society, in every part of our state: Suicide is also a growing problem across the nation and in South Dakota.
Suicide is third highest cause of death for children ages in the state, and the second highest cause of death for young adults ages ," said Deb Fischer-Clemens, Senior Vice President for Public Policy at Avera Health. The keynote speaker for the conference was Ryan Leaf, former NFL player and collegiate football coach, who experienced addiction to prescription opioids and now is a voice for recovery, with a mission to reach anyone in need of hope.
More than conference attendees also heard stories from individuals who had personal or family experience with the tragedies of addiction, depression and suicide. This was the fifth annual conference sponsored by Avera and the U. Attorney's Office to explore issues of justice, well-being and safety in our state and region.
Past topics have included human trafficking, living with disabilities, child sexual abuse and the opioid epidemic. The goal of the conference was to reduce overdose and suicide deaths by opening up a larger conversation between people from all walks of life in South Dakota. Attendees represented the legal system, government, health care, education, social work, ministries and more. Attorney Parsons at the close of the conference.
The opioid crisis that's plagued many areas of the country has reached epidemic levels, and it's on the rise. Last year alone, more than 72, Americans lost their lives to drug overdoses. Of those, nearly 50, were related to opioids — a highly addictive drug that can be fatal when misused, whether in the form of a prescription drug or illicit substance.
No state is immune to this battle, including South Dakota. And while it might not have affected our state the same way it has others, I can say with certainty that one opioid-related death is one too many. Sadly, we've lost hundreds of fellow South Dakotans to this epidemic over the last decade, and nationwide, the problem is only getting worse. Today more people are dying from opioid overdoses than in motor vehicle accidents.
It's now the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. Taking on this crisis requires a strong and coordinated response from local communities all the way to the federal government, which has an important role to play in this battle.
In a place where politics too often rules the day, I'm glad this fight has garnered the strong bipartisan support it deserves in Washington, D. It's too important not to. In , Congress passed the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act and the 21st Century Cures Act, which devoted substantial resources to states to empower them to tackle this problem in communities around the country.
All told, funding to combat this crisis has increased by nearly 1, percent over last four years. Most recently, Congress passed the Opioid Crisis Response Act, which is the result of more than 70 proposals from senators across the ideological spectrum, myself included. Five Senate committees, including the Senate Commerce Committee, which I chair, contributed to this effort that will help reduce use and supply, encourage recovery, and drive innovation and long-term solutions.
The bill includes my Expanding Telehealth Response to Ensure Addiction Treatment Act, which will take meaningful steps toward expanding access to telehealth technology for Medicare patients being treated for substance use disorder. Telehealth is critical for rural states like South Dakota, which is why I'm glad this particular provision was included in the broader legislation. It also includes my Fighting Opioid Abuse in Transportation Act, which would close a safety gap in railroad drug and alcohol testing regulations and require certain federal agencies to include fentanyl, an opioid drug, in the drug-testing panel.
Angela Kennecke, a journalist who is familiar to many South Dakotans, lost her daughter to the opioid crisis. Angela has bravely shared her family's experience, saying, in part, "I think it's best if I just tell my story and let everyone out there know what happened to my daughter.
Because I really believe it could happen to anyone's daughter. It can happen in anyone's family. It can happen to anyone's family. That's why Congress has taken this issue head on.
When I say one opioid-related death is one too many, it's people like Angela's daughter, Emily, who I'm talking about. We can curb this epidemic, and with the tools that are being deployed nationwide, I'm confident we will. The Senate bill must now be reconciled with House-passed legislation before it can be sent to the president for his signature.
Today this bill is one step closer to the president's desk, and we are one step closer to providing much-needed assistance to those who need it the most. I hope my colleagues in the House will consider this important piece of legislation without delay. Thune has long advocated for the use of telehealth as a means to increase access to health care services in rural communities, like those throughout South Dakota approved by the Finance Committee.
It also addresses a major on-going drug abuse issue by requiring that the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Transportation include fentanyl in the drug-testing panel, subject to findings on available testing approved by the Commerce Committee.
Shelley Moore Capito R-W. It would also protect individuals with opioid use disorder and their families from harmful and misleading addiction treatment programs or products.
Many times, addiction starts with a legal painkiller prescription from a doctor following surgery or to manage chronic pain. Because opioids are highly addictive, they can easily lead to abuse.
When the prescription runs out, people attempt to buy them illegally on the street or turn to dangerous substances such as heroin or fentanyl. I'm pleased that we were able to pass the Opioid Crisis Response Act and I urge the president to sign it into law so those suffering from addiction can get the help they need as quickly as possible. S Senate to pass comprehensive, bipartisan legislation to combat the ongoing, nationwide substance abuse crisis.
The legislation includes provisions Heitkamp successfully fought for to address the ripple effects of North Dakota's overdose epidemic among children, families, and rural communities. Over the past few years, drug abuse and drug-related deaths have steeply risen across rural America.
In North Dakota, drug-related deaths increased by nearly percent from to And from to , opioid deaths in rural America quadrupled among year olds.
The bipartisan Opioid Crisis Response Act includes key pieces from a bill Heitkamp introduced to address and mitigate the detrimental impact exposure to trauma, like opioid and methamphetamines abuse, can have on children. Traumatic experiences such as those related to addiction can lead to severe health and behavioral complications that can impact children throughout their lives.
Young people who experience four or more traumatic events are three times more at risk of heart disease or lung cancer, while those who experience six or more traumatic events are 30 times more likely to attempt suicide.
Right now, we're witnessing an entire generation of American children who could be scarred for life due to the substance abuse they've witnessed in their families. That's why it's so important that this bipartisan bill also includes my provisions to mitigate the impacts of childhood exposure to trauma, boost the mental and behavioral health workforce, and commit to evidence-based evaluations and interventions.
This legislation is an important and needed step, but we must keep fighting for additional support, so all North Dakota families and communities are strong and safe.
The legislation also includes Heitkamp's provisions to improve the Opioid State Targeted Response STR grant program, which she proposed in legislation she introduced earlier this year. It would increase flexibility, enable tribes to apply directly for grants, and create a tribal set-aside. According to the U.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC , American Indians and Alaska Natives had the highest overdose death rates of any group in and the largest percentage change in the number of opioid-related deaths over time. The provisions from Heitkamp's Trauma-Informed Care for Children and Families Act she fought to include in the Opioid Crisis Response Act would combat the crisis and boost access to trauma-informed treatment by:. Establishing an interagency task force to identify best practices.
Department of Education, U. Department of Justice, and relevant tribal agency professionals would work to identify a set of best practices that improve capacity and coordination for the identification, referral, and support of children and families that have experienced or at risk of experiencing trauma. Understanding the prevalence of trauma. Data collection and reporting by states would be expanded to include Adverse Childhood Experiences ACEs in behavioral health surveys. Funding would provide technical assistance, direct services to communities, and would support evaluations and dissemination of best practices in trauma-informed care for children and families.
Integrating mental health practices in schools. Grants would link educational agencies with mental health systems to increase student access to evidence-based trauma support services to help prevent and mitigate trauma that children and youth experience due to substance abuse.
Health professionals in the National Health Service Corps would be able to provide behavioral and mental health services in schools or other community-based settings. Additionally, trauma-informed training would be included as part of graduate education and training programs.
The bipartisan legislation also includes critical provisions that would strengthen prevention and education programs, expand access to medication assisted treatment MAT , and improve wrap-around services for those in recovery.
Additionally, this bill includes a measure that would help prevent fentanyl and other illegally-trafficked synthetic drugs from being shipped through the international mail system by strengthening federal agencies' ability to screen shipments that are coming into the country. New app and harnesses power of museums to better lives of people living with Dementia. Paul, MN — Sept. The program offers training workshops, resources and activities, including the "My House of Memories" app, the first of its kind in the world.
The app features more than interactive pages of MNHS collection items, which can help those living with dementia draw on memories to create personal connections with family, friends and caregivers.
The collection items include objects, photographs, music and video that were curated by people living with dementia and their caregivers, including African-Americans who selected items that connect to the black community.
Seeing how these museum resources can create meaningful, person-centered engagement for American audiences, and African-Americans in particular, has been very rewarding.
Museums can be fantastic resources at helping unlock memories, improve communication and understanding, and enrich the lives of those living with dementia. We're excited to see how the U. MNHS will also hold training workshops across the state for professional and family caregivers, aimed at helping participants develop new skills and understanding in caring for those living with dementia. Participants will receive a toolkit and view training videos based on the real-life stories of people living with dementia.
Family caregiver workshops will be held in spring To find out more about the workshops, visit mnhs. This initiative will complement other MNHS memory loss programs, including sensory-based tours, memory cafes and a baking lab.
Alliance, an organization of Minnesota and Wisconsin museums focused on serving the memory loss community. The word "chronic" means persistent and unrelenting; something that doesn't go away quickly.
When you preface that word with "pain," you have a potentially crippling condition which affects too many people in too many guises. Chronic pain can develop in a variety of conditions: The bad news is that it is often very difficult to get rid of chronic pain, like an unwanted guest who never wants to leave. Surgery or medicines especially opioids are often minimally effective at treating chronic pain and sometimes make things worse. Even injections of steroids, which is an invasive, expensive and overused procedure, is typically useless for chronic pain.
In the end, too many people continue to suffer. The pain can eventually take control and cause the person to become helpless, inactive, and shut down completely. It is important to understand that immobility often makes the situation worse. If a joint or muscle is not used regularly, it barks and bites when called upon to be moved, the pain of which can dissuade further use. This cycle, if unbroken, can result in an increasing level of immobility, severe disability, and more time to dwell on the pain.
This is exactly the reason they say "use it or lose it! Paradoxically, one of the most effective ways of breaking people out of this cycle is for them to change negative habits and to become more active. Regular stretching, good posture, adequate sleep, a good diet, and regular exercise can work wonders where modern medicines fail.
Of course, each case is different, and sometimes a trapped nerve needs release or severe inflammation needs to be turned down and rested. However, carefully moving through stiffness and discomfort can give us considerable relief. It will be tough in the beginning, and results may not be instantaneous, but the struggle of starting healthier habits in the face of chronic pain can be well worth the long-term benefits.
Studies show that return to function, although not easy, is the key to rehabilitation. Chronic pain doesn't have to mean progressive immobility, disability, and hopelessness. We should remember to accept the pain when we have to, and, when advised by the doctor, to move those muscles. I am located at the Sisseton Middle School. I have two wonderful children: I choose to work with JOM students because helping children is the most rewarding job I can think of!
Knowing that my job is to help kids achieve their full potential and to help them feel happier and better about themselves, brings a huge smile to my face. The Special Olympics sports organization is for children with intellectual disabilities, and providing year-round training and competition for athletes. I feel very close to our JOM students and look forward to their successes.
I strive in getting them to realize their full potential, that is my goal every school day. This school year, she will be located at West Side Elementary School and has been there for going on a year. Alex says she's very lucky to work with such amazing and talented students throughout the school year there at Westside Elementary. She is excited and ready for this school year. I truly and whole heartedly believe in all of our tribal youth here.
I want them to be proud of who they are and where they come from. Many of our tribal youth just need that extra reminder that many of us are rooting for them. To remind them that many of our people want to see them succeed and go above and beyond their limits to achieve their goals. I chose to be here and help support them in any way that I can. Lane Kvien -Steer Wrestling placed 3rd in the long round, tied for 1st in the short round and placed 1st over all.
The grant will be used to address community needs and to improve the sustainability of natural resources and agricultural sustainability in Indian Country. Jeremy Guinn, chair of the Environmental Science and Research Program at UTTC, says this funding is a way to reach beyond academic programs and serve the community directly. It is a broad area but these are interconnected fields and we are looking to provide research, information, and resources to the tribes in those three areas, Guinn says.
The Intertribal Research and Resource Center will be in addition to the work already happening on the college campus through the Land Grant program and the Environmental Science and Research Program that focuses on cultivating sustainable food on campus as well as research into sustaining natural resources. The deadline to apply for internships in his Washington, D. College credit is available. Duties in the Washington, D. Capitol, handling constituent phone calls, sorting mail and providing legislative support.
Duties in the South Dakota offices include researching constituent inquiries and requests, participation in outreach activities, assisting staff on special projects, handling phone calls and constituent requests and sorting mail. In all offices, students will work closely with constituents and staff, polish their research and writing skills and gain an in-depth understanding of a Senate office.
Interested college students should complete the online internship application and submit a resume no later than Oct. Information about the internship program, along with the application, can be found online at www. The Wiyukcan ka Ecunpi Project is looking for individuals to provide guidance and mentoring sessions to various age groups of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate Youth for at least 3 to 5 hours per week.
The Individual will also be responsible for providing a final report that entails a detailed overview of the Mentor's performed duties to the Wiyukcan ka Ecunpi Project's Chief Academic Officer. Contracts are for 3, 6, and 9 months - desired length of contract must be submitted with proposal. Bio-sketch or resume of academic and professional credentials, technical competence, experience, and expertise. Two signed references that highlight the applicant's ability to perform the scope of work.
Work plan to perform the scope of work delineating deliverables, timelines, costs, roles and functions of how the mentor will spend their required hours per week in contact with the youth. Incremental payment schedule that is based on completion of deliverables delineated in the work plan.
Desired length of contract must be addressed within proposal. Contract lengths can be 3, 6, or 9 months. Statement of qualifications, competence, and capacity to perform the scope of work. Current South Dakota Driver's Licenses, and willing to get a tribal driver's license if proposal is accepted. Abide by the laws, policies and courts of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation shall govern proposal, contracts and work. To review the entire list of required documentation and what else must be submitted with the prospal please contact Collette Haase SWO Procurment Officer - her information is provided below.
All interested parties acknowledge that any Agreement executed and performed within the Tribe's exclusive jurisdiction is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Tribal Court of Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation. All interested parties acknowledge that they must comply with the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate Ordinances: The Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate is seeking an expert consultant to develop the proposed Wellness Center on the Lake Traverse Reservation and to update previous drawings.
The Planning and Development Phase will begin in September and is expected to be completed in a 12 month period. Potential applicants interested in performing the services described below should submit proposals to the attention of Floyd Kirk Jr. Box , Agency Village, South Dakota To be considered one original and five copies of the proposal must be received no later than Friday, September 21, at 4: Facilitate multi-disciplinary project development team that will provide the guidance and expertise to make the project a reality through a phased approach.
Reactivate and reconvene a project development team composed of key stakeholders, and other partners to provide multi-disciplinary guidance, direction, and expertise to the project. Identify and develop construction financing options in consultation with the project development team.
Identify and develop revenue streams for operational programming, including the existing budgets of the programs that will occupy the facility, increases to the existing budgets that may be obtained through increases in appropriations from Congress by the Federal agencies, non-recurring grants from federal agencies.
Qualifications and requirements for organizations or individuals responding to this Request for Proposals:. Experience and expertise in architectural and engineering design and construction of wellness centers. Excellent communication, group facilitation, networking and writing skills. Good standing with the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate on past project performance. Work plan to perform the scope of work delineating deliverables, timelines, costs, roles and functions. Itemized budget applicant will need to perform this scope of work, including all fees and reimbursable expenses such as supplies, travel, and overhead.
The laws, policies and courts of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation shall govern proposal, contracts and work. All proposals must include recognition that subsequent agreements and work shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws and courts of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate.
Irrespective of any language to the contrary in the RFP, subsequent agreements or elsewhere, no right to arbitration of any controversy or claim arising out of or related to the Agreement. The Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate shall utilize the following selective factors in determining the most responsive proposal.
I generally delete such comments without publishing them. Before I deleted it, I sent it to Takuan, just to show him what was coming in. He suggested that I go ahead and post it, followed by his response. Some interesting points, a lot of waffle and some errors.
Top class, modern historians now regard that figure as grotesquely disproportionate. It is one of the most successful internationsal businesses of all time. You have the temerity to post this kind of Nazi apologist garbage in a comments thread of an article by a writer whose gentile grandparents had been murdered in a concentration camp and whose gentile mother spent two years in a labor-extermination camp, was a state witness in the post-war trial of its commandant, and relayed her wartime experiences to this writer directly.
Moreover, a writer who was born and grew up one hour by car from Auschwitz and three kilometers from the plant where the firm Hoch und Tiefbau AG had built the crematoria for that camp. In which, alone, 2. Moreover, you desecrate the memory of Witold Pilecki plus other Polish officer escapees from Auschwitz who produced written reports, e. I am omitting here reports by Jewish escapees, for example the Vrba-Wetzler report, as well as the fate of the Jewish part of my family during the war, so as to skirt the whole specious Joooos-tainted-it aspect of your comment.
The lowest for Auschwitz, for instance by the Polish historian Franciszek Piper , cites 1. The highest figure cited for Auschwitz is 4 million. However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo. See the list at the bottom of this post for links to the previous installments. For over 60 years, White mea-culpists have had a firm grip in all fields of cultural mind imprinting: Their main endeavor has been to enforce their compulsory e.
K and discretionary e. Nor the evils of the worldwide Islamic Inquisition which — not in the 16th century but now, in the 21st, condemns Muslim apostates to barbaric execution. Instead, aggressive White androphobes of all genders which I can no longer count are decimating the philogynous and egalitarian West.
Equality psychos are tearing down the most egalitarian society that ever existed except for initial communist experiments, before they turned bloody.
American Jews, at the apex of the greatest fortune and philosemitic tolerance their long diaspora has ever bestowed on their kind, are busy supporting all the ideologies and policies that demolish their safe harbor and build up their Muslim, Black and Third World enemies.
Leftoid masochists and the Christian meek call for returning Hawaii to the Hawaiians and capitulating before a massive Mexican reconquista of one-third of America. The rightful Etruscan landowners are not bearing angry placards in front of the Vatican. The Japanese are not planning to relinquish Hokkaido to its original owners, the Ainu. The tall, white and fair-haired Chachapoyas of the Andean forest have, alas, no remnants left to sue the Incas for genocide in a Peruvian court of law.
However, even that great moral abyss of Western civilization — the Holocausts — stands out more in its industrialized and organizational features than it does either in the quality of its hatefulness or its relative or even absolute volumes. In relative numbers, in just one year, , the Hutus and Tutsis in Rwanda, killed off a total of one million, in a population of 7 million.
Is it more humane to go by a stroke of a blunt machete than by a whiff of Zyklon B? The Khmer Rouge murdered at least 2 million Cambodians between and Is it more humane to die by wallops from a Cambodian pickaxe handle than by a bullet from a German Mauser? Inscription on the back in German: There is a special horror attached to the Third Reich, because those were 20 th century Europeans, Christians, and in many ways the smartest, most civilized people on Earth.
But the Holocausts do not prove that Whites are worse than other people, just that they are no better. The history of the Third Reich also proves that with the right formula of economic blowup, misery and humiliation, sparked by charismatic evil, no people are immune to such horror, at no time. Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends his translation of an article and interview with two respectable high-profile Muslim leaders in Oslo, who have strongly negative opinions about Jews and the worldwide Jewish conspiracy.
A new trend seems to have developed in the Islamic community in Norway: It should also be pointed out that this is the same mosque that the Norwegian police apologized so profusely to last year for the fact that we have freedom of speech in Norway. The translated article from Dagsavisen:. Many Norwegians have a negative view on Islam due to Jewish domination of the media. We are visiting Central Jamaat-e Ahl-e Sunnat, the mosque with the largest member base in Norway, to talk to its spiritual leader.
The mosque was founded in and currently has more than 5, members. The Imam begins by explaining that all three heavenly religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, are sacred to them.
Many people are unaware of this fact, says Sarwar. Both of them believe that the school visits confirms their views that Norwegians in general have an inaccurate impression of Islam and Muslims. People are ignorant because they get their information from the media, and the media only write negatively about Islam. The Democratic and unaffiliated candidates for lieutenant governor made Republican Joe Markley a common target Thursday over his social conservatism, including his solitary opposition in the state Members of the council charged with creating a health information exchange for Connecticut seemed stunned Thursday as they realized the state Department of Social Services is continuing to create its The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving has launched a new investment arm that will include collaborative investments in companies, organizations and funds that officials say will expand the Connecticut homebuilding permits eased in August from a year earlier, but the year-to-date pace of single- and multi-family construction was still ahead of last year's, new data shows.
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