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TFG Cricket Ep. 003: South Africa's quota system forces Kyle Abbott to go down the Kolpak route   

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We discuss how the quota system and soft Rand in South Africa has forced Proteas seamer Kyle Abbott to sign a Koplak deal with Hampshire. We also look back on the second Test between South Africa and Sri Lanka and analyse where the visitors went wrong.


          

Part-Time Instructor - Education | Franklin Pierce University - Rindge, NH   

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Rindge, New Hampshire, The School of Education in our College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences is seeking applications from candidates interested in teaching courses on a part-time basis for the Spring 2020 semester, and
          

Man strangles rabid coyote to death after it attacks his son   

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A New Hampshire man killed a coyote with his bare hands Monday after it grabbed his 2-year-old son by his jacket hood and dragged him to the ground.

          

Deval Patrick brings old baggage with him to 2020 presidential campaign   

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Deval Patrick will officially open the home base of his long-shot 2020 presidential campaign in Massachusetts Wednesday staffed by a motley crew of former political aides and supporters as he faces only three weeks before his do-or-die New Hampshire primary. The former Bay State governor is banking on strong performances in New Hampshire and South […]
          

Hero dad took on rabid coyote … and flexed some masculinity   

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A New Hampshire dad who strangled a coyote in order to protect his family is the perfect example of why we should celebrate masculine men.
          

The House Democrat Taking On Silicon Valley   

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“If we don’t fix this, we’re not going to have a democracy anymore,” David Cicilline gravel-voiced into the microphone, as go-go music thumped behind him. Just that morning, Cicilline’s Democratic colleagues in the House had started impeachment hearings for President Donald Trump, and spirits were high at this left-leaning gathering on a November night at the bar Baby Wale in Washington’s Shaw neighborhood. Yet the existential threat to the republic under consideration was not the occupant of the Oval Office but something Cicilline and his allies see as another dire menace: Silicon Valley.

People all over the political map are angry at the American tech industry right now, from Democrats who want to break up the “big four” of Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook to Republicans—including Trump himself—who think the industry and its products are biased against conservatives. Cicilline, however, is in a position to do something about it. He’s the chairman of the House subcommittee on antitrust, which makes him the only Democrat in Washington running an institution charged with countering extreme concentrations of power in the U.S. economy.

This summer, Cicilline—a 58-year-old representative from Rhode Island—announced that, with the backing of his Republican counterparts on the House Judiciary Committee, he was throwing his subcommittee’s resources into an investigation of whether digital markets are illegally anti-competitive. Have the Big Four, worth a collective $4 trillion, bullied suppliers, mishandled data and throttled their rivals, while both political parties in Washington have not just looked the other way but actively celebrated the companies as the very best America has to offer?

Cicilline is an unlikely leader of a bipartisan coalition. He’s a feisty combatant for the left on Fox News and a pugnacious tweeter. That morning, he had written on Twitter that the Republicans at the impeachment hearings were asking questions that were “absolutely bonkers,” adding, “I’m half-expecting to hear them bring up the grassy knoll or jet fuel melting steel beams next.” This month, during the debate over Iran, he wrote that there are “real questions about whether the president knows what he’s doing.” But for his Silicon Valley investigation, he’s drawn unexpected allies to his side, not just Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, the Wisconsin moderate who is his Republican counterpart on the subcommittee, but top Judiciary Republican Doug Collins and Rep. Matt Gaetz, both fervent Trump allies who have harangued Cicilline and his Democratic colleagues over impeachment.

“I’m very encouraged that we might be able to unite the populist right and the populist left,” Gaetz said in the early days of Cicilline’s investigation. He still counts himself a supporter of the effort.

Perhaps one reason for the strange bedfellows is Cicilline’s willingness to take on his fellow Democrats, as well as Republicans, for abdicating their responsibility—in his view—to rein in the Big Four over the past two decades. The party in Shaw was to celebrate the release of Matt Stoller’s book Goliath, which grew out of a widely discussed Atlantic article about how corporate Democrats “killed their populist soul.” Giving speeches alongside Cicilline at the event were Faiz Shakir, Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign manager; and Rohit Chopra, a Democratic Federal Trade Commission commissioner who has strongly criticized his own agency for what he sees as its inadequate approach to Silicon Valley. Cicilline called Stoller, a staunch proponent of more stringent antitrust enforcement, “an inspiration,” and thanked him for telling such an “important story.”

But Cicilline has also drawn allies because his investigation is regarded as scrupulous and serious, something Congress does not always have a reputation for these days.

As the investigation has rolled along, Cicilline’s questions have gotten more precise.

Why, exactly, did Facebook decide to cut off Twitter’s Vine video app’s access to its data caches?

What percentage, exactly, of Google searches point users to sites Google owns?

How, exactly, does Amazon decide which vendors get featured its prime real estate “buy boxes”?

Who, exactly, inside Apple can listen to the things we say to Siri?

And so people are watching closely to see where David Cicilline’s high-tech investigation ends up, which he says he expects to happen sometime in the next few months. Will it do anything to reset how Washington copes with Silicon Valley? Or will it turn out like much of the anger being directed at the Big Four by political leaders: a loud, attention-getting exercise that only underscores how little Washington has done to check the enormously profitable and powerful tech industry?

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Unlike the Federal Trade Commission, Cicilline can’t issue fines. Unlike the Justice Department, he can’t bring criminal charges. He can’t single-handedly pass new laws. He needs the blessing of his committee chairman, New York’s Jerry Nadler, just to issue subpoenas. What he can do, and has done, is to convene high-profile hearings, inscribe evidence extracted from the tech companies into the public record, and turn his office into a safe space for those frightened by the Big Four. But that doesn’t mean that Silicon Valley’s critics haven’t invested a great deal of hope in what David Cicilline does next.

“It’s been decades since Congress has undertaken an investigation into a sector like this. You have to go back and look at the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s,” said Stacy Mitchell, co-director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, an advocacy group fighting against economic concentration that has emerged as one of the most prominent critics of the tech industry in Washington. Mitchell testified before Cicilline’s subcommittee in July.

Anyone who recalls the widespread mockery of the questions posed to Mark Zuckerberg when he testified before a couple Senate committees in 2018 knows that this isn’t even a dirty secret in Washington: Nobody, from lawmakers to regulators to reporters, really and truly understands how companies like Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple, work, day in and day out. So Cicilline says he wants to lift the hood, and then describe in intricate detail to the rest of Washington exactly how the engines of Silicon Valley work.

And that, the thinking goes, could lead to changes in the country’s long-standing antitrust laws or compel competition regulators to act.

Cicilline has held five public hearings so far, but those close to the probe say that he and his staff are also doing crucial behind-the-scenes work with companies that fear testifying in an open hearing room and whose grievances could serve as key evidence in future legal cases against the Big Four.

One top executive from a tech-sector firm would discuss Cicilline’s inquiry only anonymously, writing in an email: “We are greatly encouraged by the Chairman’s work, and the expertise of his staff. To ensure the investigation has the maximum impact, we hope he will provide strong and specific protection against retaliation for companies that have the courage to come forward.” (The Big Four companies all say they don’t engage in such retribution.)

As Cicilline sees it, Washington has been too deferential to tech for too long. He describes himself as seriously underwhelmed, for example, by the FTC’s July settlement with Facebook over data privacy complaints, including the $5 billion fine he and other critics have called largely inconsequential for a company of Facebook’s enormous resources.

Even so, the investigation needn’t be antagonistic, Cicilline insists. He got on the phone with top tech company executives, including Apple’s Tim Cook, back when he started his investigation, he says, just so their firms’ first experience with the subcommittee wouldn’t be at the other end of a subpoena or document request.

Still, he says, the relationship between Washington and Silicon Valley does need to change.

“These big technology companies have sort of been the golden boy or girl of the American economy,” says Cicilline, sitting at the head of a conference table in his second-floor Rayburn House Office Building office in July. An Apple Watch was strapped to his left wrist.

To Cicilline’s left sat Slade Bond, a long-time Judiciary Committee staffer who serves as the subcommittee’s chief counsel. Absent was Lina Khan, a lawyer who wrote a landmark 2017 Yale Law Journal article called “Amazon’s Antitrust Paradox” and is perhaps the closest thing to a rock star in the tech-meets-antitrust world. She often sits behind Cicilline at hearings. Her hiring in March was taken as a sign by many in the antitrust world that Cicilline was serious about wielding his new powers.

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“This smell is not the normal smell of this office,” says Cicilline by way of greeting, at the start of an interview. He’d just sprayed himself for poison ivy. “That’s what happens when you do your own yardwork,” he says. “I don’t recommend it.”

Compactly built, deeply tanned and typically clad in conservative suits paired with a colorful tie, Cicilline has the vibe of the hard-charging lawyer he was before he entered politics. Born in 1961 in Providence, Rhode Island, with a father who was a lawyer who represented East Coast mafioso, Cicilline attended Brown University—where he started up a chapter of College Democrats with John F. Kennedy, Jr., before heading south to D.C. to attend Georgetown University’s law school.

In 2002, he was elected mayor of Providence, the first openly gay mayor of a U.S. state capital. He served until 2010, when, this being New England, his fortunes were shaped by another Kennedy: Patrick, Sen. Ted Kennedy’s youngest, who announced that he was retiring from his Rhode Island seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Cicilline ran and won a close race.

And in the decade since, Cicilline has climbed the Democratic ladder. He now holds a post in the Democratic House leadership, as chairman of his party’s policy and communications committee.

He has a sharp edge, and on cable news or the hearing room dais, he can come across as impatient with ambiguity, disdainful of those who disagree with him—whether it’s a witness before him or a TV host. “Maria, that’s just not true!” he once shouted at Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo to contest a point on tax policy. To an Amazon attorney in July he thundered, “I remind you sir, you’re under oath.”

But again and again, in interviews with colleagues, friends and former staffers, Cicilline is described as charming, funny, caring, generous, warm, trustworthy, thoughtful, the life of the party. Ciciline has “a delightful personality,” said Rep. Annie Kuster, a New Hampshire Democrat. “Most people [in Congress] are either very serious and, frankly, kind of grumpy, or they swing to the gadfly—always cheerful but never really digging in,” Kuster said. “David has struck a balance that I admire and try to emulate, of being friendly but doing serious work.”

When in Washington, Kuster, Cicilline and several other members of Congress stay in an apartment building in Washington’s Navy Yard neighborhood, where Cicilline held a recent debate-watching party, with about five dozen attendees. He is, Kuster said, “reliable on the potluck.”

Cicilline came into office nearly ten years ago with little real background, or interest, in tech or antitrust, as he now admits. He joined the subcommittee when, he says, Nadler told him to try something new. When he started doing the homework on economic concentration, he started to appreciate the stakes of having a handful of big companies dominating Silicon Valley.

As for any more personal experience with the perceived threat posed by the Big Four, Cicilline points to this: His path to the mayor’s office was smoothed, as a 41-year-old member of the statehouse, by the corruption conviction of Mayor Buddy Cianci, whose misdeeds were documented by the Providence Journal.

Like other local newspapers, the Providence Journal has struggled of late, a decline that Cicilline and others attribute, at least in part, to what the “digital duopoly” of Facebook and Google has done to the journalism business, sucking up advertising dollars that, the thinking goes, should go instead to publications like the ProJo.

“This is about access to trustworthy and reliable news and information,” says Cicilline in his office. “If we lose that, I think we put our democracy in real peril.”

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Baked into Cicilline’s criticism of Washington’s failure to, as he sees it, establish any sort of guardrails during Silicon Valley’s historic rise into an economic, political, and social powerhouse is the fact that while much of it was happening, Democrats were in charge.

It’s a critique heard in some segments of the left of late, where some critics argue that the Obama administration was distracted when it came to tech, whether by Silicon Valley’s fundraising prowess, or a genuine belief in the information revolution as a force for enormous good, or the rise of ISIS, or the Great Recession, or the prospect of future job offers out west. White House press secretary Jay Carney joined Amazon after leaving the White House, senior presidential adviser David Plouffe went to Uber, and other administration officials ended up in places like Facebook, Airbnb and Square.

Elizabeth Warren now leads a small but vocal coalition of Democrats who argue that the time has come, right now, to break up companies like Facebook, an argument that hasn’t been heard much in the tech industry since the 1990s-era antitrust investigation of Microsoft. Other Democrats, though rattled by everything from Cambridge Analytica’s role in the 2016 presidential election to online shopping’s apparent effect on Main Street, aren’t ready to go that far. Some even suggest that naming and shaming companies you don’t like before the end of a congressional or agency investigation sounds very much like something Donald Trump would do.

And Trump, to be sure, has done just that, issuing mostly unsubstantiated claims that the Big Four are endemically biased against conservatives in ways that are manifested in their products. Those thoughts are also voiced by some of the Republican caucus’ most vocal members, like Sens. Josh Hawley of Missouri, Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee and Ted Cruz of Texas. But the libertarian wing of the right recoils at the idea of Washington interfering with the free market, or, shudder, rewriting the country’s antitrust laws to target companies that politicians don’t like. And that thinking influences a broad swath of Republicans who are wary of Silicon Valley for its power and cultural influence but blanch at the idea of Congress jumping to the conclusion that this or that private company is irredeemable.

Cicilline—who argues that the break-up talk is getting ahead of things—has largely managed to maintain this fragile coalition, which agrees that Silicon Valley’s power is worrisome but sharply disagrees on what, if anything, to do about it. So far.

“He’s asking important questions to try to get a sense of what the real issues are,” says Justin Brookman, an Obama-era FTC official who is now the director of consumer privacy and technology policy at Consumer Reports. “It’s not as simple as, ‘Let’s break them up all.’ It’s a bit more involved than that.”

Near the start of December, reports started circulating that Warren was drafting legislation to ban so-called mega mergers involving multibillion-dollar companies—and that she was working on it with Cicilline. The news called into question Cicilline’s insistence that he would propose antitrust reform laws, if any, only after he completed his investigation.

Asked about the reported collaboration, Cicilline said he and Warren haven’t had direct talks on any such bill, but left open the possibility that his staff and hers might have had informal discussions.

The rumors of Cicilline’s would-be alliance with Warren didn’t publicly cost him any members of his ad hoc coalition, but the odds are good that the weeks or months until he wraps his investigation will involve not just hearings and document requests but a careful navigation of the political minefield before him.

If Cicilline manages to hold together the coalition he’s assembled while also reaching some politically palatable but powerful conclusions—that, for example, regulators have been left no choice but to crack down on personal-data-based business models, or that Congress has been compelled by events to overhaul the country’s antitrust laws—Cicilline has the chance to leave a lasting mark on Washington.

That’s exactly what his critics are afraid of.

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“You can’t just ignore facts that don’t prove your presupposed conclusions. That’s not how ‘investigations’ work,” says Carl Szabo. “Especially from the Judiciary Committee? We should be better than that.”

On a warm Friday in October, sun streamed in the window of Szabo’s K Street offices, decorated with thick books on telecommunications law, a LEGO R2-D2 and framed mock patent applications of heavy machinery from the “Star Wars” universe. Szabo is the outspoken vice president and top lawyer for Silicon Valley’s most aggressive lobbying presence in Washington: a group called NetChoice, which counts Facebook and Google among its members.

Szabo’s job is to say what the tech companies don’t want to be seen saying themselves, which, in this case, is that Cicilline is unfairly targeting them. That he isn’t after going after bad corporate behavior but simply taking scalps from some of the highest profile companies in the world. That, despite his declarations that he is keeping an open mind, the result of his investigation is a foregone conclusion. Cicilline, the argument goes, is convinced there’s no competition left in the tech industry. Says Szabo, ever heard of TikTok?

Cicilline’s investigation won’t add up to much of anything, Szabo insists, because there’s no there there. The worry, though, is that he adds his powerful voice to the “cacophony of people complaining about technology”—many of whom, Szabo argues, are motivated, somewhat perversely, by the desire to get their name in headlines smack up against mentions of Facebook, Google and the rest. “I think the whole reason we’re even talking about these groups is because of SEO,” or search engine optimization, Szabo said.

And Cicilline has sometimes given ammunition to those who believe that he’s in it for the headlines and that he’s being vindictive when he’s not enjoying it all a bit too much.

During his investigation’s second hearing, in July, he got into a back-and-forth with a witness from Amazon, associate general counsel Nate Sutton, over how the company uses the shopping data it collects to decide its own product offerings. “You do collect enormous data about what products are popular, what’s selling, where they’re selling,” Cicilline said. “You’re saying you don’t use that in any way to promote Amazon products?”

Sutton attempted to testify that offering house brands is a common practice among retailers, and, what’s more, that Amazon uses data only in the aggregate to inform its retail decisions, not insights gleaned from individual sellers. This is when Cicilline demanded a clarification and declared, “I remind you sir, you’re under oath.”

Days later, Cicilline sent a letter to Sutton’s boss at Amazon saying he was “troubled” by the lawyer’s testimony. Nor did Sutton’s fellow witnesses, from the rest of the Big Four, get off easy. Cicilline’s chiding note to Facebook said that company’s witness “claimed he was unfamiliar with basic facts” about the business.

Cicilline returned to the topicin mid-September, when he fired off letters to the companies asking scores of questions about their operations. The letter to Amazon had 158 separate requests for information, including on its contested use of seller data.

While waiting for answers, Cicilline tweeted out a news story detailing Amazon’s tweaking of its search algorithm to benefit its own offerings, adding, “Lying to Congress is a serious crime with serious consequences”—an unusually combative move during an open investigation.

Cicilline can be said to have won the round—eventually. When Amazon responded to Cicilline’s information request, its technical answers were interpreted by some to award the points to the congressman. Read a CNBC story on the matter, “Amazon admits to Congress that it uses ‘aggregated’ data from third-party sellers to come up with its own products.”

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Ciciline has said his investigation is on track to wrap early this year. One possible outcome: The report it produces ends up so hard-hitting that it alienates centrists—including the Republicans rounding out his bipartisan coalition. With Washington so utterly divided, that would make his subcommittee’s work easy to dismiss as yet one more exercise in partisan point-scoring. The news cycle would move on nearly instantaneously, and with it the rest of Congress.

Another possible, even likely, outcome: that his investigation keeps its bipartisanship while avoiding a call for sweeping reforms, and thus also gets ignored in a political landscape that doesn’t register anything other than full-volume declarations of misdoings. The news cycle would move on nearly instantaneously, and with it the rest of Congress.

Or, Cicilline’s subcommittee could write the most exquisite report, laying out a path forward for the future of technology in the United States that strikes a perfect balance of preserving the public good while fostering innovation—and it gets ignored by a Senate that has shown little interest in rethinking antitrust rules and which is at the moment utterly consumed by the fight over whether Donald Trump should be removed from office.

All that makes Cicilline’s chances for fundamentally revamping the country’s antitrust laws or resetting regulators’ approach to Silicon Valley slim. But as Cicilline sees it, it’s too important a battle to stop waging.

For years, says Cicilline, people in Washington like him let Silicon Valley run wild. “I think they’ve been more familiar with letting them go, letting them flourish—just sitting back and watching,” he says. “I think we’ve reached a point now where we have a responsibility to do more than that.”


          

POLITICO Playbook: Why McConnell’s move infuriates Democrats   

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IF WE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT SENATE MAJORITY LEADER MITCH MCCONNELL, it’s that he uses the power afforded to him quite liberally, in a way that makes his opponents red with anger and most of his allies gleeful. We’ve seen it during Supreme Court confirmations, and now we’re seeing it with impeachment.

MCCONNELL has orchestrated the Senate trial of President DONALD TRUMP thusly: The president’s attorneys and the House impeachment managers each have 24 hours to use over the course of two calendar days to present their case, condensing the meat of the trial into what could be as short as four days in total. These rules will likely have the Senate in session all night and into the wee hours of the morning, as it tries TRUMP for high crimes and misdemeanors. Another highlight: Evidence gathered in the House investigation must be admitted by vote -- nothing is automatic. MCCONNELL announced that he had the support of all Republican senators for his rule package weeks ago, essentially ensuring its passage.

THINK OF IT THIS WAY: This could be all over by sometime next week -- ahead of the State of the Union on Feb. 4.

SENATE MINORITY LEADER CHUCK SCHUMER called the resolution McConnell will formally introduce later today a “national disgrace,” and said it’s designed to acquit the president quickly. Burgess Everett and Marianne LeVine on McConnell’s plan for a “speedy trial” The resolution

HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY as the trial gets started:

-- IN THE EARLY AFTERNOON, Democrats and Republicans have their party lunches in the Capitol.

-- AROUND 1 P.M., MCCONNELL will offer his resolution, which will detail the rules for the Senate’s trial. Each side has an hour for debate.

-- AROUND 3 P.M., SCHUMER will move to amend the rule package to allow for witnesses and documents at the front end of the trial. That is also subject to debate for an hour on each side.

WHAT WE DON’T KNOW: How exactly SCHUMER is going to try to amend the rule package. He can force one vote, or multiple votes seeking to amend the package in different ways. Democrats’ priority is to force votes on guaranteeing witnesses and document production as part of the trial. BUT: Democrats’ efforts to amend the package are almost certain to fail.

-- ONCE DEMOCRATS finish trying to amend the rules, there will be a vote on the package and the trial will then begin.

DEMOCRATS’ HIVE MIND: The reason they want to try to force witnesses at the front end of the trial is threefold: If a witness is subpoenaed, it will take days to work out a deal for their testimony, so they might as well do it concurrent with the trial; why start hearing arguments and asking questions when you know there could be more information out there? And when the testimony from House managers and Trump’s defense team starts, there is no guarantee Republicans will allow witnesses.


JOHN BRESNAHAN and BURGESS EVERETT: “Here are the five Senate factions that will decide Trump’s fate”:The Three Amigos, Part Deux: The Republican triumvirate of Sens. Susan Collins (Maine), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) and Mitt Romney (Utah) have been the center of a media frenzy for weeks. … The key issue for this moderate group — and maybe the biggest question for the entire Trump trial — is whether there will be a fourth Republican who joins them. The likelihood of that happening is pretty low at this point, however.

“Republican Institutionalists: If Democrats are to get a fourth GOP vote for witnesses, their best bet is from a group of veteran Republicans who believe in protecting the Senate prerogatives or are retiring and thus have less to fear from a vengeful Trump. This group include Sens. Lamar Alexander (Tenn.), Rob Portman (Ohio), Roy Blunt (Mo.) and Pat Toomey (Pa.).

“Trump Hardliners: [T]here are a number [of senators] — such as Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Kevin Cramer of North Dakota, Ted Cruz of Texas, and Josh Hawley of Missouri, for instance — who have blasted Speaker Nancy Pelosi, House Democrats and the media for a ‘sham impeachment’ that isn’t going to result in Trump’s ouster.

“Democratic Moderates: There's a small group of Senate Democrats who are in play for GOP leaders and the White House. This group includes Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona. Doug Jones of Alabama, the most endangered Senate Democrat this fall, wants to hear from witnesses, but he has also called for Trump to ‘get a fair trial.’

“Trump Is Guilty Already Democrats: Like the Senate Republican Conference, most of the Democratic Caucus has already made up its mind — Trump is guilty, but let’s get more witnesses and documents anyway — even if they don’t say it publicly. So they'll loudly back Schumer’s motions for witnesses, they'll have sharp questions for Trump’s defense team, and they'll complain mightily when the trial is over that Trump was acquitted by a Republican majority that is interested in political survival rather than the truth. And then they will use this case, and everything Trump has done over the last three years, to try to take over the Senate in November.”

NYT’S ANNIE KARNI with POTUS in Davos: “Before the Senate impeachment trial begins in earnest on Tuesday, President Trump was more than 4,000 miles away from Washington, in this glitzy Alpine village, planning to drive a competing narrative — one that has nothing to do with pressure on Ukraine, abuse of power or obstruction of Congress. …

“Mr. Trump, aides said, planned to highlight the first phase of his trade deal with China and another with Mexico and Canada, accomplishments he thinks are being overshadowed by a focus on an impeachment trial he is trying to dismiss as a ‘hoax.’ And the audience was expected to be friendly -- to his face, at least -- having warmed to him over the past two years because they have benefited from his policies.” NYT

JOHN HARRIS COLUMN: “Isn’t That Special: Trump, Impeachment and American Exceptionalism”

NEW … WAPO’S RACHAEL BADE and KAROUN DEMIRJIAN are writing a book about the impeachment process called “Impeached.” The book will be focused on Capitol Hill. William Morrow is the publisher, and Keith Urbahn and Matt Latimer at Javelin sold the book. Here's how they describe it: “Impeached” will be a “deftly reported inside look at the biggest constitutional showdown of our generation—Trump’s impeachment—with behind-the-scenes details about the historic interparty clash on Capitol Hill.”

Good Tuesday morning.

NEW … UNITE THE COUNTRY, a super PAC aimed at boosting JOE BIDEN, is running a new ad in Iowa called “The Storm.” The spot shows stormy seas and on the screen flashes “Battling the Storm … Joe Biden. A President to Right the Ship. … The Democrat Who Can Lead Through the Storm,” all while Biden is talking about his experience working in government. The 30-second spot


SIX TICKETS OUT OF IOWA (or more), via Natasha Korecki: “The Iowa caucuses have ended a long line of weak White House bids, traditionally culling the presidential primary field to just two or three viable candidates. But this year’s unique dynamics have a very real scenario shaping up that could mean at least a half dozen — or maybe more — candidates move to New Hampshire and beyond …

“‘If you look historically, only three candidates have come out of Iowa earning delegates in the modern era; there’s never been more than three who have broken the 15 percent threshold,’ said Jeff Berman, a delegate guru now with the [Tom] Steyer team who was a key figure in Barack Obama’s successful 2008 campaign. In 2020, Berman said, ‘There may be more tickets out of Iowa than ever before.’ …

“The probability that Iowa fails to produce a breakout frontrunner and instead sends through more than a half-dozen candidates is the latest turn in a tumultuous primary that began with a historically large and diverse field. It's indicative of a contest that’s long from settled; with just two weeks until the Feb. 3 caucuses, there's still a looming question over what, exactly, the Iowa results will mean. Aides with [Amy] Klobuchar, Steyer and [Andrew] Yang indicated that there's almost no scenario that would cause their candidate to drop out before New Hampshire.” POLITICO

BERNIE’S GOODBYE, via Des Moines Register’s Nick Coltrain: “U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders made a plea Monday to his supporters in Des Moines: It’ll be up to them to carry his Iowa campaign across the finish line.

“The Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump means he won’t be spending as much time in Iowa as he would have liked, he said at a Des Moines rally. But, he joked, it just means his campaign slogan -- ‘Not me. Us.’ -- will need to be a little more literal in the homestretch of the first-in-the-nation nominating caucus.

“‘Ironically, the “us, not me,” is becoming very much a reality in the last two weeks of this campaign, because I'm not going to be able to be here as much as I would like,’ Sanders told a crowd of more than 750 at the State Historical Museum of Iowa. ‘So you guys are going to have to carry the ball.’” DMR

A PRIVATE PLANE went from Columbia, S.C., to Des Moines to DCA on Monday. On Saturday, it went from Burlington, Vt., to New Hampshire, and on Sunday it went on to Columbia. The jet

MEANWHILE … MIAMI HERALD: “Michael Bloomberg campaign scores prominent Miami politico as Florida primary nears,” by Joey Flechas: “Two-term Miami Mayor Manny Diaz, whose time in City Hall mirrors Bloomberg’s mayoral tenure in New York, is joining the campaign as a policy advisor and surrogate weeks before the first votes are cast in the 2020 presidential primary season. Diaz will serve as the campaign’s national political co-chair, along with former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter. Diaz will also co-chair Bloomberg’s Florida campaign.”


TRUMP’S TUESDAY -- THE PRESIDENT was slated to give an address in Davos in the 5 a.m. hour Eastern time. At 6:15 a.m., he is slated to speak with Klaus Schwab, who runs the World Economic Forum. At 6:35 a.m., the president is scheduled to participate in a reception with the International Business Council. At 8:30 a.m., he is scheduled to meet with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. At 10:15 a.m., he will speak with Swiss President Simonetta Sommaruga. At 11:20 a.m., he will meet with Pakistani PM Imran Khan. At 12:30 p.m., he will have dinner with CEOs before heading back to his hotel.

THE PRESIDENT’S OTHER DAVOS BILATS: Iraqi President Barham Salih; Nechirvan Barzani, president of the Kurdistan Regional Government. Follow along with Davos Playbook





BOSTON GLOBE: “Northeastern University student from Iran faces possible deportation,” by Jeremy Fox and Max Jungreis: “An Iranian student planning to enter Northeastern University for the spring semester was detained at Logan International Airport by immigration officials and a hearing will be held Tuesday in federal court to determine his status, according to lawyers and the university.

“Attorneys for Mohammad Shahab Dehghani Hossein, 24, filed an emergency petition Monday night to block his deportation and allow him attend the university. They are set to go before a judge at 10 a.m. at US District Court in Boston.” Boston Globe

FOR THOSE KEEPING TABS -- “Lev Parnas Asks Barr to Recuse Himself From Criminal Case,” by NYT’s Benjamin Weiser and Ben Protess: “Lawyers for Lev Parnas, the Soviet-born businessman who was involved in the campaign to pressure Ukraine to investigate political rivals of President Trump, asked on Monday that Attorney General William P. Barr disqualify himself from overseeing his criminal case because he has too many conflicts of interest.

“Mr. Parnas, who was charged in October in Manhattan with violating federal campaign finance laws, requested that a special prosecutor instead be appointed to handle his case.

“‘It is in the public interest to remove this matter entirely from the Department of Justice,’ Mr. Parnas’s lawyers wrote to Mr. Barr. The lawyers, Joseph A. Bondy and Stephanie R. Schuman, argued that federal prosecutors working for Mr. Barr should not be involved in his case because Mr. Barr had participated in some of the same activity for which Mr. Parnas was being investigated.” NYT


PLAN B … WAPO’S ROBERT COSTA and RACHAEL BADE: “Trump’s lawyers, Senate GOP allies work privately to ensure Bolton does not testify publicly”: “President Trump’s legal defense team and Senate GOP allies are quietly gaming out contingency plans should Democrats win enough votes to force witnesses to testify in the impeachment trial, including an effort to keep former national security adviser John Bolton from the spotlight, according to multiple officials familiar with the discussions. …

“One option being discussed … would be to move Bolton’s testimony to a classified setting because of national security concerns, ensuring that it is not public.” WaPo

QUOTABLE … CNN: “Dershowitz on impeachment reversal: ‘I am much more correct right now’”


WSJ’S GREG IP in Davos: “Mnuchin Warns U.K., Italy Over Digital-Tax Plans”: “Italy and Britain will face U.S. tariffs if they proceed with a tax on digital companies such as Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc., U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin warned.

“Mr. Mnuchin issued the warning after France agreed to delay the imposition of its own digital tax in the face of threats of steep U.S. tariffs on French exports. Mr. Mnuchin said French President Emmanuel Macron agreed to hold off on the tax through the end of the year while the two countries work out a permanent resolution.

“The truce is ‘the beginning of a solution,’ Mr. Mnuchin said an interview with The Wall Street Journal at a Journal-sponsored event on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos.” WSJ

FOR YOUR RADAR … REUTERS/BEIJING: “With millions of Asians traveling on Tuesday for the Lunar New Year holiday, authorities in China confirmed that a new virus could be spread through human contact, reporting 15 medical staff had been infected and a fourth person had died. The chilling update on the coronavirus outbreak that began in the central city of Wuhan sent shivers through financial markets, as the World Health Organization called a meeting for Wednesday to consider declaring an international health emergency.”

REMEMBER HIM? … TEXAS TRIBUNE: “Big bucks — and a big donor — fuel Allen West’s bid for Texas GOP chair,” by Patrick Svitek: “For months, the race for Texas GOP chair has been in full swing, with incumbent James Dickey and his high-profile challenger, Allen West, appearing at a slew of at times feisty forums.

“But it was not until last week that the two had to disclose their campaign finances for the first time — and West’s report brought something of a bombshell: Not only did the former Florida congressman raise nearly half a million dollars — a large amount for such an election — but $250,000 of it came from a single person. That person: Richard Uihlein, the conservative megadonor and shipping supplies magnate from Illinois.”

BOOK CLUB -- Rev. Al Sharpton’s “RISE UP: Confronting a Country at the Crossroads,” will be published by Hanover Square Press on Sept. 15, covering “the highlights of the Obama administration, the 2016 election, and Trump’s subsequent hold on the GOP.”



Send tips to Eli Okun and Garrett Ross at politicoplaybook@politico.com.

SPOTTED: Chuck Schumer on an Acela train arriving to D.C. late Monday night.

TRANSITION -- Tim Urban is now a senior principal at Bracewell’s Policy Resolution Group. He previously was a principal at EY.

ENGAGED -- Blake Waggoner, a PR strategist and Targeted Victory and John Kasich alum, and Erin Bottger, state government affairs manager at Verizon, got engaged Saturday. They met 10 years ago while working at the Nebraska GOP and reconnected when Waggoner moved back from D.C. Pic

BIRTHWEEK (was Monday): CBS’ Peter Greenberg

BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY: Becca Glover, director at the Brunswick Group. A fun fact about her: “I have a nearly encyclopedic knowledge of the first 12 seasons of ‘The Simpsons.’ My favorite vignette for Halloween (Treehouse of Horrors) episodes is ‘The Attack of the 50 Foot Eyesores.’” Playbook Q&A

BIRTHDAYS: Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) is 59 … Eric Holder is 69 ... Gary Locke, former Commerce secretary and U.S. ambassador to China, is 7-0 … Will Holley, partner at Firehouse Strategies ... Sam Feist, CNN Washington bureau chief and SVP … Matt Hoye, CNN WH supervising producer … Getty photographer Win McNamee (h/ts Kevin Bohn) … Tyler Cowen, GMU economist and Marginal Revolution blogger, is 58 ... Matt Cooper ... John Shinkle ... L.A. Times’ Jen Haberkorn ... Will Bunch is 61 ... Nahiomy Alvarez ... Lynn Schusterman is 81 ... Jim Davidson ... Joe Donoghue ... Bob Sensenbrenner … Chris Donovan, executive editorial producer at ABC News, is 45 ... Josh Isay, CEO at SKDKnickerbocker ... former Rep. Matt Salmon (R-Ariz.) is 62 ... Edelman’s Sean Neary and Lyla Shaibi … Annie Swenson ... POLITICO Europe’s Helen Collis … Michael Comer, digital director for House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) …

… Jonathan Grella, president and CEO of JAG Public Affairs … James Waters is 41 ... Michael Anderson … Bailey Roman, Iowa trip director for Pete Buttigieg’s campaign (h/t Casey Clemmons) … Christopher Spillane ... Michael Vanzetta … Jack Weiss ... Brian Kupfer is 45 ... Roberto Coquis … Alex Plitsas is 35 ... Morgan Currier ... Matt Friedman, communications and outreach manager for the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission ... Elizabeth Wickett ... Cindi Leive … Jordan Grossman ... Collin Hansen ... Forrest Brown … Tommy McKone ... Ron Bell … Tony Reinke ... Kyle O’Connor ... Caite Irvine … Margaret Olmos ... Josh Warren ... Michael Lemov ... Katie Loovis ... Rich Juliano ... Len Colodny is 82 ... Cynthia Faulkner ... Amy Allman … Steve Rosenthal is 67 … Campbell Spencer (h/ts Teresa Vilmain and Shari Yost Gold) ... Jeff Simmons … Marisa Renee Lee ... Oliver Griswold



          

'There may be more tickets out of Iowa than ever before'   

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The Iowa caucuses have ended a long line of weak White House bids, traditionally culling the presidential primary field to just two or three viable candidates.

But this year’s unique dynamics have a very real scenario shaping up that could mean at least a half dozen — or maybe more — candidates move to New Hampshire and beyond.

Poll after poll shows a cluster of four hopefuls at the top — Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg — with the possibility of delivering no clear winner among them.

Beyond that, Amy Klobuchar is demonstrating late polling strength, validated by Sunday’s high-profile endorsement from the New York Times. Then there’s Andrew Yang, who has money and the motive to keep campaigning at least through New Hampshire, the state where he figures to be strongest.

Finally, there’s virtually no Iowa outcome that would cause billionaire Tom Steyer to pull the plug, according to his team. Already armed with resources, Steyer is showing strength in Nevada and South Carolina.

“If you look historically, only three candidates have come out of Iowa earning delegates in the modern era; there’s never been more than three who have broken the 15 percent threshold,” said Jeff Berman, a delegate guru now with the Steyer team who was a key figure in Barack Obama’s successful 2008 campaign.

In 2020, Berman said, “There may be more tickets out of Iowa than ever before.”

The probability that Iowa fails to produce a breakout frontrunner and instead sends through more than a half-dozen candidates is the latest turn in a tumultuous primary that began with a historically large and diverse field. It's indicative of a contest that's long from settled; with just two weeks until the Feb. 3 caucuses, there's still a looming question over what, exactly, the Iowa results will mean.



Aides with Klobuchar, Steyer and Yang indicated that there's almost no scenario that would cause their candidate to drop out before New Hampshire. With a low delegate count, especially compared to Super Tuesday states, Iowa’s influence is its ability to propel a candidate’s national narrative — either beating expectations or notching a first win — and building subsequent momentum.

And a new rule change to the caucuses that for the first time will provide raw vote totals, in addition to final delegate counts, will arm campaign aides with new data to spin.

Steyer’s campaign is already saying a raw vote count may be more reflective of a candidate’s strength in the state than the final result, which hands out delegates only to those who achieve 15 percent support or higher. In the past, that meant if a candidate didn't reach 15 percent in Iowa, they were awarded nothing and their supporters aligned behind a different candidate.

“Now we will be able to accurately see caucus results below the 15 percent threshold, which can show public support,” Berman said. “It’s right that we’ll be moving forward out of Iowa in any event and we look to keep building strength.”

A senior adviser with Buttigieg’s campaign said Iowa will still have a culling effect. The person predicted the public will view candidates with the highest delegate counts as having credible campaigns, helping separate frontrunners from the pack.

“I think Iowa will still have a pretty significant effect in defining a top tier,” the Buttigieg adviser said. “Some people have endless resources and they’ll use that the way they want to. But for most candidates that aren’t viewed as viable or in a top tier coming out of Iowa, it’s going to be very hard to stay in the race.”


A senior adviser with Biden's campaign called the reporting of raw votes in the 2020 caucuses "uncharted waters" and said it was possible one candidate could claim victory using one metric and another candidate could claim victory using a different metric.

Both the Iowa Democratic Party and Democratic National Committee stress that despite the changes in how numbers are reported, it’s the final delegate count that matters in determining who wins the nomination.

Despite the cavalry of candidates coming out Iowa, the state may have already served its purpose, said veteran Democratic strategist Jeff Link. That's because the Democratic field has shrunk considerably since more than two dozen candidates announced their candidacies in 2019.

“I think if we go from 24 to six or 7," Link said, "then Iowa has done its job."

Many candidates who have since dropped out have blamed rules imposed by the Democratic National Committee for preventing them from reaching what they called unattainable small dollar fundraising goals. But Link argued he’s seen a correlation between those who gain ground in the first caucus state and those who don’t.

“It’s a chicken and an egg question. Those who didn’t make the debate stage were probably struggling to gain traction in Iowa,” he said, pointing to Kamala Harris as an example. “She was as on the debate stage, raising lots of money and then she just didn’t click on a clear message.”

Link also held up Cory Booker and Steve Bullock as examples. “Was it the debate criteria or was it that they just didn’t get something going in Iowa? They just feed into each other.”


          

What Iowa And New Hampshire Might Mean For The Democratic Field   

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Today is the first day of the impeachment trial, some of which I watched earlier. However, nothing of any real note will happen today as the whole debate currently is over the rules the Senate will agree to for the trial itself -- and Mitch McConnell seems to have the GOP votes locked down to push through his own version of the rules. Notably, these will not be as stringent as he initially proposed, but that victory apparently came from pushback from within his own party, not from Democrats. In any case, we'll have plenty of time in the coming days to discuss the trial, so today instead I decided to take a look at what Iowa and New Hampshire will mean for the leading Democratic presidential candidates instead.


          

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Wisconsin se apresta a legalizar tomar selfies con votos   

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MADISON, Wisconsin, EE.UU. (AP) — Los votantes de Wisconsin podrán legalmente tomarse selfies con su papeleta marcada de conformidad con una medida que el Senado estatal aprobó el martes.

Wisconsin es uno de 18 estados que tienen leyes que prohíben mostrar una papeleta marcada, pero rara vez se aplica. El Senado aprobó el proyecto de ley en una votación oral. Ahora, la propuesta pasará a manos de la Asamblea estatal.

Los simpatizantes de la medida señalaron que la prohibición a mostrar el voto es arcaica, sobre todo en una época en la que los votantes publican fotografías de ellos mismos con sus papeletas marcadas en distintas redes sociales como Instagram y Facebook. Pero los secretarios electorales del condado advirtieron el año pasado que una modificación a la ley podría anular la confidencialidad del voto.

La Asociación de Secretarios Condales de Wisconsin se opuso a la medida. Los secretarios advirtieron a los legisladores que hacer que mostrar una papeleta marcada sea algo habitual podría conducir a los empleadores, sindicatos u otros individuos a obligar a la gente a que prueben que votaron por cierto candidato para recibir un beneficio o evitar ser castigados. También mostraron su preocupación en torno a cómo la gente que tome fotografías de manera legal en un centro de votación podría infringir los derechos de confidencialidad de otros votantes.

Los fallos de la corte sobre las selfies con papeletas han sido variados en el país luego de que surgieron varios casos de las elecciones presidenciales de 2016. Los tribunales en Nueva Hampshire e Indiana determinaron que las leyes en esos estados que prohibían las fotografías con votos eran inconstitucionales. La Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos rechazó tomar el caso de Nueva Hampshire luego de que se halló que la ley estatal era inconstitucional.

Sin embargo, en Michigan y Nueva York las leyes estatales que prohíben selfies con las papeletas se mantuvieron en vigor.


          

Sanders lidera las encuestas en New Hampsire (EEUU) con Biden a la zaga   

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Washington, 21 ene (EFE).- El senador estadounidense Bernie Sanders lidera la intención de voto para las primarias demócratas en el estado de New Hampshire, el segundo en acudir a las urnas, con un 19,8 % y una ventaja de 1,3 puntos sobre el exvicepresidente Joe Biden (18,5 %), según la media de sondeos que elabora la página especializada Real Clear Politics.

En tercer puesto en esta carrera por ganar el 11 de febrero las primarias demócratas en este estado del noreste del país, vecino a Vermont, el estado de Sanders, se encuentran empatados con un 14,3 % de la intención de votos el alcalde de South Bend (Indiana), Pete Buttigieg, y Elizabeth Warren, senadora por el también vecino estado de Massachusetts.

Por detrás de estos se colocan la también senadora Amy Klobuchar (5,8 %),la congresistas Tulsi Gabbard (4,5 %), el empresario Andrew Yang (4,3 %) y el millonario Tom Steyer (3,3 %).

Estas encuestas muestran resultados algo diferentes a los que reflejan los sondeos respecto a las primarias en Iowa, que se celebrarán el 3 de febrero, publicadas este mes, en las que Biden, que fue vicepresidente de la Administración de Barack Obama (2009-2017), lidera con un 21 % de la intención de voto, 3,7 puntos por encima de Sanders, (17,3 %), a quien le siguen Warren (16,7 %) y Buttigieg (16,3 %).

Estos resultados contrastan con los sondeos nacionales, en los que, con altibajos, Biden ha mantenido su hegemonía desde el inicio del proceso electoral.

La media de Real Clear Politics para las últimas encuestas sobre las primarias demócratas a nivel nacional le otorga el liderazgo al exvicepresidente, pues aglutina un 28,4 % de la intención de voto; seguido por Sanders (20,4 %) y Warren (14,8 %).

Muy lejos quedan ya Buttigieg, con un 7,2 % de la intención de voto, el empresario Michael Bloomberg (7 %) -que no se presenta a los comicios de Iowa y New Hampsire-, Yang (3,8 %), Klobuchar (3 %) y Steyer (2,4%).

Con los 'caucus' (asambleas partidistas) de Iowa, que tendrán lugar el 3 de febrero, y las primarias de Nueva Hampshire, nueve días después, comienza el largo proceso electoral de las presidenciales de Estados Unidos, que se celebrarán el 3 de noviembre.

Aunque en el bando demócrata todo está por decidirse, en el republicano el candidato claro es el actual presidente, Donald Trump, que aspira a estar otros cuatro años en la Casa Blanca. EFE


          

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You will engage customers in conversations and share ways Wells Fargo can help to meet their financial needs. Your responsibilities include: - Engaging customers in conversations, listening to them, and proactively helping to meet their financial needs - Asking questions to get to know the customer to build relationships - Introducing customers to another branch team member or sharing digital options that may make banking easier for them. - Working as a part of a team to help customers succeed financially - Following policies and procedures to minimize risk - Accurately and efficiently processing transactions - Maintaining a cash drawer including taking in and giving out cash and balancing Please note: Based on the volume of applications received, this job posting may be removed prior to the indicated close date. If you do not apply prior to the closing of this posting, we encourage you to apply for other opportunities with Wells Fargo. * Position requires full-time training for 3 weeks. Training schedule is as follows: Monday - Friday - 8:30am - 5:00pm Required Qualifications 1+ year of experience interacting with people, demonstrated through work, military, or education Desired Qualifications Customer service focus with experience handling complex transactions across multiple systems Ability to influence, educate, and connect customers to technology Ability to interact with integrity and professionalism with customers and team members Ability to meet or exceed performance objectives Experience working with others on a team to meet customer needs Cash handling experience Ability to follow policies, procedures, and regulations Ability to identify potential fraud/risky accounts and take appropriate action to prevent loss Well-organized, independent and able to prioritize in a fast paced environment Ability to exercise judgment, raise questions to management, and adhere to policy guidelines Customer service focus with experience actively listening, eliciting information, comprehending customer issues/needs, and recommending solutions Relevant military experience including working with military protocol and instructions, enlisted evaluations, officer/leadership reporting Relevant military experience including working in personnel benefits management, processing military personnel orders or transitions, wartime readiness operations, human resources or military recruiting Other Desired Qualifications - Multilingual speakers are encouraged to apply Job Expectations Ability to stand for extended periods of time Ability to work weekends and holidays as needed or scheduled Street Address CA-Yorba Linda: 20375 Yorba Linda Blvd - Yorba Linda, CA Disclaimer All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act. Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women. Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.
          

Teller (28 hours weekly) Ches Main   

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Teller (28 hours weekly) Ches Main Description at Wells FargoSkip to Main Content About Us About Us Overview Who We Are: Overview Vision, Values, and Goals Overview Corporate Social Responsibility Diversity Overview Accessibility Overview Awards Blogs and Social Media Career Areas Career Areas Overview Community Banking Enterprise Functions Consumer Lending Group Wealth & Investment Management Information Technology Wholesale Banking Military Veterans Overview University Programs Working Here Working Here Overview Benefits Hiring Process Job Seeker Resource Center TMN (Team Member Networks) Hiring Events International Follow us Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Facebook MuseSign in or create your account > Now Hiring Tellers Job Type: Full Time A teller provides exceptional customer service, working with Wells Fargo's most important asset: our customers. Tellers are also responsible for helping resolve customer concerns in a timely fashion, following proper procedures to minimize errors and reduce fraud, while building a great rapport with people. Plus, being strong team players who take pride in performing well and enjoy helping others. Medical, Dental, and Vision Employer Matching 401(k) Tuition Reimbursement Maternity and Paternity Leave Successful Traits of a Teller Communicator Detail-oriented Good listener Relationship expertise Team player Enthusiastic Apply TodayFind Your Fit Search our jobs Keyword Country/RegionSelectBangladeshCanadaChinaDominican RepublicFranceGermanyHong Kong SARIndiaIrelandPhilippinesSingaporeSouth KoreaTaiwanUnited KingdomUnited States State/ProvinceSelectAlabamaAlaskaAlbertaArizonaArkansasBavariaBeijing MunicipalityCaliforniaCentral and Western DistrictColoradoConnecticutDelawareDhaka DivisionDistrict of ColumbiaEnglandFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahole-de-France RegionIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKarnatakaKentuckyLeinsterMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMimaropaMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNacionalNational Capital RegionNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaNorth Rhine-WestphaliaOhioOklahomaOntarioOregonPennsylvaniaQuebecSeoulShanghai MunicipalitySingaporeSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTaiwanTamil NaduTelanganaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyoming CitySelectAberdeenAddisonAgoura HillsAikenAlamedaAlamoAlbanyAlbuquerqueAlexandriaAllentownAllentownAlpharettaAltamonte SpringsAlvaradoAlvinAmarilloAmerican ForkAmericusAnaheimAnchorageAndoverAnkenyAnnandaleAnnapolisAnokaAntiochApopkaAppletonAppomattoxArcadiaArdmoreArlingtonArlingtonArlingtonArvadaAshburnAtlantaAuburnAugustaAuroraAuroraAustinBakersfieldBaltimoreBarabooBaytownBearBeavertonBee CaveBeijingBellevueBelmontBelvedereBengaluruBerkeleyBethesdaBettendorfBeverly HillsBillingsBirminghamBirminghamBlaineBloomingtonBloomingtonBoca RatonBoiseBonita SpringsBostonBothellBoulderBourbonnaisBozemanBradentonBrentwoodBrentwoodBrentwoodBrentwoodBrentwoodBrentwoodBrevardBrickBrightonBristolBrooklyn CenterBrooklyn ParkBrookshireBroomfieldBuckeyeBuffaloBurbankBurienBurlesonBurlingameBurlingtonBurlingtonBurnsvilleBurtonsvilleCamarilloCambridgeCampbellCampbellCanoga ParkCantonCape CoralCarmel-by-the-SeaCasa GrandeCasperCedar CityCedar RapidsCenter ValleyCenter ValleyChallisChandlerChanhassenCharlestonCharlotteCharlottesvilleChaskaChennaiChesapeakeChesapeakeChesterfieldCheyenneChicagoChillicotheChina GroveCincinnatiCity of LondonClackamasClaytonClearlakeClearwaterCleburneClevelandCliveCodyColonial HeightsColorado SpringsColumbiaColumbiaColumbusColumbusCommerce CityComptonConcordConcordCoon RapidsCoral GablesCoral SpringsCorinthCoronaCottage GroveCraigCranberry TownshipCrestviewCrystalCrystal LakeCulver CityDade CityDallasDanburyDaphneDavenportDaytona BeachDe WittDecaturDeerfieldDel MarDenverDes MoinesDestinDetroit LakesDevonDhakaDiamond BarDillinghamDodgevilleDouglasDoverDowneyDublinDublinDullesDuluthDuluthDurangoDurhamDusseldorfDyerEaganEau ClaireEden PrairieEdgewaterEdgewaterEdmondEl MonteEl PasoEl SegundoElbaEllensburgElmhurstEmeryvilleEncinitasEncinoEnglewoodErieEscanabaEscondidoEugeneEvansEvanstonEverettExcelsiorFairfaxFalls ChurchFargoFarmingtonFarmington HillsFayettevilleFishkillFlagstaffFlandersFlorham ParkFlowoodFoleyFort CollinsFort DixFort DodgeFort LauderdaleFort MillFort MorganFort MyersFort Walton BeachFort WayneFort WorthFoster CityFountain ValleyFrankfurtFrederickFredericksburgFredericksburgFremontFremontFremontFremontFresnoFriscoFrontenacFt. 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Tellers are also responsible for helping resolve customer concerns in a timely fashion, following proper procedures to minimize errors and reduce fraud all the while building great rapport with people, and being strong team players who take pride in performing well and enjoy helping others. Back to Job Navigation (Overview) Success Profile Check out the top traits we're looking for and see if you have the right mix. Additional related traits listed below. Communicator Detail-oriented Good listener Relationship expertise Team player Enthusiastic Back to Job Navigation (Success) Benefits Wells Fargo wants to help you get more out of life and take care of things outside the office to make life a little easier. We provide: Medical, Dental and Vision Employer Matching 401(k) Tuition Reimbursment Maternity and Paternity Leave Paid Time Off Back to Job Navigation (Rewards) Quote We want to satisfy our customers' financial needs and help them succeed financially.- The Vision, Values, and Goals of Wells Fargo How we help our customers succeed, help our communities thrive, and live our vision and values Back to Job Navigation (Trending) Responsibilities Job Description Important Note: If you are selected to move forward in the process, next steps for this job may include an on-line assessment and a video screen. Please make sure your profile includes a current email address that you check regularly (including your spam folder) as the invitations for these activities will be emailed to you. For internal candidates, you must apply via the Jobs site on Teamworks or Teamworks at Home and please ensure your profile lists a personal (external) email address as your primary email address so you can receive communications and complete these potential activities. Please refer to the Team Member Handbook for more information on the Internal Job Opportunities Process. To participate in some selection activities you will need to respond to an invitation. The invitation can be sent by both email and text message. In order to receive text message invitations, your profile must include a mobile phone number designated as Personal Cell or Cellular in the contact information of your application. At Wells Fargo, we want to satisfy our customers' financial needs and help them succeed financially. We're looking for talented people who will put our customers at the center of everything we do. Join our diverse and inclusive team where you'll feel valued and inspired to contribute your unique skills and experience. Help us build a better Wells Fargo. It all begins with outstanding talent. It all begins with you. Consumer Banking is an industry leader in supporting homeowners and consumers in addition to operating one of the most extensive banking franchises in the country. We serve mass market, affluent, and small business customers; as well as provide home and personal lending. Our focus is on delivering an exceptional experience for our customers through financial advice and guidance coupled with providing the products and services that will help them realize their financial hopes and dreams. We've built our team of top professionals by rewarding their accomplishments and ensuring they have what's needed to succeed. As a teller at Wells Fargo you will spend your time interacting with customers focused on providing exceptional customer service and building relationships. You will engage customers in conversations and share ways Wells Fargo can help to meet their financial needs. Your responsibilities include: - Engaging customers in conversations, listening to them, and proactively helping to meet their financial needs - Asking questions to get to know the customer to build relationships - Introducing customers to another branch team member or sharing digital options that may make banking easier for them. - Working as a part of a team to help customers succeed financially - Following policies and procedures to minimize risk - Accurately and efficiently processing transactions - Maintaining a cash drawer including taking in and giving out cash and balancing Please note: Based on the volume of applications received, this job posting may be removed prior to the indicated close date. If you do not apply prior to the closing of this posting, we encourage you to apply for other opportunities with Wells Fargo. This position requires full time training for 3 weeks. Required Qualifications 1+ year of experience interacting with people, demonstrated through work, military, or education Desired Qualifications Customer service focus with experience handling complex transactions across multiple systems Ability to influence, educate, and connect customers to technology Ability to interact with integrity and professionalism with customers and team members Ability to meet or exceed performance objectives Experience working with others on a team to meet customer needs Cash handling experience Ability to follow policies, procedures, and regulations Ability to identify potential fraud/risky accounts and take appropriate action to prevent loss Well-organized, independent and able to prioritize in a fast paced environment Ability to exercise judgment, raise questions to management, and adhere to policy guidelines Customer service focus with experience actively listening, eliciting information, comprehending customer issues/needs, and recommending solutions Relevant military experience including working with military protocol and instructions, enlisted evaluations, officer/leadership reporting Relevant military experience including working in personnel benefits management, processing military personnel orders or transitions, wartime readiness operations, human resources or military recruiting Other Desired Qualifications - Multilingual speakers are encouraged to apply Job Expectations Ability to stand for extended periods of time Ability to work weekends and holidays as needed or scheduled Street Address VA-Chesapeake: 672 Battlefield Blvd N - Chesapeake, VA Disclaimer All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act. Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women. Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.
          

CDL-A Truck Driver - Dedicated - Home Weekly, No Touch!   

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CDL-A REGIONAL DRY VAN TRUCK DRIVER JOBS

CDL-A Regional Dry Van Truck Driver Jobs Thrive With The Power Of Red!

Southeast Regional Dry Van Fleet:

$1,050+ a week

Pay Accelerators earn up to 5 cents MORE per mile for your experience.

Weekly home time

Deliver no-touch freight

Drive in five southeastern states

Brand-new, modern equipment

Pick up & deliver to many of the same customers

Support from our Atlanta Area Terminal

Midwest Regional Dry Van Fleet:

$1,150+ a week

Pay Accelerators earn up to 8 cents MORE per mile for your experience.

Weekly home time

Deliver no-touch freight

Drive in the Midwest

Brand-new, modern equipment

Pick up & deliver to many of the same customers

Plenty of operational and maintenance support (Wisconsin and Chicago area terminals)

Northeast Regional Dry Van Fleet:

$1,200+ a week

Pay Accelerators earn up to 8 cents MORE per mile for your experience.

Plus, earn Gold Zone Pay an additional 4 cents more per mile in certain Northeast areas!

Weekly home time

Deliver no-touch freight

Pick up & deliver to many of the same customers

Brand-new, modern equipment

Operate in 14 states: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, & Ohio

Texas Regional Dry Van Fleet:

Drive the Lone Star State and get home on the weekends!

$1,000+ a week

Pay Accelerators earn up to 5 cents MORE per mile for your experience.

Weekly home time

Deliver no-touch freight

Pick up & deliver to many of the same customers

Brand-new, modern equipment

Operates mostly in Texas and into a portion of Louisiana

Support from our Dallas Area Terminal

CDL-A Regional Dry Van Truck Driver Jobs Offer:

Pay Accelerators earn MORE per mile for your experience.

Brand-new, modern equipment

Comprehensive benefits package

Health, dental, vision, & life insurance

Your Choice Pay Plan

Paid vacation

Referral bonuses

Retire in style with a 401k plan & profit sharing

Bring a friend! - passenger (rider) policy

Pet friendly

Our smartphone app helps you do your job more efficiently

24/7 maintenance support

Career path opportunities

Are You Ready To Experience The Power Of Red? Apply For CDL-A Regional Dry Van Truck Driver Jobs Today!
          

Wat is het tegenovergestelde van Trump?   

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Het vriest flink in Lebanon, New Hampshire als de Salt Hill pub langzaam volstroomt met mensen die nieuwsgierig zijn naar Democratisch presidentskandidaat Andrew Yang.
          

Field Care Manager I (RN)   

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Description: Position Purpose: Perform care management duties to assess, plan and coordinate all aspects of medical and supporting services across the continuum of care for select members to promote quality, cost effective care Develop, assess and adjust, as necessary, the care plan and promote desired outcome Assess the member's current health status, resource utilization, past and present treatment plan and services, prognosis, short and long term goals, treatment and provider options Coordinate services between Primary Care Physician (PCP), specialists, medical providers, and non-medical staff as necessary to meet the complete medical socio economic needs of clients Develop plan of care based upon assessment with specific objectives, goals and interventions designed to meet member's needs Provide patient and provider education Facilitate member access to community based services Monitor referrals made to community based organizations, medical care and other services to support the members' overall care management plan Actively participate in integrated team care management rounds Identify related risk management quality concerns and report these scenarios to the appropriate resources Enter and maintain assessments, authorizations, and pertinent clinical information into various medical management systems For LTSS - 30% travel to perform home visits to members For New Hampshire, Massachusetts, & Michigan Complete Health - home visits required
          

Lead Teller - Summit   

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Lead Teller - Summit Description at Wells FargoSkip to Main Content About Us About Us Overview Who We Are: Overview Vision, Values, and Goals Overview Corporate Social Responsibility Diversity Overview Accessibility Overview Awards Blogs and Social Media Career Areas Career Areas Overview Community Banking Enterprise Functions Consumer Lending Group Wealth & Investment Management Information Technology Wholesale Banking Military Veterans Overview University Programs Working Here Working Here Overview Benefits Hiring Process Job Seeker Resource Center TMN (Team Member Networks) Hiring Events International Follow us Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Facebook MuseSign in or create your account > Now Hiring Tellers Job Type: Full Time A teller provides exceptional customer service, working with Wells Fargo's most important asset: our customers. Tellers are also responsible for helping resolve customer concerns in a timely fashion, following proper procedures to minimize errors and reduce fraud, while building a great rapport with people. Plus, being strong team players who take pride in performing well and enjoy helping others. Medical, Dental, and Vision Employer Matching 401(k) Tuition Reimbursement Maternity and Paternity Leave Successful Traits of a Teller Communicator Detail-oriented Good listener Relationship expertise Team player Enthusiastic Apply TodayFind Your Fit Search our jobs Keyword Country/RegionSelectBangladeshCanadaChinaFranceGermanyHong Kong SARIndiaIrelandPhilippinesSingaporeSouth KoreaTaiwanUnited KingdomUnited States State/ProvinceSelectAlabamaAlaskaAlbertaArizonaArkansasBavariaBeijing MunicipalityCaliforniaCentral and Western DistrictColoradoConnecticutDelawareDhaka DivisionDistrict of ColumbiaEnglandFloridaGeorgiaIdahole-de-France RegionIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKarnatakaKentuckyLeinsterMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMimaropaMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNational Capital RegionNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaNorth Rhine-WestphaliaOhioOklahomaOntarioOregonPennsylvaniaQuebecSeoulShanghai MunicipalitySingaporeSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTaiwanTamil NaduTelanganaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyoming CitySelectAberdeenAddisonAgoura HillsAikenAlamedaAlbanyAlbuquerqueAlexandriaAllentownAllentownAlpharettaAltamonte SpringsAlvaradoAmarilloAmerican ForkAmericusAnaheimAnchorageAndoverAnkenyAnnandaleAnnapolisAnokaApopkaAppletonAppomattoxArcadiaArdmoreArlingtonArlingtonArlingtonArvadaAshburnAtlantaAuburnAugustaAuroraAuroraAustinBainbridge IslandBakersfieldBaltimoreBarabooBaytownBearBeaumontBeavertonBee CaveBeijingBellevueBelmontBelvedereBengaluruBerkeleyBethesdaBettendorfBeverly HillsBillingsBirminghamBirminghamBlaineBloomingtonBloomingtonBoiseBonita SpringsBostonBothellBoulderBourbonnaisBozemanBradentonBreaBrentwoodBrentwoodBrentwoodBrentwoodBrentwoodBrentwoodBrevardBrightonBrooklyn CenterBrooklyn ParkBroomfieldBuckeyeBuffaloBurbankBurienBurlesonBurlingameBurlingtonBurlingtonBurnsvilleBurtonsvilleCamarilloCambridgeCampbellCampbellCanoga ParkCantonCape CoralCarmel-by-the-SeaCarsonCasa GrandeCasperCedar CityCedar RapidsChallisChamplinChandlerChanhassenCharlestonCharlotteCharlottesvilleChaskaChelanChennaiChesapeakeChesapeakeChesterfieldCheyenneChicagoChillicotheCincinnatiCity of LondonClackamasClaytonClearlakeClearwaterCleburneClevelandCliveColonial HeightsColorado SpringsColumbiaColumbiaColumbusColumbusCommerce CityComptonConcordConcordConroeCoon RapidsCoral GablesCoral SpringsCoralvilleCorinthCoronaCottage GroveCraigCranberry TownshipCrestviewCrystalCrystal LakeCulver CityDade CityDallasDanburyDaphneDavenportDaytona BeachDe WittDecaturDeerfieldDel MarDenverDes MoinesDestinDetroit LakesDevonDhakaDiamond BarDillinghamDodgevilleDoverDowneyDublinDublinDullesDuluthDuluthDurhamDusseldorfDyerEaganEau ClaireEden PrairieEdgewaterEdgewaterEdmondEl MonteEl PasoEl SegundoElbaEllensburgElmhurstEmeryvilleEncinitasEnglewoodErieEscanabaEscondidoEugeneEvansEvanstonEverettExcelsiorFalls ChurchFargoFarmingtonFarmington HillsFayettevilleFishkillFlagstaffFlandersFlorham ParkFlowoodFoleyFort BraggFort CollinsFort DixFort DodgeFort LauderdaleFort MillFort MorganFort MyersFort SmithFort Walton BeachFort WayneFort WorthFoster CityFountain ValleyFrankfurtFrederickFremontFremontFremontFremontFresnoFriscoFrontenacFt. 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Tellers are also responsible for helping resolve customer concerns in a timely fashion, following proper procedures to minimize errors and reduce fraud all the while building great rapport with people, and being strong team players who take pride in performing well and enjoy helping others. Back to Job Navigation (Overview) Success Profile Check out the top traits we're looking for and see if you have the right mix. Additional related traits listed below. Communicator Detail-oriented Good listener Relationship expertise Team player Enthusiastic Back to Job Navigation (Success) Benefits Wells Fargo wants to help you get more out of life and take care of things outside the office to make life a little easier. We provide: Medical, Dental and Vision Employer Matching 401(k) Tuition Reimbursment Maternity and Paternity Leave Paid Time Off Back to Job Navigation (Rewards) Quote We want to satisfy our customers' financial needs and help them succeed financially.- The Vision, Values, and Goals of Wells Fargo How we help our customers succeed, help our communities thrive, and live our vision and values Back to Job Navigation (Trending) Responsibilities Job Description Important Note: During the application process, ensure your contact information (email and phone number) is up to date and upload your current resume when submitting your application for consideration. To participate in some selection activities you will need to respond to an invitation. The invitation can be sent by both email and text message. In order to receive text message invitations, your profile must include a mobile phone number designated as Personal Cell or Cellular in the contact information of your application. At Wells Fargo, we want to satisfy our customers' financial needs and help them succeed financially. We're looking for talented people who will put our customers at the center of everything we do. Join our diverse and inclusive team where you'll feel valued and inspired to contribute your unique skills and experience. Help us build a better Wells Fargo. It all begins with outstanding talent. It all begins with you. Consumer Banking is an industry leader in supporting homeowners and consumers in addition to operating one of the most extensive banking franchises in the country. We serve mass market, affluent, and small business customers; as well as provide home and personal lending. Our focus is on delivering an exceptional experience for our customers through financial advice and guidance coupled with providing the products and services that will help them realize their financial hopes and dreams. We've built our team of top professionals by rewarding their accomplishments and ensuring they have what's needed to succeed. As a lead teller at Wells Fargo, you will be a part of a branch team and will spend your time interacting with customers focused on providing exceptional customer service and building relationships. You will engage customers in conversations and share ways Wells Fargo can help, which may include introducing them to another branch team member or sharing digital options that may make banking easier for them. As a lead teller, you will support management in approving transactions, managing branch workflow, and developing the teller team. Your responsibilities include: - Engaging customers in conversations, listening to them, and proactively helping to meet their needs - Working as a part of a team to help customers succeed financially - Serving as a leader in risk by following policies and procedures - Accurately and efficiently processing and approving transactions - Helping to resolve customer concerns - Supporting teller team education and development Required Qualifications 1+ year of experience assessing and meeting the needs of customers and/or helping with issue resolution 1+ year of experience following policies and procedures 1+ year of handling cash experience Desired Qualifications Good communication skills including speaking clearly, succinctly, and accurately while using a pleasant tone and common conversational courtesies Ability to influence, educate, and connect customers to technology Ability to meet or exceed performance objectives Good attention to detail and accuracy skills Experience interacting positively with unsatisfied customers Effective organizational, multi tasking, and prioritizing skills Ability to navigate multiple computer systems, applications, and utilize search tools to find information Coaching, training, and motivating skills Ability to identify potential fraud/risky accounts and take appropriate action to prevent loss Relevant military experience including working with military protocol and instructions, enlisted evaluations, officer/leadership reporting Relevant military experience including working in personnel benefits management, processing military personnel orders or transitions, wartime readiness operations, human resources or military recruiting Job Expectations Ability to work weekends and holidays as needed or scheduled Disclaimer All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act. Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women. Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.
          

Class A CDL Company Driver   

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Truck Driver Benefits * Medical/Dental, and 401K * Paid vacation * Paid orientation * No forced dispatch * No-touch freight * No hazmat * Cell phone reimbursement * Driver referral bonus Truck Driver Requirements * Class A CDL license * Minimum of 1-year OTR experience Start Here * indicates required field * Name* First Last * Email* * Phone* * Zip* City * State * AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyoming * Do you have 1 year of OTR driving experience?* Select OneYesNo * Are you willing to drive OTR?* Select OneYesNo * * * * * * * * * By providing my phone number and clicking the button below, I agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy, provide my electronic signature, and consent to receive automated marketing calls or text messages (e.g., prerecorded and/or autodialed calls), regardless of any previous registration on any company, State or National Do Not Call list, and emails from Poly Trucking and Randall-Reilly, LLC. Consent is not a condition of any purchase. You may opt out any time. Message & data rates may apply." name="rr_internal_consent_message"> * By providing my phone number and clicking the button below, I agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy, provide my electronic signature, and consent to receive automated marketing calls or text messages (e.g., prerecorded and/or autodialed calls), regardless of any previous registration on any company, State or National Do Not Call list, and emails from Poly Trucking and Randall-Reilly, LLC. Consent is not a condition of any purchase. You may opt out any time. Message & data rates may apply. About Poly Trucking Poly Trucking is headquartered in Grand Prairie, TX. We are a long and short-haul domestic carrier. Our fleet is comprised of late model, company-owned trucks. With Poly Trucking, you avoid the delays, logistical problems and additional expenses that often accompany third-party service. We'll deliver your freight safely, efficiently, and on-time. Call Us Today 855-276-0955 Call Now 855-276-0955 or or
          

Scott Budget Proposal Would Expand Gambling in Vermont   

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Updated at 10:20 p.m.

Vowing to focus on Vermont’s “fiscal fundamentals,” Gov. Phil Scott on Tuesday proposed a $6.3 billion state budget that would represent a modest 2 percent increase over current spending levels.

In a joint address to the Vermont House and Senate, the second-term Republican said his budget proposal would help grow the state’s stagnant population and revitalize its rural communities.

“Our demographic crisis is — without question — the greatest challenge we face as a state,” Scott said, repeating his oft-stated warning. “Addressing this reality is crucial to Vermont’s future.”

The governor’s proposed budget would not raise any existing taxes or fees, but it would create two new ones: Scott pitched legalizing and taxing online sports betting, as neighboring New Hampshire recently did, and he called for the introduction of Keno lottery machines.

The two forms of gambling would generate at least $4 million in new revenue, according to Finance Commissioner Adam Greshin. Of that, $2 million would help boost childcare subsidies, rather than support the Education Fund, as lottery proceeds currently do.

Scott’s gaming proposals, which he barely mentioned in his 38-minute address, are likely to meet resistance from the Democratic legislature. At a press conference following the governor’s speech, House Speaker Mitzi Johnson (D-South Hero) and Senate President Pro Tempore Tim Ashe (D/P-Chittenden) threw cold water on the ideas, noting that the legislature had previously rejected them.

“We'll certainly wait and listen to the details,” Johnson said. “Expanding the lottery and stealing money from the education fund haven't gone all that well in the House in the past.”

Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman, a Progressive-Democrat who is challenging Scott for governor, said that such revenue schemes tend to be regressive. “I just don't think that hooking people in with gambling and taking lunch money and heating bill money and gas money … to pay for state services is the best way to help people who are struggling,” Zuckerman said.

Scott’s budget proposal signals just the start of a four-month process during which the House and Senate must approve their own spending plans for the fiscal year that starts in July. They will then send a reconciled version to the governor for his signature or veto.

As he has before, Scott warned Tuesday that state spending continued to outpace revenue growth. He…
          

Sanders Tries to Target Biden's Social Security Record, But Distractions Abound   

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With just two weeks remaining before the Iowa caucuses, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has been trying to stay focused on a major vulnerability of a top rival: former vice president Joe Biden's past willingness to pare back Social Security.

But events — some within his campaign's control and some outside of it — have conspired to change the conversation.

First, there was a dustup over a private conversation between Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), a longtime friend and current opponent for the Democratic presidential nomination. Then, there was an overreach by Sanders' campaign, when it took out of context a 2018 video of Biden discussing his views on Social Security.

Then, on Monday, Sanders found himself apologizing to Biden for an op-ed penned by Vermont native, Fordham Law School professor and Sanders surrogate Zephyr Teachout, in which she wrote that the former VP had "a big corruption problem" because he's gone to bat for major donors. "It is absolutely not my view that Joe is corrupt in any way," Sanders told CBS News. "And I'm sorry that that op-ed appeared."

Finally, on Tuesday, the senator from Vermont found himself on the receiving end of another round of fire from 2016 rival Hillary Clinton. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Clinton attacked Sanders' record in a documentary set to be released by Hulu.

"He was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him," Clinton says in the documentary. "Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It's all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it."

Asked by the Reporter whether she would endorse Sanders if he won the nomination, Clinton said she was "not going to go there yet" and proceeded to accuse his staff and supporters of sexism.

Sanders himself has sought to keep the conversation focused squarely on a policy disagreement that separates him from Biden, who holds a slight lead in Iowa.

"We're not going to make personal attacks on Joe Biden, but I think the record shows that Joe's history in the Senate and my history in Congress are very different," Sanders told CBS News on Sunday in New Hampshire. "I think…
          

Security - Site Supervisor for Downtown Highrise   

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Security - Site Supervisor for Downtown Highrise at Allied UniversalSkip to main contentReturning to complete your application? Click hereCurrent EmployeeSecurity Guard / Officer Positions Corporate / Administrative PositionsExternal CandidateSecurity Guard / Officer Positions Corporate / Administrative Positions Contact Us Toggle navigation Main navigation Security Resources Veteran Support About Us Offices News/Media Contact Us Login We're hiring - Apply for a job Home Careers Search Security - Site Supervisor for Downtown Highrise at Allied Universal Share Page Email LinkedIn Twitter FacebookAre you a current AUS employee? Click here to view our current job postingsSecurity Guard / Officer Positions Corporate / Administrative PositionsSearch jobsCareer Opportunities Security Officer Level Event Positions Management Human Resources Service Installation and Technicians Administrative Sales and Marketing Information Technology Legal National Account Account Manager Search jobs Keyword City, State, or ZIP RadiusRadius5 miles15 miles25 miles35 miles50 milesSearch Security - Site Supervisor for Downtown Highrise San Diego, California Position Type Full Time Shift Type Morning Req ID: 2020- Work Days Available Monday - FridayApplyApply Later We are North America's leading security services provider with over 200,000 phenomenal employees. At Allied Universal, we pride ourselves on fostering a promote from within culture. There are countless examples of individuals who began their career as Security Professionals and today hold positions on our senior leadership team. In fact, over 65% of our managerial positions are filled by internal candidates. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, 401K, employee assistance programs, company discounts, perks and more! We also offer part-time and flexible schedules! Start your phenomenal career with Allied Universal today! Allied Universal Services is currently searching for a Professional Security Site Supervisor. Allied Universal, North America's leading security services provider, is experiencing tremendous growth. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental, vision, flex spending, 401K, an anniversary bonus, and an on-the-spot recognition program. We promote from within our company! You can be promoted and become one of Allied Universal's many success stories. The Security Site Supervisor will supervise and coordinate the delivery of quality services to an assigned customer. Act as a liaison between customer, Operation Manager and security officers. Supervise site staff, providing coaching, recognition and discipline within approved empowerment range. This position is located in Downtown San Diego, parking is available at NO cost. The pay rate is $19/hr., officers are paid weekly on Thursdays and this position is eligible for benefits. More about the job: Supervisory Responsibilities Communicates staffing needs to Operation Manager which may include using the Requisition process, assisting in identifying and interviewing quality candidates Assures that officers receive appropriate training, developing them in both technical and professional skills; also includes performance management (coaching, counseling, disciplining, performance evaluations, recognition, etc.) Assures that employee grievances are heard with help from appropriate branch or region HR support employees Assists with the communication of policies, company announcements and job openings Provides the basis of a great place to work by treating staff with respect Enforcement of Contract Standards Helps Operations Manager identify, meet and exceed the needs of the customer Meets all contractual scheduled hours with a minimum of unbilled overtime Coordinates and/or conduct site-specific OJT, client specific training and annual refresher training for security personnel Reconciles security logs against shift responsibilities and patrols; review incident reports prior to submitting to manager and coordinate preliminary investigations Performs account audits and off-hour visits, completing required documentation Manages uniforms, equipment, supplies and vehicles utilized at the account, maintaining appropriate inventories and maintenance checklists Administrative Management Administers site safety programs outlining site-specific hazards for security officers including vehicle / driving safety as appropriate to corporate procedures Prepared to participate in unemployment hearings Capably utilizes scheduling and billing software, and to produce reports (such as Scheduling Activity, Training Detail reports, etc.) that require interpretation and action for effective business management Enforces Allied Universal's policies as outlined in the handbooks and executive memos Physical and Mental Functions: Stand or walk constantly (for up to an entire shift) on various surfaces (tile, concrete, carpet) Climb stairs, ramps, or ladders occasionally during shift Occasionally bend/twist at waist/knees/neck to perform various duties Occasionally lift or carry up to 40 pounds Run as needed Constant use of both hands and arms in reaching/handling/grasping/fingering while using phone, notepad, writing reports, and other administrative tasks Constant use of eyes (correctable vision to normal level required) to observe, read, interact with public and co-workers, view security monitors; includes hand/eye coordination Work in various environments including adverse outdoor conditions such as cold, rain or heat; Constant mental alertness and attention to detail required while setting priorities and following up on assignments Qualifications/Requirements: Qualified applicants for the Security Site Supervisor position will meet the minimum requirements, as described below: High school diploma or equivalent required At least 21 years of age Must possess effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills with ability to deal with all levels of personnel and the general public in a professional and effective manner; must be able to use initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines Must be able to frequently prepare written reports and logs in neat, legible handwriting; may require computer skills Must be able to read and understand all operating procedures and instructions Valid guard card/license, as required in the state for which you are applying. As a condition of employment, employee must successfully complete a background investigation and a post-offer/pre-employment drug/alcohol test and may be required to pass Driver's Record check As a condition of continued employment, employee must maintain current active status of all required License at all times, and must carry the license at all times while on duty Must display exceptional customer service and communication skills Remain flexible to ever changing environments; adapt well to different situations Intermediate computer skills to utilize innovative, wireless technology at client specific sites Ability to maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality standard; Neat and professional appearance Ability to provide quality customer service Ability to handle both common and crisis situations at the client site, calmly and efficiently Read, understand and clearly speak English; constantly use speech and hearing (correctable to normal level required) in communicating with public/co-workers, giving and receiving instructions, using phones Must be able to handle pressure of working with high volume general public (constantly to occasionally depending on assignment) Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. 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Coyote Attacks Toddler as New Hampshire Senator Pushes Ban   

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As New Hampshire legislators get set to debate State Senator David Watters Senate Bill 588,...
          

Paultons Park set to create hundreds of jobs in time for summer   

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A HAMPSHIRE theme park is set to recruit hundreds of jobs in time for summer.
          

City to get its own TEDx event for "ideas worth spreading"   

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HAMPSHIRE is to host one of the TEDx conferences whose talks have inspired people around the world.
          

Collaboration and experimentation ‘vital’ for future quality of English wine   

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CEO of Hampshire's Black Chalk, Jacob Leadley, says a collaborative approach to winemaking and experimental projects are the only way "to push English wine into a better quality bracket", also stressing the need for more producers to "grow with intent". 
          

Veterinarian - Mixed General Practice in NH. Full or Part Time | Cornerstone Veterinary Hospital   

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Epping, New Hampshire, Cornerstone Veterinary Hospital invites you to join us in caring for our community. We are a 3 doctor practice in southeastern New Hampshire accepting patients of any species; mostly canine, feline
          

New Hampshire - Official Roll Call & Lounge   

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New Hampshire - Official Roll Call & Lounge   

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Veterinarian - Mixed General Practice in NH. Full or Part Time | Cornerstone Veterinary Hospital   

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Epping, New Hampshire, Cornerstone Veterinary Hospital invites you to join us in caring for our community. We are a 3 doctor practice in southeastern New Hampshire accepting patients of any species; mostly canine, feline
          

ENGINEERING AIDE I summer internship | New Hampshire Department of Transportation   

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Concord, New Hampshire, MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Graduation from high school, G.E.D. or its equivalent. Experience: No experience required. License/Certification:  None required. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: O
          

PROGRAM MANAGER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS Job in Londonderry, NH   

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PROGRAM MANAGER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS -Location:United States - New Hampshire - LondonderryBOUNTY DESCRIPTIONIndustry:Aerospace / Aviation / DefenseJob Category:General Management ... Save as E-mail Job Alert
          

Orthopedic Physician Assistant (PA) Job in Guild, NH   

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<p><strong>Full-time Orthopedic Physician Assistant (PA) needed at a top facility in New Hampshire!<br /></strong>(Reference Code: KAM)</p> <p>The PA would work closely with the o ... Save as E-mail Job Alert
          

Director of Oncology Services Job in Litchfield, NH   

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<p><strong>Full-time Director of Oncology Services needed at a top hospital in New Hampshire!</strong><br />(Reference Code: KAM)</p> <p>Shift: Full-time, No Weekends</p> <p>Esse ... Save as E-mail Job Alert
          

Director Quality & Performance Improvement | St Joseph Hospital   

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Nashua, New Hampshire, QUALIFICATIONS  RN preferred with a Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Nursing or in Hospital Management.   A Master’s Degree is highly preferred as well as 3-5 years of experience in quality managemen
          

Hero dad strangles coyote after it attacks his toddler - New York Post    

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  1. Hero dad strangles coyote after it attacks his toddler  New York Post
  2. Father strangles coyote that attacked his child  ABC News
  3. Police: Coyote attacks woman, child, dogs and even a vehicle  Boston.com
  4. Man kills coyote with bare hands after animal threatens child, police say  WMUR Manchester
  5. Father chokes coyote to death after series of attacks in New Hampshire  NBC News
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          

United Way 2020 Blizzard Blast on January 25, 2020   

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Name: United Way 2020 Blizzard Blast
Brand: Blizzard Blast
Date: January 25, 2020
Location: Nashua, New Hampshire, United States
Buddies involved: 21
Event URL: facebook.com

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Paultons Park set to create hundreds of jobs in time for summer   

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A HAMPSHIRE theme park is set to recruit hundreds of jobs in time for summer.
          

Supporter of Hampshire hospice wins car   

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THE supporter of a Hampshire hospice has won a brand new car.
          

Test Valley councillor hits out at plans to axe North Baddesley Community library   

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A TEST Valley councillor has hit out at proposals to axe up a Hampshire library as county bosses try to balance the books.
          

Peace Corps announces 2019 top volunteer-producing states   

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District of Columbia holds No. 1 spot for third year in a row; Massachusetts enters top ten per capita.

WASHINGTON –Peace Corps released today its 2019 rankings of the top volunteer-producing states and metropolitan areas across the United States.

“I commend the community leaders from these top states for their continued support of the Peace Corps," said Peace Corps Director Jody Olsen. "Volunteers make a powerful impact when they share their unique hometown perspectives with the communities they serve abroad. Serving with this agency is an opportunity for all Americans to develop the skills they need in a global world.”

The four lists are: Top Volunteer-producing States per Capita; Top Volunteer-producing States Overall; Top Volunteer-producing Metropolitan Areas per Capita; and Top Volunteer-producing Metropolitan Areas Overall.

2019 Top States – Per Capita (# of volunteers per 100,000 residents)

1) District of Columbia – 18.2

2) Vermont – 8.1

3) Montana – 5.1

4) Virginia – 4.5

5) Maryland – 4.3

6) Oregon – 4.2

7) New Hampshire – 4.1

7) Colorado – 4.1

8) Maine – 3.8

9) Washington – 3.6

9) Massachusetts – 3.6

10) Minnesota – 3.5

The nation’s capital is the largest producer of volunteers per capita, with approximately 18 volunteers per 100,000 citizens, a 23% increase from 2018. Vermont is No. 2 for the third year in a row and for the sixth consecutive year Montana comes in at No. 3 on the per capita list. Massachusetts has made this list for the first time ever, at No. 9.

2019 Top States – Total Volunteers

1) California – 851

2) New York – 413

3) Virginia – 384

4) Texas – 368

5) Florida – 341

6) Pennsylvania – 293

7) Illinois –279

8) Washington – 271

9) Maryland – 259

10) Massachusetts – 247

For over a decade California and New York have ranked No.1 and No. 2, respectively, on the Top States Overall list. In 2019, California sent 851 citizens to serve in the Peace Corps, 15 more than in 2018.

2019 Top Metropolitan Areas – Per Capita (# of volunteers per 100,000 residents)

1) Charlottesville, VA – 16.5

2) Missoula, MT – 13.7

3) Fort Collins, CO – 13.3

4) Burlington-South Burlington, VT – 11.8

4) Ithaca, NY – 11.8

5) Bellingham, WA –10.9

6) Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford, VA – 10.7

7) Bloomington, IN – 10.0

8) Columbia, MO – 9.8

9) State College, PA – 9.7

9) Eureka-Arcata-Fortuna, CA – 9.7

10) Harrisonburg, VA – 9.6

10) Ann Arbor, MI –9.6

Although it never ranked before 2018, Charlottesville, VA, again takes the No. 1 spot for top volunteer-producing metropolitan areas per capita, Charlottesville sent 36 citizens to service in 2019, 10 more than in 2018.

2019 Top Metropolitan Areas – Total Volunteers

1) Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV – 472

2) New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA – 217

3) Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI – 212

4) Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI – 155

5) Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA – 149

6) Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA – 140

7) Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA – 117

8) Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO – 109

9) San Diego-Carlsbad, CA – ­106

10) Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH – 103

For the first time in three years, the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria area takes the No. 1 spot overall for top volunteer-producing metropolitan areas.

Virginia and Washington appear on all four lists, with Virginia claiming a top five spot on each.

Peace Corps is unique among service organizations because volunteers live and work at the community level. Service in the Peace Corps is a life-defining, hands-on leadership experience that offers volunteers the opportunity to travel to the farthest corners of the world and make a lasting difference in the lives of others. Applicants can apply to specific programs by visiting the Peace Corps website and connecting with a recruiter.

*Peace Corps data current as of September 30, 2019. The metropolitan area data used to determine Peace Corps’ rankings are derived from the most current U.S. Census Bureau “Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Area” data. Volunteers self-report their home city and state on their Peace Corps application.


          

115 - Sexy Sadistic Slayer Sheila LaBarre with Kate Wallinga from Ignorance Was Bliss   

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Sexy Sadistic Slayer Sheila LaBarre with Kate Wallinga from Ignorance Was Bliss...

Diagnosed as acutely delusional and sadistic, rabbit-loving Sheila LaBarre murdered at least two of her boyfriends, Michael Deloge and Kenneth Countie, on her remote farm in Epping, New Hampshire. She said she had died of a drug overdose and was sent back to Earth as an angel with special powers here to seek vengeance on paedophiles. The problem was that her victims were not paedophiles. She would seduce slightly built, transient men, move them into her house and completely dominate their lives. Then she would torture them into confessing to being paedophiles on tape, before killing them and burning their remains.

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NH: No, Again, To Federal Charter Money   

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A month ago, the Granite State's Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee said, "No, thanks" to an offer of $46 million from the feds to be used in doubling the number of New Hampshire charter schools from 28 to 55. The money was to come from the federal Charter School Program, a grant program that has come under fire due to a recent pair of studies showing massive waste and fraud by recipients of CSP money. The legislature was concerned that doubling the number of charter schools would harm public schools and existing charters.

But that, it turns out, was not the end of it.

This frickin' guy.
Frank Edelblut is currently the grand poohbah of education in NH. He was previously a businessman, venture capitalist, and one-term state representative. He took a swing at the governor's office, but was beaten in the primary by Chris Sununu; he then supported Sununu who, upon becoming governor, appointed Edelblut to the education post based on God-only-knows-what. Edelblut has no education background, pushed vouchers as a representative, and homeschooled all his kids.

But Friday (1/10) Edelblut brought the $46 million back to the table for the committee with what I suppose he thought was a sweetener-- a quote from Democrat Maggie Hassan, former governor and current senator for New Hampshire. Hassan had supported a similar grant in 2016, writing:

An objective of this grant is to use best practices from positive outcomes at our charter schools to inform programs at other public schools, which in turn benefits our entire public education system.

This is, of course, baloney. Note that Edelblut did not follow up with, "And here's a list of the successful academic best practices that have been pioneered by our existing charter schools and transferred successfully to our public schools." He couldn't, because if we've learned one thing after two decades of modern charter schools, it's that charter school operators don't know anything about how to educate students that public schools don't already know.

Republicans accused Dems of sticking it to taxpayers and children, but Democrats pointed out that the grant left too many questions unanswered while circumventing both the legislative and budgeting process. NH charters already have empty seats, and one analysis showed a long-term cost to the state of $57 to $104 million.

It would have been fiscally irresponsible for the Fiscal Committee to move forward with this grant, which would have doubled charter schools outside of the legislative process, jeopardized the financial health of New Hampshire’s current traditional and charter public schools, and made an end run around the state budget that would have committed the state of New Hampshire to millions of dollars in unbudgeted education aid years into the future.

The  Dems also cited the NPE reports showing CSP waste. As for Edelblut, he was sure that the committee just didn't understand the grant the first time around. He also wanted to claim that the money could totally be used by public schools, somehow. Is he now satisfied that the committee understands what they have rejected twice? Well, as he told the Union Leader:

Do I look like someone who gives up that easily? We’ll be back.

So watch for New Hampshire's head of public education to continue trying to undermine and defund public education. Speaking of people who just don't understand.


          

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