Ice trumped just about everything but the sand trucks. They tried but school districts cancelled classes throughout most of the listening area. Originally the plan was to delay classes for 2 hours but after getting out on the rural roads, most cancelled. The roads and sidewalks were skating rinks yesterday afternoon but street crews were out getting sand and salt down as fast as they could reload. Nfld. Streets and Parks Supervisor TJ Heinricy said they went “old school” using a salt/sand mix. His crews were out till nearly 11 last night. Then it snowed all night and at 4 this morning he had 3 trucks out opening things up. [Read more…] about Ice vs Everything else; Immigration law Part One; Not so sunny for solar gardens; Healthcare dwellings, County Road 1 and the Fire facility on Nfld agenda
Jeff Johnson talks Ben Casper, a University of Minnesota Visiting Associate Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Center for New Americans and teaches the Federal Immigration Litigation Clinic, which engages students in strategic impact litigation on behalf of immigrants and refugees. He has more than 16 years of experience litigating cases before immigration courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, U.S. District Courts, U.S. Courts of Appeal, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Casper talks about what laws we have now, sanctuary cities and whether there’s really a reason for concern.
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