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his wife, according to court documents. with the Mirror saying that a man, She also noted that taking the drug has no effects on the respiratory system, March 7, Alta. in Canada to Superior Wis The pipeline passes through North Dakota and Minnesota on its way to SuperiorMost of Line 67 already transports 800000 barrels per day of crude oil But because a segment of the line crosses the US-Canada border the company needs a presidential permit before a certain three-mile portion can be allowed to also transport the 800000 barrels According to Shannon Gustafson a communications supervisor for Enbridge the company is currently able to bypass the three-mile portion through “interconnects” The oil from Line 67 enters another pipeline called Line 3 stays in that line for three miles and then is put back into Line 67Gustafson said Enbridge needs the presidential permit in order to provide customers with the amount of oil they have requestedThe meeting at Bemidji’s Sanford Center will take the form of an open house according to a State Department official Attendees will be able to submit their comments via writing or speak to a stenographer No speeches or presentations will be allowed the official saidThose who cannot attend the meeting can also submit comments via mail online or by phone during the department’s 45-day comment period which began Feb 10 after a draft of a supplemental environmental impact statement was concluded and will end March 27Gustafson said the company had no say in the State Department’s decision to hold just one meeting and did not choose the location Bemidji was chosen because of its central location relative to the pipeline’s route according to the State DepartmentFrom near and farBecause Tuesday’s meeting is the only one environmental activism group MN350 has organized a bus that will travel from the Twin Cities to Bemidji on Tuesday to allow people from other parts of the state to attend Fellow activist group Northwoods 350 will run a bus from Duluth “This State Department public meeting is of statewide importance you know It’s incredible that there’s only one meeting” said Andy Pearson the Midwest tar sands coordinator for MN350 “A lot of folks have a lot of concerns so we put a bus together so they can go up there and take part in this public process”Those who ride the bus will pay what they can Pearson saidMN350 has also organized events that will take place before the State Department meeting Jordan Morgan an MN350 project coordinator stationed in Bemidji said the opposition events will begin at 1 pm at the Rail River Folk School with what he called a “solutions summit” Environmental activists including Honor the Earth founder Winona LaDuke BSU’s Sustainability Director Erika Bailey-Johnson and others will speak to attendees“The summit’s really going to focus on.envisioning a world that has a sustainable energy grid” Morgan said “So talking about renewables and whatnot and really just try to focus on the positive transition that we want to make from fossil fuels to renewable energy”A jingle dress dance will follow the summitBecause of the expected large number of participants the city of Bemidji released a statement Thursday encouraging those attending the meeting to remain lawful and respectful“The City of Bemidji strongly supports every individual’s right to the freedom of speech and ability to participate at this event” the statement attributed to Mayor Rita Albrecht reads “We ask that those who share our support of this Constitutional right encourage others to remain respectful of everyone’s free speech rights Limiting the rights of others or violating the law detracts from the legitimacy of all participants’ efforts”Morgan said he hopes even people unfamiliar with MN350s environmental concerns attend the events and meeting“I think that it’s our civic duty as American citizens to go to events like this and really give our testimonies and share our thoughts and beliefs” he said “Come out learn more about what’s going on in our community and get civically involved”If you go:What: US State Department meeting allowing public comment on the proposed Line 67 expansionWhen: 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm on Tuesday March 7Where: The Sanford Center 1111 Event Center Drive NE BemidjiDemocrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee exploited Senate rules to delay until Wednesday a vote on Senator Jeff Sessions’ nomination to be attorney general That job was in the spotlight after Trump fired the acting attorney general on Monday over her refusal to defend his executive order blocking nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United StatesDemocrats also boycotted a meeting of the Senate Finance Committee where votes had been scheduled on Steve Mnuchin to be Treasury secretary and Tom Price to head the Health and Human Services Department Since at least one Democrat is required to be present for the committee votes to take place no votes were heldDespite the delays all three nominees are considered likely to be confirmed once their names are sent to the full Republican-led SenateThe White House as well as Republicans on Capitol Hill accused Democrats of slow-walking the work of the government "The people want change President Trump is delivering that change And the only response from Senate Democrats so far is to try to stall the core functions of our government" said White House press secretary Sean Spicer"When will the Democrats give us our Attorney General and rest of Cabinet" Trump said in a tweet "No wonder DC doesn’t work"Senate Democrats were unapologetic with their leader Chuck Schumer saying it was their obligation to "thoroughly vet" Trump’s Cabinet nominees "And if it takes a little longer they could be in office up to four years and it makes eminent sense to get their views out" Schumer told reportersThe Senate has already confirmed several of Trump’s picks for national security posts and the chamber voted 93-6 on Tuesday to confirm Elaine Chao wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as head of the US Transportation DepartmentExecutive order controversySessions’ closeness to Trump — he was the first senator to endorse him during Trump’s presidential campaign — was clearly working against him as far as Democrats were concerned following several days of controversy over Trump’s executive order on immigration "We saw last night that it is also the duty of our nation’s chief law enforcement officer to support and defend the Constitution when the president’s actions do not The attorney general swears an oath to the Constitution not to a president" said Sen Dick Durbin a member of the Judiciary Committee elaborating on his opposition to SessionsThe Judiciary Committee rescheduled its vote on Sessions for 9:30 am WednesdayDemocrats on the Finance Committee said they were delaying votes on Price and Mnuchin because they wanted more information on Price’s stock trades in an Australian medical company and reports that Mnuchin’s former bank OneWest used automated "robo-signings" of foreclosure documents which apparently contradicted statements the nominees had made to senators"We’ve made clear that we need additional information to make these judgments" said Sen Ron Wyden the top Democrat on the committee It was unclear when the committee votes would be heldRepublican Orrin Hatch chairman of the Finance Committee called the Democratic boycott "shocking" and "offensive""What’s the matter with the other party" he asked "Are they that bitter about Donald Trump"" He stopped short of condemning the security forces’ use of live ammunition.Local health officials in Basra,Credit: PAJamie Vardy is known for being a bit of a LAD. 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The Legislature mandated last year that officers receive at least 16 hours of training in these areas.The POST board also provides the state’s 433 law enforcement agencies with instructional materials for annual in-service training about use of force. “In the past, especially those in the trailer and tanker business moving cargo across the country.

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