Monthly Archives: December 2021

Almost 300 new statutes enter into force on Saturday | Chicago News

What kid hasn’t tried to make money (sometimes literally a single dollar) by selling lemonade? Soon the young people of Illinois will be able to do so, without fear of breaking the law. When the Haylis Law (SB 119) comes into effect in 2022, governments will no longer be able …

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Virus postpones annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show – Boston News, Weather, Sports

NEW YORK (AP) – The Westminster Kennel Club’s annual dog show has become the latest event to be postponed or canceled in New York as the number of coronavirus cases increases. The club’s board of governors announced on Wednesday that it was postponing its 2022 event, scheduled for late January, …

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Governor Hochul announces adoption of regulations to transition to zero-emission trucks

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced a significant step in reducing harmful emissions from trucks with the final adoption of New York’s Advanced Clean Truck Rule. The regulation, first proposed during the governor’s commemoration of Climate Week in September, will help help the state meet the ambitious goals of the Climate …

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Catalytic converter theft leaves South Carolina animal rescue in need of info

JAMES ISLAND, SC (WCBD) – Pet Helpers are running out of transportation for their animals after someone stole catalytic converters from two of their pickup trucks. An employee discovered the theft after attempting to start one of the vehicles on Tuesday. “We quickly realized something was wrong,” said Will Howell, …

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Alex Bowman is auctioning off his helmet for an important cause

Getty Alex Bowman continues to fundraise for Best Friends Animal Society. # 48 Chevrolet Camaro driver Hendrick Motorsports of the NASCAR Cup Series provides equipment to support an organization close to his heart. Alex Bowman is auctioning off a racing helmet to raise funds for the Best Friends Animal Society. …

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Need volunteers to help save marine mammals

The Marine Mammal Center in Morro Bay is looking for volunteers. This comes as the seal calving season begins now. Every winter, hundreds of elephant seals travel to the central coast to breed and have their young. Unfortunately, puppies don’t always cope on their own, so this is where the …

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New Illinois law hopes to reduce animal abuse cases

QUINCY (WFEM) – A new Illinois law hopes to reduce the number of animal abuse cases across the state. As of January 1, it will be illegal for anyone convicted of a crime of animal abuse to own or live with an animal. The goal is to make sure people …

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Adopt a Pet of the Week: Thorn

Submitted by Adopt-A-Pet Meet Thorn! He’s a 55-pound, 11-month-old pit bull. Thorn has a beautiful caramel brindle coat, amber eyes and a very melancholy face. Thorn is a strong young dog looking for an active family. He wants to please, learns basic commands, leash manners, and his new family will …

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Russian defense chief stresses need for rescue centers to help in emergencies around the world

MOSCOW, December 27. / TASS /. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu stressed that international relief coordination centers can provide assistance in emergencies around the world, but that sanctions make it impossible to implement them, he said. said in an interview with the weekly Argumenti i Fakty published on Monday. “A …

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