Urban League hosts medical marijuana panel Experts to share information for community and entrepreneurs Atlanta, GA

Urban League hosts medical marijuana panel Experts to share information for community and entrepreneurs Atlanta, GA (Nov. 25, 2019) – To offer the public an opportunity to understand Georgia’s new medical marijuana law, the Urban League of Greater Atlanta is hosting a Town Hall meeting on Monday, Dec. 2, 2019, from 6 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at the Metropolitan Branch Library, 1332 Metropolitan Parkway, SW, Atlanta. The Town Hall is FREE and open to the public.The town hall will feature a discussion with experts on the law and the economic opportunities and community and societal issues the bill will affect. Panelists, including policymakers, entrepreneurs, community leaders, residents and more will explore key provisions of the law and share insights on cultivation centers, dispensaries and business opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses. An audience Q&A will follow the panel.The discussion will promote an understanding of the following:· What’s legal and what’s not. What does it mean for you, your family and community regarding benefits or harm?· How will the law change economic opportunities for minority businesses?· How can you protect yourself ...

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Openow™, the new complete mobile solution for SMARTair® wireless access control, makes life easier and more secure for everyone. Users of a SMARTair® access control system can open doors with their mobile phone and the Openow™ app. Facility managers can send, revoke and update virtual keys from anywhere. For security staff, business owners and every user of a site — from nurses on a ward, to mobile workers in a co-working space, to students in an accommodation block — Openow™ takes mobile credentials to the next level. With Openow™, facility managers and security administrators have more control and no longer need to administer physical credentials. And it’s fast and easy to upgrade an existing SMARTair® system to work with Openow™ or to install mobile-ready, wireless SMARTair® access control from scratch. The new Openow™ app has been designed around convenience, security and user experience with virtual keys. Information transfer between administration software, smartphone app and the SMARTair® device is protected by end-to-end encryption. “Right from set-up — involving simple, secure email subscription — users find the Openow™ app a joy to operate. Tap a SMARTair® lock with yo...

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Please fill in your details to download the Table of Contents of this report for free. We also do customization of these reports so you can write to us at mi@fibre2fashion.com in case you need any other additional information. When shopping for work clothes, consumers are presented with a wide range to choose from. The combination of fabrics, styles, and different manufacturers can make the choice a daunting one. Two of the more popular fabrics for work clothes are 100% cotton and a poly-cotton blend. But which is the best choice? In short, that depends on what the buyer is looking for. So, what are the differences between 100% cotton and poly-cotton blend fabrics? To start with, a poly-cotton blend is just what its name suggests: a fabric that is made up of cotton and polyester fibers. The ratio varies, with 65% cotton and 35% polyester being the most common. 50/50 blends are also easily found. The blend is designed to afford the advantages of both the cotton and polyester fibers into one fabric. A fabric made from a poly cotton blend combines the strengths of the two fibers. Poly cotton garments are breathable, tear-resistant, and can be fashioned into abrasion-resistant fabri...

EDF Renewables has firmed up the supplier list for its 448MW Neart Na Gaoithe offshore wind

EDF Renewables has firmed up the supplier list for its 448MW Neart Na Gaoithe offshore wind project in Scotland and announced a new financial partner, as the project moves towards construction. Irish utility ESB has bought a 50% stake in the 54-turbine project 15km off Scotland’s east coast. ESB opened a Scottish office in 2017 to pursue development of renewable energy projects. In mid-November, it also joined hands with Norwegian developer Equinor to investigate offshore wind sites in Ireland. The move to acquire a stake in Neart Na Gaoithe will give it an insight into the intricacies of building an offshore wind project. Elsewhere, EDF has confirmed Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) will supply its 8MW direct drive turbines to the site, having originally been lined up to supply its 7MW model as far back as May 2015. Neart Na Gaoithe has had a protracted development history. It was first picked up by Irish developer Mainstream Renewable Power in February 2009 following a competitive bidding process with the Crown Estate. In February 2015, Mainstream secured a 15-year Contract for Difference (CfD) support subsidy for the site with a strike price of £114.39/MWh (€140/MWh), ...

101 Best Gifts for In-laws: Your Ultimate List (2019)

If you’re searching for the best gifts for in-laws, channel your thoughts toward the kinds of presents you’d buy for your own parents. We’ll help you find the perfect gift ideas, from practical to creative, that express your love and appreciation for them. This beautiful patio gas fire pit table can ease the strain of conversation while you all relax around the fire. (C’mon, who can’t think of something to say when flames are flickering?) While we know this is kind of a splurge gift, it is sure to become the focal point of family gatherings for years to come. The black tempered glass tabletop reflects the fire beautifully and it comes with a 15.5 pound Arctic Ice decorative glass rock set to insert right around the gas jets in the center. With a weather resistant polyurethane wicker exterior, it can stand up to all kinds of weather, and it has a super sturdy powder coated metal frame.  The table itself offer easy access to insert a standard 20 pound propane tank (not included) and the push button start means they can have a cozy fire whenever the whim strikes them. Do your in-laws love to cook for gatherings of family and friends? This gorgeous Viking stainless steel pressure c...

Sometimes, a car comes along that leaves the automotive landscape different than before. In today’s Silicon

Sometimes, a car comes along that leaves the automotive landscape different than before. In today’s Silicon Valley parlance, we’d be tempted to term such a car a “disrupter.” The last car to so radically shift the car world was the Tesla Model S, our 2013 Car of the Year. This time around, our 2020 MotorTrend Car of the Year, the Chevrolet Corvette, fully scrambles the order of things. Simply put, never before has so much four-wheeled exoticism been attainable for so little money. Or I should say, so much good exoticism. Chevrolet Performance did not phone in the first-ever production mid-engine Corvette. It dialed it, massaged it, honed it, crafted the new ‘Vette to the point of the nearly impossible. The eighth-generation car will bring people into dealerships who previously would never have come in. The mid-engine Corvette is a game changer, an inflection point, and a reminder that when Americans truly set our minds to a task, look out. For soon you’ll be standing on the moon—or driving the sports car equivalent thereof. The father of the Chevrolet Corvette, Zora Arkus-Duntov, began working on a mid-engine Corvette back in 1959. Called the ...

This new ‘battery’ aims to spark a carbon capture revolution

Renewable energy alone is not enough to turn the tide of the climate crisis. Despite the rapid expansion of wind, solar and other clean energy technologies, human behavior and consumption are flooding our skies with too much carbon, and simply supplanting fossil fuels won’t stop global warming. To make some realistic attempt at preventing a grim future, humans need to be able to physically remove carbon from the air. That’s why carbon capture technology is slowly being integrated into energy and industrial facilities across the globe. Typically set up to collect carbon from an exhaust stream, this technology sops up greenhouse gases before they spread into Earth’s airways. But those industrial practices work because these factories produce gas pollutants like carbon dioxide and methane at high concentrations. Carbon capture can’t draw CO2 from regular open air, where the concentration of this prominent pollutant is too diffuse. Moreover, the energy sector’s transition toward decarbonization is moving too slowly. It will take years — likely decades — before the world’s hundreds of CO2-emitting industrial plants adopt capture technology. Humans have pumped about 2,000 gigatonnes —...

MECO tests system to protect power lines from high winds and falling trees | News, Sports, Jobs

A Maui Electric Co. lineman is harnessed to a heavy gauge support wire to install the cable spacers. MECO is upgrading poles and testing a new system of insulated conductors meant to prevent wind- and tree-related outages in the Olinda-Piiholo area. Maui Electric Co. photos Maui Electric Co. is upgrading utility poles and using new insulated conductors in parts of Olinda and Piiholo, part of a pilot project to prevent wind- and tree-related outages and make the island’s electrical grid more resilient, MECO announced Wednesday. The mile-long stretch of power lines in the heavily forested area will be the first in Maui County to use “spacer cables” designed to withstand the force of falling branches and trees. Last year, branches and trees falling onto power lines caused nearly 30 percent of all outages. Most of these outages affected about 2,600 customers in the Olinda-Piiholo area when large limbs or entire trees fell onto electrical equipment. “While we proactively manage vegetation encroaching on power lines, this Upcountry area is serviced by power lines surrounded by protected groves of pine and eucalyptus trees that often come down during high winds or storms,” said Chris ...

Ask the Sioux City doc: Get the answers on concussions, flu shots, fall allergies and more | Siouxland Life

How long should you wait after hitting your head to see a doctor? Are there symptoms to watch out for? When it comes to head injuries, we do not recommend waiting for any duration before being seen by a physician. If a head injury is suspected, that individual should be evaluated by a medical professional. Concussions are one of the most common head injuries. Common signs and symptoms include short term memory loss, headache, dizziness, confusion, nausea, and vomiting. It is important to be evaluated by a medical professional after a head injury in order to ensure that the injury is not more severe than it appears. I have been on an airplane where they say they can’t serve peanuts because someone has an allergy. What about if I had a candy bar with peanut butter in it. Would that affect the person? Or do they have to consume it to be affected? Why are peanut allergies so sensitive? [Ask the Sioux City doc: Get the answers on leather allergies, decoding sunscreen, melanomas and more.] Allergies to foods are very common. Allergy to peanuts is perhaps one of the most common food allergies. People with allergies to peanuts are not all alike. Some have mild reactions of itching whil...

The Semana de Primavera fiestas in the city of Murcia, which are held every year in

The Semana de Primavera fiestas in the city of Murcia, which are held every year in the week following Easter, are perhaps best known for the main events of the Bando de la Huerta and the Entierro de la Sardina. The first of these features an afternoon procession celebrating the agricultural produce of the area but is nowadays an all-day open-air costume party throughout the regional capital, while the latter is a carnival-style celebration which ends in the ceremonial incineration of a giant papier mâché sardine in the Glorieta, in an act of symbolic cleansing to mark the start of spring. Click for highlights of the 2019 program. However, for many locals and visitors one of the main attractions of the Semana de Primavera is without any doubt the “barracas” which are set up in and around the city centre. These are temporary restaurants constructed in the style of traditional Murcia dwellings in the “huerta” (or cropland) which surrounds the capital, and for one week only the 40-plus “peñas” (or federations) set up camp in the public parks and gardens offering typical local produce and dishes in open-air dining areas at affordable prices. This is not haute cuisine. These “tapas ...

Global Operational Transconductance Amplifiers Market 2019 Industry Insights and Major Players are Texas Instruments, ON Semiconductor, Intersil, NJR, Triad Semiconductor

The newly released research at Ricerca Alfa titled Global Operational Transconductance Amplifiers  Market Report” provides data, information, brief analysis, company profiles, statistics for past years. The projections featured in the report have been derived using proven research methodologies and assumptions. By doing so, the research report serves as a repository of analysis and information for every facet of the market, including but not limited to: regional markets, types, and applications. Request Sample: https://www.ricercaalfa.com/page/request-sample/36314/Operational-Transconductance-Amplifiers-market.html The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market. Some of the leading players in the global Operational Transconductance Amplifiers market are:Texas Instruments ON Semiconductor Intersil NJR Triad Semiconductor National Semiconductor Stromeko RCA NTE Electronics NXP Semiconductors On the basis of type, the global Operational Transconductance Amplifiers market is segmented into:High Output Current OTA Low Output Current OTA Based on application, the Operational Transconductance Amplifiers market is segmented into:Multiplexer Voltage Fo...

Family whose prized horse was killed when it fell through floor of ‘death trap’ lorry wins payout 

A family whose prized horse was killed when it fell through the floor of a ‘death trap’ £65,000 lorry have received a five-figure settlement. Carole Mutch was transporting eventer Gorsehill Echo to a friend’s farm when it fell through the horsebox’s 1.8cm plywood flooring in March 2015. The horse, thought to be worth £35,000, became trapped between the double wheels – breaking its leg and severing its hoof and had to be euthanized while still stuck inside the vehicle. Ms Mutch claims Alexanders Horseboxes, who built the £65,000 lorry, cut corners when fitting the 18mm wooden flooring without the correct support. Carole Mutch was transporting Gorsehill Echo when it fell through the horsebox’s 1.8cm plywood flooring in March 2015. Pictured: Ms Mutch with one of her horses  The horse, thought to be worth £35,000, became trapped between the double wheels – breaking its leg and severing its hoof and had to be euthanized while still stuck inside the lorry  Ms Mutch claims Alexanders Horseboxes, who built the £65,000 lorry (pictured), cut corners when fitting the 18mm wooden flooring without the correct support Ms Mutch, whose son Harry is a p...

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