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New York State Government

New York State Government

NewsPlexus Media
Apr 2, 2020
Despite the governor’s predictions that New York would be able to pass a budget on time, even as the coronavirus pandemic was taking hold and wreaking havoc on the legislative process in Albany, it is clear that state lawmakers will not have a spending plan in time for fiscal year 2020-21 — which began Wednesday.

Politics

Politics

Valentina Vang
Mar 24, 2020
Many Americans are worried today about the coronavirus. In fact, it has affected thousands of Americans either health wise or financially! Trump set a new date for ending the "social-distancing" restrictions by April 12th, Easter Day. He was also able to bill out the stimulus deal on sending out the coronavirus test kits to many hospitals in the United States, and giving away about $1,200 to people being unemployed during this epidemic. This was able to come through by the nations coming together and agreeing what is best for our people.

Education

Education

Elizabeth Yang
Mar 20, 2020
In just two weeks, my life completely changed due to the declaration of Coronavirus being a global pandemic. I write this to highlight my concerns, but also for others who are impacted by this too.

Education

Education

Elizabeth Yang
Mar 24, 2020
This post covers what Coronavirus is, its origins, and the current situations at Italy and the U.S., specifically Wisconsin.

Affirmation from The Bible

Affirmation from The Bible

Valentina Vang
Mar 22, 2020
I want to reach out to teenagers, specifically new believers, to understand the decision you make should follow Jesus and the basics of your new faith. It's easy to stray away from God, which can lead you into the wrong direction. That is why going into the right direction is always more hard and challenging because you have to deserve your spot. Don't take these lessons as a chore though, it's more of a life guidance, such as how to be successful.

Culture

Culture

Valentina Vang
Mar 22, 2020
Ethics is definitely a must have for everyone's life. As I think about morality in my everyday life, I also question how I can apply ethics into my career dream; becoming a Child's Psychologist. There are many things when it comes down to what is right and wrong, therefore, we depend on our own beliefs and ethics to decide on what is the right thing for us or others to do. It can be about something as small or big, like what your morning routine consist of, or how to deal with problems at work.

New York State Government

New York State Government

NewsPlexus Media
Mar 17, 2020
The total number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases in New York state climbed to 950 on Monday afternoon. In response, the state has closed schools; modified election law; closed restaurants, theaters, casinos and gyms until further notice; increased testing; and exhorted the federal administration to employ greater resources to combat the spread of the virus.

New York State Government

New York State Government

NewsPlexus Media
Mar 13, 2020
Earlier this week, the state Senate passed the School Voter Registration Access Program. The bill, sponsored by Sen. Shelley Mayer, D-White Plains, chair of the Senate Education Committee, is meant to help address low youth voter registration and participation rates by engaging students and educating them on their civic duty.

Politics

Politics

Valentina Vang
Mar 10, 2020
Rehabilitation is the solution into making our world a better place because it works on making the mind and soul healthier, which is the component to how we affect others in our daily lives. “Learning to face reality, refusing refuge in cliches and lies, fighting to find a way out that's what rehab is about.” by Antonio Bird.

New York State Government

New York State Government

NewsPlexus Media
Feb 28, 2020
The state comptroller has announced that his auditors have found $11.7 million more in inappropriate payments made to private preschool special education providers in New York, continuing a statewide investigation that has uncovered close to $100 million in misspent taxpayers funds resulting from fraud and mismanagement over the last decade — funding that was meant to support 3- and 4-year-olds with special needs.