Sharon Cohen and Nora Eckert Associated Press and Capital News Service Published 10:09 AM EDT Jun 18, 2019 The last time Tanna Jo Fillmore talked with her mother, she was in a Utah jail, angry, pleading and desperate. She’d called every day that past week, begging for help. I need my medicine, she demanded. I have to get out of here! she screamed. Fillmore was in the Duchesne County Jail on a charge of violating probation in a drug case; she had reportedly failed to report a change of address. At 25, she’d struggled with mental illness for years, but Xanax and hyperactivity medication had stabilized her. Now, she told her mother, the jail’s nurse was denying her those pills – and she couldn’t take it any longer. That November day, she phoned her mother, Melany Zoumadakis, three times over an hour. In their final conversation, Fillmore’s voice was raw with rage. She blamed her mom, a nurse herself, for not doing more. She threatened to kill … [Read more...] about Many US jails fail to stop inmate suicides
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Sharon Cohen and Nora Eckert, Associated Press and Capital News Service Updated 11:27 pm CDT, Monday, June 17, 2019 Many US jails fail to stop inmate suicides Medication withheld, cries for help ignored, routine checks neglected: With suicides a problem in many jails across the U.S., an AP/Capital News Service examination raises troubling questions about whether deaths could have been avoided. (June 18) Now Playing: Many US jails fail to stop inmate suicidesAD: Medication withheld, cries for help ignored, routine checks neglected: With suicides a problem in many jails across the U.S., an AP/Capital News Service examination raises troubling questions about whether deaths could have been avoided. (June 18) Media: Associated Press The last time Tanna Jo Fillmore talked with her mother, she was in a Utah jail, angry, pleading and desperate. She'd called every day that past week, begging for help. I need my medicine, she demanded. I have to get out of here! she … [Read more...] about AP Investigation: Many US jails fail to stop inmate suicides
Christine Ferretti The Detroit News Published 11:00 PM EDT Jun 2, 2019 Detroit — The city might slash its steep parking ticket fines by half. But there's a catch. It would only apply to Detroit residents. Detroit's City Council is considering a plan that would reduce $45 tickets for parking meter and no-parking-zone violations by 50% if city residents pay up within five days. City officials say the proposal aims to improve fine collections and give a break to residents of a city that's poverty rate is around 40 percent. But legal observers warn the plan would create trouble for the city and open it up to litigation. "It continues to be a barrier for Detroit residents, especially low-income residents needing to come downtown and transact business and partake in activities," Council President Pro Tem Mary Sheffield said. "This will provide some relief." To qualify for the discount, drivers must reside in Detroit and their vehicles must be … [Read more...] about Detroit weighs parking fine cuts, but only for residents
For reference: THE GOVERNMENT SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAMIndependence - Freedom - Happiness No. 02/NQ-CP Ha Noi, January 01, 2019 RESOLUTION Continued implementation of major tasks and solutions for improving the business environment and the national competitiveness in 2019 and orientation towards 2021 THE GOVERNMENT Pursuant to the Law on Organization of the Government dated June 19, 2015; Pursuant to Resolution No. 69/2018/QH14 dated April 12, 2016 of the National Assembly on the 5-year socio-economic development plan from 2016-2020; Resolution No. 48/2017/QH14 dated November 8, 2018 of the National Assembly on the socio-economic development plan for 2019; At the proposal of the Minister of Planning and Investment, DECIDES: I. EVALUATION OF THE SITUATION Thanks to implementation of the Government's annual Resolutions No. 19 on improving the business environment and the national competitiveness, ministries, agencies and localities have become increasingly aware … [Read more...] about Resolution on continued improvement of business environment (Resolution 02)
The John J. Burns Library occupies a grand neo-Gothic building on the leafy campus of Boston College. With its stone spires and stained glass, it looks very much like a church. The Jesuits who founded the university in 1863 did so to educate the children of poor immigrants who had fled the potato famine in Ireland. As Boston College grew and flourished over the next century and a half, it maintained close ties to the old country. With 250,000 volumes and some 16 million manuscripts, the Burns Library holds the most comprehensive collection of Irish political and cultural artifacts in the United States. The rarest and most valuable objects in the Burns Library are kept in a special enclosure known as the Treasure Room. It is a secure space, exactingly climate-controlled and outfitted with a state-of-the-art fire suppression system. The room is monitored by surveillance cameras and can be accessed only by entering a code on an electronic pad and turning a special key. The key must be … [Read more...] about Who killed Jean McConville? Did a secret archive at Boston College hold clues?