Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb SANITRON® UV Water Purifiers Have Been Granted NSF Certification 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Atlantic Ultraviolet Corporation® (AUV) announces receipt of NSF® International certification for 3 of its SANITRON® ultraviolet water purifiers, for compliance with NSF®/ANSI 61 and 372 — Drinking Water System Component— Health Effects and Lead Content. HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. (PRWEB) December 05, 2019 Atlantic Ultraviolet Corporation® (AUV) announces receipt of NSF® International certification for 3 of its SANITRON® ultraviolet water purifiers, for compliance with NSF®/ANSI 61 and 372 - Drinking Water System Component- Health Effects and … [Read more...] about SANITRON® UV Water Purifiers Have Been Granted NSF Certification
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A big push is under way to achieve U.S. approval for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), the new NAFTA, but important gaps remain between the parties. The most recent deadline goal appears to be congressional action by Dec. 20, at the latest. Missing that deadline could delay approval until 2021 and leave the continent’s economies under a cloud of uncertainty. Approving the USMCA could bring a needed economic boost to the millions of jobs supported by commerce with America’s two largest trade partners.Negotiations between Democrats in the House of Representatives and the United States Trade Representative (USTR) appear to have made substantial progress on key issues where the Democrats seek changes — labor rights, environmental protections, shorter intellectual property protections for biologic drugs, and stronger enforcement mechanisms, especially on labor issues where Democrats worry about Mexico’s performance.ADVERTISEMENTFinal … [Read more...] about USMCA: So near, or just too far?
Rudy Giuliani at the 2016 Republican National Convention. Photo: Brooks Kraft/Corbis via Getty Images Things that now seem inevitable often came first as surprises, and if you look back at the campaign, Rudy Giuliani’s unhinged, grasping embrace of Donald Trump was in fact slow and cautious — at least at first. This evolution (or devolution) over the course of this latest election almost functions as something of a stand-in for Rudy’s career: a long arc of slowly moving rightward over the decades, from district attorney to America’s mayor to Fox News talking head. Then, suddenly, with a snarling acceleration, emerging on the national stage someone who looks almost unrecognizable as the same politician who, on 9/11, ached alongside a diverse city and a frightened country in shock. Now, instead, he was haranguing his enemies with vicious personal attacks, race baiting, denying reality alongside the same conspiracy theorists who doubted the 9/11 attacks. He was … [Read more...] about The Mystery of Rudy Giuliani’s Moral Decline Isn’t Such a Mystery at All
(CNN)More immigration judges will begin conducting hearings over video conferencing at tent courts along the US-Mexico border, raising concerns among lawyers about transparency in the immigration process. Earlier this year, the Trump administration erected facilities in Laredo and Brownsville, Texas, to serve as makeshift courts for migrants seeking asylum in the United States who have been returned to Mexico until their court date. The judges in these cases are not at the tent facility but preside by teleconference from other immigration courts several miles away. As of mid-September, there were 19 judges from three separate immigration courts in Texas hearing cases. But the latest expansion includes the use of immigration judges assigned to a center in Fort Worth, Texas, that is closed to the public, leaving little opportunity for people to observe hearings. Confusion and frustration in tent courts along the Texas border "I'm just very concerned that there will be no … [Read more...] about More immigration judges to be assigned to cases at tent facilities
Members of the press covering the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton in February 1998. Photo: MARIO TAMA/AFP via Getty Images During initial intra-Republican discussions of a possible Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump, the president reportedly favored quick disposal of articles of impeachment by an immediate motion-to-dismiss. When Republican senators objected to that idea on grounds that it looked like they weren’t taking their constitutional duties seriously, the White House agreed to compromise last month, according to the Washington Post: A group of Republican senators and senior White House officials met privately Thursday to map out a strategy for a potential impeachment trial of President Trump, including rapid proceedings in the Senate that could be limited to about two weeks, according to multiple officials familiar with the talks….Even a two-week trial could run counter to what Trump has expressed privately. The president is … [Read more...] about Trump Warms to Idea of a Long Impeachment Show Trial