The options are: a ban on the import and export of hunting trophies from certain species; stricter requirements to demonstrate clear benefits to conservation and local communities before hunting trophies from certain species are allowed in or out of the UK; a ban on all hunting trophies entering or leaving the UK; or continuing with the status quo. … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson renews promise to ban imports of trophy hunting to Britain
Why hunting does not help conservation
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“This is not the first time we’ve seen the spread of a strain of the coronavirus disease,” center officials stated on their website. “No cases of transfusion-transmission were ever reported for the other two coronaviruses, SARS and MERS-CoV, that emerged during the past two decades.” … [Read more...] about Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office staffers help boost blood supply during COVID-19
Cramer had already opened up a 12-point lead in the polls before Heitkamp announced she would vote no on Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh was confirmed by a final tally of 50-48. (RELATED: Midterm Elections Are About ‘Results Vs. Resistance,’ Says House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy) … [Read more...] about Republican US Senate Challenger Kevin Cramer Explains How The Kavanaugh Fight Helped Pull Away From Democrat Heidi Heitkamp
Dealing with an abrupt, damaging financial event like a cut in your working hours is difficult enough. Doing so in the middle of a global pandemic, as new cases of COVID-19 emerge daily and major U.S. cities essentially shut down, can be overwhelming. But if that’s where you are now or fear you soon could be, using your credit cards strategically could help you get through. To be sure, credit cards come with their own costs, risks, and limitations. It’s possible to rack up high-interest debt, which can put you in a more precarious financial situation. If you’re already feeling the squeeze from credit card debt, adding more might not be an option. Seeing if you qualify for a credit card hardship program instead could be a good move. Credit cards can keep someone afloat for only so long. The debt eventually has to be repaid, so they’re not a solution to a permanent loss of income. But when you’re faced with a short-term disruption to your earning power … [Read more...] about Ways in which your credit cards can help you overcome a crisis