Reforms. Latest news

Reforms

  1. Gang use of assault rifles emphasizes need for CPD reform

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: In the last two weekends, over 80 people have been shot in Chicago, including 14…
  2. France's Emmanuel Macron hold reins of a reform parliament

    Dw.com - Europe 06.19 / 21:27 dw.com
    Never before in France's history has there been such radical yet democratic change in the political elite as the landslide election victory of En Marche. President Emmanuel Macron’s movement now controls p…
  3. France's Emmanuel Macron hold reins of a reform parliament

    Dw.com - Business 06.19 / 21:27 dw.com
    Never before in France's history has there been such radical yet democratic change in the political elite as the landslide election victory of En Marche. President Emmanuel Macron’s movement now controls p…
  4. Dixon effort spotlights call for Illinois mental health and substance abuse reforms

    Wqad.com - Iowa 06.19 / 21:18 wqad.com
    "When somebody is newly ill, they're more likely to be receptive to treatment," said Mary Brokaw, detailing her son's struggles with mental…
  5. Health Reform Uncertainty May Impact Rates For Hoosiers

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 06.19 / 20:58 wmot.org
    Indiana health insurers will file their 2018 rates this week for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace but uncertainty about the future of health care reform may play into price and availability for the roughly 150,000 Hoosiers in the system. Beverly Knight is self-employed. She was able to have a double knee-surgery because she is covered under the ACA.  Shes worried about rate hikes. If President Trumps plan to sabotage the ACA succeeds, and premiums skyrocket as many expect, …
  6. Emmanuel Macron's reform parliament in France

    Dw.com - Business 06.19 / 20:31 dw.com
    Never before in France's history has there been such radical yet democratic change in the political elite as the landslide election victory of En Marche. President Emmanuel Macron’s movement now controls p…
  7. Emmanuel Macron's reform parliament in France

    Dw.com - Europe 06.19 / 20:31 dw.com
    Never before in France's history has there been such radical yet democratic change in the political elite as the landslide election victory of En Marche. President Emmanuel Macron’s movement now controls p…
  8. Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Mulls Energy Price Reforms

    Albawaba.com - Middle Easte 06.19 / 20:22 albawaba.com
    The Saudi Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources Khalid Al Falih said the ministry works with the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) on energy price reform process, as the ministry asks to revise and reevaluate the energy price in order to achieve the financial balancing program 2020. © Copyright 2017 The Saudi Gazette. All Rights Reserved. …
  9. Paul Ryan optimistic on tax reform prospects this year: source

    Rawstory.com - U.S. 06.19 / 19:48 rawstory.com
    The top Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives is expected to reassure business leaders on Tuesday that tax reform is on track for this year, despite repeated delays and a string of political distractions from President Donald Trump. In what is billed as a major speech, House Speaker Paul…
  10. Major Reforms Promised in New Armenian Government Program

    Armenianweekly.com - World 06.19 / 18:54 armenianweekly.com
    YEREVAN (A.W.)—An extraordinary Cabinet meeting was held in Yerevan on June 19, during which a new government program (2017-2022) was introduced and approved. A scene from the June 19 Cabinet meeting (Photo: Press Office of the Government of Armenia) According to a press statement released by Armenian Prime Minsiter Karen Karapetyan’s office, the program will soon be submitted to the National Assembly (Parliament). Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for International Economic Integration and R…
  11. The Rat’s Nest of Property-Tax Reform in Texas

    Sacurrent.com - San Antonio 06.19 / 18:22 www.sacurrent.com
    Nobody likes paying more property taxes on his home, right? What if, instead of ponying up more loot year after year, which has become a statewide custom, residential property owners paid fewer taxes to their local appraisal district? That would be what constituents want,…
  12. Mexico oil reform advances with first private well in 80 years

    Worldoil.com - Mexico 06.19 / 16:52 worldoil.com
    For the first time in almost 80 years, a private company has sunk a new offshore oil well in Mexican waters -- the latest step in the country’s drive to allow foreign competitors back into its energy m…
  13. Macron to forge ahead with pro-EU reforms after French election victory

    Thenational.ae - Europe 06.19 / 16:15 thenational.ae
    PARIS // French president Emmanuel Macron was poised to forge ahead with pro-EU, business-friendly reforms on Monday after his centrist party redrew the country's political map with a victory in parliamentary elections.Although it fell short of a predicted landslide, Mr Macron's Republique en Marche (Republic on the Move) party and its centrist ally, MoDem, won 350 seats in the 577-seat National Assembly after Sunday's run-off…
  14. Trudeau Liberals To Introduce Bills To Reform Access To Information, Security Measures

    OTTAWA – The Trudeau government plans to cap the spring sitting of Parliament with long-awaited legislation on Access to Information and national security – bills unlikely to be debated by MPs in a serious way until the fall. With just days left before MPs are slated to retreat to their ridings for the summer, the bills will – at the very least – signal the government's intention to fulfil key promises. The government had promised an initial wave of changes to the Access to Information Ac…
  15. Wyoming Toads Begin To Recover As States Seek Endangered Species Act Reforms

    Wbaa.org - Medecine 06.19 / 15:54 wbaa.org
    The Endangered Species Act is facing a growing number of calls for significant reform. Momentum in Congress and in western states is building to give states more of a say when making changes to the landmark regulation that protects about 1,600 animal and plant species, and their habitats. Animals like the Wyoming toad. Back in 1985, there were only 16 of these palm-sized amphibians left at the Mortenson Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Laramie, Wyo. Today, thanks to a 30-year collaboration…
  16. ECB's Weidmann praises Macron's reform vision

    Thestar.com.my - World 06.19 / 15:37 thestar.com.my
    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Euro zone countries gave up their reform agendas when the bloc's crisis abated, prolonging the continent's recovery process, but signals from French President Emmanuel Macron point in the right direction, Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann said on…
  17. Wyoming Toads Rebound As States Seek Endangered Species Act Reforms

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 06.19 / 15:34 kwit.org
    The Endangered Species Act is facing a growing number of calls for significant reform. Momentum in Congress and in western states is building to give states more of a say when making changes to the landmark regulation that protects about 1,600 animal and plant species, and their habitats. Animals like the Wyoming toad. Back in 1985, there were only 16 of these palm-sized amphibians left at the Mortenson Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Laramie, Wyo. Today, thanks to a 30-year collaboration…
  18. Wyoming Toads Rebound As States Seek Endangered Species Act Reforms

    Ktep.org - Music 06.19 / 15:34 ktep.org
    The Endangered Species Act is facing a growing number of calls for significant reform. Momentum in Congress and in western states is building to give states more of a say when making changes to the landmark regulation that protects about 1,600 animal and plant species, and their habitats. Animals like the Wyoming toad. Back in 1985, there were only 16 of these palm-sized amphibians left at the Mortenson Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Laramie, Wyo. Today, thanks to a 30-year collaboration…
  19. Wyoming Toads Rebound As States Seek Endangered Species Act Reforms

    Kawc.org - Colorado (CO) 06.19 / 15:33 kawc.org
    The Endangered Species Act is facing a growing number of calls for significant reform. Momentum in Congress and in western states is building to give states more of a say when making changes to the landmark regulation that protects about 1,600 animal and plant species, and their habitats. Animals like the Wyoming toad. Back in 1985, there were only 16 of these palm-sized amphibians left at the Mortenson Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Laramie, Wyo. Today, thanks to a 30-year collaboration…
  20. Liberals to introduce bills to reform Access to Information and national security laws

    Cbc.ca - Politics 06.19 / 15:30 www.cbc.ca
    The Trudeau government plans to cap the spring sitting of Parliament with long-awaited legislation on Access to Information and national security — bills unlikely to be debated by MPs in a serious way until the f…