SOME SENIORS GETTING WET AND LOVING IT (VIDEO)

For the residents at the Oaks at Northpointe in Zanesville, Ohio, 2019 was a summer to remember. On June 7, the staff set up a senior’s slip and slide for the residents, and the iconic outing went viral on social media.

An Incredibly Fun Senior’s Slip and Slide

The video depicts 94-year-old Millie enjoying Senior Health and Wellness Day, going down the water slide with the assistance of several staff members. According Good Morning America Altier said that 30 of the residents joined the event. While many of the facility’s 98 residents chose not to join, Millie was the oldest participant.


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KAMALA HARRIS PAST RULES STRUCK DOWN BY SCOTUS


Supreme Court delivers defeat to Harris with donor-privacy decision

Former California attorney general sued over the pursuit of confidential donor lists

Her name is no longer on the case, but Vice President Kamala Harris suffered a Supreme Court smackdown last week when the justices toppled California’s donor-disclosure requirement for charities.

As California attorney general, Ms. Harris turned up the heat on charitable nonprofits by insisting that they submit to her office the names of leading donors, then threatening to levy fines and suspend their state registrations if the groups refused to comply.

“It all started when her office demanded that we turn over the names and contact information of our major donors, which we felt was private and confidential, and we were ready to make a constitutional issue of it,” said Richard Thompson, president and chief counsel of the Thomas More Law Center, one of two plaintiffs.


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GAVIN NEWSOME WANTS EXEMPTION FROM HIS OWN LAW

Hearing 7/9/21 On Gov. Newsom Lawsuit Against SOS to Get Party ID on Recall Ballot

Newsom blew the deadline on a statute he signed into law in 2019

As the Globe reported last week, Governor Gavin Newsom filed a lawsuit against California Secretary of State Shirley Weber Monday asking the court to require the Secretary of State print Newsom’s political party on the recall ballots, after neglecting to file the proper party notice 16 months ago.

“Lawmakers who are the subject of a recall have the option to file a notice of party preference after the recall notice is first submitted, which for Newsom would have been 16 months ago in February 2020,” the Globe reported. “However, he didn’t file a notice with the Secretary of State’s office until June 19, 2021, well over a year past the deadline. Newsom’s team asked for the party to be listed on the ballot due to it being a ‘good faith mistake,’ but Secretary Weber stuck with the law.”

Before Senate Bill 151 passed and was signed by Newsom in 2019, politicians targeted in recalls were not allowed to have their party next to their names.

Newsom missed the deadline for requiring the Secretary of State to do so by 16 months.


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