• Success of K-pop, ‘Parasite’ is no coincidence: CISAC Director General
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    Success of K-pop, ‘Parasite’ is no coincidence: CISAC Director General

    shiftingfocus the International Confederation of societies of authors and composers represents four million musicians lyricists film directors screenwriters visual artists and other creators in 121 countries and our kang-hyun who sat down with the confederations director-general to discuss copyright protection in the digital world and the global success of kpop and the movie parasite hello mr. Warren thanks for doing this interview with us today thanks for having me now according to a report by SESAC global royalty collections for music Hiep record nine point four billion u.s. dollars in 2018 what does that mean for the music industry yes so what it means is that the industry is growing…

  • 2020 WA Legislative Session Weekly Digest – Week 4
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    2020 WA Legislative Session Weekly Digest – Week 4

    Hi, my name is Dave Mastin and I’m the executive director of government relations at OSPI. This is our legislative weekly update we’re doing Were doing this throughout the 2020 legislative session— trying to give you a little bit more insight and provide a little bit more information about how the education and the political process— how they work together Actually, this week is the cutoff. It’s called the policy cutoff week which means all the bills that legislators have been hearing in the house and in the Senate they now need to move out of those committees or they’re dead for the year and so this is a pretty…

  • Andrew Willis running for Congress in Michigan signs term limits pledge
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    Andrew Willis running for Congress in Michigan signs term limits pledge

    I’m Andrew Jackson Willis. I’m running for United States Congress in the district of Michigan. And one of my great concerns is that the people are truly represented as it is intended by the United States Constitution. I’m running my campaign based on taking no more than two $20 from any individual or entity and that is with the hope to make it very clear that nobody owns a bigger piece of me than the person who can afford just $20. And I see this term limits commitment in line with that statement. I think that this limits the power of incumbency and all of the kinds of things that…

  • State Government Finance Division  2/13/20
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    State Government Finance Division 2/13/20

    >>THE 8 O’CLOCK CALL THE MEETING OF STATE GOVERNMENT FINANCE DIVISION TO ORDER AND WELCOME BACK MEMBERS. HOPE WE ALL HAD A GOOD. A GOOD SUMMER ARM AND ALSO TO REMIND EVERYBODY THAT MONDAY EVENING. WE’VE GOT TO THE NOTICE WENT OUT; BUT WE HAVE IN THE UN AFTER SESSION; WE’LL HAVE A SPECIAL A BILL GOT REFERRED TO US THAT WE NEED TO GET REFERRED TO AS THAT. WELL BILL IS GOING TO BE AND YOU’RE FERTILE TO US THANK YOU IT’S GOING TO DEBT THAT WE HAVE TO GET MOVED OUT SALT. THE NAFTA SAID SO ALONG WITH THAT ALL WEEK. TAKEN THE ROLE ALL. FOR SUMMER STUDY…

  • Teaching Civic Education (Entire Meeting)
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    Teaching Civic Education (Entire Meeting)

    >>All of our hearts before we start I think it’s important that we have the committee. Briefly introduce themselves, their name and of course where they’re from and we also have a couple new a committee staff that will need to introduce that will start. We also have a couple of visitors at the table here to first will start with our committee members. I’m it will start right over here with senator weaker the minority leader.>>Thank you Madam Chair, my name is Chuck weaker and the minority lead. Always in Maplewood I represent several communities in the East Metro suburban here. State senator Paul Anderson representing plummet minute talk…

  • Senator Janet Petersen Challenges the Iowa Constitutional Amendment
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    Senator Janet Petersen Challenges the Iowa Constitutional Amendment

    Do either of you guys have any opening comments? Yeah I have a number of questions. First off it looks like the bill’s sponsor is Senator Brad Zaun. Did he give you any indication of why he was bringing the bill forward today? I have not talked to Senator Zaun about the bill. What type of abortion does this legislation cover? I I think what it does is, I think it would probably cover all types of abortion. There are exceptions in there where it’s medically necessary if it’s medically necessary procedure to save the life of a mother that the requirements and the bill would apply. So would spontaneous…

  • People Behind Our Research: Ann Stowe and Understanding Stroke Recovery
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    People Behind Our Research: Ann Stowe and Understanding Stroke Recovery

    I actually am a very non-traditional student. My undergraduate degree was a Bachelor of Fine Arts in art history. And I also was a pre-med because it couldn’t decide between science or art history. I took a year off of school to try to decide whether I would go art history or science and ultimately, I decided on pursuing a doctorate in biomedical research because it was more creative, from a designing my own experiments point of view. My doctorate was in a non-human primate model of stroke looking at how the brain rewires to support recovery. As a little bit of background stroke can occur in the brain when…

  • Trading Volatility with Scott Bauer | Twitch #25
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    Trading Volatility with Scott Bauer | Twitch #25

    [MUSIC PLAYING] Hello, everybody. Welcome once again to TD Ameritrade on Twitch. I am Anthony Panzeca joined by my co-host. Bill Ruby. How are you doing, Bill? Pretty good. How are you doing, Anthony? Well, the market’s at another all time high. It seems like it’s just like– Par for the course. Aren’t we like at another– I mean, it just seems like every week it’s the same show over again– all time high, all time high, all time high. Coronavirus fears. Don’t worry about it. Just keep pushing, pushing, pushing. Yeah. We were talking about that today on “Fast Market,” and like those coronavirus fears are like– they seems…

  • Social, Emotional, and Behavior Universal Screener
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    Social, Emotional, and Behavior Universal Screener

    Is there someone who would like to read? Let’s start with number 17. Sanjay has 8 cups of ice cream. He needs 1/4 a cup of ice cream for each milk shake. I know my kids. I really take pride in that. Social-emotional learning has always been something I’ve been passionate about. Alright, can you turn to someone near you and give them a gentle high-five. (clap) Don’t forget Aiden. He was stuck in the middle there. This is a tool that can help us to do what we need to do in a more deliberate intentional streamlined way. There were a couple surprises, kiddos that I now keep an…

  • Lawmakers pass welfare verification bill along party lines | @ISSUE | MPB
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    Lawmakers pass welfare verification bill along party lines | @ISSUE | MPB

    [MUSIC] HELLO, I’M WILSON STRIBLING. WELCOME TO ANOTHER EDITION OF @ ISSUE WERE WE DISCUSS AND DEBATE THE ISSUES FACING THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI AND HOW THESE ISSUES IMPACT YOU. THAT ISSUE TONIGHT, A BILL PASSED BY THE SENATE THAT WOULD ALLOW THE STATE AUDITOR TO EXAMINE THE TAX RETURNS OF PEOPLE WHO RECEIVE FEDERAL BENEFITS LIKE MEDICAID FIRST FOOD STAMPS. WERE PUBLICANS IN THE JOSH HARKINS AUTHORED THE BILL AND IS CHAIRMAN OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE. THE BILL WAS DEBATED FOR MORE THAN AN HOUR ON THE SENATE FLOOR. LET’S TAKE A LOOK.>>SO THIS WILL GIVE US A WAY TO DETERMINE TRUE ELIGIBILITY WE CURRENTLY DO NOT HAVE.>>CORRECT. IT…