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  • List of Goods and Services to St Louis refugees

    06/20/2016 2:13:54 PM PDT · by Pollard · 21 replies
    the following link is to the pdf found at the url for the article iistl.org/pdf/good_services.pdf Minimum Required Client Goods and Services Provided within 90 Days Required Goods Housing Unit Requirements: Safe, sanitary and affordable housing Housing in accordance with locally accepted standardsAppropriate number of bedrooms or sleeping areasAccessible emergency escape routesFire extinguishers where requiredWorking locks on all windows and outside doorsWorking smoke detectorsWindows in working orderAdequate heat, ventilation, lighting and hot/cold running water; electrical fixturesStove, oven and refrigerator in good repairBathroom with sink, flush toilet and shower or bathEasily accessible storage or disposal facility for garbageNo evidence of current rodent...
  • Human rights center adds water stations as migrant deaths rise

    06/20/2016 3:02:53 PM PDT · by SMGFan · 20 replies
    Valley Morningstar ^ | June 19, 2016
    NEAR FALFURRIAS — The sun blazed Tuesday afternoon as Eddie Canales and Anna Ibarra of the South Texas Human Rights Center took turns striking a three-foot metal rod into the ground with a sledge hammer for the first of 12 new water stations. “Today is important for us because this is the first time we are allowed to set these stations up in this particular ranch,” said Canales, who allowed The Monitor to ride along with him on the condition the name of the ranch was not disclosed. As the heat index climbed to over 110 degrees, Canales, 68, and...
  • Learn from the fall of Rome, US warned

    08/13/2007 5:35:11 PM PDT · by Sir_Humphrey · 75 replies · 2,267+ views
    Financial Times ^ | August 14, 2007 | By Jeremy Grant
    The US government is on a “burning platform” of unsustainable policies and practices with fiscal deficits, chronic healthcare underfunding, immigration and overseas military commitments threatening a crisis if action is not taken soon, the country’s top government inspector has warned. David Walker, comptroller general of the US, issued the unusually downbeat assessment of his country’s future in a report that lays out what he called “chilling long-term simulations”. These include “dramatic” tax rises, slashed government services and the large-scale dumping by foreign governments of holdings of US debt. Drawing parallels with the end of the Roman empire, Mr Walker warned...