It was such a pleasure to meet you in person recently. I am writing to voice my opposition to Madison Metro passengers being allowed to carry weapons onto Madison Metro buses. The children of Madison use the buses to travel to and from school each day and it is unthinkable that they could find themselves surrounded with loaded guns.
“We are incredibly fortunate to work with an expert like Secretary , who can offer insight into so many of the key issues facing our industry,” said Garrett Mikita, president and chief executive officer, Proterra Inc. “He is a true and long standing supporter of cost effective and sustainable transportation and an advocate of both transit agencies and manufacturers. We look forward to having the benefit of his wisdom and counsel as we work to advance the American transportation system and enable better solutions for taxpayers in transit.”.
In this paper we highlight the need to explore the excessive significance given to the Paralympic Games as a vehicle for the encouragement of participation of people with a disability within sport. The media spectacle around the games that the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has worked tirelessly to develop has become, for policy makers and the public alike, a sufficient outlet for disability sport provision. We argue that the honourable goals of the IPC articulated through the ethos of Paralympism have been assumed to be valid for all people with a disability, yet in terms of widening participation, their utility is limited, as the Paralympics themselves are exclusionary.
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Let’s start with our role, as Public Health Madison Dane County. We’ve created a team that evaluates complaints about noncompliance with the Order. Complaints and concerns should not be sent to law enforcement. Yes and you can argue over cherry picked verses all day long with believers but I think it misses the forest for the trees. The real question is why should we believe what the Bible says is true and if there is a god how do we know it’s his word? Most Christians will end up using the Bible to prove the Bible is true. There are many arguments for the existence of god.