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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Texas Newsletter for Sunday February 11, 2024 ( 50 items )  

11 leading stroke scientists to receive American Stroke Association honors
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 6 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: PHOENIX, Feb. 6, 2024 - Eleven scientists leading the way in stroke research will be recognized during the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference 2024 for their exceptional professional achievements. The meeting will be held in Phoenix, Feb. 7-9, and is a world premier meeting for researchers and clinicians dedicated to the science of stroke and brain health.  more

3 schools win national NFL PLAY 60 grants for movement moments
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 8 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Announced during the NFL PLAY 60 Super Bowl LVIII Fitness Break Broadcast which aired virtually in classrooms earlier today, three schools have been recognized as national grant winners in the NFL PLAY 60 Movement Moment Matchups, a series that invited classrooms across the country to get active with the 32 NFL clubs throughout the fall. The winners are Beasley Elementary School in  more

AI-based system to guide stroke treatment decisions may help prevent another stroke
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 8 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Research Highlights: An artificial intelligence (AI) system to help guide treatment decisions for stroke patients led to improved stroke care quality and fewer recurrent strokes, heart attacks and vascular death among stroke survivors three months after a stroke. The study, conducted in hospitals in China, compared artificial intelligence-based evaluation and treatment for ische  more

America First Legal, Serving as Co-Counsel to the State of Texas, Announces Important Procedural Win in Lawsuit Against the Biden Administration's 'Asylum Officer' Rule
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 -- The America First Legal, a civil rights organization, issued the following news release on Feb. 8, 2024: Today, America First Legal (AFL) announced that the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas denied the Biden Administration's attempt to stop a critical lawsuit filed against a key open-borders regulation, one that served as a model for portions of the recent legislation introduced in the Senate. With this hurdle being cleared, the lawsuit filed by the St  more

American Bankers Association: Trade Associations Sue Regulators for Exceeding Statutory Authority in New Community Reinvestment Act Rules
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 -- The American Bankers Association issued the following news release on Feb. 5, 2024: The American Bankers Association, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Independent Community Bankers of America, Texas Bankers Association, Independent Bankers Association of Texas, Amarillo Chamber of Commerce and Longview Chamber of Commerce today filed a lawsuit in the Northern District of Texas against the Federal Reserve, FDIC and OCC for exceeding their statutory authority and acting arbitra  more

APCIA Announces Award Winners Among 2024 Class of Emerging Leaders
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 -- The American Property Casualty Insurance Association issued the following news release: The American Property Casualty Insurance Association (APCIA) announced special award winners among the 2024 Class of Emerging Leaders during the Emerging Leaders Conference in San Antonio, Texas. This year, 13 individuals were recognized among a class of 201 insurance professionals with an award for their exceptional work and outstanding impact in 2023. "I am thrilled to congratulate t  more

Austin, Texas and Idaho Falls, Idaho Top Milken Institute's 2024 Annual Ranking of Best-Performing Cities
LOS ANGELES, California, Feb. 7 -- The Milken Institute issued the following news release: Austin, Texas has demonstrated the best performance among large cities, according to the 2024 Milken Institute Best-Performing Cities (BPC) Index, taking the top spot after an impressive three-year run by Provo-Orem, Utah. Among small cities, Idaho Falls, Idaho maintained the first position this year after earning the same spot in last year's rankings. These cities' rankings were fostered by strong job an  more

Blocking artery supplying the brain covering after subdural hematoma reduced repeat surgery
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 9 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Research Highlights: In the EMBOLISE clinical trial, obstructing (or blocking) an artery that supplies blood to the dura, the protective covering of the brain, along with surgery to remove pooled blood reduced the chances by nearly 3-fold that blood would reaccumulate and require additional surgery. According to researchers, complications related to the embolization procedure wer  more

Blood thinners added to clot-busting medication did not improve stroke outcomes
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 7 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Research Highlights: Although giving blood thinners along with clot-busting medication may help in treating heart attacks, it did not improve 90-day outcomes in people with clot-caused strokes. Enrollment in a large clinical trial, which had been planned to include more than 1,200 patients with ischemic stroke (clot-caused stroke), was halted after an independent data and safety  more

Cathedral High School in Indianapolis Announced as 2024 Recipient of the NFF Hatchell Cup, Presented by "The Original" Bob's Steak & Chop House
IRVING, Texas, Feb. 7 -- The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame issued the following news release on Feb. 6, 2024: The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame announced today that Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, Indiana, has been named the 2023-24 recipient of the NFF Hatchell Cup, presented by "The Original" Bob's Steak & Chop House. The award recognizes the Fighting Irish as the top high school football team in the nation for excellence in the class  more

CEP APPLAUDS TEXAS A&M FOR DECISION TO CUT TIES WITH QATAR
NEW YORK, Feb. 10 -- The Counter Extremism Project issued the following news release on Feb. 9, 2024: Today Counter Extremism Project (CEP) Chief Executive Officer Ambassador Mark D. Wallace commended Texas A&M University for its decision to close down its flagship campus in Doha's Education City. Ambassador Wallace stated: "Qatar's global isolation is rightly increasing every day. Texas A&M should be roundly applauded for rejecting sponsorship from a global funder of terrorism. Remaining uni  more

CFA Condemns Recent Texas Lawsuit to Vacate New CRA Rules
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 -- The Consumer Federation of America issued the following news release: The Consumer Federation of America condemns the recent Texas lawsuit filed by banking industry groups, which seeks to vacate the new Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) rules. Sharon Cornelissen, CFA's Director of Housing, reacts: "It is disappointing to see the banking trade associations try to undermine the modernized CRA rule, which was the result of years of interagency collaboration, thousands of pub  more

Clean Fuels Alliance America: Globally Recognized Trailblazers Awarded for Advancing Clean Fuels
FORT WORTH, Texas, Feb. 7 -- Clean Fuels Alliance America issued the following news release: The Clean Fuels Conference once again serves as the epicenter for innovation and sustainability within the energy sector as it celebrates the exceptional achievements of industry leaders and visionaries this week. The annual Clean Fuels Awards honor the outstanding contributions of a diverse group of individuals and organizations who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing biodiesel, renewable diese  more

Club for Growth PAC Endorses Brandon Gill in TX-26 Race
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 -- Club for Growth PAC issued the following news release: Club for Growth PAC has endorsed Brandon Gill in Texas' 26th Congressional District. In addition to Club for Growth PAC, conservative champions across the country are rallying behind Gill in the race. President Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz have both endorsed Brandon Gill for the seat. "Brandon Gill is a free market economic conservative who is committed to cutting federal spending, lowering taxes, and eliminating sp  more

Dr. Raulas Krusnauskas From Harvard Medical School Awarded $90,000 Knights Templar Eye Foundation Grant for Inherited Retinal Degenerations Research
FLOWER MOUND, Texas, Feb. 8 -- Knights Templar Eye Foundation issued the following news: Dr. Raulas Krusnauskas from Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Ocular Genomics Institute, Harvard Medical School located in Boston, Massachusetts was awarded a $90,000 grant for the research entitled: Proof of concept for twin prime editing of RP1 mutations for inherited retinal degenerations. Vision relies on the efficient conversion of light entering the eye into electrical signals by specialized cells of the re  more

Former U.S. surgeons general urge Biden administration to act on menthol cigarettes
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 9 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Former U.S. Surgeons General under Democratic and Republican administrations, Regina Benjamin, M.D., MBA, and Jerome Adams, M.D., MPH, are urging the Biden administration to prohibit the sale of menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars, a move that would save lives in Black communities and others targeted by the tobacco industry. "As former U.S. surgeons general, we call on the Bide  more

HACU and USDA announce 20 Minority-Serving Institutions selected for the USDA Agricultural Export Market Challenge
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Feb. 5 [Category: Education] -- The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities issued the following news release: HACU and USDA announce 20 Minority-Serving Institutions selected for the USDA Agricultural Export Market Challenge The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities and the United States Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agriculture Service have announced the selection of 20 minority-serving educational institutions to take part in the 2024 USDA Agr  more

HACU Webinar: Catalyzing Cultural Capital to Optimize Student Success Through Low-Cost, Short-Term Study Abroad Opportunities in Mexico
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Feb. 8 [Category: Education] -- The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities issued the following news release: The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities is hosting a webinar titled, "Catalyzing Cultural Capital to Optimize Student Success Through Low-Cost, Short-Term Study Abroad Opportunities in Mexico," on Feb. 28, 11:30 a.m. CT. This webinar, presented by Britt Rios-Ellis, M.S., Ph.D., executive vice president of academic affairs and provost at Oakl  more

HAR PRESIDENT & CEO BOB HALE ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT PLANS
HOUSTON, Texas, Jan. 30 -- The Houston Association of Realtors issued the following news release: * * * SUCCESSOR NAMED * * * Houston Association of Realtors (HAR) President and CEO Bob Hale, regarded as a pioneer in the U.S. residential real estate industry, has announced plans to retire in 2026, which will end 52 years of service to HAR, 37 of them at the helm. Hale is credited with making HAR, with its more than 51,000 members, one of the most innovative real estate associations in the c  more

HFTP Announces Inaugural Technology Investment Conference: HITEC-IC, Co-Located With HITEC 2024
AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 9 -- Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals issued the following news release on Feb. 8, 2024: The inaugural conference is scheduled for June 27-28 in Charlotte, N.C.; connecting the investment community with hospitality technology company executives. Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP(R)) announced the HITEC Investment Conference (HITEC-IC), a new event designed to connect hospitality technology company executives with the investment commu  more

Immigration Reform Law Institute: Victory Attack on Biden's Asylum Express Continues
WASHINGTON, Feb. 8 -- The Immigration Reform Law Institute issued the following news release on Feb. 7, 2024: Today, a Texas federal district court refused to dismiss a case against a new Biden Administration rule making asylum easier and faster than before. The rule seeks to achieve greater ease and speed in the asylum process by transferring the authority to make final grants of asylum from immigration judges, where it now resides, to the federal employees known as asylum officers. The Immigr  more

Immigration Reform: Operation Lone Star Challenge Tossed
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 -- The Immigration Reform Law Institute issued the following news release: Yesterday, a Texas federal district court dismissed a case in which illegal aliens challenged Texas's policy, in Operation Lone Star, of arresting, trying, and incarcerating illegal border-crossers for violating state criminal trespass statutes. The aliens claimed that their detention under this policy violates the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and that the program abridges their rights to  more

Join the Nation of Lifesavers at Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 6 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: The National Football League (NFL) and the American Heart Association want more people to be confident and capable when faced with a cardiac emergency, adding more people to the Association's Nation of Lifesavers(tm) movement, which intends to double survival rates by 2030. According to American Heart Association data, nine out of every ten of people who experience cardiac arrest o  more

KFF: New $2,000 Medicare Part D Cap Could Reduce Out-of-Pocket Drug Costs for Over One Million Beneficiaries Beginning Next Year, Including Tens of Thousands of Beneficiaries in Most States
SAN FRANCISCO, California, Feb. 9 (TNSres) -- KFF, an organization that says it focuses on health policy, issued the following news release: A KFF analysis shows that a new out-of-pocket spending cap in Medicare Part D could translate into savings for well over 1 million beneficiaries when it takes effect next year, including more than 100,000 people each in California, Florida and Texas, based on analyses of drug spending in 2021. The $2,000 cap, part of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, w  more

MADD Announces 2024 Board Leadership and New Directors
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 8 -- Mothers Against Drunk Driving issued the following news release: Mothers Against Drunk Driving(R) (MADD) is honored to welcome Jennifer Mitchell as the Chair of the National Board of Directors for 2024, along with new directors Carly Doshi, David Esmie and Natalie Furniss. The incoming leaders will help MADD address a staggering surge in drunk driving over the past decade, including a 28% increase in alcohol-related traffic fatalities since 2019. "Our board plays a lea  more

More than half million dollars in research grants awarded to understand No. 1 birth defect
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 7 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Five promising scientific researchers will advance their work to better understand and treat the most common birth defect in the U.S., congenital heart defects (CHDs), thanks to joint financial support from the American Heart Association and The Children's Heart Foundation's Congenital Heart Defect Research Awards program. To date, the American Heart Association, celebrating 100 y  more

National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame: Opportunities Abound
IRVING, Texas, Feb. 9 -- The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame issued the following news release on Feb. 8, 2024: The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame highlighted today that five NFF High School Showcases in Houston, Arizona, Southern California, South Florida, and an inaugural event in Nevada will take place between Feb. 10 and March 9. The five events will provide hundreds of high school seniors from across the nation a chance to earn grants-in-aid  more

National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame: Six With Manning Passing Academy Connections Head to the Super Bowl
IRVING, Texas, Feb. 6 -- The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame issued the following news release on Feb. 5, 2024: The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame highlighted today that six players with connections to the Manning Passing Academy will appear on the rosters or sidelines for Super Bowl LVIII: * #17 Brandon Allen (Arkansas) - San Francisco 49ers, QB * #14 Sam Darnold (Southern Cal) - San Francisco 49ers, QB * #15 Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech) - Ka  more

National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws: Texas - Attorney General Files Suit To Overturn Voter-Approved Marijuana Depenalization Measures
AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 9 -- The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws issued the following news release: Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed suit against several Texas municipalities for implementing local ballot measures depenalizing marijuana possession offenses. The suit seeks to nullify laws in the cities of Austin, San Marcos, Killeen, Elgin, and Denton. Voters in all five cities approved local initiatives in 2022 limiting local law enforcement from making arre  more

New scientific research will test PREVENT risk calculator among diverse groups
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 7 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Research teams from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, New York University and Duke University will work together to assess the accuracy of the American Heart Association's new PREVENTTM risk calculator with funding from the Association's De-biasing Clinical Care Algorithms project. The American Heart Association, celebrating 100 years of service in 2024, is the   more

New stroke rehabilitation certification to help improve care at skilled nursing facilities
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 6 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Stroke is a leading cause of serious long-term disability in the U.S. and approximately 795,000 people each year experience a new or recurrent stroke, according to the American Heart Association's 2023 statistical update. A new certification offered by the American Heart Association, the world's leading voluntary organization focused on heart and brain health for all, can help skil  more

New weight loss medication may help lower blood pressure in adults with obesity
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 5 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Research Highlights: The weight loss medication tirzepatide significantly lowered the systolic blood pressure of nearly 500 adults who had obesity and took the medication for 36 weeks, or about eight months, in a subset of an international clinical trial. Participants taking 5 mg of tirzepatide had an average systolic blood pressure reduction of 7.4 mm Hg; participants taking 10   more

Next Monday Livestream: ABA's Rob Nichols, Fed's Michelle Bowman, Acting Comptroller Hsu to Address Community Bankers at ABA Conference
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 -- The American Bankers Association issued the following news release: ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols, Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman and Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu will address community bankers from across the country at the American Bankers Association's Conference for Community Bankers next week in San Antonio, Texas. ABA will livestream the conference's opening general session next Monday, Feb. 12 beginning at 9 a.m. ET. That session wil  more

NFL PLAY 60 Fitness Break broadcast delivers movement minutes in advance of Super Bowl LVIII
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 5 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: The American Heart Association and the National Football League (NFL), in collaboration with its 32 NFL clubs, are challenging kids to get moving and PLAY 60 in advance of Super Bowl LVIII with the latest installment of the NFL PLAY 60 Fitness Break broadcast series. On Thursday, February 8 at 1 p.m. ET/ 12 p.m. CT/ 10 a.m. PT the Association and the NFL will deliver an action pack  more

Nueva certificacion de rehabilitacion de ataques o derrames cerebrales para ayudar a mejorar la atencion en instalaciones de enfermeria especializada
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 6 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: DALLAS, 6 de febrero de 2024 -- El derrame cerebral es una de las principales causas de discapacidad grave a largo plazo en los EE. UU. y aproximadamente 795,000 personas cada ano experimentan un derrame cerebral nuevo o recurrente, segun la actualizacion estadistica 2023 de la American Heart Association (la Asociacion Americana del Corazon). Una nueva certificacion ofrecida por l  more

Position of stroke patient's head before surgery may improve neurological function
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 7 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Research Highlights: Hospital beds for stroke patients are typically elevated at the head, however, a flat head position before surgical removal of a blood clot in the brain (thrombectomy) may lead to better outcomes. Results from a multicenter trial in the U.S. found significant improvements in clinical stability and neurological function for patients with 0-degree head positio  more

Remove Christian Decals, FFRF Urges Texas Sheriff Office
MADISON, Wisconsin, Feb. 9 -- The Freedom From Religion Foundation issued the following news release: The Freedom From Religion Foundation is insisting that a Texas sheriff department get rid of Christian decals affixed on its vehicles. A concerned local resident has informed the state/church watchdog that Kinney County has recently started putting bible quote decals on official law enforcement vehicles, a fact confirmed by local reporting. On his official Kinney County vehicle, one officer ha  more

Sierra Club Joins 100+ Advocacy Groups in Demanding Banks, Insurance Companies & Private Equity Firms End Backing of LNG
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 -- The Sierra Club issued the following news release: More than 100 frontline and climate groups have written to the biggest banks, insurance and private equity firms backing liquefied methane gas (LNG), demanding they follow the dramatic change in U.S. policy on the sector and to end their financial support. * Read the letters: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13h8_rWtGW4V_csufFym13Z6oBOoNhm-E The organizations, including Sierra Club, Texas Campaign for the Environme  more

Sierra Club Presses Court to Prevent LNG Construction on Wetlands
BROWNSVILLE, Texas, Feb. 8 -- The Sierra Club issued the following news release on Feb. 7, 2024: On Friday, the Sierra Club and partner organizations filed a motion to stay with the D.C. Circuit Court to prevent construction from happening at the proposed Rio Grande LNG facility site in Brownsville. The Sierra Club is currently fighting the federal permit approvals for the facility and related Rio Bravo pipeline in the same court. Because this litigation is pending, Sierra Club is arguing that   more

State Bar of Texas Announces 2024 Judicial Poll Results
AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 7 -- The State Bar of Texas issued the following news release on Feb. 6, 2024: The State Bar of Texas today announced results of its statewide 2024 judicial poll. The results are available at texasbar.com/pollresults. At the direction of the Supreme Court of Texas, the State Bar of Texas conducted a nonpartisan straw poll of contested Supreme Court, Court of Criminal Appeals, and courts of appeals district races on the 2024 election ballot. An electronic ballot was sent to   more

Susan G. Komen: Introduction of Breast Imaging Legislation Will Benefit Thousands of Nebraskans
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 9 (TNSres) -- Susan G. Komen, an organization that says it addresses breast cancer on fronts such as research, community health, global outreach and public policy initiatives, issued the following news: Susan G. Komen(R), the world's leading breast cancer organization commends Senator Tony Vargas (D- Omaha) for working with Komen to eliminate financial barriers to earlier breast cancer detection by ensuring that everyone has equitable access to diagnostic and supplemental br  more

SwRI'S CHEDE-9 CONSORTIUM EXPANDS DECARBONIZATION RESEARCH PRIORITIES
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Feb. 6 (TNSres) -- Southwest Research Institute issued the following news release: Southwest Research Institute has launched the latest phase of the transportation industry's longest running commercial vehicle research consortium. Building on more than 33 years of research and development, the Clean Highly Efficient Decarbonized Engines 9 (CHEDE-9) consortium has expanded its scope from diesel-engine-focused research to a range of internal combustion engines and hybrid solut  more

SwRI's Dr. Alan Stern Named AIAA Fellow
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Feb. 9 (TNSres) -- Southwest Research Institute issued the following news release: Dr. Alan Stern, a planetary scientist and associate vice president of Southwest Research Institute's Space Sector, has been named a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). Fellows are recognized for their notable and valuable contributions to the arts, sciences or technology of aeronautics and astronautics. AIAA cited Stern "for outstanding contributions to the  more

Texas Public Policy Foundation Opposes EPA's Burdensome Air Quality Standards
AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 8 -- The Texas Public Policy Foundation issued the following statement on Feb. 7, 2024: * * * The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took one of its most dramatic steps to date in its assault on American industry and on affordable, reliable energy by lowering the national standard for fine particulate matter, already among the strictest standards in the world, from 12 ug/m3 to 9 ug/m3. The Texas Public Policy Foundation's Chief National Initiatives Officer Chuck DeV  more

Texas Public Policy Foundation Statement on Senate Border Bill
AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 6 -- The Texas Public Policy Foundation issued the following statement on Feb. 5, 2024: * * * The Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) today issued the following statement on the so-called Senate Border Bill, H.R. 815, whose text was released late last night: "This bill does nothing to secure our border, and if passed would achieve the incredible feat of making it even worse," said Greg Sindelar, CEO of TPPF. "From empowering the most untrustworthy executives in the Biden  more

Texas Public Policy Foundation Statement on Senate Border Bill
AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 7 -- The Texas Public Policy Foundation issued the following statement on Feb. 6, 2024: * * * The Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPFF) today issued the following statement regarding the so-called Senate Border Bill, HR 815, the text of which was published last night: "This bill does nothing to secure our border and, if passed, would accomplish the incredible feat of making it even worse," said Greg Sindelar, executive director of TPPF. "From empowering the Biden regime's   more

Texas Stops EPA From Unnecessary Tightening of Ozone Air Quality Standards Under the Clean Air Act
AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 7 -- The Texas Public Policy Foundation issued the following news release: The Texas-led coalition of states, including Montana, Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi, and Louisiana, stopped efforts by New York and a handful of other liberal states to enter into a friendly "sue and settle" agreement with EPA to needlessly tighten national ambient air quality standards for ozone. The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit agreed that EPA should not promulgate more st  more

Trade Associations Sue Regulators for Exceeding Statutory Authority in New Community Reinvestment Act Rules
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 [Category: Financial Services] -- The Independent Community Bankers of America issued the following news release: Groups ask court to vacate new CRA rules and will seek preliminary injunction to block implementation until case is decided. The Independent Community Bankers of America, American Bankers Association, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Texas Bankers Association, Independent Bankers Association of Texas, Amarillo Chamber of Commerce and Longview Chamber of Commerce today f  more

Tres escuelas ganan subvenciones nacionales NFL PLAY 60 por momentos de movimiento
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 8 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: DALLAS, 8 de febrero de 2024 - Como se anuncio durante la transmision del Super Bowl LVIII Fitness Break de NFL PLAY 60 que se transmitio virtualmente en las aulas hoy, tres escuelas han sido reconocidas como ganadoras de subvenciones nacionales en los enfrentamientos de Momentos de Movimiento de NFL PLAY 60, una serie que invito a las aulas de todo el pais a mantenerse activas con  more

Una nueva investigacion cientifica probara la calculadora de riesgo PREVENT entre diversos grupos
DALLAS, Texas, Feb. 7 [Category: Health Care] -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release: Equipos de investigacion de Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, New York University y Duke University trabajaran juntos para evaluar la precision de la nueva calculadora de riesgo PREVENTTM de la American Heart Association (la Asociacion Americana del Corazon) con financiacion del proyecto Algoritmos para la reduccion de sesgos en la atencion medica de la Asociacio  more