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Tell Republicans: Stop Trump from Trashing Our Post Office

The post office is one of the most respected institutions in America, a lifeline for millions of Americans, and a source of good jobs for thousands of Black people—and the Trump administration is trying to destroy it. Senate Republicans have a choice to make right now: are they going to side with the Trump administration’s political corruption, or with Americans who rely on the post office?

City of Houston Releases Climate Impact Assessment Projecting Future Houston Climate Trends

The City of Houston’s Mayor’s Office released the Houston Climate Impact Assessment, to better illustrate how climate change will impact Houston’s future based on lower and higher scenarios of future climate change. The assessment, conducted by Anne Stoner and Katharine Hayhoe of ATMOS Research & Consulting, studied 25 separate future climate indicators, including the number of days with temperatures above 100 degrees, the number of nights above 80 degrees, total annual precipitation, days with precipitation above 4 inches, and the annual number of dry days.

Hundreds of Harmony Public Schools Teachers to Receive up to Additional $32k

The Texas Education Agency has announced that Harmony Public Schools is one of the state’s rare first recipients of the new Teacher Incentive Allotment, a special fund created to reward the state’s highest-performing teachers. The recognition means that hundreds of Harmony teachers across the state will receive up to $32,000 in additional salary starting this fall.

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Celebrity weed brands worth trying

Now that weed has been deemed socially acceptable by pop culture and society at large, celebrity involvement in the cannabis industry is at an all time high. As this burgeoning new market continues to evolve, serious ventures from passionate celebrity stoners are beginning to eclipse brands or collabs where a celebrity (who may not even smoke) simply slaps their name on a preexisting strain and calls it a day.

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Apple Announces New Watch and New iPad

Creativity This week Apple unveiled Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE, two new iPad models, and the first fitness experience built for Apple Watch that brings significant developments in health and wellness fea- tures to iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. From innovative chip developments with A14 Bionic to new apps and software, and the debut of Apple One subscription plans, here are some of Apple’s biggest reveals today.

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Eight of Houston’s Finest to be Recognized during Hispanic Heritage Month

In celebration of this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month, Comcast will honor eight community volunteers for the fifth year since the Comcast Hispanic Hero Awards began. This year’s honorees will be celebrated through a series of vignettes, that will be featured on Comcast social platforms beginning September 15. Comcast will also donate $1,000 to the nonprofit organization of each honoree’s choice.

Mayor Sylvester Turner Creates New Office Of Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence

Program Launched To Empower Survivors With A Safe And A Financial Path Forward

Effective immediately, the Mayor’s Office of Human Trafficking will expand to include Domestic Violence and focus on services and policies to address gender-based violence. The new Office of Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence (MOHT&DV) will be led by Minal Patel Davis.

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Black adults aren't getting right medications for trickiest cases of high blood pressure

Black adults with hard-to-treat high blood pressure often don't get the right medications or receive counseling about the use of healthy behaviors to lower blood pressure, according to a new study.

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When it comes to healthy protein, fish is the dish

When it comes to healthy sources of protein, fish is the dish. An entrée like grilled white fish with avocado relish is tasty, easy to cook and good for your heart.

Heritage Action Unveils “No Police, No Peace” Billboards in New York, Dallas, and Atlanta

Heritage Action for America September 14, 2020 https://heritageaction.

Heritage Action today announced their new “No Police, No Peace” billboards in New York City, Dallas, and Atlanta. Jessica Anderson, Executive Director of Heritage Action, first announced the billboards on Fox & Friends this morning.

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