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Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulati,adidas yeezy price in south africang of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulatiadidas yeezy boost restock

yeezy 350 turtle dove aliexpressng of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulati,adidas yeezy lotteryng of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulatiyeezy 350 youth sizes

adidas yeezy 750 boost flight clubng of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulati,adidas yeezy 750 boost all blackng of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulating of legalizing a vice in heavily Christian areas, and it appears that message resonated with voters.But Couch of Let Arkansas Decide says he’s not giving up. His next move is to try to get state legislators to reduce the threshold required to get the issue, known as the “local option,” on the ballot county by county. Signatures of 38% of registered voters within a county must be collected to trigger a vote.“If that doesn’t work, we will refile the measure and start earlier,” Couch says. “And hopefully be better funded.”Berkeley, Calif. has become the first U.S. city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks, with more than three-quarters of voters Tugg gloves quilteduesday backing a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks.Proponents of the measure say the tax will curb the consumption of sodas, energy drinks and sweetened teas which are contributing to the country’s obesity epidemic and Type 2 diabetes. Harvard researchers found in a 2013 study that increasing the price of a 20 oz. soda by 20 cents led to a 16% sales drop. But critics say such measures are nanny statism, and remove consumer choice.“Berkeley has a proud history of setting nationwide trends, such as non-smoking sections in restaurants and bars, curb cuts for wheelchairs, curbside recycling, and public school food policies,” Vicki Alexander, an activist who worked to pass Measugg gloves quiltedure D, said in statement.A similar proposal failed across the Bay in San Francisco on Tuesday, USA Today reports. The San Francisco measure would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce tax and required a two-thirds majority to pass.The Berkeley measure overcame a multimillion-dollar opposition campaign funded by soft-drink manufacturers. A proposition in New York that would have banned large-size sugary beverages was blocked by a New York State judge.“I’m eager to see this experiment perform. We haven’t had a chance to see if taxing soda will reduce consumption because the industry has fought it so ferociously,” Michael Pollan, a food policy writer and professor at the Univeugg gloves quiltedrsity of California, Berkeley told TIME before the vote. “I think there are still a lot of people out there who haven’t gotten the message that soda is bad for you.”Harvard University has raised privacy concerns among teachers and students after divulging Tuesday that it had photographed approximately 2,000 students in the Spring without seeking their consent or informing them afterwards.Harvard was taking pictures of students in 10 lecture halls as part of a study regarding class attendance. Harvard president Drew Faust has ordered a review of the incident and said she takes the matter “very seriously,” according to The Boston Globe.Harvard was at the center ofugg gloves quilted controversy regarding privacy last year after it was discovered that officials had gone through junior faculty members’ emails.Read more at The Boston GlobeIn addition to re-electing Governor Jerry Brown by a wide margin, California voters also endorsed his top priority, approving a .5 billion water bond. The measure, which looked certain to be passed 66.8% to 33.2% after 99.9% of precincts reported, is meant to shore up the state’s ability to cope with drought conditions and will increase its water storage capacity and protect drinking water.Ahead of the vote, critics pointed out that the water bond wouldn’t have much immediate effect on the ongoing drought nor would itugg gloves quilted decrease the state’s overall water usage. But Brown poured more than million of his own campaign funds into the water bond promotional campaign, which was also bolstered by large donations from wealthy Californians, including tech entrepreneur Sean Parker and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.The Army has amended “outdated” U.S. Army policy guidelines that said that the word “Negro” could be used to refer to African Americans in data on race and ethnicity, after the regulation surfaced in media reports Wednesday.LTC Ben Garrett confirmed to TIME that the language referring to the word “Negro” was removed from the Army Command Policy on Thursday.The regulugg gloves quiltedation appeared in a section on equal opportunity and may have dated back years. As CNN reports, citing an anonymous army official, the regulation may have been intended to allow African Americans to self-report as Negro.In fact, the Census Bureau included the word on surveys through 2010 for that reason, deciding only last year to drop it, according to the Associated Press. Until then, the government believed that some older African Americans would still identify as “Negro,” a term that arose during the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, the AP reported.In the wake of sometimes breathless media reports about the regulation, the Army said it would follow suit.“The racial deugg gloves quiltedfinitions in AR600-20 para. 6-2 are outdated,” Garrett said in a statement before the regulatiwhere to buy adidas yeezy boost 750



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