By Memorial Hermann using its resources to help make a difference in the health of the community, they have contributed over an excess of $300 million annually in uncompensated care and community benefit programs. This also happens to include an award-winning network of public school-based health
YMCA “Shake it to Raise it” “Strategic, Operational and Financial Business Plan for Success” Prepared by: Introduction: The YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association) is a worldwide movement with 45 million members in 125 national federations. Its motto is to support health, spirit, mind, and body. The YMCA is part of the community and with that said they want to give back at a cause to their community. With one of the most threatening diseases out there we plan to raise money to research “CANCER.” How do we do that? We “Shake it to Raise it.” The objective of this event is the YMCA will be hosting a 24-hr workout- a-thon to have our community and local communities donate to help raise money for our local hospital to continue research and to find a cure for cancer.
The issue at hand is related to the banning of solariums in the state of NSW. Although it has been decided that solariums will be banned no matter what, the liberal party of NSW has postponed the ban until the end of 2014. The liberals argue that the delay is to give the tanning salons time to adjust into a more profitable business. The greens however have stated that the 3 year wait may involve between 30-43 deaths, which is why the ban should be immediate. And I too believe this to be the correct choice.
Therefore, holding the Murphy Oil company responsible for their contribution in the matter was the initial response to rectifying their losses. However, at first their case was rejected mainly due to prejudice ideals of those in their local government, but in the end they were able to appeal with the 5th Circuit's federal appeals court, but eventually led nowhere. Per Maleske, ",the case looked likely to bring legal certainty to the climate change litigation realm. Either it would add to the growing pressure against oil and gas companies to cut emissions, or it would lead to a circuit split with the 2nd Circuit, which had allowed state and public plaintiffs to proceed with similar claims in Connecticut v. AEP, and nudge the issue closer to the Supreme Court. (Maleske, M. 2010 Inside Counsel)" This case and others like it would surely start a huge liability case influx to other energy and oil companies worldwide.
National Education Association In 1857, one hundred educators come together to fight for public education. One hundred and fifty years later, public education and the profession of teaching are containing to change. In 1966 the United States joined forces with the American Teachers Association. Since then, the association now has 3.2 million members. They are giving every student the same chance as every other no matter of the family income or living conditions.
( articles.latimes.com) In the case they brought up the Clean Water act in which its suppose to restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the nation's waters by preventing point and nonpoint pollution sources, providing assistance to publicly owned treatment works for the improvement of wastewater treatment, and maintaining the integrity of wetlands. (www.epa.gov). But how they used the act they tried saying that it was also used for rivers and bays as well. The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals held the county responsible for the overflowing of the ground water that flowed pasted the monitor making it illegal "discharge" of pollution. ( articles.latimes.com).
Using the ethics applied to the mainland portion of the business will work in Kava. With 50% of the population of Kava’s residents requires that ethics be enforced and any agreements entered need to address the education requirements and care for all involved. Kava is a unique and opportunity-filled location for the university. Pursuing the abilities of the local people and ensuring that they are managing their natural resources wisely will ensure a long and fulfilling relationship between Kavans and the
Clair River, most recently in the 1960s. Dredging of the river, which is on the south end of Lake Huron, accelerated the flow of water southward from the two lakes toward Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, and eventually into the Atlantic Ocean. Groups representing shoreline property owners, primarily in Lake Huron's Georgian Bay, have demanded action to slow the Lake Huron and Michigan outflow to make up for losses that resulted from dredging, which they contend are even greater than officials have acknowledged. Although the Army corps produced a list of water-slowing options in 1972, including miniature dams and sills that resemble speed bumps along the river bottom, nothing was done because the lakes were in a period of above-average levels that lasted nearly three decades, Kompoltowicz said. The corps has congressional authorization to take action but would need money for an updated study as a first step, he said.
Economist believes that this system will do nothing to control cost but the budget office believes the bill will reduce the cost over a ten-year period. The cost concerns affected Americans because it helped Republicans win control over the House of Representatives in the mid-term elections and they also threatened to remove government funding. This reform also affected Doctors in the United States. Lifesitenews.com states that Doctors believe this Health Care reform will not be fair to them because the nurse practitioners and physicians assistant will be caring for the Patients hands on rather than the doctors even though they have more medical experience. His next plan of action was by using budget deficits which stop
In research the residence of New Orleans feel that those in power have pointed the finger at the federal government for the delayed relief effort. Experts say when natural disasters strike, it is the primary responsibility of the state and local governments and not the responsibility of the federal government to respond to such disasters. New Orleans emergency plan states that it will utilize the available resources to quickly and safely evacuate the most threatened areas. The plan also stated that it would evacuate people who are unable to transport themselves. When New Orleans was warned about the hurricane the plan was not utilized and those who were unable to transport themselves were left to die because there were delayed rescue efforts to help them to get to a safe haven.