The Daily Populous

Sunday November 13rd, 2022 evening edition

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Now it is being drafted and after January 1, it will begin to be tested," Kravtsov said.

According to TASS, high school students will be put through around 35 hours of training, although an official timeframe is yet to be approved by the Russian Duma.

Now it is being drafted and after January 1, it will begin to be tested," Russian Education Minister Sergey Kravtsov.

Teachers will start undergoing training which is expected to be completed by January 1, 2023, according to Kravtsov.

Russian politicians show support for military training for teens.

When we were engaged in military training at school, it worked only as a plus," said Adalbi Shkhagoshev, the deputy chairman of the United Russia party, according to Izvestia.

Russia retired the so-called “initial military training” program which taught teens to respond to a nuclear or chemical attack, provide first aid and handle firearms in 1993, although several attempts to revive the program have been made throughout the years. »

Pennsylvania: Former officers plead guilty in the shooting of an 8-year-old girl

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The District Attorney’s Office worked closely with the family to arrive at a conviction which “brings accountability” for Bility’s death, Stollsheimer said.

The manslaughter charges were dropped as part of a plea deal negotiated by the district attorney, according to CNN affiliate WPVI.

All three officers were fired earlier this year after being charged in the fatal shooting. »

A Senate in Democratic hands clears the path for Biden to keep remaking the courts

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“Senate Democrats have been committed to restoring balance to the federal judiciary with professionally and personally diverse judges,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer told NBC News on Saturday night.

“With two more years of a Senate Democratic majority we will build on our historic pace of judicial confirmations and ensure the federal bench better reflects the diversity of America.”.

Like other liberals, Fallon feared that Republicans would have slowed judicial confirmations to a crawl if they took control of the Senate. »

Cortez Masto defeats Laxalt in Nevada, handing Democrats control of the Senate

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“We rejected their conspiracies, their attacks on our workers and their efforts to restrict our freedoms,” Cortez Masto said.

Laxalt tied Cortez Masto to President Joe Biden’s economic policies, blaming them for both rising inflation and gas prices.

Laxalt also sought to tie Cortez Masto to rising crime and what Republicans have said are Biden’s failed border policies — themes that pervaded many Republican campaigns. »