The Daily Populous

Thursday January 12nd, 2023 evening edition

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Damar Hamlin, the Buffalo Bills safety who collapsed on the field after suffering cardiac arrest during a game last week, has been discharged from the New York hospital where he was admitted on Monday.

While completing a tackle in the first quarter, Hamlin appeared to take a hit to the head and chest from Bengals' wide receiver Tee Higgins.

The collision temporarily stopped Hamlin's heart, the Bills said later, and he was immediately given CPR before being rushed to the hospital.

As Hamlin's condition improved, he was transferred from Cincinnati to another hospital in Buffalo on Monday.

The Bills confirmed that he had been discharged after undergoing "a comprehensive medical evaluation" in a statement shared on Twitter on Wednesday morning.

"Damar Hamlin has been discharged from Buffalo General Medical Center/Gates Vascular Institute, a Kaleida Health facility in Buffalo, NY," the statement read.

"Hamlin was admitted on Monday and went through a comprehensive medical evaluation as well as a series of cardiac, neurological and vascular testing on Tuesday.". »

The Army Corps Of Engineers Has Released a 2023 Calendar Of Giant Cats Attacking Infrastructure

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According to Good News Network “The new 2023 calendar highlighting the achievements of the US Army Corps of Engineers features giant cats superimposed in photos of their engineering successes.”

Because the Army Corps is a Government Agency, the calendar is in public domain and totally free to download and print.

I’m wondering where in the Infrastructure Bill they snuck in “Giant Cat Calendar”. »

Elon Musk’s Twitter accused of unlawful staff firings in the UK

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A law firm representing dozens of former UK Twitter employees is accusing the company of “unlawful, unfair and completely unacceptable treatment” of workers following recent mass layoffs, which the firm referred to as a “sham redundancy process.”.

The letter also said Twitter has failed to provide information about the selection criteria used to determine the layoffs.

The warning marks the latest challenge to Twitter from former employees affected by mass layoffs that took place after Elon Musk acquired the company in October. »

People in Alabama can be prosecuted for taking abortion pills, state attorney general says

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People in Alabama who use abortion pills to end pregnancies can be prosecuted by the state, even if those pills were prescribed remotely from somewhere else in the country, said state Attorney General Steve Marshall.

Alabama is among 18 states that have issued new abortion restrictions since the Supreme Court's decision to reverse Roe V. Wade.

While the state's ban on abortion — which targets providers — says people who have an abortion cannot be held criminally liable, Marshall suggested the state could instead prosecute under a 2006 law. »