All these various state legislators trying to create new hate crime laws..... STOP IT! i.e., shooting a cop is a hate crime, killing a person based on race is a hate crime, beating up a gay person is a hate crime..... NO! Murder is murder, rape is rape, a gun crime is a gun crime, assault is assault. Quit trying to put emotion into it! Our obligation is to police crimes committed, not police social ills. If anything needs to be changed, it's sentencing, but let's not 'create' new laws needing to be enforced and prosecuted. AS IF law enforcement and our courts don't already have enough on their proverbial plates?
Cville Clean Power LLC was established in Coralville, IA in 2010 to specialize in renewable energy electrical power-Solar PV. Cville Electric is the division of the company that not only installs solar PV systems, but also is a full service electrical contractor. We are fully licensed, registered and insured to work in the state of Iowa.
Cville Electric owner, Brad Moore got his start in 1983 working for a small electrical contractor in the Iowa City area. After training and working on remodel and new building projects he took a maintenance electrician job at the University of Iowa Power Plant in 1990. At the power plant he gained experience with elecrtic motor controls, water and high pressure steam handling systems, boiler and turbine generator controls, and the electrical and electronic controls that run these systems. During his time at the Power Plant he was promoted to an Electronic Technician supervisor.
In 1996 Brad decided to open his own business- Moore Electrical Service. This business wired many new houses and apartment buildings in the Coralville and Iowa City areas. Rewiring historic homes and working on remodel projects was also a large part of this business.
Since starting Cville Clean Power LLC in 2010, Brad and crew have installed wiring for more than 25 solar PV systems.
We at Cville Electric believe that all this experience makes us well qualified to handle all of your electrical needs.
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The Chicago Cubs announced a five-year contract extension for Theo Esptein, the club’s president of baseball operations, on Wednesday, rewarding him for an overhaul that has the long-suffering franchise eyeing its first championship since 1908.
The extension comes with the Cubs wrapping up one of the greatest seasons in franchise history and their fans believing that this just might be the team to end the 108-year World Series title drought.
Hillary Clinton didn’t want to leave anything to chance when she arrived here for a rally on the first day of early voting in Iowa. Her campaign stationed volunteers around her downtown rally to direct members of the audience to nearby polling places to submit their ballots.
“When you finish here, you can go vote,” she told the crowd of roughly 2,000. “We can be on the path to victory here in Iowa.”
She hopes voting early can give her campaign an edge, but mail ballots haven’t kept pace with previous elections.
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The Texans had placed Watt on injured reserve Wednesday, meaning he'd be out a minimum of eight weeks.
Supreme Court to decide if offensive names such as 'Redskins' and 'Slants' can be trademarked - LA Times
The Supreme Court agreed Thursday to decide whether The Slants, an Asian American rock band from Portland, Ore., can trademark its name despite the government’s objection that it is an offensive term.
This clash between free speech and trademark protection has drawn wide attention in part because the Washington Redskins football team is locked in the same dispute.
The court also said it will decide a free-speech dispute involving fees charged to merchants who accept credit cards. Under challenge are laws in California, New York, Florida, Texas and several other states that forbid retailers from disclosing the surcharge to customers who use a charge card.
NORTHWESTERN RUSH DEFENSE VS. IOWA RUSH OFFENSE
Northwestern isn’t handling the rush this year and the competition is only going to rise. The Wildcats are 11th in the league with 177.0 yards allowed per game. Teams average 4.47 yards a carry. On 88 first-down rush attempts against the Cats opponents have averaged 4.99 yards a carry.
That’s given offenses a huge comfort zone and allowing them to set up shop, operate and sustain drives.
Perennial Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green, still fuming over his dropped third down pass on Sunday in the fourth quarter against Denver, took over the Thursday night showcase at Paul Brown Stadium before 60,843 with 10 catches for 173 yards and led the Bengals to an ugly but utterly necessary 22-7 victory.
The win lifted them back to 2-2 in front of a 10-day break before they head to Dallas and New England. The night was a celebration of defense as the Bengals rung up five sacks with marauding Pro Bowlers Carlos Dunlap and Geno Atkins doing the damage with multiple sacks and holding Miami out of the red zone.
Quarterback Andy Dalton survived another brutal night by the running game with a crisp 296-yard passing night.