People with advanced computer skills are more likely to accept and use digital healthcare services and robot doctors, says a study by an Indian-origin researcher. “There is increasing use of automated systems in the medical field, where intake is now often conducted through a kiosk instead of by a receptionist,” said a Professor at Pennsylvania State University. “We investigated user acceptance of these ‘robot receptionists,’ along with automated nurses and doctors,” he added. Also Read – The Puja carnivalFor the study, scientists recruited participants from the online workforce Amazon Mechanical Turk to gain a better understanding of user psychology behind the acceptance of automation in clinics. The research team gauged the participants’ preconceived beliefs about and attitudes toward machines – what is called a “machine heuristic.” The team measured participants’ adherence to the machine heuristic by asking them to indicate their level of agreement with statements such as, “When machines, rather than humans, complete a task, the results are more accurate.” Also Read – Wave City brings special offers this Navratra”We found that if you’re high on machine heuristic and you’re high on power usage, you have the most positive attitude toward automated healthcare providers. This combination seems to make people more accepting of these technologies,” said the professor. “A power user is more likely to accept a robot doctor, for example, than a non-power user.” The results were presented at the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in Glasgow, Scotland. According to him, the healthcare industry can benefit from increased reliance on automated systems. “Doctors are limited by their human bandwidth, by their experience, knowledge and even state of mind from minute to minute,” he said.
SHENZHEN, China — Chinese tech giant Huawei has filed a motion in U.S. court challenging the constitutionality of a law that limits its sales of telecom equipment.The action Wednesday is the latest in an ongoing clash between Huawei and the U.S. government, which claims the Chinese telecom company poses a threat to international cybersecurity.Huawei’s chief legal officer Song Liuping announced Wednesday that Huawei has filed a motion for summary judgment asking the court to rule on whether it is constitutional for the U.S. to implement a military spending provision that bars the government and its contractors from using Huawei equipment.Huawei launched its suit in Plano, Texas, its U.S. headquarters, in March.The biggest global maker of network equipment is fighting a U.S. campaign to persuade allies to shun the company.The Associated Press
KUSI Newsroom, Small brush fires in San Ysidro causes road closures Posted: April 22, 2018 KUSI Newsroom SAN YSIDRO (KUSI) — Multiple small brush fires in San Ysidro Sunday forced authorities to shut down lanes and connector ramps of two freeways before firefighters could get the situation under control.The brushers were first reported at 2:35 p.m. near Via de la Bandola, according to San Diego Fire-Rescue spokesperson Monica Munoz. The street runs adjacent to the eastbound lanes of State Route 905, just west of its junction with Interstate 805.California Highway Patrol officers began shutting down eastbound SR-905 about 10 minutes later and also closed transition roads from Interstate 805 and Picador Boulevard onto SR-905.The fires were knocked down by 3:25 p.m., Munoz said.No structures were threatened and no one was injured, she said.Munoz said there was no word on what may have caused the fires. A CHP incident log indicated that officers made contact with a possible suspect, but it’s unclear if anyone was arrested.All lanes were reopened by 4:12 p.m., according to the CHP. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter April 22, 2018
The video of Chris Gregoire’s speech:http://www.tvw.org/index.php?option=com_tvwplayer&eventID=2012010056Joe Zarelli’s comments on the speech:http://src.leg.wa.gov/news/2012/zarelli/011012republicanresponse.htmGov. Chris Gregoire in her State of the State address on Tuesday said she hopes lawmakers in Olympia can fix the $1 billion budget crisis, pass a temporary half-cent sales tax increase, reform education, approve a $3.6 billion transportation package and legalize same-sex marriage during the 60-day legislative session.Republican legislators from Southwest Washington agreed that the budget must be cut but criticized other aspects of the Democratic governor’s agenda.“While we must cut, we must also find real reforms,” Gregoire said. “We must look for new revenue for the state of Washington.”Regarding the half-cent sales tax increase, Gregoire said that the state’s portion of the sales tax has not been increased since 1983, when a Republican governor passed a 1-cent increase to fund education during the worst recession since the current recession. Gregoire said $411 million of the $492 million in annual revenues from her proposed sales tax increase would go to K-12 and higher education.Gregoire’s sales tax proposal has a referendum clause, so if passed by the Legislature, it would have to ultimately be approved by the voters in November.State Rep. Ann Rivers, R-La Center, said she was encouraged by the governor listing education and safety nets for the vulnerable as top priorities. “I think that’s what most people really, really expect of us,” Rivers said. But Rivers said it is a bad idea to leave education funding up to a public vote. If the public does not approve the half-cent sales tax increase, then “we’re in the same boat that we’re in right now.”State Sen. Joe Zarelli, R-Ridgefield, gave the Republican rebuttal to Gregoire’s address and said he disagrees with a sales tax hike. He said reforming taxes and prioritizing spending would be enough to fix the crisis. At the top of the spending list should be “education, and public safety, and services for the most vulnerable,” Zarelli said.
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Aug 31 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors 11 reading • Apple, Qualcomm will bring you a 5G iPhone — just not this year 3:14 Because 5G is a new standard, certification and testing aren’t as routine as they’ve become with 4G LTE devices. There are a couple different flavors of 5G, millimeter wave and sub-6GHz, and carriers are split on which to roll out first. Verizon and AT&T are opting for millimeter wave, while T-Mobile is focusing on sub-6GHz. Apple typically starts selling its iPhones as soon as they’re unveiled, and it sells them in high volumes from the beginning.”They have to have the design completely and utterly finalized by the springtime before they ship it in the fall,” Technalysis Research analyst Bob O’Donnell said. “That means everything has been done, tested, evaluated and run through all the carriers. That process takes months.”Apple’s next iPhones likely will hit the market in September, only five months from now. That’s too late for all of the testing needed for Qualcomm’s 5G chips.Handset makers need early access to chipsUsing a modem in a phone requires close cooperation between the handset maker and the chipmaker. Modem suppliers give samples to companies as many as 18 months before the chip shows up in phones, and they often have reference designs to start testing before their phones are finalized. Typically, Android companies launch phones about eight months after receiving modem samples. Apple requires its modems earlier than Android vendors. Apple started talking to modem suppliers two years in advance of the first iPhone launch, Tony Blevins, the company’s vice president of procurement, said in a January trial. It no longer needs chips quite as early. Generally, Apple launches an iPhone about a year after it gets wireless chip samples. Share your voice • Still, Apple may be cutting it close, timing-wise, to have 5G in its fall 2020 iPhones.”We believe Apple and Qualcomm needed to start working together by April in order for Apple to launch 5G enabled smartphones for its September 2020 iPhone launch timeframe,” Canaccord Genuity analyst Mike Walkley noted.Qualcomm’s multimode 5G chip isn’t widely available until next yearThough everyone is using the same wireless technology, the carriers are employing different bands of spectrum. And the first-generation chip and antennas can’t tap into all of those frequencies at the same time.Most 5G phones available this year (except for those from Huawei) will use Qualcomm’s X50 modem. The chip only connects to 5G networks, which means handset makers also have to include a second modem for 4G, 3G and 2G in their devices. And the first phones are tied to a specific carrier. In other words, the 5G phone you buy for Verizon will work only on Verizon’s 5G network.Once Qualcomm’s upcoming X55 chip and new radios are out, a phone will be able to run on all major spectrum bands, all over the world. That means we’ll get unlocked 5G phones — if that’s what the handset makers choose. And there will be no need for a handset maker to also buy a separate 4G chip. The X55 will start showing up in devices later this year, Qualcomm said, but when it comes to X55-powered handsets, they’re more likely to hit in 2020, Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon told CNET in an interview in February at Mobile World Congress. “There are some [phone makers] who are aggressive with their launch dates,” Amon said. “We could see some X55s but most of the smartphones coming from Q2 all the way to the holiday season will be [powered by the] … X50.”Qualcomm needs time to customize modems for AppleApple designs its own application processor — the brains of the iPhone — but it relies on third-party chips like those from Qualcomm for network connectivity. All Android vendors use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors that integrate the modem with the application processor. That improves battery life and has other benefits. Close up with the Galaxy Fold screen, notch and hinge Apple and Qualcomm settle licensing dispute amid trial’s opening arguments Intel says it will exit 5G phone modems just hours after Apple, Qualcomm settle Apple and Qualcomm settle: Here’s what it means for your next iPhone Galaxy S10 5G, Mate X, Motorola Mod: Why you shouldn’t rush to buy a 5G phone For Apple, Qualcomm takes the modem it embeds into its Snapdragon processors, wraps a different chipset around it and includes different software and other items to make it work in iPhones. Because Apple is the only Qualcomm smartphone customer that requires a standalone modem, Qualcomm has to custom-build its chips. Qualcomm CTO James Thompson testified in a January trial that it costs the company about $250 million a year to tweak its modems for Apple. Qualcomm and Apple haven’t been talking or working together for months, which means Qualcomm likely doesn’t have a standalone modem ready for Apple.”It usually takes about 18 months to go from a dead stop” to having a modem ready for Apple, Bernstein analyst Stacy Rasgon said. Once the companies started talking settlement several weeks ago, Apple asked its suppliers to begin testing Qualcomm’s current 5G modems, Nikkei reported Tuesday.5G networks are still newEven if a modem was ready for Apple in 2019, it’s unlikely it would leap into 5G right away. The company rarely moves early on new technologies, opting to wait for bugs to be worked out first. It lagged behind Android rivals in adopting mobile payments and wireless charging, and it was at least a generation behind in adopting 3G and 4G LTE cellular capabilities. The same delay has been expected with 5G.For everyone else, 5G is in its very early days. Most vendors will launch only one 5G model early this year, and Motorola’s Moto Z3 phone with a 5G Moto Mod is the only device currently on the market in the US. Verizon is the only carrier with a live 5G wireless network, but its initial deployment has been spotty. By late 2020, those bugs will all be worked out. 5G will be in more cities, and essentially all Android flagship devices will tap into the fast network. Apple won’t be too far behind if it doesn’t have a 5G phone in 2019. But if it misses 2020, it could be devastating to its phone business. “Every major transition in mobile technology has its winners and losers,” CCS Insights analyst Geoff Blaber said. “Apple simply couldn’t afford to risk its business over a long term licensing dispute.” 60 Photos Phones Components 28 Photos Now playing: Watch this: Qualcomm: 5G Android flagship phones will storm the 2019 holidays Qualcomm wouldn’t release modems as often without Apple’s business 5G will rule on high-end phones by year’s end, ready or not Samsung Galaxy S11 5G may be slimmer, last longer thanks to Qualcomm See also Apple, Qualcomm go head-to-head — with billions at stake A 5G iPhone could launch in 2020. Getty Images Apple and Qualcomm have resolved their legal battle, likely so iPhones get 5G chips sooner. But that doesn’t mean we’ll see a 5G iPhone this year. On Tuesday, the two sides announced a surprise ending to their patent licensing battle, resolving a two-year dispute over Qualcomm’s licensing fees. Apple had accused Qualcomm of anticompetitive practices that pushed chip prices higher, restricted competition and weighed on customer choice. Qualcomm had countered by saying the iPhone wouldn’t be possible without its technology, so it should get paid for its innovation. The agreement settles all litigation between the companies worldwide. Apple also signed a multiyear chipset supply agreement with Qualcomm, gaining access once again to the company’s high-end modems. That includes Qualcomm’s 5G chips. Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? iPhone XS, XS Max and XR: 27 tips and tricks to master Apple’s latest phones Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 Comments Qualcomm 5G 4G LTE Intel Apple Tags See All Apple See also After years of work on 5G networks, hyped as the life-changing foundation for augmented reality, telemedicine and other tech trends, the super-fast wireless technology is being rolled out. Carriers are turning on their networks, and virtually every major Android handset maker has touted plans to launch a 5G device this year. Apple hasn’t.The company had been working with Intel on 5G chips, but the chipmaker had problems developing the product. A few hours after Apple and Qualcomm announced their settlement Tuesday, Intel said it’s exiting the 5G smartphone modem business. Intel’s struggle with 5G is likely what brought Apple to the bargaining table with Qualcomm. Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf, during an interview with CNBC, declined to say when a 5G modem could show up in the iPhone. “We won’t talk about Apple’s product plans,” he said. “There’s obviously the beginning ramp of 5G broadly.”Even though Apple and Qualcomm are working together again, iPhones won’t immediately roll out with 5G. At the earliest, Apple may be able to introduce a 5G device in 2020.Here’s why:Modems are complexPutting a modem in a phone isn’t as simple as just buying the component. And a phone needs more than a modem to connect to a cellular network. Phone designers need access to software from the modem maker, and a phone also requires radio frequency chips and other components that take up space in the device. The size and capabilities of the modem can dictate aspects of the iPhone’s design itself. Phone makers also need to be able to test the modems in their devices before they go into mass production. Carriers require time to certify the phones to ensure they work properly on their networks and provide the promised upload and download speeds.
To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /01:14 Listen X Florian MartinPatrick Jankowski reveals the Greater Houston Partnership’s 2017 employment forecast during a luncheon at the Royal Sonesta hotel in the Galleria area.Greater Houston will create 29,700 net jobs next year, according to the Greater Houston Partnership’s employment forecast.Compare that to 104,700 jobs in 2014 and 15,200 last year.The organization’s regional economist, Patrick Jankowski, who prepared the forecast, said most new jobs will come in the healthcare sector.“As healthcare becomes more important just in society and the economy, we’ll continue to see growth in healthcare,” he said. “We’ll see 9,800 jobs added at least in healthcare next year.”Other sectors that he expects to add many jobs include accommodation and food services, government and retail.Only three sectors are forecast to lose jobs – one of them is energy.Jankowski said the industry needs oil to reach $60 a barrel to do well, and he doesn’t see that coming in 2017.“If the oil and gas industry is still losing money, they’re not going to be hiring,” he said. “They’re going to need to do something to try to continue to cut costs, so still restructuring. They’re not going to hire when they’re losing money. We’ll probably see about a 3,500 job loss next year in energy.”The biggest job loss – 16,000 – will occur in construction, according to the forecast, because activity in that sector is expected to go down significantly next year. Share
Share PexelsThe Texas Education Agency set a benchmark for how many students could receive special education in 2004.Federal authorities plan to ramp up their investigation Texas, with another visit to the state set for later in February, citing “serious concerns.”They are trying to determine if Texas violated federal law in how it identifies children for special ed.In December, officials with the U.S. Department of Education visited Texas to hear from parents and advocates, including stops in Houston, Dallas and Austin. They also set up a blog for people to comment, which generated more than 400 comments during a one-month period.But they said in a letter this week that they still have concerns and will return the last week of February to gather more information, review documents and interview state officials.“A majority of the comments we received, both during the listening sessions and through the blog, raised serious concerns about the State’s compliance with the child find requirements under [federal special education law],” wrote Ruth Ryder, acting director of the Office of Special Education Programs at the department.The federal probe stems from a Houston Chronicle investigation last fall. It revealed that that for years, the Texas Education Agency told districts that only 8.5 percent of all kids could receive expensive special services.The state has denied ever capping special ed and said that the 8.5 percent was merely a goal. The TEA said in a statement that it will continue to work with federal authorities on the issue.
2 min read How Success Happens Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. This story appears in the October 2006 issue of Entrepreneurs StartUps Magazine. Subscribe » October 10, 2006 We may or may not want to admit it, but many of us are addicted to technology. So what tools can’t entrepreneurs live without?”I take it everywhere,” says Donna Childs, 39, of her Hewlett-Packard tablet PC. As the founder of Childs Capital LLC, a Wall Street firm that seeks to alleviate poverty in developing nations by investing in private enterprise, her business trips take her around the world, from Africa to Latin America. “I detach the screen to take notes when I’m in the field or in meetings,” Childs says. “It’s great for portability.”Josh Kerr’s Palm Treo allows him to work as if he were in the office, whether he’s “on vacation, at an off-site client meeting or anywhere I get a cell phone signal,” says Kerr, 32. The founder of Ideal Science, an Austin, Texas, software developer, says his Treo helps him stay in touch while he’s on the go.Rich Rivaux, 33, knows what that means. He’s the founder of Intersec Tactical, a military and police equipment store in Galveston, Texas. While deployed in Honduras, Rivaux, a member of the Army Reserve, continued running his business with the help of his Innoport virtual phone system, which allowed him to receive faxes and voice mails via e-mail. “Automation is a must,” Rivaux says. “The more you automate, the less hassle you have to deal with.” Listen Now
Sponsored Stories Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk Details in the newsletter about the private Fed discussions were confirmed when the Fed released its minutes on Oct. 4.Hensarling, a prominent critic of the Fed, has said he understood that that the Fed’s internal probe had been dropped earlier at the request of several members of the Fed’s policymaking body.“Despite the seriousness of this situation, the Federal Reserve has acted in a manner that can only be characterized as resistant to accountability and oversight,” Hensarling said in a statement announcing the subpoena.But Maxine Waters of California, the committee’s senior Democrat, said Hensarling was politicizing the leak issue. That “will likely have a chilling effect” on the Fed inspector general’s investigation by undermining the independence of that probe, Waters said in a statement.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement WASHINGTON (AP) — A powerful congressman is compelling the Federal Reserve to provide documents related to a possible leak in 2012 of market-moving interest-rate information to a financial newsletter.Rep. Jeb Hensarling, the Texas Republican who heads the House Financial Services Committee, announced Thursday he had issued a subpoena to the Fed. The central bank has repeatedly failed to adequately respond to the panel’s questions and requests for documents, he said. Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Top Stories Comments Share Check your body, save your life The committee’s Republicans are investigating whether confidential information was deliberately leaked from the Fed’s interest-rate policy meeting in September 2012. The Fed told the committee in March that its own investigation found no evidence that sensitive information was deliberately leaked from the policy meeting.Any disclosure of information on Fed policymakers’ views appeared to have been “unintentional or careless” and did not contain details of policy proposals, the Fed concluded.The Fed inspector general, which is an independent watchdog, and the Justice Department have been investigating the matter.“We have provided the committee with information regarding a potential breach in 2012 of Federal Reserve policies protecting confidential information,” Fed spokesman David Skidmore said Thursday.Fed Chair Janet Yellen disclosed earlier this month that she met once in 2012 with Regina Schleiger, a senior managing director of Medley Global Advisors, which publishes the newsletter. Yellen was the Fed’s vice chairman at the time.But Yellen said the meeting occurred several months before the private Fed discussions at issue took place, and dealt with general economic matters. The meeting was months before the newsletter’s Oct. 3 report that said the Fed policymakers had reached a consensus on launching an additional round of bond purchases to stimulate economic growth, Yellen noted. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility The difference between men and women when it comes to pain
The health ministry announced on Wednesday it will carry out a study to evaluate the vaccination coverage of toddlers between the ages of 17-24 months.The methodology of the study was determined by a committee of health ministry officials, following the guidance of World Health Organisation experts who visited the island last August.A random sample of children aged between 17 and 24 months will be selected from the civil registry, ensuring reliability to the greatest extent possible.Initially, letters will be sent to the parents or guardians of the chosen children to request their consent for participation in the study.A short meeting will then be set up where staff of the health visitor services will record what vaccinations the child has been administered, as outlined in the child’s vaccination record booklet.The study will allow the health ministry to detect and correct any deficiency in its vaccination programme.The ministry said participation in the study will be strictly confidential and personal data will be secured and used only for the purposes of the study.You May LikeSUVs | Search AdsThese SUVs Will Take Your Breath Away. Research 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsSUVs | Search AdsUndoDirectExposeWorld’s First Surviving Octuplets Are All Grown Up. Look At Them 9 Years LaterDirectExposeUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo A new way of doing businessUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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Apple has yet to confirm it’s doing away with the iPhone’s headphone port, is the headphone jack which,” conceded a top Senate Democrat “Don’t forget most Americans agree with him” Though troubling to some Republicans even allegations that Bolton has a tendency to exaggerate intelligence to suit his ideological preconceptions–and intimidate analysts who challenge him–did not seem enough to persuade them to risk the wrath of the Bush White House by opposing him But tales of Bolton’s ferocious management style seemed to strike a toxic note One charge came from Melody Townsel who dispatched an impassioned e-mail to the committee about her encounters with Bolton while working for a private subcontractor on a 1994 US Agency for International Development (AID) mission in the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan Townsel says she wrote a letter to AID officials complaining about the lack of funds for the project from the contractor a company that had hired Bolton as a lawyer “Within hours after dispatching that letter” Townsel told the committee “my hell began Mr Bolton proceeded to chase me through the halls of a Russian hotel–throwing things at me shoving threatening letters under my door and generally behaving like a madman … Mr Bolton then routinely visited [my hotel] to pound on the door and shout threats” Later Townsel says Bolton falsely told AID and other US officials that she was under investigation for misuse of funds Democrats and TIME have found witnesses to corroborate parts of Townsel’s story Republicans point out that she is a Democrat who was a member of the Dallas chapter of Mothers Opposing Bush during the 2004 campaign Townsel tells TIME she did public relations work for the organization but insists her story about her encounter with Bolton–which “had a tremendous terrible impact on me”–is true Read more: Donald Trump Just Hired John Bolton Here’s Why That Makes Some Nervous Bolton faces less partisan accusers as well Nearly 60 retired diplomats many of whom served under Republican Presidents signed a letter to the committee opposing Bolton’s confirmation Frederick Vreeland a former ambassador to Morocco who worked under Bolton when both were senior State Department officials in the Administration of Bush’s father sent an e-mail obtained by TIME to top committee Democrat Joseph Biden saying Bolton “dealt with visitors to his office as if they were servants with whom he could be dismissive curt and negative” Bolton’s supporters acknowledge he has a temper and may not always have treated subordinates kindly but they say Democrats are using Bolton’s abrasive personality as an excuse to kill a nomination they oppose on ideological grounds “If being occasionally tough and aggressive and abrasive were a problem” chided Vice President Dick Cheney “a lot of members of the United States Senate wouldn’t qualify” Said Danielle Pletka vice president for foreign and defense studies at the American Enterprise Institute a conservative think tank where Bolton once worked: “This is not the outrage of sincere grownups over the malfeasance of a senior executive John is not about making the world safe for cocktail parties” But opponents say the problem is more than a matter of bad manners and bruised egos: Bolton’s pattern of intimidation they claim was also aimed at distorting vital intelligence Government sources tell TIME that during President Bush’s first term Bolton frequently tried to push the CIA to produce information to conform to–and confirm–his views “Whenever his staff sent testimony speeches over for clearance often it was full of stuff which was not based on anything we could find” says a retired official familiar with the intelligence-clearance process “So the notes that would go back to him were fairly extensive saying the intelligence just didn’t back up that line” Those episodes sources say frequently involved statements Bolton wanted to make about the malign intentions and weapons capabilities of Cuba and North Korea Two analysts–one at the State Department and the other at the CIA–told the committee they had run afoul of Bolton in 2002 after they warned that he was making assertions in a speech about Cuba’s weapons programs that could not be backed up by US intelligence Bolton they said tried to have them removed from their jobs Witnesses say that after one of the analysts Christian Westermann wrote an internal memo warning of Bolton’s embellishments he was summoned to Bolton’s office and subjected to a finger-wagging tirade Westermann’s boss at the time Carl W Ford Jr,A young man But nobody actually knows what it takes to do the job until youve sat behind the desk . 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Calif. a rookie won the race in 14 days 22 hours and 45 minutes Marketa Peggy Marvanova of the Czech Republic was the first woman in 22 days 18 hours and 4 minutesThe trail climbs to near 12000 feet and drops into searing valleys with no respite from the sun Nighttime temperatures dropped into the low 30s said Jim Reed 57 a retired Duluth firefighter Kershaw seeking shelter one night rolled his sleeping bag out in a Forest Service outhouseMostly it was the relentless climbing and descending and the long hot valleys that wore riders down"The best part of my day was evening when we stopped" Reed said "I looked forward to setting up the tent and crawling in my sleeping bag and being horizontal for a while"Saginaw’s Richie Mattson 60 another retired Duluth firefighter often rode in proximity to Reed and Gruhn’s husband Jere Mohr They all finished together in 27 days 23 hours The Duluth riders averaged about 7 to 8 miles per hour while riding in the taxing terrain Most were riding mountain bikes that fully loaded weighed about 50 pounds"It was crazy how slowly we were crawling along" Gruhn said "I’d look and see that I was going 6 miles per hour and I’m thinking ‘This is pretty hard’"Several of the riders talked about how the terrain and the challenges — muddy roads a snow field steep climbs — changed frequently"I think what got hard quickly was not knowing what was coming up" Kershaw said "I got into the habit of saying ‘We’ll wait and see’ I really had to keep my brain from going too far ahead"Rob Milburn 49 of Duluth had completed the race in 23 days in 2015 riding it from Banff to New Mexico This year he tried riding it the other direction starting in 95-degree desert heatMilburn first developed painful saddle sores Riding awkwardly to compensate for those strained his lower back which has given him problems in the past Taking no chances Milburn peeled off the race route after seven days"I shed a couple of tears when I left the route" he said "I had a hard time doing it — just quitting"He said the experience taught himself something"I had a friend who congratulated me for quitting He said ‘I didn’t know you had it in you’ " Milburn saidRon Williams of Duluth who also started from the south end dropped out of the race as wellWithout outside support of pit crews the cyclists were forced to forage at convenience stores and small trading posts for calories In one stretch riders had to go 180 miles between food resupply points with just one water stop in that span Riding for 10 to 13 hours a day in difficult terrain they burned everything they could take in"The whole idea was to take on as many calories as you could" Reed saidSelection was limited and the riders often survived on candy bars"You learned to eat your chocolate in the morning" Reed said "because it melts in the afternoon""It was like eating out of a vending machine" said Gruhn a vegetarian "You’re asking your body to do so much for a long duration and you’re feeding it with garbage My breakfast the second-to-last day was Oreos and Fritos and two caffeine pills — and that was not that crazy of a breakfast"The race took the riders through some terrific country they said"It was amazing to me — all this work to get to the top of a huge climb and you’re rewarded with an incredible view" Mohr said "So many times I was struck by the fact that I wouldn’t be in this place if it were not for this event"Kershaw found it an emotional as well as a physical ride"Frankly after day four I was in tears part of every day Something would trigger a really strong emotional response" he said "Usually it was triggered by music (in his earbuds) I was emotionally kind of raw"The strikes have their origin in more than a decade of tax cuts spearheaded by some Democrats and Republican legislators as well as a downturn in global energy prices vital to the Oklahoma economy The state is one of the nation’s five largest producers of crude oil and the energy sector accounts directly or indirectly for about one quarter of its jobs according to at least one estimateThe one-two punch of tax breaks and falling energy prices has triggered a series of a state budget crises over the past four years forcing lawmakers to scramble for emergency revenue measures and reducing the pay of Oklahoma teachers to the second-lowest level of any state in the country with an annual average of $45276About a decade ago Oklahoma drew about an average amount of tax revenue per resident compared with the rest of the country But because of a series of budget cuts starting in 2005 tax holidays for the energy sector and the drop in global energy prices the state now ranks 44th of the 50 states on this metric"Some states like Kansas just jumped right off the revenue cliff" said David Blatt who runs the Oklahoma Policy Institute a think tank "But we’ve been slowly sliding down the mountain"The strike and rallies at the capitol began after Republican Gov Mary Fallin signed a bill in late March to boost teachers’ pay by an average of $6100 per year But the state’s fiscal problems are expected to persist The law raised salaries but did little to create new positions or put more money for funding classroom supplies key demands of the teachers The state’s budget remains flat in most other areas according to the Oklahoma Policy CenterOklahoma has seen the steepest cuts to per-pupil school funding over the last decade according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities a left-leaning think tank Oklahoma has cut its per-student funding by 28 percent over the last 10 years adjusted for inflation The only other state that comes close to that reduction is Texas which has had a 16 percent decline in per-pupil funding since 2008 (These numbers do not account for Oklahoma’s teacher pay increase approved this March)Oklahoma lawmakers from both parties have been chipping away at the state’s taxes for years perhaps most notably from 2005 to 2007 when then-Gov Brad Henry a Democrat made a series of cuts to the top income bracket Reductions in the state income tax have cost Oklahoma about $1 billion 75 percent of which came from Henry’s early rate cut according to the Oklahoma Policy Institute The wealthiest 20 percent of households – or those averaging over $246000 a year in income – have benefited from 72 percent of the $1 billion income tax cut with each affluent family gaining an additional $15519 according to the Oklahoma Policy Center The average Oklahoma household has seen its tax burden cut by $228 over the same periodAs a result the amount of money available in state coffers fell by 35 percent over the last decade as a share of residents’ incomePart of this decline stemmed from the state economy’s dependence on global energy prices which took a nosedive in 2014 Oklahoma had been a key source of domestic oil production by the early 20th century but more recently saw its energy production soar thanks to a boom in natural gas or hydraulic fracturing The state’s oil production grew by 10 percent in 2011 20 percent in 2012 and then 30 percent in 2013 leading to what Reuters called "a drilling bonanza [that] minted millionaires and billionaires"This fracking boom helped mask the state tax cuts as companies channeled money to state coffers even in the aftermath of the Great Recession "Oklahoma was very much like Kansas in wanting to cut income taxes" said Richard Auxier an analyst at the Tax Policy Center "They could get away with it when oil and gas revenue was high"In 2009 state tax collections from the oil and gas industry totaled $727 million accounting for 13 percent of the overall budget according to state data But roiled by changes in international energy markets amid stronger foreign competition and weaker demand that number fell steadily every year before hitting a low of $95 million in 2016 – an 86 percent drop These tax collections now make up just three percent of the state’s budgetThe only states where lawmakers saw a greater decline in per-person state revenue available to them were Alaska Wyoming and Louisiana which are similarly dependent on energy prices Oil and gas prices are expected to tick up next year and bring in more money – but likely not enough to make up for the overall trend"Oklahoma’s problem is slumping oil and natural gas tax revenue" said Scott Drenkard of the Tax Foundation a right-leaning think tank "There is a narrative out there that ‘tax cuts for the rich’ are what is causing a revenue pinch but the numbers don’t really bear that out"Others disagree Some note that the state lowered the tax rate for new oil and gas production below its standard seven percent to encourage more production with the rate dropping as low as one percent Analysts say the rate cut cost the state about $300 million to $500 million per year"Even when times were good we weren’t getting more revenue from oil and gas producers" Blatt said "Public policy focusing on tax breaks was a big part of it"Some states that have also recently pushed through big income tax cuts including North Carolina and Ohio did so while also broadening their tax base according to Meg Wiehe of the Institute for Tax and Policy But until this year Oklahoma did very little to balance rate reductions with increases in the tax baseOklahoma raised its cigarette tax and capped deductions as part of its bump in teachers’ pay in March the first time the legislatures pushed through any significant revenue increases in several years according to WieheAuthor information:Jeff Stein is a policy reporter on The Washington Post’s Wonkblog team?" said Duluth’s Jeremy Kershaw, attorney with Inauguration Day-related crimes.It is wrong to jump to the conclusion that the southeast Texas flood is a direct result of global climate change. 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