According to the group, as of the 12 month period through December 2011, 63.6% of Americans reported wearing prescription eyewear. Although that’s down a half a percentage point from two years earlier, it’s essentially offset by an increase in the use of contact lenses (up 0.4%) and reading glasses (up 0.1%) in the same period. Adults who don’t wear prescription eyewear, 19.2% said they have worn eyeglasses without a prescription just to be fashionable an increase of nearly 4% from December 2008 to February 2011..
The commemoration of the sesquicentennial deserves to be more funereal than mirthful, more disconsolate than cheery.One prominent Civil War historian, Allen C. Guelzo of Gettysburg College, sees the sesquicentennial as pitting so many different interests against one another academic historians, popular historians, public historians, reenactors, community organizers and the general public that he believes we might as well “call the whole thing off.” Needless to say, that not possible, since the sesquicentennial will happen whether we want it to or not, and the lack of a federal commission to oversee and coordinate the commemoration won stop anyone from doing so, as the recent festivities in Charleston have loudly made plain. If one takes the rather lackluster Lincoln bicentennial into account, I tempted to agree with Guelzo a Lincoln scholar who, by the way, offered no such cautionary remarks about that overblown and extremely dull commemoration of the 200th birthday of the 16th president that dragged on for two excruciating years.
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While the bill also defines a conflict of interest for a lawmaker as including a financial stake in a bill by a legislator’s spouse, it doesn’t change the Legislature’s rules on voting a lawmaker can still be required to vote on a bill providing a personal or employer benefit. That was the situation in 2013 when the Senate passed a bill to reduce oil taxes. The bill, Senate Bill 21, passed by a single vote, and two of the Senators in the Yes column were employees of ConocoPhillips, a conflict both acknowledged but which didn’t stop them from voting..
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