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WASHINGTON, DC The Obama Administration today finalized groundbreaking standards that will increase fuel economy to the equivalent of 54.5 mpg for cars and light duty trucks by Model Year 2025. When combined with previous standards set by this Administration, this move will nearly double the fuel efficiency of those vehicles compared to new vehicles currently on our roads. Oil consumption by 12 billion barrels..
“I am proud to celebrate the eighth anniversary of the Ukrainian Constitution. It was on June 28, 1996 that the citizens of Ukraine consolidated their sovereignty and independence after three quarters of a century of communist rule. Today, as Ukraine prepares for its upcoming presidential elections, Ukrainians have the opportunity to demonstrate the power of democracy in Eastern Europe by selecting their future leader through elections that fairly and freely reflect the will of the people.
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That helped instill into me good habits about saving and spending only on what was necessary. I thought exactly like you did: if I have the cash, why do I need to get a credit card? I had a teacher who once mentioned in class that her one of her credit cards was closed because she didn use it frequently enough. That, and coming across people that weren responsible with their money led to me thinking that I should avoiv credit cards.
Decision on ban on use of tear gas postponed Also at Tuesday’s Common Council meeting was debate on a proposal to ban the use of tear gas effective in February of 2021. While I did not support a different proposal that would have banned all use of tear gas, mace, and impact projectile devices, I did and do support the proposed ban of tear gas in Madison. Tear gas has been banned from use in war for nearly a century (UN Geneva Protocol of 1925, Chemical Weapons Convention of 1993) and should not be used in our city and by our police department for crowd control.