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State Senate OKs partial of California Dream Act

The college dreams of thousands of students who are bootleg immigrants changed closer to accomplishment Wednesday after a state Senate authorized a check that for a initial time would give them entrance to open financial aid.

Part of a two-bill package famous as a California Dream Act, a magnitude would concede undocumented students who validate for reduced in-state fee to request for Cal Grants, village college waivers and other open assist programs. To be eligible, they contingency be California high propagandize graduates who attended schools in a state during slightest 3 years, and denote financial need and educational merit.

The Senate vote

Article source: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-dream-20110901,0,5365623.story?track=rss

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Thursday, September 1st, 2011 Los Angeles Dentists No Comments

Beth Henley’s Eerie ‘Jacksonian’ Will Star Bill Pullman, Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Glenne Headly in L.A.

The Jacksonian, Beth Henley’s new play set in a decrepit motel in Mississippi, MS, circa 1964, will be populated with Ed Harris, Bill Pullman, Amy Madigan and Glenne Headly, Geffen Playhouse announced.

The world-premiere production, destined by Robert Falls, will open Feb. 8, 2012, in Los Angeles.

In The Jacksonian by Pulitzer Prize leader Henley (Crimes of a Heart), Harris, a four-time Oscar hopeful and Broadway maestro who recently seemed during a Geffen Playhouse in Wrecks, “plays Bill Perch, a dentist with obscure probity who goes to The Jacksonian to bury his secrets,” according to Geffen notes. “Estranged from his wife, played

Article source: http://news.yahoo.com/s/playbill/20110627/en_playbill/152144

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Tuesday, June 28th, 2011 Los Angeles Dentists No Comments

School Band Instruments are Teeming with Bacteria and Fungi

Playing a low-pitched instrument is good for kids’ building smarts — consider it’s perfect fluke that Tiger Mom placed so most importance on piano practice? — though a new investigate shows it could be bad for their health.

In a latest installment of truly sum educational research, a biography General Dentistry has published a investigate display used woodwind and coronet instruments are heavily infested with a germ and fungi. Even worse, those germ and fungi are related to infections trimming from teenager to critical spreading and allergic diseases. (More on

Article source: http://healthland.time.com/2011/04/22/band-instruments-are-teeming-with-bacteria-and-fungi/

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Friday, April 22nd, 2011 General Dentistry No Comments


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