On Sept. 9, 1950, she married Steven J. Oakley in Iowa City. It was easily the biggest win in the 22 year old Johnson short career. He turned pro last year after a stint at Muskegon Community College in his native Michigan. Other than a mini tour event in Jacksonville in December, it was his only win as a pro.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeUS President Donald Trump has signed an executive order opening the door for government regulators to punish Google, Facebook and Twitter for the way they police content online.Trump signed the order on Thursday after attacking Twitter for tagging his tweets about unsubstantiated claims relating to postal voting fraud with a warning prompting readers to fact check the posts.In addition, Trump said his administration may “remove or change” a provision of a law known as section 230 that shields social media companies from liability for content posted by their users. Attorney General William Barr will begin drafting legislation “immediately” to regulate social media companies.Police who arrested George Floyd face death penalty, says grieving brotherIt represents his latest attempt to use the tools of the presidency to force private companies to change policies that he believes are not favorable to him.”In terms of presidential efforts to limit critical commentary about themselves, I think one would have to go back to the Sedition Act of 1798 which made it illegal to say false things about the president and certain other public officials to find an attack supposedly rooted in law by a president on any entity which comments or prints comments about public issues and public people,” said First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams.Others like Jack Balkin, a Yale University constitutional law professor said “The president is trying to frighten, coerce, scare, cajole social media companies to leave him alone and not do what Twitter has just done to him.”Twitter shares were down 4.4% on Thursday. Facebook was down 1.7 percent and Google parent Alphabet Inc was up slightly.Trump, who uses Twitter virtually every day to promote his policies and insult his opponents, has long claimed without evidence that the site is biased in favour of Democrats.The protections of Section 230 have often been under fire for different reasons from lawmakers including Big Tech critic Senator Josh Hawley.
A couple years in, some big companies wanted to buy us. I didn’t want to sell. I wanted to see if we could connect more people. “This bill proposes a reasonable means to achieve large scale loan modifications for homeowners, allowing people to stay in their homes and avoiding the negative impact of increased abandoned properties in our communities.”Coakley spoke in support of legislation she filed in January with state Senator Karen Spilka, an Ashland Democrat, and Representative Steven M. Walsh, a Lynn Democrat. The proposed law, which they call An Act to Prevent Unlawful and Unnecessary Foreclosures, focuses on mortgage loans that are considered to be risky, including those with interest only payment and adjustable rates..