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APTN National NewsA plane crash in northern Ontario Tuesday has left four people dead and one survivor.Witnesses say the weather at the time of the crash was like a blizzard.Now a community is left to work through the trauma and wonder what exactly happened.APTN National News reporter Meagan Fiddler has the story.
Uni’stot’en Healing Centre in LNG pipeline path. Photo: Kathleen Martens/APTNKathleen MartensAPTN NewsThe Unist’ot’en Healing Centre stands among the tall trees more than two hours drive southeast of Smithers, B.C.An impressive three-storey complex surrounded by outbuildings.“It’s a healing facility – not a protest camp,” said spokeswoman Freda Huson, who lives here with her husband and hereditary Chief Smogelgem (Warner Naziel).A healing centre that just happens to be in the path of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline that will carry natural gas from northeastern B.C. to tanker ships waiting at the Port of Kitimat to sail to Asian markets.When LNG Canada announced the $40-billion pipeline approval in October, it said it had unanimous support from all northern B.C. First Nations.But the hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en Nation are opposed – even though their elected band council has endorsed the project.“We don’t want their money,” said Chief Na’Moks (John Ridsdale).“We’ve stripped the names from three female hereditary chiefs for supporting the pipeline. A name is more important than money.”(Hereditary chiefs of Wet’suwet’en Nation in northern B.C. Photo: Kathleen Martens/APTN)Ridsdale speaks for one of five clans that comprise the nation made up of 22,000 square kilometres of territory between Burns Lake and Kitimat.It’s a stunning terrain, dotted with snow-capped mountains and pristine waterways.Ridsdale and the other chiefs, wearing traditional regalia, are showing their support today.They must pledge to respect the centre’s ways before being allowed to pass a high wooden gate studded with barbed wire.They then sit down to a lunch of fish caught in the Morice River just steps from the front door.They meet two male band members here to detox from substance abuse.“Once people are strong they want to reconnect to the land and protect the territory,” said Huson, who has lived here for 10 years.“You can’t stand up if you’re oppressed; people come here to get decolonized.”One of those men is on video posted to the group’s Facebook page turning back officials from TransCanada Corp.(Officials from TransCanada Corp. were turned away. Photo: Kathleen Martens/APTN)It’s a peaceful rejection but the company will be back – TransCanada has to clear land for the pipeline it plans to begin constructing in the first quarter of 2019.And, sure enough, TransCanada filed an injunction Nov. 27 saying it would try to enter the camp again on Dec. 10.But the Wet’suwet’en believe fossil fuel will poison the land, kill the fish and sicken the wildlife.“The sound of stuff going through the pipe is going to disturb the moose and mountain goats,” said Ridsdale, who noted 23 per cent or about 190 kilometres of the pipeline would run through Wet’suwet’en territory.“That’s about 190 kilometres too much.”APTN Investigates was the first to be allowed access to the camp. Watch Rob Smith’s story here: DefianceRidsdale is proud of their opposition despite the rift it has caused within his community.But he doesn’t criticize other nations – only Wet’suwet’en members who have accepted “millions of dollars in mutual benefit agreements.”“They’ve dirtied their blankets,” he said of the ceremonial shoulder mantles chiefs wear. “That’s greed.”TransCanada said 20 bands along the pipeline route have given their blessing after six years of meetings.Only the hereditary Wet’suwet’en chiefs refused to participate, the company said.(Chief Councillor Crystal Smith of Haisla Nation. Photo: Kathleen Martens/APTN)The neighbouring Haisla Nation also wants to help its hurting people.And use pipeline money to do it.Chief Councillor Crystal Smith said they will build a healing centre with LNG funds.“We want opportunity for our people,” she said standing on the shore of the Douglas Channel.“An opportunity for programming to heal from that past trauma like residential school.”Haisla territory includes the coastal shoreline where TransCanada is dredging to deepen the port to accommodate big ships, which will carry the cargo after it has been liquefied at a new plant to be built here.LNG will set up shop next to Rio Tinto’s aluminum smelter at Kitimat.“That was an opportunity we weren’t a part of,” said Smith, tilting her head towards the smelter’s exhaust plume rising above the thick forest.“It’s a meaningful partnership this time, with environmental standards. LNG treated us like the rightful landowners.”(Home on Haisla Nation. Photo: Kathleen Martens/APTN)Red-and-white lawn signs in support of LNG and its development in northern B.C. pepper Kitamaat Village, the band’s townsite.Along with jobs and funds, Smith said LNG has set a new standard for consultation.She said there were 86 meetings leading up to the project’s permit being awarded.Smith said other industries have come and gone – without remediating the pollution they left behind.She is confident that won’t happen this time.And, she said, hundreds of Haisla band members have left, too, in search of housing, employment and education elsewhere.Now Smith wants to give them something to come back for.Turning serious now, she reveals her common-law husband took his own life five years ago after struggling with mental illness.That has motivated her to put health and wellness at the top of her development list.“I want to change our quality of life,” she said gazing over the water.“I want to make an impact on this generation.”email@example.com@katmarte
CANBERRA, Australia — Shareholders on Monday gave final approval to the merger of television network Nine Entertainment and newspaper publisher Fairfax Media into an Australian media giant to be known only as Nine despite one shareholder’s late bid to stop the deal.Antony Catalano, a former chief executive of the online real estate listings portal Domain Group which is majority-owned by Fairfax, said he will ask the Federal Court on Nov. 27 to stop the merger.Catalano, who owns shares in both Domain and Fairfax, wrote to Fairfax chairman Nick Falloon late Sunday offering to buy 19.9 per cent of Fairfax and asking for Monday’s Fairfax shareholders meeting to be delayed.The Fairfax board said in a statement on Monday that it remained unanimously behind the merger with Nine.“The letter contains no actual proposal that could be considered by Fairfax shareholders as an alternative to the proposed scheme of arrangement with Nine Entertainment,” the statement said.The merger was supported by 81.5 per cent of Fairfax shareholders representing 88.6 per cent of shares. The deal had needed the support of at least 60 per cent of shareholders representing at least 70 per cent of shares.Falloon said that subject to court approval, the merger would occur on Dec. 7 and the new entity would begin trading on the Australian share market on Dec. 10.The merger would give Nine shareholders 51.1 per cent of the combined entity and make Nine chief executive Hugh Marks leader of the new company.Fairfax shareholders would own the remaining 48.9 per cent of the company, which will become Australia’s largest media player. The Fairfax family name which has been part of the Australian media landscape for 177 years appears set to disappear.Rod McGuirk, The Associated Press
NEW YORK — Goodbye iPhones and Facebook feed. Hello power plants and bleach.Since stocks began tumbling two months ago, investors haven’t abandoned the market. At least, not all of it. In recent weeks, as they’ve pulled money out of funds that invest in go-go technology companies, they’ve also been buying utilities, companies that make everyday necessities for consumers and other stocks that tend to have smaller swings in price than the rest of the market.It’s part of a big shift in investor behaviour as fears about rising interest rates, a global trade war and slowing economic growth around the world have roiled markets. The S&P 500 plunged a combined 3.4 per cent Monday and Tuesday, with technology stocks again suffering particularly sharp losses, and the index has lost 9.6 per cent since setting its record on Sept. 20.Technology stocks’ fall marks a big turnaround from earlier this year, and from much of the bull market that began nearly a decade ago. After leading the market higher on the backs of their strong profit growth, Facebook and other big-name tech companies have recently stumbled on concerns that increased government regulation will dent their profits, on top of all the other concerns dragging on the rest of the market.Apple has slumped particularly hard on fears that its newest crop of iPhones isn’t as popular as expected after phone-part suppliers gave discouraging forecasts. Apple has plunged 19.7 per cent since the S&P 500 set its record two months ago, nearly double the loss of the index. Amazon, the third-most valuable U.S. company after Apple and Microsoft, has fallen 21.3 per cent over the same time, during which it gave a forecast for revenue growth this holiday season that fell short of Wall Street’s high expectations.After their years of eye-popping returns, those stocks had become some of the most popular to own among hedge funds, mutual funds and other investors. But just as they bought the stocks together on the way up, investors are now heading for the exits en masse as well.“There’s no doubt that tech companies are widely owned, people have made a lot of money on them and we’re finally seeing for the first time where the rotation is having some legs,” said Nate Thooft, senior portfolio manager at Manulife Asset Management. “They’re selling the winners and redeploying the money somewhere else.”For now, at least, that somewhere else has been areas of the stock market seen as holding steadier during economic downturns. Last week, for example, investors plowed $1.47 billion into exchange-traded funds that focus on utility stocks. The thinking is that utilities’ customers will continue to turn on their lights and buy power regardless of how many tariffs get placed on Chinese goods.Utility stocks have not only held up better than the rest of the market in recent weeks, they’ve been among the few areas to thrive. Shares of Duke Energy and Xcel Energy have both climbed more than 7 per cent since the S&P 500 began its downturn after Sept. 20.Besides utilities, investors have also been putting money into real-estate stocks and companies that make everyday items for consumers, such as Church & Dwight. The maker of Arm & Hammer baking soda and Oxiclean stain fighters has climbed nearly 10 per cent over the last two months. Clorox, which last month reported stronger profit than analysts expected, is up 5.1 per cent.All these companies are common fodder for “low-volatility” ETFs that have surged in popularity in recent weeks as investors seek out stocks that have historically had smaller price swings than the rest of the market. Last week, $1.3 billion went into “low-volatility” ETFs.At the same time, nearly $500 million left technology stock ETFs. It’s a huge about-face in interest. As recently as two months ago, these ETFs had attracted $8 billion in net investment for 2018. But subsequent waves of selling mean they’re now down to $525.9 million in net investment for the year, according to Jefferies.“These things had outperformed the S&P by a mile over the last three years,” said Mark Hackett, chief of investment research at Nationwide Investment Management. But that’s changed now. “On good days they’re not the leaders, and on bad days they’re the laggards.”Stan Choe And Marley Jay, The Associated Press
New Delhi: The central government on Tuesday extended for five more years the ban on the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), a terror group that was behind the assassination of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.The ban has been extended under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, a notification issued by the Union Home ministry stated. India had banned the LTTE after the assassination of Gandhi in 1991. The ban on the group was last extended for five years in 2014. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange frameworkThe LTTE, a terror outfit based in Sri Lanka but has its supporters, sympathisers and agents in India, came up in 1976. Its objective for a separate homeland (Tamil Eelam) for all Tamils threatens the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India, and amounts to cession and secession of a part of the territory of India from the Union and thus falls within the ambit of unlawful activities, the notification said. The LTTE’s continued violent and disruptive activities are prejudicial to the integrity and sovereignty of India, it said.
26 April 2007As auditors comb through the records of United Nations activities in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) following on a request from Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, UN Development Programme (UNDP) documents are being secured ahead of the impending departure of the agency’s last two staff members, an official said today. David Morrison, Communications Director of UNDP, said he had been asked to clarify aspects of the suspension of its activities in the country following the announcement earlier this week that the staff members would depart. The internal audit was triggered by press reports suggesting that the agency’s own audits raised concerns about payments being channelled to the Government, which is under Security Council sanctions because of its proclaimed nuclear test. UNDP announced the suspension last month, and said it would withdraw all but two of its international staff over the failure to implement conditions set up following reports that UN funds improperly went to the Government. These conditions included ending all hard currency payments and discontinuing sub-contracting of national staff via Government recruitment as of 1 March, as well as adjusting the content of current programmes to support sustainable human development goals. Mr. Morrison told journalists in New York that UNDP’s country-office assets, such as computers, records and vehicles – “the equipment that we need to do our job” – have been safeguarded and transported to the UN World Food Programme (WFP) country office in Pyongyang. These are all “fully accessible to the auditors,” he added.Regarding so-called “project assets,” which are purchased as part of programme activities, he noted that some came from projects which were operationally finished and required only paperwork to wind down. In those cases, as was standard practice, the assets were transferred to the DPRK authorities, he said. Mr. Morrison recalled that in late January, the UNDP Executive Board had called for the agency to narrow the scope of its activities in DPRK to those that directly benefited the country’s people, rather than to build the capacity of Government. In response, 15 projects were cancelled. “Anything that was already in the possession of the DPRK authorities they were given title to, and anything that had not yet been transferred was simply interrupted.”The remaining projects were put on hold in accordance with UNDP’s decision to suspend its activities in DPRK, not end them. “To implement the suspension, what we did was simply ask the DPRK authorities to sign notes of custody for the fiscal assets that they already had in their possession, and that’s what they’ve done so we can account for exactly where the projects were as we interrupted them,” he said.“The future of those projects will depend on guidance we receive from the Executive Board as this plays out, and obviously the audit will figure into that.”In all cases mentioned, physical assets were already possessed by the DPRK authorities, “There have been no cases when we’ve gone and transferred something new to the DPRK authorities,” he said.To questions that have been raised about Timo Pakkala, the UNDP Resident Coordinator in DPRK, Mr. Morrison said, “he remains the designated Resident Coordinator in DPRK – there’s been no transference of that function to any other agency.”Mr. Pakkala left the country on 15 March, travelled to New York where he was made available to the auditors, and then proceeded to join his family. “My understanding is that he is now with his family on special leave with pay in Europe, and he is fully available to continue assisting with the audit or any other measures relating to DPRK,” Mr. Morrison said.On the withdrawal of staff, Mr. Morrison said that on 26 March at a meeting in Pyongyang, the DPRK authorities “told us that given that we were soon not to have any more programmatic activities, we should withdraw our final two staff by the 30th of April, so we are in the process of doing so.”He expressed confidence that “everything that needs to be prepared for the audit has been prepared and that everything that needs to have been done to wind down the programme has been done.”Any Executive Board decision on the future of UNDP would be informed by the results of the audit, he said.Responding to questions, he said an interim audit was being prepared and would be submitted to the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ) – a powerful UN budget watchdog – but added that he had no time frame on when that would happen.After the issue came to light in January, the Secretary-General promised an external, system-wide probe of UN activities in the field, targeting as his first priority countries where hard currency transactions, independence of staff hiring and access to review local projects were an issue and beginning with the DPRK.
Vancouver has banned owners of basement suites and laneway houses from listing them on Airbnb after a heated debate in which some city councillors warned that homeowners would not be able to pay their mortgages without the extra income.City council approved new regulations in a 7-4 vote Tuesday for vacation websites such as Airbnb and Expedia. The rules prohibit hosts from listing homes that are not their principal residence, including any secondary suites on their property.Mayor Gregor Robertson and members of his Vision Vancouver party defended the rules as necessary because the vacancy rate is just above zero and housing is needed for long-term renters.Airbnb rentals in central Paris capped at 120 days a yearSeattle approves tax on Airbnb, short-term rental operators“I’m stunned to hear that some councillors don’t believe there’s a problem here. We have 6,000 illegal short-term rentals in the city,” he said.“I can’t imagine doing nothing.”The new regulations will come into effect on April 1, 2018. Hosts must buy a business licence that costs $49 annually, plus spend $54 on a one-time application fee, and display their licence number in online listing. Those who fail to comply will face a $1,000 ticket per violation.Homeowners will still be allowed to list an individual room inside their principal residence. Tenants who are renting a basement apartment or laneway house will be allowed to list it on Airbnb, as long as it’s their principal residence and they have permission from the owner.Some short-term rental hosts criticized the proposed rules at a public hearing last month, saying the changes will deprive them of much-needed income.Councillors from the opposing Non-Partisan Association echoed those concerns on Tuesday, with Coun. George Affleck warning that homeowners who depend on the extra income will be forced to leave Vancouver or lead “very challenging lives.”Affleck said the city should instead focus on ensuring more rental housing gets built.“We’re just creating more bureaucracy, more taxation, more sticks and we’re not solving the problem. We’re making Vancouver more unaffordable and a harder place to live, whether you’re a renter or an owner,” he said.But Coun. Andrea Reimer of Vision Vancouver said secondary suites and laneway houses were approved to provide accommodation for local residents, not tourists.She said she just received an eviction notice at her rental home on Monday night — her second eviction in 16 months due to “speculation and flipping.”If the vacancy rate rises to four per cent or higher, city staff will report back to council on whether to allow owners to list their secondary suites on short-term rental websites.Council also passed a voluntary transaction fee of three per cent on bookings, which would be remitted to the city.Alex Dagg, public policy manager for Airbnb Canada, said the company is unable to impose a voluntary fee and instead would like to see the province amend the hotel tax so that it applies to short-term rentals.Dagg applauded Vancouver for making short-term rentals legal, but she criticized the ban on listing secondary suites. Many people list them on Airbnb because they’re in use by family or friends for most of the year and can’t be rented to long-term tenants, she said.“What short-term renting does is allow a homeowner or someone in a primary residence to use their space in a flexible way,” she said in an interview.The city estimates 80 per cent of short-term rentals will become legal under the new rules. Dagg said the estimate lines up with Airbnb’s numbers on people who are renting their principal residences.Vancouver is the latest jurisdiction to crack down on vacation websites. Seattle council voted Monday to impose a levy of $14 per night for short-term rentals of entire homes, and $8 per night for rooms, with the taxes to kick in by 2019.
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Construction resumed in April 2012 after the project was put on hold in 2008. Ledcor provided pipeline and conduits, mechanical, civil, structural and architectural, electrical, and instrumentation services for the early works/site infrastructure build out which included:Raw water intakeWater treatment plantWastewater treatment plantNatural gas conditioningElectrical power distribution systemUtility pipelinesFiber optics. Aecon Group has been awarded a mining contract with an estimated value of $123 million by Fort Hills Energy for mining site development at the Fort Hills oil sands project in Alberta. Work will commence later this month, and is expected to be complete in the second quarter of 2016. “We are very pleased to work with Fort Hills and its operator, Suncor Energy Operating, a long-time, valued client,” said Teri McKibbon, Aecon’s President & Chief Executive Officer. “Aecon has recently announced three key mining contracts – a solid foundation of backlog for the mining segment as we enter the second half of the year, and further utilisation of our mining fleet of equipment.”Ledcor is another of the project contractors. Construction on the Suncor Fort Hills site, 90 km north of Fort McMurray, began in 2008 and included the piling scope contract for the Waste Water Treatment Plant. Approximately 469 12” H-Piles, these foundations were installed to support numerous applications such as tanks and pump pedestals.
From inception up until the setting up process, how did you start your business? In truth, I started out in hospitality, running an extremely busy function centre in the Eastern suburbs in Melbourne and later in Sydney. I believe that every experience in life leads to a learning curve which makes you stronger and more attune to making business decisions. It is my belief that the hospitality sector taught me my management skills which in turn make me approachable from an apprentice to a CEO. Built-rite is a young company with an impressive track record in shop fitting, corporate interiors and restaurant/bar fit-outs. We are based in Melbourne, but serve a growing list of national and international clients, building on success born from a strong commitment to customer service, high quality standards and “value for money” philosophy. What would you say stands out as the comparative advantage of your business over the competition? A totally flexible attitude to business enables us to manage a wide range of projects on a design and build basis as well as to work alongside clients’ own architects and designers. Our core management team embraces the essential functions of financial control, estimating, setting-out and contract management. What sets Built-rite above the rest is our commitment. Every site is personally controlled by a member of the management team to ensure deadlines are met promptly. Customer service and satisfaction are of paramount importance to Built-rite. Did your Greek background help you or impede you during your early days?Growing up in Greece and serving in the army at an early age has in my view helped me to be resilient, to accept constructive critique and above all has taught me to be disciplined in all aspects of life and every day decisions we make. How is business currently given the world financial crisis, and what are some of the major projects you’re involved overseas? Built-rite has in the last 2 years completed work in the following overseas locations: London – Playboy Concept Store in Oxford Street London New Zealand- Playboy Concept Store and Christopher Chronis UAE- Jones the Grocer, Abu Dhabi. Do you have any tips for young entrepreneurs?Be disciplined and deliver what you promise no matter what the expense. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
PORTLAND — Thirteen of the Oregon refuge occupation defendants who either pleaded guilty to a federal conspiracy charge or were convicted at trial have agreed to pay a total of $78,000 to the government to compensate for the costs of the takeover and damage to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.Based on their culpability in the 41-day occupation of the federal wildlife sanctuary in eastern Oregon in early 2016, their restitution amounts differ from $3,000, $5,000, $7,000 and $10,000 a person.It’s a far cry from the estimated $6 million that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimated the occupation cost the federal agency, of which $2 million resulted from paying to move the refuge’s 17 employees out of town for safety to live at government expense in hotels for weeks. The rest included costs to pay for repairs and upgrades. It’s also far short of the nearly $1 million figure the government initially floated for restitution, according to several of the defendants.Oregon’s U.S. Attorney Billy J. Williams estimated last fall that the cost of the law enforcement response – from local, county and state police to the more than 1,000 FBI agents who cycled in from Portland and other cities during the refuge occupation – was just under $12 million.Jon Ritzheimer and Ryan Payne, who pleaded guilty to a federal conspiracy charge, and Jason Patrick, who was convicted at trial of federal conspiracy and other misdemeanor offenses, each have agreed to pay $10,000 in restitution.
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CAMAS — Families can enjoy free movies and popcorn at 2:30 p.m. every Wednesday at the Camas Public Library as part of the summer reading program. The library is located at 625 N.E. Fourth Avenue in Camas. For details call 360-834-4692.• June 27: “Mirror Mirror,” a comic and fantasy-filled retelling of Snow White; rated PG.• July 11: “War Horse.” During World War I, a spirited horse is conscripted for the British army. Based on the book by Michael Morpurgo; rated PG-13.• July 18: “Finding Nemo.” A father clownfish searches for his son, who was captured by a scuba diver; rated G.• July 25: “The Adventures of Tintin.” Tintin and his loyal dog Snowy embark on an action-packed journey around the world. Based on the comic books by Hergé; rated PG.• Aug. 1: “Beauty and the Beast.” Belle is imprisoned in the castle of a mysterious beast. Based on the classic fairy tale; rated G.• Aug. 8: “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.” The world’s greatest detective and his sidekick Dr. Watson face Professor Moriarty. Based on the stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; rated PG-13.
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It is a government that is playing the game according to the dictate of the IMF and the World Bank. or the Asian triumvirate of China India and the Philippines In other words the 1965 act is doing its job: enticing highly skilled workers to come to America “Newly arrived immigrants aren’t coming in illegally because they don’t have to and that’s a big economic change” Lopez says “We see Chinese people coming to pursue higher education Indians in tech and Filipinos [filling] medical careers” And while that might seem like a stereotype Lopez says that it all comes back to the 1965 law’s favoring highly educated immigrant populations Americans however can’t seem to make up their mind about what exactly they think about immigration On the one hand 45% say that immigration has made American society better with 54% saying the immigration system in the US needs to be addressed and an additional 28% going so far as to say it’s a broken system in need of total restructuring But 37% of 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that the act itself was not the origin of modern immigrationa number of factors worked to create the America we know today “We use the 1965 law to start analysis but it’s unclear whether the law itself [is the reason for change in American immigration patterns]” he says Write to Tanya Basu at tanyabasu@timecomKansas health and environment officials have issued a health warning after a 9-year-old girl died from a brain-eating amoeba that lives in fresh water Hally Yust is reported to have been a regular water-skier who frequently swam in freshwater areas She died last week after encountering the parasite Naegleria fowleri which is found in warm still water Florida officials have provided similar warnings following Yust’s death Last summer Florida resident Zachary Reyna 12 died after he picked up the parasite while playing in a ditch near his home The Department of Health and Environment in Kansas said that it’s not clear where Yust a resident of Johnson County contracted the parasite 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assistant who posted 21 winners with just 13 unforced errors Taking a swipe at SP Avocados a clinical research coordinator for a urology group with a self-described "conservative Christian worldview [of] how the Bible instructs us and details the truth of Gods word" The Oudshoffs and their three children ages ten twelve and twelve are part of a group that has traveled from Florida to DC to attend the Road to Majority Conference organized by Ralph Reed’s Faith and Freedom Coalition in hopes of meeting with legislators from their state including Representative David Jolly and Senator Marco Rubio "Were not typical Floridians" Regina Brown founder of the biblical Christian activist group Transforming Florida is quick to point out "Its a spiritual battle more than a political battle" Misty Oudshoff 38 says and theyre here to challenge the idea that Washington gridlock can stymie even the most impassioned activists After the conferences opening luncheon with remarks by Senator Ted Cruz Ambassador John Bolton and Rubio among others attended by about 1500 guests the eleven in the Florida group pile onto buses with the other self-identifying freedom warriors heading to the Capitol The first stop for the Florida gang: a meeting with Jolly who many of them worked for during his last campaign FFC has armed its members with a packet of talking points for their meetings There is a page on immigration reform ("FFC opposes amnesty in any form") a page on religious freedom and the Affordable Care Act ("We oppose the employer mandates in Obamacare that force employers including religious charities to provide health care services that violate their faith and assault their conscience") and a page on education ("FFC opposes federal imposition of Common Core because of its one size fits all approach to education") Packets in hand the Floridians go to Jollys office where they are seated in a conference room Jolly is still busy with the vote for the new House Majority Leader so while they wait the group finds pictures of themselves at Jollys victory party to send to his office They also eagerly discuss the vote they are all rooting for Tea Party favorite Rep Raul Labrador over current leadership team member Rep Kevin McCarthy "We need to pray about this" someone says "Can you tell us who hes voting for" Brown 59 asks a staffer The staffer claims he doesnt know and Brown responds "Well text him right now and ask" Before he can respond Mark Kober an air-conditioner installer from Largo gets a breaking news update on his phone: McCarthy has won the election And in another disappointment for the day the group is informed that Jolly wont be able to join them Brown immediately suggests another time for the meeting and gets a "maybe" from the staffer For now thats good enough for her She does a little victory dance and says "All you need to do is pretend you know what youre doing" Next the group heads across the street to take a tour of the Capitol before their appointment with Rubio though Brown hasnt been able to get confirmation they’ll actually meet him yet just another "maybe" As he walks through the Capitol Kober 35 marvels at how many famous men and women have walked these same halls and how at some point reverence for that fact must wear off "Thats why you need people like us" he says "To remind you of where you came from" Suddenly Senator Ted Cruz walks by and smiles "Did you just see that" "That was Ted Cruz" "Did you see him" The group titters Its the closest theyve been to a lawmaker all day But such excitement is ephemeral At this point its past four so the rotunda is closed and sitting in the nearby gallery overlooking the floor of the Senate means looking down at a room full of empty chairs during a quorum call The tour ends early Disappointment begins to set in "Were just a day late and a dollar short everywhere we go today" Misty says The group makes a final stop of the day at Rubios office But there the tentative meeting "maybe" becomes "no" and the group meets instead with JR Sanchez Rubios director of outreach and senior policy advisor Still this last meeting of the day is also their first and they are eager to talk "Give me some solutions" Sanchez says "Tell me what I can relay back to Marco" With an opening to bring up the talking points someone mentions immigration reform "Under the current administration weve realized we will never be able to pass real comprehensive immigration reform" Sanchez replies The Oudshoffs then talk about how they feel the Left is infringing upon their religious freedom by not letting people express Christian religious views in schools "At the end of the day you cant force your faith and values on people" Sanchez says "but you shouldnt have your personal religious beliefs impaired" How about the decay of the nuclear family unit in society "We cant legislate how people should conduct themselves in marriage or not" Sanchez says but that they should support laws that 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