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once the power station construction is completed, Apple said it plans to centralize its London operations there by 2021,” She then added: “P. “The whole point of freedom of navigation in international waters is that its international waters, In a video revealing the lawsuit, Bush is known for having an affinity for colorful socks and the bright green pair he was gifted by Clinton,When we got back to our vacation cottage and the Internet,A. published in American Political Science Review in May 2013,C. hotel suite in 2016; Ellison denied this happened in a recent interview on CNN saying "I was in no such meeting"More recently in Minnesota Ellison was seen wearing a T-shirt during Minneapolis’ May Day parade saying "Yo no creo en fronteras" which translates to "I don’t believe in borders"Several news outlets picked up the storyWhen asked what he meant by wearing the T-shirt Ellison said "I went to a concert for a group called Las Cafeteras I think they’re a good band they got a great beat and they’re good And I got a T-shirt It was not a political statement it was clothing"But he added "We have to remember that we signed a 1951 treaty for asylees and refugees that we have to abide by . I think the Trump administration is abrogating that treaty And I am concerned about that"For the most part the Democratic candidates touted their own positions rather than go after Ellison Each spoke in similar ways about the need to protect health care and the environment from any erosion at the federal level; to get serious about prosecuting senior abuse; to address the opioid crisis; to fight for consumer protections Mike RothmanAs the state’s Commerce commissioner since 2011 Mike Rothman 56 of Minnetonka does talk quite a bit about consumer protection — his job until he stepped down in November to runBut he unsurprisingly makes great effort to point out the gamut that "consumer protection" entailed"Everything from protecting senior citizens from financial abuse and exploitation to stopping predatory lending . to making sure there wasn’t fraud in the real estate market" Rothman said "In the energy sector I . advocated for the public to keep utility rates low but also to build out the clean energy economy"The current law for example places the "renewable energy standard" — the portion of total generation capacity from wind solar or energy efficiency — at 25 percent by 2025 Rothman proposed doubling it to 50 percent by 2030He hopes to not only launch additional action against drug manufacturers for alleged deceptive marketing of opiates but working closely with the health-care industry on addiction-recovery issues"The next big issue" for Rothman he said is tackling the high cost of prescription medicines noting "As commerce commissioner I oversaw the health insurance industry understand it extremely well very well"Before becoming Commerce commissioner Rothman was a long-time litigator at Winthrop & Weinstine in Minneapolis focusing on financial service lawMatt PelikanAfter Attorney General Lori Swanson failed to get the necessary votes for a DFL endorsement to continue her job and dropped out her opponent Minneapolis attorney Matt Pelikan picked up the endorsement"They saw I was a fighter . People are tired with an establishment that has not been getting the results that they need in the economy and in their community" said Pelikan 37 of MinneapolisWhen asked about top issues Pelikan decried what he called the deterioration of the office — down to roughly 130 attorneys Funding for the office has been cut by the Legislature since at least 2002And the big issue for him he said was "we have to invigorate the anti-trust division . Minnesota used to lead the nation Anti-trust is a tool we can use to shift the balance of power to the working class" Pelikan saidPelikan also said he would "redouble our commitment to reproductive rights protecting refugees LGBTQ rights" and added that when it came to law enforcement "Black Lives Matter and we have to combat bias in policing and prosecution"He also said he will also oppose pipeline and mining proposals like the PolyMet project in northeast MinnesotaDebra HilstromA longtime member and former chair of the Minnesota House’s public safety committee Debra Hilstrom 50 of Brooklyn Center spent a long time talking about the exploitation of the elderly and vulnerable adults"We’re seeing more and more senior abuse We’re seeing more and more scams Right now there’s no regulation or licensing scheme for in-home health care at all" said Hilstrom who — up until she decided to run for attorney general — was also an Anoka County prosecutorShe touts the 17 felony elder-abuse cases still pending in her Anoka County office in January the month she left to run for attorney generalWhen it comes to health care she said she would direct the attorney general’s office to continue to fight against "price gouging" by pharmaceutical companiesHilstrom has garnered key endorsements particularly in the law enforcement arena The Police and Peace Officers Association and the Minnesota Professional Fire Fighters both back her along with some labor groups"I’m the only one in this race who’s both passed the laws and defended them in the courtroom" she addedTom Foley"I’ve managed a large public law office in two large metropolitan jurisdictions And that’s essentially what the AG’s office is" said Foley 70 of St Paul who ran the Ramsey County attorney’s office from 1979 to 1994 and took over the Washington County office for just a year in 1998 after the former county attorney diedHe’s also had a slew of other public service jobs from several years as deputy commissioner of Corrections to commissioner of the Metropolitan Airports CommissionWhen talking priorities Foley starts his conversation by saying the attorney general should get more engaged in school safety efforts"Whether I’m talking about firearms (to) bullying and suicides" he said the attorney general’s office should work more closely with the Legislature on those issues When it comes to firearms he said he was opposed to "assault weapons high-capacity magazines and bump-stocks"While at Ramsey County he initiated one of the first family violence and child abuse units in the country Currently in his private practice he’s suing pharmaceutical companies on behalf of 30 Native American tribes and 20 rural hospitals and health care providers over allegedly deceptive marketing practices and unfair trade practices"Others are talking about it I’m already doing that" Foley saidKeith EllisonKeith Ellison spends much of his time talking about better working conditions for MinnesotansHe said the reason he decided to abandon a safe congressional seat is he felt he could achieve more as an attorney general than as a congressman particularly one in the minority"Working conditions pay This economy is not working for a lot of working people" said Ellison 55 of Minneapolis "And by the way small business owners are working people too; farmers are working people too And we want to make sure that this economy is one in which everybody can thrive and grow"Asked for specifics Ellison noted that while in Congress he offered amendments to appropriation bills saying no one would be eligible for federal contracts if they violated fair labor standards At the state level Ellison said he could work with the Department of Labor and Industry to achieve the same endFor what he called "high-road" businesses he said he was considering an annual recognition that such businesses could use to promote themselves to customersEllison also said he would join other states in defending protections in the Affordable Care Act for pre-existing conditions Just this week Ellison put out a "family farm protection plan" which led with that position on behalf of "Minnesota farmers who often face limited options on the individual market"The plan also included using anti-trust law to fight too much corporate consolidation in farmingEllison who has been a US congressman since first elected in 2006 has garnered a number of endorsements particularly from labor groups including those representing communications workers food and commercial workers and the state chapter of the Laborers’ International Union Gov Mark Dayton has also endorsed himThe Trump effectFinally let’s talk about President Trump All the DFL Party candidates doMost started with the caveat that opposing Trump for opposition’s sake wasn’t the job of the attorney general — and attorneys general should focus on issues important to MinnesotansBut each also quickly mentioned national policies that they would oppose either by joining other states in lawsuits or working within the state system All candidates said they would oppose the family separation of refugees for instance"It would be nonfeasance not to stand up to Trump Also have to keep the eye on the ball here in Minnesota" Pelikan said"I don’t believe it should be a political post just for opposing the other political party I frankly wish the post was more non-partisan" Foley said but added he would challenge the feds "when appropriate"When asked for specifics Foley said "Medicaid Medicare Social Security the little bit of the Affordable Care Act that’s left"Said Ellison "I expect I probably will find myself in conflict with the Trump administration but my goal is not to do that My goal is to make sure people keep the money that they earn and they’re treated fairly in this society And because Trump has been clearly on the side of the most powerful economic interests in our country against working people I’m probably going to get into it with the Trump administration"When asked about national immigration policies he added "Everybody has to obey the law even the federal government . I can tell you though is that a lot of people are concerned about them (ICE) operating within their legal frameworkRothman touted the Commerce Department’s recent opposition to several Trump administration orders including the first immigration ban; cutting off state funding related to the Affordable Care Act; and halting of the implementation of energy-efficiency standards for appliance manufacturersLooking forward he called the weakening of auto fuel economy standards at the national level "just unbelievable and outrageous" and said he planned to collaborate with other states to sue over the issueHilstrom said "Whether it’s the Secretary of Education changing the rules on student loans or whether it’s the changes that the President is making in all sorts of areas you need to be prepared to stand up — whether that’s a corporation or insurance company or the President"Representing your country at the Olympic Games is the highest honour that most sports stars can achieve To compete against the worlds best on the biggest stage is the pinnacle of every athletes career (unless youre a football player – they dont seem to care that much) But as well as being there for the serious business of sporting competition they like to have a bit of fun as well After all youre not going to get the opportunity to go to that many Olympic Games so you might as well have a laugh With that many highly strung stressed out athletes in the same place there have been countless stories told about wild parties drinking sessions and fooling around in the Olympic Village during the games This years Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang South Korea seemed as if it would be no different – Tinder released statistics saying that there had been a 348% increase in use of the dating app in the area during the Games There was also a 565% increase in right swipes and a 644% increase in matches Organisers also handed out around 110000 condoms to athletes Those statistics seem to suggest that at least someone is getting some action in the cold weathervia GIPHY One person who definitely wasnt interested was Lindsey Vonn The 33 year old skier who won bronze on the slopes in Korea was asked about the Olympics reputation as a sex hotspot in an interview with TMZ She said: "It wasnt going down for me Ill tell you what "Theres definitely a lot of hype theres a lot of hype with it but I dont know youd have to ask someone else who got lucky cause I didnt" Its definitely not the North Korean team either At least thats what Dr Marcus Bell of Sheffield University thinks He said "It is unlikely that North Korean athletes will be permitted to fraternise with other athletes in such a way" "While the North Korean athletes are in South Korea they are very unlikely to be permitted to go outside of the official Olympic areas "Certainly they will not be permitted to go wherever they please and to speak with whomever they please because state officials will accompany them at all times and will monitor their interactions "It is unlikely that North Korean athletes will require warning on such activities because the message is clear and will have been clear from early on: they are in Pyeongchang to represent the DPRK not to fraternise with other athletes" No luck either for Canadian snowboarder Mark McMorris; he thinks there could be a few reasons for that though He told TMZ: "Its a dry village if you will – no alcohol thus rendering us dry all around"Looks like he found some booze eventually Credit: Instagram Cold weather no booze No thanks Featured Image Credit: Instagram: lindseyvonn Topics: News

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