This is gardeniahung's Typepad Profile.
Join Typepad and start following gardeniahung's activity
Join Now!
Already a member? Sign In
gardeniahung
Illinois
Creative Spirit for Communications, Languages & Culture, Inc.
Interests: Communications Media Arts, Gourmet Epicurean, Educator, Travel, Languages, Environment, Geography, Metereology, Climate Change, Linguistics, Adult Continuing Education, Interpersonal Communications, Health, Design, Haute Couture, Photographer, Videojournalist, Producer
Recent Activity
gardeniahung added a favorite at gardeniahung's blog
Aug 21, 2015
gardeniahung added a favorite at gardeniahung's blog
Oct 23, 2014
In 2015, the Online News Association Conference will take place in Los Angeles, California, USA.
gardeniahung added a favorite at gardeniahung's blog
Sep 29, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at gardeniahung's blog
Sep 25, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at My Big Fat Cuban Family: A Cuban-American Blog
Sep 25, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at My Big Fat Cuban Family: A Cuban-American Blog
Sep 25, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at My Big Fat Cuban Family: A Cuban-American Blog
Sep 17, 2014
Mrs. Marie Palmer used to travel across America to California and other places, where she visited her family and friends. She retired from her employment at the Civic Opera in Chicago and moved to Arizona.
gardeniahung added a favorite at gardeniahung's blog
Sep 4, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at gardeniahung's blog
Sep 4, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at My Big Fat Cuban Family: A Cuban-American Blog
Aug 15, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at gardeniahung's blog
Jul 7, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at gardeniahung's blog
Jun 18, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at My Big Fat Cuban Family: A Cuban-American Blog
May 15, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at My Big Fat Cuban Family: A Cuban-American Blog
May 15, 2014
gardeniahung added a favorite at gardeniahung's blog
May 10, 2014
Victims’ Rights Constitutional Amendment to Appear on November Ballot Taking the final step necessary to place the Victims’ Rights Constitutional Amendment on the November 2014 ballot, the Illinois Senate unanimously approved HJRCA 1. The amendment contains new language, agreed to by states’ attorneys, that creates a standard cooperative pathway between prosecution offices and any counsel hired by crime victims to help defend their interests. It also elevates some existing victims’ rights up above the level they now enjoy under state law or court procedure and gives formal legal standing to individuals and their counsel in cases when the individual is a victim. Victims are given the enforceable right to receive key information about the disposition of the defendants accused of victimizing them. The Senate’s unanimous vote followed a similar tally (111-2-0) in the House on Wednesday, April 2nd. When officially added to the Illinois statewide ballot, the amendment will face the voters in November. It will require support from either a simple majority of all of those voting in the election, or a three-fifths majority of those voting on the specific question, in order to be officially added to the Illinois Constitution.
Victims’ Rights Constitutional Amendment to Appear on November Ballot Taking the final step necessary to place the Victims’ Rights Constitutional Amendment on the November 2014 ballot, the Illinois Senate unanimously approved HJRCA 1. The amendment contains new language, agreed to by states’ attorneys, that creates a standard cooperative pathway between prosecution offices and any counsel hired by crime victims to help defend their interests. It also elevates some existing victims’ rights up above the level they now enjoy under state law or court procedure and gives formal legal standing to individuals and their counsel in cases when the individual is a victim. Victims are given the enforceable right to receive key information about the disposition of the defendants accused of victimizing them. The Senate’s unanimous vote followed a similar tally (111-2-0) in the House on Wednesday, April 2nd. When officially added to the Illinois statewide ballot, the amendment will face the voters in November. It will require support from either a simple majority of all of those voting in the election, or a three-fifths majority of those voting on the specific question, in order to be officially added to the Illinois Constitution.
Spring Green is Coming This Week in March 2014.
1 reply
gardeniahung added a favorite at My Big Fat Cuban Family: A Cuban-American Blog
Dec 28, 2013