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The unemployment rate for those aged 18-29 is 7. 36 is charged in Cass County District Court with patronizing a minor for commercial sexual activityAccording to court documents law enforcement agencies were conducting an undercover sting operation March 9 in Fargo that was a continuation of last summer’s operation "Guardian Angel" which targeted people in Fargo-Moorhead area seeking to hire minors for sexual activityLast summer’s sting involved area law enforcement officials placing ads on websites and mobile apps through which contact with suspects was made The apps included Grindr and Whisper and the websites included Craigslistcom and BackpagecomThat operation netted 18 arrests including Lafrance who was charged in Clay County District Court with several counts relating to soliciting a minor for sex He is scheduled to stand trial on those charges in AprilIn last week’s sting law enforcement agents placed ads online in which someone purporting to be a young female was seeking contact with males for money However the "young female" was actually a female law enforcement agentDuring the operation a man identified in court documents as Lafrance texted with authorities and according to court documents he and the officer posing as an underage female agreed to meet at a convenience store in Fargo to have sex in a vehicleThe documents state it was made clear to Lafrance that the female he would be meeting was 16Lafrance was arrested after law enforcement officers staking out the convenience store observed him look inside a pickup officers had parked near the store according to court documentsLafrance told an officer that he didn’t do anything and didn’t touch anybody according to the court documents which also state authorities found $100 on Lafrance in the form of five $20 bills the amount he told the undercover officer he’d be willing to payLafrance who was arrested Friday March 10 remained in the Cass County Jail on Thursday March 16A stadium-construction bill may have a new life after it suddenly stalled Wednesday but even some of its backers question the most critical issue it always has faced: fundingA Republican proposal to eliminate a requirement that some workers belong to unions may not have enough GOP votes to passThe effort to pay back schools money the state borrowed from them faces a dark future after Gov Mark Dayton and a key commissioner say it takes too much money out of the state budget reserveThe list of issues with questionable futures is long And the work goes on under a cloud of a Senate sex scandalOf major issues one to require voters to produce photographic identifications appears to have the clearest route to passage That only is because the Republican-pushed concept is a constitutional amendment proposal that skips Democrat Dayton and his opposition to the conceptDayton has signed seven into law mostly minor bills this year but there has been no action on most of the 2145 bills that were introduced through Friday (and 3000 that remain alive from last year) None of the bills that the governor signed were priorities legislators discussed before the session began Jan 24Senate Majority Leader Dave Senjem R-Rochester said he hopes the 2012 session can adjourn in mid-April even with the long list of remaining issuesHouse Speaker Kurt Zellers R-Maple Grove is not so optimistic but still holds to his plan to leave by April 30The state Constitution requires the Legislature to wrap up no later than May 21 but no one is predicting it will last that longThe Vikings stadium bill is an example of where many bills stand: in limboA bill by Sen Roger Chamberlain R-Lino Lakes to provide the Vikings a loan for a new stadium passed the Senate Commerce Committee Friday While it is not likely to survive as is — with the Vikings Dayton and other stadium backers opposed to it — the Chamberlain measure could end up being the basis for the final bill if there is oneSenate Minority Leader Tom Bakk DFL-Cook said the Chamberlain bill is "amendable" with a new stadium measureThe bill from the team Dayton key legislative supporters and Minneapolis suddenly ran aground Wednesday when it became apparent the Senate committee hearing the proposal did not have the votes to pass it That meant it missed Friday’s deadline for a bill to pass its first committee but the Chamberlain bill did meet the deadline so lawmakers can replace his language with whatever comes out of a new agreement from stadium backers Vikings Vice President Lester Bagley said he expects that new agreement in the coming weekThe biggest problem with the stadium plan is the same as has faced it during the 14 months a working group has labored over the bill: how stadium construction should be funded Charities and many legislators question whether enough money can be produced by the bill’s provision to allow charities to use electronic pulltabs and bingo games"I’m not sure I could vote for this bill today" Senjem said and he is one of three bill authors"As it is I think it needs a lot more work" added Zellers not a bill supporterSenjem is willing to help push the bill through the process and on Friday Zellers indicated the bill can proceed even if he is not enthused about itAsked if the stadium plan was dead Zellers responded: "It’s way too early to say anything like that"Among other issues remaining in question as lawmakers look to the home stretch: Senjem said the GOP’s much-ballyhooed right-to-work constitutional amendment proposal may not have enough votes to pass the Republican-controlled Senate There also are questions if there are enough votes in the HouseThe amendment would remove the requirement that all workers in a unionized company belong to the union or pay dues The proposal’s only committee hearing drew hundreds of laborers Monday? 29, and he plans at least two visits in April. 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S900 in 2012. according to a press release. It also gives families and friends a chance to remember loved ones who died by suicide,C. to New York Levels of lead in the soil in DCs historically low-income Stadium Armory neighborhood for example were found to be nearly 10 times the accepted safety standard of other rich developed countries (eg Norway) Baltimore which suffers some of the nations worst inequality also has its own lead bias: The percentage of black households with dangerous levels of lead has increased while the percentage of white households has decreased And in the poor neighborhoods of both DC and Baltimore antiquated housings lead paint chips remain a serious hazard for kids But lead isnt the only artifact of inequality thats locking in poverty Concentrated polluting industries in Baltimore have for decades correlated strongly with low-income neighborhoods and low-educational attainment In New York City excessive moisture in Housing Authority buildings which house more than 400000 city residents have resulted in severe problems with toxic mold which causes not only asthma but also chronic fatigue and a range of potential cognitive impairments No matter the city the connection between income inequality and its accompanying health inequalities (and cognitive and developmental inequalities) is clear Environmental inequality is a potent and pervasive threat to opportunity in America From mountaintop mining that decimates and contaminates the local air and water supplies of poor rural communities in Appalachia to the disadvantaged communities that suffer the noxious and poisonous byproducts from discarded toxic technology coal or chemical plants and oil refineries the problem is deep and wide But theres hope: Flint can serve as a national wakeup call to the fact that we need to properly monitor regulate and remediate We also need to increase access to nutritious food quality healthcare and excellent education Thats because these inequalities compound each other The absence of nutritional necessities in food deserts like Flint increases vulnerability to environmental risks like lead or toxic mold and the absence of access to quality education preys on the cognitive impacts from lead or mold Inequality is not a passive economic trend Its a full frontal assault on Americas most vulnerable and the answer isnt simply more funding Its more integrated and holistic thinking about addressing the nutritional environmental and educational dimensions of poverty In the wake of the Flint crisis we need to elevate environmental justice nutrition and other long-term determinants of wellbeing within the conversation on inequality This point should actually resonate with the right While many Republicans have dismissed inequality as "the politics of envy" some including Marco Rubio Rand Paul and Paul Ryan have come around to talking about it precisely because they and their supporters have been confronted with incontrovertible links to social mobility and intergenerational poverty In a post-Flint America any agenda to provide "equality of opportunity" needs to address the vast disparities in access to clean air and water Inequality isnt just how much money people are making; its also what people are breathing drinking and eating "Life liberty and the pursuit of happiness" are only possible when the most basic biological needs are met Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors He and his colleagues assembled a database of known fossils of cichlids.” Yari said. The review aggregator has reported 179 movies “certified fresh” a designation given to the movies that receive the highest scores on the website.