Author Archives: catherinevazquez

Indiana Baby Drop Off Law: Good for the Safety of Infant or Insulting to Women?

A baby’s lifestyle is always decided by its caretaker. Some end up living in a more comfortable way than others. Some live without homes. Some live without parents. It’s revolting to believe that the reason many infants end up suffering the unfortunate events of such is due to being abandoned by their own mother or father. The state of Indiana

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LGBTQ Discrimination Law in Mississippi

In the 1960’s, during the sexual revolution, LGBT rights were lavishly fought to end discrimination for gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender. Yet again LGBT oppression is seen in America. Mississippi’s governor, Phil Bryant, passed a law that allows businesses to refuse service to anyone part of the LGBT community based on religious objections. Based on some religious views and moral

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SRLA

  A marathon is an event that requires a lot of conditioning and training in order to complete with ease. The L.A marathon is a large event in which people around California come to participate. In this past marathon, there were 26 students from the South East SRLA program who participated. The students were coached by Ms. Rodriguez, with assistance

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Power Ball Give Away

           The Powerball gave away 1.5 billion dollars on January 13 where three lucky winners received the ultimate jackpot. The winning Powerball tickets were sold in Florida, Tennessee, and the Californian town in Chino Hills.            “The amount of money given away was tremendous. I can’t imagine what I would even do with that type of money. Those who won

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