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Page Four .~w N/Warren Town and County News February Parks and iiiecreation Craft .:’i::iured below are participants in the Parks and, “‘.‘..“{:I‘tTZ-'cii'i()l‘l Craft Club. shown with their cm‘uplwtud prmwts. Law Warren County Meals on Wheels Program Following is the meal plan for the month of March for those participating in the congregate meal site located in Martensdale and also for those who have home delivered meals. For more information, contact Vicki White, Program Manager, Warren County Nutrition, 515—961—1003. Phone number €25} sawmill). ~ l mm 5 (fl-ii . l f E WW9} YWWR’I i WW mm "a— flmi‘im— ' . ,. ,. . .. it: Ham vat) f mm W5} a m . a mwxywmml Warmlmwa WW1) . manages} g 1 mm ,, 3 -‘ Esau-Ema. , Q... 1?! . i 13. 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Oak Furniture. Paintings, Comm. Jewelry. Mela! nSeulptures. Pet Products, Etched & Stained Glass, Yard An. Pottery. Blown em, Cal-mes, Wm, Floral Wreaths, Toys 6- Dole, Baskets, Hugs. Glassware, Pumas, Ornaments, Food and ;' Many More Original Products. AI Humanistic by the exhibitor. To Purchase Discounted Advance Tiaras and For A Chance To Win ssooncmes. Visit Our Faceme Page a! Callahan 8. Inc. Available at N/Warren Town 8: County News office Tuesday-Friday 9a.m. to 1p.m. new as . v cf "“3 .s. , , , . Sen By State Senator =< iulianflar; attest ""15.iflW’£i.“UV l: *3 .mr‘ arm-tn.- «(high .4.» N: i Judicial Reform & E—Verify Bill Two bills that I am iii. ' imaging have. advanced in the legislature. ’l he bili to make E-Verit’y mandatory for Iowa employers has passed the Senate subcommittee, and is eligible for consideration in the full Judiciary Committee, , The Judicial Reform bill has now passed the Judiciary Committees in both the Senate and House. The House passed an amendment that makes some changes. The most important would return to the provision that allows attorneys to elect 5 members to the District Judicial Nominating Commission, and the governor to appoint. members. The Supreme Court would appoint another member. While I prefer the earlier version on this point. the change is acceptable. The Supreme Court and the Appeals Court are the most important courts when it comes to legislating from the bench. Attorneys still would not elect members to the State Judicial Nominating Commission. The District Courts are obligated to follow the rulings of the higher courts. Apparently this change was needed to obtain more support in the House. Death Penalty I have joined with 19 other senators to sponsor a bill to reinstate capital punishment for a person who kidnaps, rapes and murders a juvenile. Currently the penalty for kidnapping and rape is life in prison. If the perpetrator kills the victim the penalty is still life in prison. It is almost an incentive to kill the victim so there will be no witness. Budget Numbers The new budget numbers are starting to take shape. The Governor released her budget recommendations in January. The House and Senate leaders have now released their numbers. These are overall numbers. There is still work to do to get agreement between the chambers and thento work out the details in the various budget subcommittees. The total appropriations recommended by the Governor come to $7,658.5 million or $7.66 billion. The Senate target comes to $7,619.3 million or $7.620 ' billion. The House target is $7,668 million, or $7.668 billion, a little above the Governor’s target. As you can see the Senate is about $38.5 million below the Governor’s target. These differences are not great and will be resolved. I co-chair the budget subcommittee that makes recommendations for what we call the Justice Systems. This includes the prison system, the public safety department that includes the highway patrol, the attorney general, the law enforcement academy, homeland security and the courts. We have concluded listening to the presentations of the various departments on their budget requests and Will now be working on the details of that part of thebudget. As always please feel free to contact me with your ideas or concerns. ~ South Suburban Tae Kwon Do Classes” The South Suburban YMCA offers Do, a self—defense-oriented martial art whichistresses building self-confidence and coordipaltion, for beginners and advanced. Year-round instruction is led by Kirk Green, a Certified Instructor of the State of Iowa Black Belt Association. The next session runs March 5th - April 25th. For additional information,visit www.south suburbanymcaorg, or call the YMCA at 285-0444. Extra copies of the Norwalk paper can be purchased at Casey’s, Kum Go, Git-N-Go, and Fareway. 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