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En Espaa, la ausencia más acusada es la de la familia March, los grandes banqueros espaoles. El ao pasado, el grupo que controlan al 100% los cuatro hermanos mallorquines reconocía un patrimonio neto de 4.468 millones de euros, según se ha sabido esta semana. A sus empresas, los March aaden varias de las fincas más extensas del país y la fundación cultural más prestigiosa..
A nivel social, el contexto era tan turbulento como apropiado para la revuelta. La campaa del grupo antiabortista Right to Live en defensa del juez ultraconservador Clarence Thomas, envuelto en un escándalo de acoso sexual, había puesto en pie de guerra a los colectivos feministas, que organizaron diversos festivales de protesta que contribuirían a la unidad del movimiento. Nombres como Iggy Pop, Pearl Jam o Fugazi tomaron parte en aquellos conciertos.
Last year, California became the first state to prohibit minors from using tanning salons. Previously, young people ages 15 to 18 could tan at a salon as long as they received parental permission. Rhode Island is moving in a similar direction, with a proposal currently being pushed to the state Senate which would prohibit anyone under 18 from using a tanning salon, unless they have a prescription from a physician..
“They tried to tie our folks to President Obama even though we had nothing to do with him,” Morris told HuffPost. “They said we all supported Obamacare and that’s not true. It’s effective. Repeatedly the TSA has been asked, what do these measures do to make us safer? And the response has always been that the number of dangerous items confiscated speaks to the need for these policies.Could making the TSA’s security practices and procedures more transparent to the public increase the trust that causes outbursts after the implementation of new measures? This is a tricky question to answer as it is tied up in the overall argument of security and transparency that run through much of our defense, intelligence and homeland security debates.If I were to simply posit an ideal disclosure method that could aid in affirming, or explaining, TSA security procedures it would be a public database much like the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) bird strike database. This database, however, would detail items confiscated and which security measure (metal detector, enhanced pat down, liquid bottle ban) enabled the seizure or disposal of the item.TSA already has a “Week at a Glance” report on the bottom of their web site providing details like the following:2 artfully concealed prohibited items found at checkpoints12 firearms found at checkpoints14 passengers were arrested after investigations of suspicious behavior or fraudulent travel documentsThis information isn’t quite helpful for the public though. What is an “artfully concealed prohibited item?” What is a “prohibited item” anyways? And how were these successfully found?A database with this information would allow the public and their elected representatives to determine the success, or failure, of certain security procedures and provide the TSA to display their ability to protect transportation infrastructure.