Aleliana Boyer, 34, says the injuries she suffered in the crash have left her unable to work for two years, rendering her unable to pay her rent or bills. Because she knows a city ambulance hit her, but can’t prove it, she’s stuck in an accident insurance limbo.
The DOE has already visited 15 of the 23 elementary schools listed in YAFFED’s complaint, educating more than 13,000 students, and observed serious teaching and learning in each of those schools. The remaining elementary schools, which enroll about 3,000 students, will be visited this fall.
In 2015, AMI paid Dino Sajudin, a former doorman at Trump Tower, $30,000 to bury his claim that Trump had fathered a child out of wedlock in the late 1980s. Later, another $150,000 was paid to Karen MacDougal to bury her story, along with at least three other women, according to attorney Michael Avenatti. (AMI has responded that “AMI has not paid people to kill damaging stories about Mr. Trump.”)
It’s a shonda, to borrow a phrase in Yiddish — the language of instruction that some alumni reported often substitutes for English during limited time devoted to non-religious subjects, no more than 90 minutes a day for boys and ending entirely at age 13, leaving some graduates semi-literate and hard to employ.
Losing the war: Trump must redouble efforts to combat an opioid crisis that's taking an ever larger toll
But none of it is nearly enough. In Massachusetts, Vermont and Rhode Island, death tolls are falling thanks to pedal-to-the-metal campaigns to widen access to addiction treatment, make naloxone available to all first responders and put firm limits on the number of pills doctors can prescribe, without pulling the health insurance rug out from under people.