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SALT LAKE CITY One of the most controversial bills on Utah’s Capitol Hill is back, with a new sponsor who has hope this year it will pass.

Sen. Daniel Thatcher, R West Valley City, introduced a bill on hate crimes. Senate Bill 72, titled”Victim Selection Penalty Enhancements,” enhances penalties if someone is convicted of targeting a crime victim based on ancestry, disability, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity.

What Sen. Thatcher’s bill does not say is the words “hate crime.” He insisted the bill does not target people’s feelings or thoughts, but their actions against a certain person or group. Thatcher pointed to a video that surfaced on Facebook showing a disabled man being tortured in Chicago. Four suspects in that case face hate crimes charges there.

“In the case where someone behaves in such an outlandish, egregious manner that it’s clear beyond reasonable doubt that the intent of their crime was to cause terror in a specific group of people that person is a little more dangerous, and they should be recognized as more dangerous,
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Past legislation on hate crimes has failed to advance in the Utah State Legislature, mostly over objections to adding sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of protected classes. Last year, then Sen. Steve Urquhart, R St. George, accused The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints of “snuffing out” his hate crimes bill.

The church had raised concerns that the bill could upset a “delicate balance” struck between lawmakers, the LGBTQ community and religious liberties advocates in legislation that provided for non discrimination in housing and employment.

The LDS Church declined to comment on Sen. Thatcher’s bill when contacted by FOX 13 on Friday.

“We believe this bill is a component to a more inclusive discussion about intolerance and its effects on communities. But, by itself, it actually drives communities apart by encouraging divisive culture wars. We invite all to join us in finding an inclusive solution to this problem,” said Derek Monson, the director of policy for the Sutherland Institute, a conservative think tank.

Social conservative groups are expected to fight the bill again. The LGBTQ rights group Equality Utah said it supported the bill.

“We all agree that hate and violence is wrong. Unfortunately, Utah’s current hate crimes statute is woefully defective. It doesn’t protect anyone,” Equality Utah executive director Troy Williams said. “We are grateful that the Statewide Association of Prosecutors is working closely with Sen. Thatcher to advance this important legislation.”

Paul Boyden, the executive director of the Statewide Association of Prosecutions, said it was good for victims of crimes.

“The really important part of this is to have a sense of justice,” he said. “That we actually care that people are being targeted because of their race,
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Omaha based AIM Hatchfund, a public charity and grant making organization for artists, has partnered with video streaming service CHOPSO to promote the creation and distribution of English language Asian video content.

CHOPSO, a new streaming destination for worldwide English language Asian content, launches November 2.

Hatchfund hosts an online community where artists can post projects for funding and connect with those who love and support artists, Hatchfund Program Director, Dillon Nicholson. Our goal is to help artists successfully navigate the challenging world of online fundraising through our unique, educational and hands on approach. Donations support originality, imagination, and discovery at the moment of their creation. partnership with Hatchfund creates a funding source for artists to raise money for their Asian English video projects. Hatchfund acts as a fiscal sponsor and crowdfunding platform that makes finding donors easier, without charging filmmakers fees.

donations to Hatchfund are tax deductible because they simultaneously support artist projects and the non profit mission of Hatchfund, [which is] to invest in America finest artists and to illuminate the value of artists to society, said Nicholson.

The launch of CHOPSO marks the first time a platform has been created that specifically focuses on providing access to Asian English content including documentaries, features, short and long form content, as well as webisodes podcasts and music videos.

“One of the biggest challenges for Asian English content around the world is that traditional distribution has not really covered that market,” said CHOPSO CEO, Koji Sakai. “CHOPSO is hoping to create a marketplace for that content and to be able to show it around the world.”

Asian English content has been regularly created since the 1960s and 70s but struggles to find distribution. CHOPSO Chief Creative Officer Quentin Lee said that everyone from independent artists to historical societies has been producing films that have largely gone unseen. Through the partnership with Hatchfund, CHOPSO is hoping to bring these works, both old and new, into the market.

“As a filmmaker myself that has actually made six or seven Asian American features, occasionally I do get them distributed in the mainstream marketplace, but still the distribution is very small,” said Lee. “By having this platform hopefully we can shed light on these works that have not been distributed or have been distributed very limitedly. Our partnership with Hatchfund is really to encourage more Asian American filmmakers to create works with crowdfunding, then they can be shown on our platform,
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or elsewhere.”

Lee said that CHOPSO utilizes Vimeo’s video sharing technology on the backend to create a film distribution platform for their viewers.

“If you look at traditional film distribution, as a distributer you would buy or produce a film and then you would have to put it through [a variety of distribution channels] in order to reach your end user and your consumer,” said Lee. “With streaming, what’s great is that you’re directly reaching your consumers and cut out all the middlemen in between. I think that’s what is interesting about this streaming model.”

Sakai doesn’t understand the disconnect between a large international audience that wants and consumes Asian English content and the refusal of traditional distributors to provide it.

“One of the things about Asian Americans, in general, is that we have some of the highest levels of education, highest levels of lifetime earnings and spending, and we’re one of the groups that go to see movies more than any other group,” said Sakai. “At this point, Asian American’s are not represented in film, by both the filmmakers and in the stories. We’re really hoping CHOPSO is that place that can bring those viewers content that reflects their lives, with people that look like them.”

Two of Hatchfund’s goals are to grow audiences and communities that support minority artists and their works and to connect artists, donors, and audiences through new technologies. Those goals directly align with CHOPSO’s.

a partner with CHOPSO not only allows for projects to receive one on one educational, promotional and marketing support throughout their crowdfunding campaign but allows those projects a full service experience and to be seen through a distribution channel,” said Hatchfund Program Director, Dillon Nicholson. “We are grateful we can support artist projects being made, and now with CHOPSO, we can make sure those projects are seen. and Sakai know firsthand that Hatchfund’s processes work for filmmakers. They’ve both had projects successfully funded through the organization.

“What we see in Hatchfund is a one stop shop for filmmakers. Hatchfund serves as both the fiscal sponsor and the crowdfunding platform,” said Lee. “It’s a very filmmaker friendly platform and we’ve had success funding our own projects. Where are all the Asian American and Asian English films? The answer is that they exist, they just haven’t been given the platforms they need until now.

“CHOPSO is very much an artist run company and [both Lee and I] know that there’s a need for this so we’ve been putting our time and effort into not only our projects but helping everybody else as well,” said Sakai. “As the parent of a six year old, it’s really important to me that we create content with people that look like him and that there’s a place where he can see content with people who look like him.”

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John R. Hatcher III, who led NAACP Ventura County and whose name is synonymous with civil rights, has died. He was 85.Born in Birmingham, Alabama, under Jim Crow laws, Hatcher spent his life championing the causes of the marginalized. He was the southern area president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, covering an area that includes California, Hawaii, Alaska, Arizona, Utah and Oregon. For nearly four decades, the Oxnard resident served as president of the NAACP Ventura County chapter.”He was a civil rights icon in Ventura County,” said Oxnard Police Chief Scott Whitney. “I was honored to be able to call him my friend.”HatcherdiedNov. 3 of natural causes. Saturday at the Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center, 800 Hobson Way.Read more:An advocate of employment equality, Hatcher came from a long family history of activism. His father, John R. Hatcher II, was a civil rights leader and founded the Democratic Party of Alabama in North Birmingham.As a young man, Hatcher received advice from his father the first time he went to take a test to be able to vote. Hatcher’s daughter, Regina Crawford, remembered hearing the storiesfrom the Jim Crow era.”His father was a civil rights activist,” Crawford said. “He told him, ‘If they give you a silly question, answer it with a silly answer.'”Sure enough, Hatcher got his share of ridiculous questions, ones that are hard to fathom today. Questions like: How many bubbles are in a bar of soap?To which, Hatcher answered, “There are 9,
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Hatch, 83, has served in the Senate since 1977 and is currently the longest serving Republican in the Senate. He chairs the powerful Senate Finance Committee and was a major force in getting a tax overhaul through Congress and signed into law in December.

President Donald Trump tweeted his congratulations to Hatch.

“Congratulations to Senator Orrin Hatch on an absolutely incredible career. He has been a tremendous supporter, and I will never forget the (beyond kind) statements he has made about me as President. Senate!”

Congratulations to Senator Orrin Hatch on an absolutely incredible career. He has been a tremendous supporter, and I will never forget the (beyond kind) statements he has made about me as President.

“Senator Hatch has represented the interests of Utah with distinction and honor,” Romney wrote. “Ann and I wish Senator Orrin Hatch and his loving wife Elaine all the best in their future endeavors.”

Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who now lives in Utah, has been eyeing a Senate run, but President Donald Trump had encouraged Hatch to seek re election.

Amid earlier speculation about Hatch’s plans, the Utah senator stepped up to defend Romney, a fellow Mormon. Last month Hatch lashed out at former White House adviser Steve Bannon for his attack on Romney and the Mormon Church.

At a rally for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, Bannon called Romney, the GOP’s 2012 presidential nominee, a draft dodger who “hid behind” his religion. Romney received a draft deferment for missionary work in France during Vietnam.

Hatch called Bannon’s attack “disappointing and unjustified” and said Romney “has sought every opportunity” to serve the country. Romney received a draft deferment during the Vietnam War while doing missionary work, which The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints strongly encourages for young men.

Hatch denounced attacks on “our own Christian LDS faith and the selfless service of missionary work.” Hatch said he’d be happy to explain his church to Bannon, adding, “I’ve got a copy of the Book of Mormon with his name on it.”

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Hatch also found himself in a heated debate with Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio after Brown said Republican tax cuts were aimed at helping the rich. The dispute occurred as Republicans pushed a near $1.5 trillion, 10 year tax cut for businesses and individuals through the Senate Finance Committee over Democrats’ objections.

Brown, a liberal firebrand, said people know Republicans want to help the rich because it’s “in their DNA.”

Hatch told Brown he’d heard enough, adding that he’s helped disadvantaged people “my whole stinking career.”

As the two senators talked over each other, Hatch said he was tired of Democrats’ “bull crap.”

In the statement announcing his decision not to run again, Hatch cited work with the disadvantaged among his accomplishments, including helping create the Americans with Disabilities Act, expanding children’s health insurance and expanding use of generic drugs.

Hatch also served as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and was at the center of many of the biggest confirmation battles. During his time on the committee, the Senate has confirmed nearly 1,900 federal judges, a majority of all federal judges that have served.

In 2000, Hatch dabbled in presidential politics himself. He sought the Republican nomination for president, saying he had more experience in Washington than his opponents and that he could work with Democrats. Hatch readily acknowledged that winning would be a long shot. He withdrew from the race after only winning 1 percent of the vote in the Iowa caucuses and then endorsed George W. Bush.

Hatch frequently wrote religious songs and recorded music in his spare time as a way to relax from the stresses of life in Washington. Hatch earned about $39,000 in royalties from his songs in 2005. One of his songs, “Unspoken,” went platinum after appearing on “WOW Hits 2005,” a compilation of Christian pop music.
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Life imitating art: Louis CK was spotted strolling arm in arm with Louis co star Pamela Adlon in New York last week

For four years Louis has been frustrated by his unrequited feelings for her, with the pair finally hooking up in the penultimate episode of season four.

Wearing almost matching outfits boots, jeans, shades and almost identical overcoats, Pamela kept her hands warm by stuffing them in her pockets throughout, while the 47 year old occasionally slipped his arm inside hers as they strolled side by side.

In character: Like their onscreen personas, both comedians are divorcees with children

Louis whose real name is Louis Szkely split from his wife of 13 years, artist Alix Bailey in 2008. The couple have two children.

Adlon meanwhile divorced her husband of 14 years, Felix O Adlon, in 2010; they have three children together.

Louis may be hoping real life doesn’t mirror the show too closely Adlon is absent for the entire third season after she moves to Paris in an attempt to reconcile with her ex hubby.

Return: Season five of the multi Emmy winning show premieres on April 9

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She also played Louis wife on their earlier sitcom Lucky Louis, the first HBO series to be filmed in front of a live studio audience, which was cancelled after just one season.

Season five of the eleven time Emmy nominated Louis premieres on April 9.

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Harvey victims in some of the smaller Southeast Texas counties are now able to apply for short term food benefits.

Applicants are required to apply in their county of residence between Sept 13 19 based on their last name according to the Texas Health and Human Services.

Sept. 13 A CSept. 14 D HSept. 15 I MSept. 16 N RSept. 17 S ZSept. 18 19 AnyoneIncluding those who missed the day for their name Dates and locations for those needing to apply for benefits in the more populous counties of Chambers, Hardin, Jefferson and Liberty Counties will be announced by Texas Health Human Services in the coming days as locations are set up with officials in each county.

Residents should watch local media or sign up for alerts from Texas Health Human Services to be notified when they can apply for help.

Here’s where to sign up currently.

Jasper County Jasper

928 Marvin Hancock Dr., Suite A,

Jasper, TX 75951

Newton County Kirbyville (Jasper County)

314 N. Herndon

Kirbyville, TX 75956

There are no HHS offices in Newton County but residents can apply at a Jasper County office

Orange County Orange

2222 Gloria Dr.

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Sabine County Hemphill

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There is a limited period of time to apply for D SNAP, based on your county of residence.

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Prior to joining WCVB, Leonard served as chief meteorologist for WHDH TV from May 1977 to April 2002. He also served as chief meteorologist at WPRI TV in Providence, RI. Leonard began his forecasting career as a meteorologist for Universal Weather Services, Inc, preparing forecasts for aviation and industry.

Widely regarded as Boston’s top meteorologists, Leonard and Albert were honored by the Associated Press in 2005 for Best Weathercast in New England. In 2003, Leonard was recognized with the Silver Circle Award from NATSNE (National Academy of Arts and Sciences New England Chapter) for more than twenty five years of broadcast excellence. He was the 1999 winner of the prestigious “Award for Outstanding Service by a Broadcast Meteorologist” from the American Meteorological Society. In addition, Leonard earned two New England Emmy Awards for outstanding achievement in television weathercasting, and he has been named “Best Meteorologist” by Boston Magazine in 1984, 1986, 1988 and 1994 and has been dubbed the Hub’s “favorite forecaster” by the Improper Bostonian. Recently, Leonard was named as a fellow of the American Meteorologist Society. Leonard is credited as the first meteorologist to correctly predict the impact and intensity of the Blizzard of ’78.

Leonard is actively involved in numerous local organizations including the Huntington’s Disease Society of America, for which he participates in seven annual fundraisers to help find a cure while providing support and services for those living with the disease and their families. Leonard also lends his support to Boston Medical Center, the primary teaching affiliate for the Boston University School of Medicine. Additionally, he is a regular speaker at educational seminars held by the Massachusetts Emergency Management Association and an avid supporter of the Blue Hill Weather Observatory. In Leonard has also served as an honored guest speaker at Harvard Business School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Over the years, Leonard has visited and spoken to hundreds of school and adult groups. He has been a mentor to numerous aspiring meteorologists and today more than a dozen of his protege serve as on air meteorologists in markets across the country.

Leonard received a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology from City College of New York and earned a Master of Science degree in meteorology from New York University, where he also served as an instructor in meteorology.

Leonard is an avid tennis player and enjoys hiking trails, particularly around Walden Pond and Woods Hole. He currently resides in Natick, MA, with his wife. They are the proud parents of two daughters and a granddaughter.
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RICHMOND, Va. The man convicted in the brutal 2006 New Year’s Day murders of the Harvey family is part of a lawsuit that claims his treatment on Virginia’s Death Row is “cruel and unusual” and thus unconstitutional.

Ricky Gray is one of five Virginia Death Row inmates suing the state seeking “relief from a mandatory regimen of spending almost 24 hours per day in their small cells, 365 days a year, and having almost no contact with other human beings.”

“Mr. Gray is occasionally allowed out of his cell for very brief periods of time to cut the hair of other Death Row inmates,” according to thelawsuitfiled November 20 in the United States District Court Eastern District of Virginia. Gray and the other Virginia Death Row inmates hope to get new privileges that include more time at the prison’s gym and “contact visits” with family members.

“[The] Defendants [Director of the Virginia Department of Corrections Harold C. Clarke and Sussex I State Prison warden Keith W. Davis] have been asked to extend the relief provided to Mr. Prieto to the plaintiffs , but have refused to do so,” according to the lawsuit.

The treatment of Gray, and the other inmates, will “continue to inflict, great mental suffering as well as physical distress,” the lawsuit stated. “It is unrelated to any legitimate penological goal, and constitutes a form of psychological torture that amounts to the gratuitous infliction of cruel and unusual punishment upon them.”

Gray, and his nephew Ray Dandridge, are linked to deaths of nine people including the Harvey family (Bryan, Kathryn, nine year old Stella and four year old Ruby), the Baskerville Tucker family (Percyell,Mary and 21 year old Ashley),Gray’s wife Treva Terrell Gray and 37 year old Sheryl Warner of Culpeper.

RayDandridge, who was convicted of January 6 murders of theBaskerville Tucker family, was sentenced to life in prison. An execution date for Ricky Gray has not been set.

“He is a subhuman person who has no idea what he’s done and doesn’t care and thinks he deserves human treatment. He is mistaken,” a close family friend of the Harvey’s told CBS 6 investigative reporter Melissa Hipolit when informed about the lawsuit.

The woman did not want to reveal her identity for safety reasons, but did say she dropped off one of the Harvey’s daughter’s at their house that New Year’s Day, not knowing Gray and his accomplice were inside.

“I don’t think Ricky Gray deserves anything. He’s lucky to have what he has. Ricky Gray deserves to sit alone and think about what he did for the rest of his life, in my opinion,” the woman added.
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Ryan Hartman could have spent the last three months sulking up in the rafters, instead he chose to take the positives out of being sidelined with a concussion.

He was up in the Encana Arena rafters, but he spent his time learning what he could.

The Camrose Kodiaks’ captain made his long awaited return to action on Friday, spurring the club to a 12 2 win over the Calgary Canucks. They came back with a hard fought 3 2 loss to the Brooks Bandits on Saturday, but rebounded with a 3 2 win over the Sherwood Park Crusaders on Tuesday. The win pulled the Kodiaks (17 19 11) into a tie for fourth in the Alberta Junior Hockey League South Division with the Canucks (22 25 1) and with a game in hand.

“It’s hard, but you take what it is and you learn from it,” said the 20 year old forward. “I got a chance sitting up in the stands to watch the game from a different angle, I saw what spots opened up from up there and what you can do and what you can’t do. It was helpful and I’ll take it.”

Hartman was injured late in the first period on Nov. 3 against the Brooks Bandits, when he took a hit to the head from Nathan Plessis. The Bandits forward was given a five minute major and game misconduct on the play and was later assessed a four game suspension for the hit. The Kodiaks’ captain does not recall much from the play, just the aftermath.

“I just remember blacking out for a long period of time and thinking something wasn’t right,” he said. “I went in the room and I kind of knew in that moment what happened and I didn’t think it would take this long to get back into it.”

At the time of the injury, Hartman was running away with the team’s scoring race with 24 points in 18 games in his final season of eligibility.

This was his second concussion but recovery this time took much longer. He battled confusion, dizziness, light sensitivity and had difficulty concentrating. The symptoms were not always able to read either. He’d have a few good days or a week, and then try working out and they’d come flooding back.

Head coach and general manager Boris Rybalka has been teasing Hartman’s return since Christmas. The tricky part about concussions, they are completely unpredictable in their recovery. Some people will suffer symptoms for years afterwards.

Rybalka was not going to play roulette with Hartman’s health and risk another hit to the head. Hartman was given clearance by the doctors two weeks before he returned to action, but Rybalka wanted to make sure his confidence on the ice was ack as well.

“When Harts was 100 per cent comfortable . he’s not going to shy away on the ice,” said Rybalka. “He’s not going to hesitate there on the ice, and that’s the big one.”

Rybalka did not ease Hartman back into the lineup, either. He was reunited with Jacob Kendall and Brock Bremer on the top line, and they clicked immediately, combining for the opening goal by Kendall at 1:28 of the first period on Friday. Hartman finished the game with the one assist, while Bremer had three helpers and Kendall a goal and an assist.

“We found it pretty quick,” said Hartman. “Ever since Game 1 playing together we had it and six months later we still have it and we’re going to carry it on into the championship.”

That’s a bold statement for the captain of a team that has struggled with consistency all season. The reality is, they are playing some of their best hockey of the season and they are finally getting healthy.

Ryan McKinnon returned a couple of weeks ago from a groin injury and Brayden Nesbitt will be back from wrist surgery in due time he was cleared to return to full practice last week.

If the post season started today they would have home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs, holding a couple of tiebreakers over the Canucks who they are tied with and would play in the opening series. sandwiched between two games in Olds against the last place Grizzlys (15 31 3) on Friday and Tuesday.

“We’ve battled so hard to get back,” said Rybalka. “Yet anytime that you are not ready you can flip flop there’s not going to be any easy game in the last month.”

NOTES The line of Tyler Schendal, Colby Wolter and Colson Gengenbach accounted for all of the Kodiaks offence in Tuesday’s win as they each picked up a goal. Luke Lush made 30 saves for his fifth win of the season, improving his record to 5 5 5 with one shutout, a 2.52 goals against average and a 0.916 save percentage.
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Police say the arrest stems from an investigation into an alleged inappropriate sexual relationship between Marquez and a 17 year old inmate, that occurred at the Juvenile Detention Center in Hartford.

Marquez was unable to post his $250,000 bond.

The Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance released the following statement in response to the accusations:

The Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance is appalled at the sexual assault of a girl in the Hartford Juvenile Detention center. The Judicial Branch spoke with us to let us know they have brought in an independent investigator to examine their policies and practices.

Obviously the abuse of youth who are supposed to be receiving care and services is unacceptable.

Unfortunately, when youth are incarcerated, bad things tend to happen. It is nearly impossible to run an institution without crimes and abuse like this one.

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