WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Facebook Pinterest Sen. Young: Incredibly talented potential nominees, including Judge Amy Coney Barrett Facebook Google+ IndianaLocalNews Twitter (Photo supplied/U.S. Senator Todd Young) Sen. Todd Young says he believes the Senate should act once the president announces his nominee for the next justice to serve on the Unites States Supreme Court, Saturday.Young, a Republican, said he would dutifully evaluate the nominee’s qualifications, but that he believes there’s precedent to support the quick action of the president in appointing someone to serve, following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.“When this Republican President was elected in 2016, and when the American people expanded the Republican majority in the Senate elections of 2018, the expectation of the American people was that should a Supreme Court vacancy arise that that vacancy should be filled,” said Young, in a Tuesday news conference in Washington.Young said he believes Hoosiers want him to act, so he will.“The President has put forward a list of incredibly talented potential nominees, including Indiana’s own Judge Amy Coney Barrett, but I think any of the judges that the President has been discussing in recent days would be an excellent choice. It is my intention to dutifully evaluate the records of whoever the President ultimately nominates and to ensure bold action following his nomination.”Young said he believes the American people will “be proud of” whomever is nominated and is ultimately appointed to the country’s highest court.Sen. Mike Braun, Indiana’s junior senator, also a Republican, said in a Tuesday conference call that he is also in favor of a justice being appointed before the presidential election, and he favors Barrett. By Network Indiana – September 23, 2020 0 515 Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleDr. Woody Myers says he’ll be tough about face masks if elected GovernorNext articleSen. Braun: Vote to fill Ginsburg’s seat on the Supreme Court should happen before election Network Indiana
Technology giant Gojek’s e-wallet GoPay announced on Tuesday a new gold-investment feature called GoInvestasi in partnership with investment fintech start-up Pluang.GoPay managing director Budi Gandasoebrata said the demand for investment through e-wallets had led to GoPay providing the investment platform.“That is why we are sure that an accessible and transparent investment feature is relevant to our users’ needs,” he said in a press statement. Users can register with GoInvestasi using their Gojek-registered phone number. They can then invest as little as 0.01 gram of gold, equivalent to Rp 8,000 (US 57 cents), in Pluang with payment and investment withdrawal made through GoPay.GoInvestasi is available as a GoPay feature, and both are available in the Gojek app.Users can also save their gold and exchange it for PT Aneka Tambang (Antam) certified gold bars.Budi went on to say that all GoInvestasi transactions were supervised by the Indonesian Commodity Futures Trading Regulatory Agency (BAPPEBTI), as well as PT Kliring Berangkat Indonesia (KBI).Meanwhile, Pluang cofounder Claudia Kolonas said that partnering with GoPay would allow more people to start investing in gold.“The public’s awareness and willingness to invest has become more apparent and people are drawn to gold investment because it is low risk but still profitable,” she said.Pluang received $3 million from Go-Ventures, Gojek’s venture capital unit, in the fintech’s series A funding round in September. (eyc)Topics :
On 11 May, Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL) installed the 11th set of jacket foundation piles at the Beatrice offshore wind farm in Outer Moray Firth. The 580MW offshore wind farm will consist of 84 Siemens 7MW offshore wind turbines and two HVAC Offshore Transformer Modules (OTMs).The first two sets of piles installed were the ones that will later accommodate the foundations for the OTMs.Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd (BOWL) announced the start of the piling works on 27 March. After the arrival of SHL’s heavy lift vessel Stanislav Yudin at the site on 1 April, the Pile Installation Frame (PIF) was installed at the seabed and the first piles were then driven to final penetration.At a wind turbine/OTM location, each of the four piles for a jacket foundation is lifted, upended, lowered into the 700-tonne PIF and then hammered in.The jacket foundations are being produced by Smulders, Bladt and BiFab.According to BOWL’s Notice to Mariners, the piling works are scheduled to take place until the end of October.The project – developed by a joint venture partnership between SSE (40%), Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (35%) and Red Rock Power Ltd. (25%) – is expected to become fully operational in 2019.The wind farm is being constructed with a tier 1 supply chain comprising SHL, Subsea 7, Nexans and Siemens.
Arrangements have been announced for Jocelyn and Shaylyn Spurlock.Funeral services have been scheduled for twin toddlers that were found in a neighbor’s pool in Aurora this week.A visitation will be held from 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Hope Baptist Church in Dillsboro. Services will follow the visitation.Jocelyn and Shaylyn Spurlock, 2, lost their lives in what detectives say was a tragic accident, although the investigation is continuing.Their parents, Brad Spurlock and Bryeanna Conley, were married just this past Saturday.Emergency personnel responded to a report of the missing toddlers after their mother, Bryeanna, called 911 after returning home Tuesday night from unloading furniture. According to dispatchers, the children were being watched by a grandmother who fell asleep when they disappeared.An online donation campaign has been set up to assist the family with funeral expenses. If you would like to donate visit Brea’s Angels on fundly.com