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Mel I can only agree. I cannot understand why Morgan keep asking the opinion of Donald Chump, the living mental disease on important issues. Shaking the hand of those that have different views could have positive results in the long run and surely kissing a world leader or their wives is a definite positive.
Improper watering is the number one killer of indoor plants. Overwatering can lead to decay and root rot, while underwatering can leave your plant dry and cause it to waste away. Never let your plants sit in water! After watering, let the container drain into its saucer, then empty the saucer of extra water..
Throughout the 2015 Legislative Sessions, we communicated our concerns to the Legislature, the news media, and the public by addressing the ongoing shortage of Driver License Division personnel created by past budgets and our ability to meet the needs of citizens should additional cuts be imposed. Additionally, we took a proactive approach to solve a decade old funding issue with the Driver License Division operations by increasing the cost of the driver license to recoup a portion of the cost it takes to actually produce the license. The Legislature then reduced ALEA General Fund appropriation by the projected recoupment revenue thereby negating the proactive steps taken by the agency.