Mrs. BOYDA of Kansas. Madam Speaker, earlier this month, the University of Kansas and Fort Leavenworth agreed to conduct a pilot program that would allow Wounded Warriors, both active duty and retired, the opportunity to complete a graduate degree program and then return to the Army to work in assignments at Fort Leavenworth related to their recently earned degrees.
See testimony delivered by Sandy Praeger, a Lawrence resident who serves as Kansas commissioner of insurance, to the Senate Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee regarding Stranger/Investor-Oriented Life .
The attached document contains the list of names of those who travelled to KU's 2008 Orange Bowl game. In all instances, the most specific title information available was used. If there is no title information available, no information could be found or the person is an unknown relative of another guest.
The Committee on Oversight and Government Reform's quest to Administrator Andrew to requesting information regarding how the Rural Development Utilities Programs/Rural Utilities Service (RUS) is addressing the financial risks associated with the construction of new coal-fired power plants without emissions controls for greenhouse gases, when RUS provides taxpayer-subsidized loans and loan guarantees for such plants.
The removal of a liver and the transplantation of a new one into a patient is a lengthy process. The surgery can take up to 12 hours to complete, and in some cases requires massive amounts of blood transfusion throughout the operation. Here is a look at the procedure.
As the obesity epidemic has skyrocketed, so have the number of weight loss surgeries. It's a procedure that research shows is becoming less risky and can dramatically improve long-term health. Just ask Elizabeth "Bizz" O'Brien and her daughter Dawn, who drew on her retirement so they could have weight loss surgery. Two years later and a combined 250 pounds lighter, the two say they want to be the poster women for Lap-Band surgery.
The development of Transportation 2030 sought a careful balance between four critical, interrelated elements: land use, level of service, transportation improvements, and available financial resources. As a
result, considerable effort was expended reviewing the needs that would result from projected growth and analyzing the level of service of the current and future roadway system.