“These may be sobering statistics to some, but this is reality for many here in Nevada.
I am running for state Senate to bring common sense solutions to these everyday issues.” After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Gill earned his medical degree from Xavier University School of Medicine.
Consider the following: Although these cases seem extreme, they are some of the examples of Scrupulosity cited by the Divrei Chaim of Sanz (Shut Divrei Chaim II: 6) and the Steipler Gaon (Kriyna D’Igrisa).
To the outsider, these behaviors appear to be nothing more than Frumkeit.
It is typically evident in people who believe that their religious behavior is in some way displeasing or disrespectful to Hashem.
This preoccupation is often accompanied by the emotional experience of anxiety, common to all forms of OCD, as well as a presence of guilt which exacerbates the pain.
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are the life blood of any economy and are responsible for driving innovation and creating competition in any economy.
However, most SMEs do not have access to the required long term investment funds; and banks and the securities market shy away from high risk investments in some sectors.
Congressional District seat in portions of Clark County and rural Nevada.CARSON CITY – There was a flurry of candidates filing for office and some political maneuvering today as Nevada’s 2012 election season officially got under way. Dean Heller, R-Nev., who faces a strong challenge from Rep. And state Senate Republicans, looking to win back a majority in the 21-seat Senate for the 2013 legislative session, backed a new candidate for Senate District 9 in Clark County to replace Elizabeth Halseth, a Republican who resigned in mid-term.Over 90 candidates filed for a variety of offices in Clark County. Shelley Berkley, D-Nev., filed in Carson City for election to a full term in the Senate. Las Vegas physician Vick Gill, who had earlier this month announced as the GOP candidate for the seat, withdrew from the race, paving the way for third-generation Nevadan Mari Nakashima St. Republicans need to hold on to the Senate 9 seat if they are to win the majority.In a statement released on his filing, Tarkanian said a December poll shows him as the clear front-runner in a Republican primary for the seat and one who can beat expected Democrat candidate Steven Horsford, currently the state Senate majority leader. Barbara Cegavske, R-Las Vegas, are expected to file as well.
Cegavske has a major fund-raiser set for this Friday in Las Vegas and another tomorrow in Washington, DC.“Nevada needs to refuel its economy through job creation, innovation and deregulation,” Tarkanian said. CARSON CITY – A Las Vegas physician and small business owner today announced his GOP candidacy for Senate District 9, a seat formerly held by Republican Elizabeth Halseth, who resigned in mid-term last week for personal reasons.