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(not much else) as sweet as this by kathryne
It's been a hundred and thirteen years for Helen since she and Will were stuck in the psychworm's dream-world, yet sometimes it still seems all too real. Talking about it might help, she thinks - but with whom? Set somewhere in season four, but no spoilers past minor ones for "Tempus."
sanctuary  helen/nikola  fanfic  het  1.000-5.000  kathryne 
5 days ago by autolat
React Hooks
(() => {
setState({...state, isLoading: true})
.then(res => setState({...state, hits: getResult(res), isLoading: false}))
.catch(_ => setState({...state, isLoading: false, isError: true, errorMessage: "Something went wrong. Please contant the website owner"}))
, [state.url])
sanctuary  react  functional  programming 
24 days ago by sistrall
Resilient JavaScript with Sanctuary - ITNEXT
JavaScript is really nice but it is a double-edged sword: by one side, it’s really easy to start and build something with, while on the other side, it’s easy to break the flow. If you are reading…
functional  programming  javascript  sanctuary 
6 weeks ago by sistrall
News from Annunciation House, El Paso/Juarez border region.
Close to 100 years old, somewhat dilapidated, located on the fringe of El Paso’s biggest barrio, and some ten blocks from the US/ Mexico border, this two-story, red brick building has been home to thousands of refugees and migrant poor. This building, this house of hospitality, this sanctuary, is known as Annunciation House.
immigration  charity  sanctuary  elpaso  texas 
6 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
California Sanctuary Law Upheld By Federal Appeals Court : NPR
A federal appeals panel has upheld California's controversial "sanctuary state" law, ruling that the measure does not impede the enforcement of federal immigration laws in that state.
A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, in a unanimous decision, found that the state law, known as SB 54, limiting cooperation between state and local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities does not conflict with federal law.
The judges said they "have no doubt that SB 54 makes the jobs of federal immigration authorities more difficult." But "California has the right ... to refrain from assisting with federal efforts."
The decision upholds a lower court ruling issued in July 2018.
The Trump administration had sued California in March 2018, arguing the Constitution gives the federal government sweeping authority over immigration matters. The administration also had challenged two other state laws. One, AB 450, requires employers to alert employees before federal immigration inspections. The other, AB 103, gives the California attorney general the authority to inspect immigration detention facilities.
The appeals panel upheld both of those laws, although it blocked a subsection of the inspection law that gave state authorities jurisdiction to examine the circumstances surrounding the apprehension and transfer of immigrant detainees.
gov2.0  politics  california  legal  immigration  sanctuary  state 
april 2019 by rgl7194
Defiant U.S. sheriffs push gun sanctuaries, imitating liberals on immigration | Reuters
Gun rights enthusiasts co-opt “sanctuary city” strategy to resist new state and federal gun control laws
gun  firearm  struggle  local  county  state  government  sanctuary  sheriff  usa  culture  law  resistance  illinois  newmexico  washington  oregon 
march 2019 by csrollyson

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