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In the 2010 Primary Election, the Miami-Dade County Commission was empowered via a charter amendment to abolish Islandia ; On December 6, 2011, Miami-Dade County Commissioners unanimously approved an ordinance to abolish the city although final action is subject to public hearing.
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2010 and Primary
The third a cappella musical to appear Off-Broadway, In Transit, premiered 5 October 2010 and was produced by Primary Stages with book, music, and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez, James-Allen Ford, Russ Kaplan, and Sara Wordsworth.
Image: Utah Jazz script logo, ( 2010 ' new look '). svg | Script Logo and Primary Logo ," New Look "( 2010 – present )
By 2010 the Ontario system involved a two year community college based program, including both hospital and field clinical components, prior to designation as a Primary Care Paramedic, although it is starting to head towards a university degree-based program.
OSF Primary Care, a medicial clinic operated by the OSF Healthcare System under the auspices of OSF St. Joseph's Medical Center in Bloomington, opened in January 2010.
Vineland, Millville and Bridgeton are the three principal New Jersey cities of the Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses those three cities and all of Cumberland County for statistical purposes and had a population of 156, 898 as of the 2010 Census.
In 2010 and 2011 the college has run the Wondrous Machine event, where local Primary School children are invited to Brasenose for interactive sessions to learn about the pipe organ and the science behind the musical instrument.
The Queen's Speech, which followed the 2010 UK General Election, included proposals for a bill to allow the Secretary of State for Education to approve schools, both Primary and Secondary, that have been graded " outstanding " by Ofsted, to become academies.
The town's primary schools are Templars, Holy Family, Howbridge, Powers Hall, Chipping Hill ( This became a primary school in September 2010 and moved to a new site in the south of town in January 2012 ), Rivenhall CoE, Elm Hall Primary, Southview and Silver End Primary.
Wallace Hall Primary School and its Nursery moved into a new building in January 2010, as part of a shared campus with Academy.
As of 2010, Primary Education is catered for at St Mary's Church of England Voluntary Community School in nearby Askham Richard.
On August 4, 2009, Dr Sarah Wollaston was chosen by Open Primary as the Conservative Party candidate for Totnes, for the 2010 general election, the first time such a mechanism has been used to pick a prospective candidate for an election in the UK.
Under pressure from the SSP and the wider campaign, the Scottish National Party ( SNP ) introduced free school meals as a pilot scheme for a small number of primary school pupils in selected local authorities and have announced that there will be free school meals for Primary 1-3 children from 2010, however have not backed the wholesale change that the SSP proposed.
The new school opened in September 2010 ( after operating on a temporary basis at St Wilfrid's CE Primary School since September 2009 ).
The Hill's Primary Healthcare Centre opened during the summer of 2010 and is available to see appointments as a stand-alone veterinary hospital for routine vaccinations, spays and neuters and other wellness visits.
As of the spring of 2010 she was serving as the Primary president in the Bloomington 7th Ward on the southside of St. George, Utah.
Yeo Moor Primary School, which opened on 19 April 2010, is an amalgamated school joining the Infant and Junior schools that held position on the existing site for many years.
2010 and Election
In the 2010 General Election, the Conservative Party won more seats than any other, but not enough to form a majority government.
Following the May 2010 General Election, all further moves towards any of the suggested unitary solutions ceased on the instructions of the incoming Coalition Government, and the administrative structures of the county are therefore unchanged.
In Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, 558 U. S. ___ ( 2010 ), the Court ruled that the BCRA's federal restrictions on electoral advocacy by corporations or unions were unconstitutional for violating the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment.
In the 2010 UK General Election, the Wessex Regionalists contested the West Oxfordshire parliamentary seat of Witney.
In early 2010, the United States Supreme Court ruled in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission that corporate funding of independent political broadcasts in candidate elections cannot be limited pursuant to the right of these entities to free speech.
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission was decided in January 2010, the Supreme Court finding that § 441b ’ s restrictions on expenditures were invalid and could not be applied to Hillary: The Movie.
In Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, on Jan, 2010, the US Supreme court ruled that corporations and unions can not constitutionally be prohibited from promoting the election of one candidate over another candidate.
Winchester is currently represented in the House of Commons through the Winchester Parliamentary Constituency by Steve Brine of the Conservatives who in the General Election of 2010 beat Martin Tod, the Liberal Democrat candidate, by 3048 votes ( a margin of 5. 4 %).
On 20 February 2010, the party withdrew from the government after arguments over the Dutch role in Afghanistan, leading to the 2010 Dutch General Election.
Since the Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission in 2010, upholding the rights of corporations to make political expenditures under the First Amendment, there have been several calls for a US Constitutional amendment to abolish Corporate Personhood.
* Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission ( 2010 ) the Supreme Court of the United States held that corporate funding of independent political broadcasts in candidate elections cannot be limited under the First Amendment, overruling Austin ( 1990 ) and partly overruling McConnell ( 2003 ).
The corporate personhood aspect of the campaign finance debate turns on Buckley v. Valeo ( 1976 ) and Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission ( 2010 ): Buckley ruled that political spending is protected by the First Amendment right to free speech, while Citizens United ruled that corporate political spending is protected, holding that corporations have a First Amendment right to free speech.
In the 2010 General Election, there was an overall swing of 0. 8 % from the Liberal Democrats to the Conservatives, and Labour lost 10 % of their vote.
On 5 May 2010, the newspaper stated in an editorial that having supported Labour under Tony Blair, the newspaper would be supporting David Cameron and the Conservatives in the General Election, saying that " the Conservatives are ready for power: they look like a government in waiting.
During the run up to the 2010 General Election, Caine publicly endorsed the Conservative Party, despite claiming to have supported New Labour in 1997.
It went on to win 285, 616 votes in England and Wales in the 2010 General Election ,, with Party leader Caroline Lucas winning the Brighton Pavilion seat.
In 2010 she donated £ 1, 000 to Caroline Lucas's campaign to become the first Green MP during the 2010 General Election campaign.
From then until he lost his seat to the Conservatives in the 2010 General Election, Hendon was represented in the House of Commons by the Labour MP, Andrew Dismore.