Cable-television pioneer Ted Turner will give the United Nations $100 million dollars each year for the next ten years, for a total gift of $1 billion.
U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA) programs will receive almost $8 million of the $22 million allocated yesterday. Three million will go to a program that produces and distributes reproductive health literature in Bolivia. A program that provides reproductive health care in the Philippines will receive $2.1 million, and programs that seek to end violence against women in Latin America will be given $950,000.
Timothy Worth, president of Turner's United Nations Foundation, said that educating U.S. citizens about U.N. programs will be another of the Foundation's priorities.
9/1/2015 Nation's - California Governor Jerry Brown (D) is set to sign what has been called "the strongest equal pay law in the nation."
The Fair Pay Act, introduced by Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-CA),passed unanimously in both the State Assembly and Senate earlier this summer. . . .