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Youre probably already aware that future Illuminati leader Prince George begins his first day at school today. we’re all sitting here going,S. but none as big as Line Tomorrow AdvancePierre Foods Holding a ready-made sandwich producer is expected to begin trading after an IPO that seeks to raise nearly $460 million potentially cracking the top 10 offerings this year And next week Patheon a drug development services company aims to go public in an IPO that could raise almost $719 million which would put it among the top five deals Shares of Line will also trade on the Tokyo stock exchange starting Friday This article originally appeared on Fortunecom Contact us at [email protected] Two critical Earth-observing satellite programs—and a major new initiative to restore Gulf of Mexico ecosystems damaged by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill—won’t be held up by a nasty budget stalemate in Washington The US House of Representatives today is expected to approve a temporary $1047 trillion spending deal that holds most federal agencies to current spending levels for 6 months and bars them from launching any new programs Despite that de facto freeze the bill would give the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) special permission to ramp up spending on some long-awaited new satellites And the Department of the Treasury gets the green light to start writing auditing and other rules for handling the up to $20 billion in Gulf Coast restoration funds The Senate is expected to follow suit next week and the Obama Administration has said it will sign the legislation The temporary budget deal—officially known as a continuing resolution—is the result of election-year gridlock over how much the US government should spend in fiscal year 2013 which begins on 1 October In theory each year Congress is supposed to approve 12 annual spending bills which fund government operations But this year—as is often the case—lawmakers and the White House disagreed on appropriate spending levels Rather than let the government run out of money Democratic and Republican leaders agreed to combine all the spending bills into a single package that gives lawmakers more time to reach a final deal Overall the resolution—which lasts until 27 March 2013—gives agencies a tiny 0612% increase over their current budgets because the government has spent $8 billion less than expected in the current fiscal year In most cases however that slight bump wouldn’t be enough to cover major planned increases for particular projects At NOAA for example officials had requested a nearly $200 million increase in 2013 (to $802 million) to keep its Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R) program on track And it also needed a major chunk of change $916 million to move ahead with its Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) Both projects have already experienced delays and further setbacks threatened to disrupt the future flow of weather and climate data to researchers So Congress gave NOAA special permission to spend what was needed "to maintain the planned launch schedules" for the orbiters But it also ordered the agency to complete a report by the end of October that spells out options for reducing the costs of the multibillion dollar programs The resolution also gives treasury officials the funds needed to meet a deadline set by the new RESTORE Act which became law this past July It requires 80% of any Clean Water Act fines levied for the Deepwater Horizon spill to go to states along the Gulf of Mexico for economic and ecological restoration projects The bill set a deadline of January 2013 for treasury officials to develop the auditing and accounting systems needed to keep track of the cash which could start flowing next year RESTORE Act funds are expected to total between $5 billion and $20 billion The continuing resolution is expected to be the only spending bill that Congress approves before it goes into recess again leaving further negotiations on reducing the trillion-dollar annual budget deficit and even larger federal debt until after the 6 November elections Any final spending levels for 2013 will depend in part on how lawmakers resolve a long-running dispute over extending tax cuts for affluent Americans In addition some $110 billion in across-the-board cuts are scheduled to go into effect on 2 January if lawmakers can’t reach a long-term budget deal Assailants in armored vehicles opened fire on federal police and military officers in three shootouts in Tamaulipas an unruly state on the US border where the brutal Zetas drug gang has fought the Gulf Cartel for controlThe death toll in Reynosa which is directly across the border from Hidalgo Texas included 10 gunmen two federal police officers as well two young adults who were caught in the crossfire while driving in separate vehiclesIt was not immediately clear if the gunmen were affiliated with any drug cartels which vie for control of lucrative smuggling routes into the United StatesSome of the slain gunmen were killed while still in their trucks while others were found dead on the street a security official told ReutersDrug violence in Mexico has claimed more than 85000 lives since the start of 2007 when then-President Felipe Calderon ordered the military to engage the cartelsCalderon’s successor President Enrique Pena Nieto pledged to end the violence when he took office in December 2012 But although police data shows killings have dropped somewhat large areas of the country are still convulsed by cartel violenceIt’s the biggest fundraiser for the Special Olympics here in North Dakota Tuesday night are the boys in blue – the Grand Forks Police Department Wednesday night are the boys in brown – the Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department Last year the agencies raised $3500 “Honestly my favorite part of the whole event is having the athletes there and getting to let them share their stories talk about the different events that they participate in the number of medals they have won and to talk to the people who are donating money to them so they can see where their money is going” said CPL Jessica Thorlacius with the Grand Forks Police Department There are 1600 Special Olympic athletes in North DakotaS.

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