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Please follow the instructor carefully. There are 2 Discussions ,your response to classmates should be at least one paragraph for each Discussion, address the discussion topic or question, be respectful, and add to the discussion. You may draw upon personal experience, course or scholarly references, citing appropriately. Restating the primary response, or agreeing or disagreeing without supporting statements will result in a lower grade. 

In reference to including a paragraph for both primary and peer responses, 4-5 sentences constitute a paragraph.

Discussion one, 

hi dear,

can help me to finish this assignment with good quality and be on time please?

Please follow the instructor carefully. There are 2 Discussions ,your response to classmates should be at least one paragraph for each Discussion, address the discussion topic or question, be respectful, and add to the discussion. You may draw upon personal experience, course or scholarly references, citing appropriately. Restating the primary response, or agreeing or disagreeing without supporting statements will result in a lower grade. 

In reference to including a paragraph for both primary and peer responses, 4-5 sentences constitute a paragraph.

Discussion one, 

hi dear,

can help me to finish this assignment with good quality and be on time please?

Please follow the instructor carefully. There are 2 Discussions ,your response to classmates should be at least one paragraph for each Discussion, address the discussion topic or question, be respectful, and add to the discussion. You may draw upon personal experience, course or scholarly references, citing appropriately. Restating the primary response, or agreeing or disagreeing without supporting statements will result in a lower grade. 

In reference to including a paragraph for both primary and peer responses, 4-5 sentences constitute a paragraph.

Discussion one, 

 Dear Senator Feinstein,

I am writing as a man in support of women’s constitutional rights and respectfully request that you do not sign Senate Bill S. 109

Birth control is health care, and I want everyone who wants or needs it to have it — no matter where they live, how much money they make, or who employs them. I oppose the administration’s latest attempt to let bosses and schools decide who gets birth control coverage. The rules unlawfully discriminate against women in violation of the Constitution by impeding access to women’s health care while leaving men’s health care untouched and requiring women to pay more for basic health care.

S. 109 is the latest attempt by anti-abortion politicians to eliminate insurance coverage of abortion.  This bill could result in entire private insurance market dropping abortion coverage and would make permanent existing, harmful restrictions on Medicaid coverage of abortion. Nobody should be penalized for seeking or providing comprehensive health coverage.

S.109 would force millions to go without abortion coverage and provides very narrow exceptions only for when the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest and when a physician has certified that the person’s life is in danger. Without coverage for abortion and not letting women and their families control their futures we can force people to pay for the procedure out of pocket and it may force them into bankruptcy.

Thank you for your long-standing support for women’s rights. I urge you to stand against S. 109.

Discussion two,

Dear Governor Newsom,

I am writing this letter today to address some concerns I have with the nutritional options being given to our youth within the California school system.  As an employee of Etiwanda School District, I work closely with the students and have had the opportunity to join them in their meal time activity. To say that I was appalled by the choices that were given is an understatement. The National School Lunch Program was created to provide the funding for nutritional lunches for students at an affordable cost. With a program such as this in place, parents are led to believe their children are being offered healthy meal options at school.

Upon entering the lunch room the students are presented with choices for their meals. Some of these choices include pizza, hot dogs, hamburgers, and french fries. Most of the items on the menu are extremely high in fat and sodium. While each of these items has the option of fruit or salad on the side, nearly all students refuse them. Furthermore, their beverage options are either milk or chocolate milk. The sugary choice filled with chocolate is usually the preferred option by children. The only students who are given an alternative are those with milk allergies. While milk is supposed to be a healthier option, The Australian Government Department of Health shows that chocolate milk actually contains more sugar than a juice alternative.  

In writing this letter it is my hope that you are able to fit our children’s nutritional wellbeing into your agenda. There have been many other modifications made to school lunches, such as limited condiments and no soda or candy being allowed. This however is not enough. As a parent I would hope that the schools would have the ability to provide healthy options for my children, but this may require more funding for our schools nutrition program on the states part. With your assistance our youth will have the ability to grow in a healthier manner.

I want to thank you for your time and consideration, as well as your support in this matter.

 

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