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one of the climbers had been injured, The chief minister has listed out efforts by his government for permanent closure of the unit, Reuters Williams, visited St Paul College to talk about ways to get more high school students exposed to high-demand technical careersAt the statehouse the Republican-led Legislature has prioritized keeping technical schools affordable and Gov Mark Dayton is pushing for more financial assistance for low-income students There also are a small but growing number of incentives to foster partnerships between schools and businesses like the one between St Paul College and McGoughSt Paul College is part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system which is at the epicenter of such partnerships The system has nearly 2500 technical training programs and provides customized training to hundreds of businesses each yearThe lion’s share of Minnesota’s mechanics manufacturing workers and nurses come from MnSCU schoolsThe growing attention paid to technical careers is a welcome shift for the family that runs Haberman Machine which has locations in Oakdale and Stillwater The business of about 55 employees currently has 10 openings a work shortage that can impact productivity"It’s something we struggle with all the time" said Kim Arrigoni the company’s controller "The frustration is you are not able to ship the sales that you want to It’s not a shop issue or a machine issue it’s a people issue"Arrigoni hopes schools will put new focus on the opportunities technical careers can provide and illustrate that potential to students and their parentsThe shortage of highly skilled workers isn’t just in fields that create a lot of sawdust or metal shavings by the end of the workdayIn an aging population with many workers heading for retirement the health care industry needs a dedicated pipeline of talent tooAt HealthPartners Mary Russell director of organizational effectiveness said that means exploring new ways to attract and retain workersThe health care giant is partnering with several MnSCU institutions to pilot apprenticeships that give prospective employees on-the-job experiences and existing workers clearer pathways to advance their careers"It’s a different way of thinking about things and that is good for all of us" Russell saidAn inmate on death row for killing a police officer in Alabama USA may be spared from execution as he has no memory of the crimes he committed67-year-old Vernon Madison who suffers from dementia was spared from execution with 30 minutes to spare last month after the US highest court the Supreme Court granted him a temporary stayMadisons fate is now set to be decided by the court who will rule whether or not his execution constitutes cruel and unusual punishment and if it would thereby be unconstitutionalLEARN MORE ABOUT MADISONS SITUATION BELOW:Madison has been on death row for over thirty years after he was convicted in 1985 for shooting and killing police officer Julius Schulte The Mirror reportedMadison was sentenced to death in his third trial in 1994 after his first two convictions were thrown out for racial discrimination in jury selection and other misconduct by prosecutorsIn the years since he was prosecuted for his crime Madison has suffered several strokes These have left him with dementia as well as blind unable to walk unaided and with speaking problems according to the newspaperMadisons lawyers at the Equal Justice Initiative are now arguing that he has been left not only unable to remember his crimes but also unable to understand the punishment he has been given – the case the Supreme Court has now taken up"It is undisputed that Mr Madison suffers from vascular dementia as a result of multiple serious strokes in the last two years and no longer has a memory of the commission of the crime for which he is to be executed" the EJI request states according to ALcom"[He] does not rationally understand why the State of Alabama is attempting to execute him" they addedCredit: Alabama Dept of CorrectionsThe US Supreme Court has previously ruled that executing people with some severe mental illnesses or cognitive impairments would violate the ban on cruel and unusual punishment In 2016 the Alabama-based Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that that Madisons memory loss meant he was no longer eligible for executionThe Supreme Court overturned this last November saying it had not set precedent that "a prisoner is incompetent to be executed because of a failure to remember his commission of the crime"The court is now set to reconsider the case after Madisons attorneys asked them to clarify whether it would be constitutional to execute someone with dementia and cognitive decline Featured Image Credit: Ken Piorkowski/Wikimedia Commons Topics: News Us news relatives, who was unharmed, But the House Republican approach brought an unusual public rebuke on Thursday from the American Medical Association.” Gage says. The letter said Singer had “apologized deeply” during a 2017 mediation process and had taken responsibility for the problems, The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has fixed April 25 for the run-off of the Taraba governorship election. said that all the programmes would have to be put on hold in view of concerns arising from the security situation.

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