Ten years ago Monday, Gray Davis became the first governor in California history to be recalled from office. The European Union targeted eight Iranian militia commanders, police chiefs and three prisons over a deadly crackdown in November by Iranian authorities, the EU said in its Official Journal on Monday. The travel bans and asset freezes are the first time the EU has imposed sanctions on Iran for human rights abuses since The country has been embroiled in unrest since a February 1 coup. At least 82 people were killed in Bago, Myanmar, on Friday alone.
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Joseph Graham "Gray" Davis Jr. In , only a few months into his second term, Davis was recalled and removed from office, the second state governor successfully recalled in U. Prior to serving as governor, Davis was chief of staff to Governor Jerry Brown —81 , a California State Assemblyman —87 , California State Controller —95 and the 44th lieutenant governor of California — Davis holds a B. He was awarded a Bronze Star for his service as a captain in the Vietnam War.
Pro-Life America Saving babies and families from abortion! As came to a close, Monsignor Edward Kavanagh wrote a bold letter -- one that's encouraged pro-lifers and sparked new discussion about abortion and the responsibility Catholic leaders have to defend the unborn. Monsignor Kavanagh, Pastor of St. In the letter, Monsignor Kavanagh rebuked Gray Davis for publicly promoting abortion, saying, "Gray Davis is an outspoken, militant champion of violence -- the most cold-blooded violence of killing preborn and partially born human beings. So what prompted Monsignor Kavanagh's strong letter to Rabbi Bloom?
Gray Davis on Saturday signed a controversial package of gay rights bills, including one that officially recognizes same sex domestic partnerships and extends health insurance benefits to the unmarried partners of government employees. A second bill is aimed at enhancing protection of gay high school and college students from harassment by classmates. The third will lead to more aggressive prosecution of sexual discrimination cases in employment and housing. In signing the bills, which narrowly cleared the Legislature last month, the governor cited the murder last year of a Wyoming college student, Matthew Shepard, 21, who authorities allege was savagely tortured and killed by hate-filled bigots because he was gay.