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When I started school in the mid-1970s, nearly two out of three mothers still stayed home with their kids.But now it’s the other way around. In nearly two out of three families, both parents work,chanelbagsroses, according to federal statistics.Obviously, that creates a lot of scheduling problems when kids have to be picked up from school. Or babysitters cancel. Or ballgames start early. So,beats headphones, to make work schedules more flexible, U.S. Rep. Martha Roby introduced a bill this year to give private-sector employees the right to take comp time instead of overtime.A working mother herself, the Alabama Republican points out that public-sector employees have had that right since 1985. The Working Families Flexibility Act would extend the same option to the private sector.Employers still couldn’t force people to take comp time instead of overtime, but workers could ask for the paid time-off instead. And they could even change their mind later, demanding a cash payment if the time off remains unused.“This bill just makes sense,�?Roby has told reporters.Congress is due to debate the proposal this summer.For more information on H.R. 1406,
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Dallis Todd’s phone call has been hit hard with text messages and phone calls over the past 24 hours.That happens when you are one of the country’s top wide receiver recruits and finalize your college choice.Todd, a 6-5, 205-pounder from La Mirada, Calif., gave a verbal commitment to play football at OU on Monday. He attended Oklahoma’s spring football game on Saturday, visited his aunts and uncles (who live in Seminole) on Sunday and decided on the Sooners after yesterday’s final meeting with his parents.A Saturday night dinner with fellow Class of 2014 commitment �?Edmond Santa Fe quarterback Justice Hansen �?didn’t hurt, either.Todd had scholarship offers from schools like Oklahoma State,louboutin pas cher, Ohio State,louboutin, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Florida State and Florida,louboutin pas cher, according to Rivals.com. Todd’s total number totaled at least 30 schools.Todd spoke with the Tulsa World on Tuesday night, when he discussed his reasons for choosing Oklahoma, building a relationship with Hansen and the recruiting work of Sooners assistant coaches Jay Norvell and Jay Boulware �?TW: What helped you say yes to Oklahoma’s scholarship offer?DT: “When I went into the trip, I had three things that I was looking for out of a school �?academics, a relationship that I can build with the coaching staff and a team that would use me effectively in their offense. I went to Oklahoma with those three things in mind and they fit everything I was looking for in a school.”TW: How much did OU quarterback commit Justice Hansen play in your choosing OU?DT: “He played a role in my decision. We sat down and had dinner on Saturday night with his family �?I built a relationship with him because I knew he would be the quarterback that I would play with �?Now we text everyday. It’s something big that we built.”TW: How tight is your commitment to Oklahoma?DT: “My commitment is super strong with Oklahoma. It’s so strong that my recruiting is shut off. My focus is on school right now and the Sooners.TW: What are your strengths on the football field?DT: “My route running ability and the way I can stretch the field are my strengths.”TW: How well did Coach Jay Norvell and Jay Boulware recruit you?DT: “They did an awesome job. Those are two top coaches that I went through the process with. Coach Norvell is a great coach and, knowing the success he’s had as a coach, I’m blessed to have the opportunity to play under him. Coach (Jay) Boulware is a family-type man and can be my second dad away form home. I know he’s going to take care of me.�?
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