Live at no charge in upscale apartment as companion for man with autism and intellectual disability, south/downtown San Antonio, foster care through Medicaid Waiver Program, couples may apply, IRS okays wages, nontaxable, background check required. Send resume to email@example.com or text for more information 210-382-6369.
SS Water Supply Corp.
is accepting applications for a full-time Administrative Assistant. Minimum qualifications:
Five years in an office environment, proven organization and computing skills
and above average communication ability required. The ideal candidate
will have some financial management experience, ability to understand and interpret
legal documents, become a notary, acquire skills to support the water utility
industry and work independently on occasion. Person selected will be
in an environment dealing with a variety of situations while serving the
public. Starting pay depends on
experience. Great benefits!
Applications and resumes will be taken until position is filled! Apply in
person at 10393 U.S. Hwy. 87 W., La Vernia, Texas, 830-779-2837.
Disclaimer: The author of this entry is responsible for this content, which is not edited by the Wilson County News or wilsoncountynews.com.
Greg Abbott Attorney General March 27, 2012 | 1,646 views | 2 comments
"Hi, this is Greg Abbott just outside of the United States Supreme Court where we have finished Day 2 of the ObamaCare oral arguments. We had a great day where it seemed like a majority of the justices agreed with Texas' position. Justice Kennedy in particular said it looks like ObamaCare changes the relationship between government and individuals in a way that intrudes upon individual liberty. He also said that in agreement with Texas that ObamaCare is forcing people do something that is contrary to their prior rulings. Importantly, Justice Scalia agreed that the federal government is supposed to have limited powers. The federal government has only those powers that are enumerated in the Constitution. He can't find in the Constitution where the federal government has the power to impose ObamaCare. Outside the courtroom, it was completely crowded with people who were chanting opposition to ObamaCare. The people of this country are in agreement with the arguments by Texas against ObamaCare. Just know that we are here in Washington, D.C., fighting for your liberty, fighting for your interest and trying to protect you and your pocketbook. We've got one more day of oral arguments and then the decision coming out soon." -- Greg Abbott