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R-Wis. saying this week "For all those millions of Americans struggling paycheck to paycheck help is on the way"But the biggest chunk of the plan offers a stark and permanent tax cut for American companies dropping the corporate rate from 35 percent to 21 percentIncome-tax rates for everyone will drop temporarily though the financial impact will be largely concentrated at the top Families earning less than $25000 a year would receive an average tax cut of $60; families making between $50000 and $75000 will get an average cut of $890; and families making more than $1 million would get an average cut of nearly $70000 the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center saidThe plan’s effect on the national deficit a Republican sounding point during the Obama years could be astronomical Congress’ official Joint Committee on Taxation assessing an earlier version of the bill said it would add $1 trillion or more to the deficit over the next decade even factoring in expected growth of the US economySanders repeated this week that Trump would not release his tax returns "as long as they’re under audit" Nothing prevents Trump from disclosing his returns including an audit Internal Revenue Service officials and attorneys say and every president has done so routinely for the past 40 yearsAs a rule the IRS has for several decades audited the president and vice president every year Legal experts say voluntary releases of tax returns a tradition dating back to Richard Nixon have allowed the public to serve as a check-and-balance on whether the president is being enriched by the positionEdward Kleinbard a former chief of staff for Congress’ Joint Committee on Taxation and a professor at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law said the tax bill’s passage should raise pressure on the president to reveal tax returns showing how much it could improve his finances"If Donald Trump is sincere that he will not gain from this tax bill it’s time he lay his cards on the table and show us" Kleinbard said "It’s just not possible that this bill doesn’t convey tremendous tax savings to him What does he gain Up to a 20 percent deduction associated with all the tax bills associated with all his businesses What does he lose Nothing"Author Information: Drew Harwell is a national technology reporter for The Washington Post covering artificial intelligence and big data and Canada In Europe Thats why I have introduced legislation to seek out the information they need to be their own advocates at the negotiation tableMcKay’s editor turned the book down in 1941; 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Neuron 101016 (2018) How humans—and other mammals—might have gotten their night vision By Emily UnderwoodSep 13 2018 2:10 PM On a moonless night the light that reaches Earth is a trillion–fold less than on a sunny day Yet most mammals still see well enough to get around just fine—even without the special light-boosting membranes in the eyes of cats and other nocturnal animals A new study in mice hints at how this natural night vision works: Motion-sensing nerve cells in the retina temporarily change how they wire to each other in dark conditions The findings might one day help visually impaired humans researchers say Scientists already knew a bit about how night vision works in rabbits mice humans and other mammals Mammalian retinas can respond to “ridiculously small” numbers of photons says Joshua Singer a neuroscientist at the University of Maryland in College Park who was not involved in the new study A single photon can activate a light-sensitive cell known as a rod cell in the retina which sends a minute electrical signal to the brain through a ganglion cell One kind of ganglion cell specializes in motion detection—a vital function if you’re a mouse being hunted by an owl or a person darting to avoid oncoming traffic Some of these direction-selective ganglion cells (DSGCs) get excited only when an object is moving upward Others fire only when objects are moving down or to the left or right Together the cells decide where an object is headed and relay that information to the brain which decides how to act DSGCs “stand out as one of the few places in the brain” where neuroscientists feel pretty confident they know what neurons are doing Singer says But the cells behave in surprising ways when the lights go down To find out how DSGCs adapt to the dark neuroscientist Greg Field and colleagues at Duke University in Durham North Carolina examined slices of mouse retinas by laying them on tiny glass plates embedded with an electrode array Each array includes about 500 electrodes but is so small that it spans just a half-millimeter Field says Bathed in an oxygenated solution the mouse retinas can still function and “see” while the array records electrical activity from hundreds of neurons The team showed the dissected retinas a simple movie—bands moving across a contrasting background—then turned the light down by a factor of 10000 going from typical office-level lighting to a more moonlit scene Three of the four directional DSGCs remained “rock solid” in their response to the motion when the lights went down Field says But the fourth type which usually responds to upward motion now responded to a much broader range of motion including down and sideways they report today in Neuron Field and his colleagues then analyzed why the “up” cells were acting oddly Using a computer model of all four directional cells’ activity they concluded that when the “up” cells sacrificed some of their preference for one direction they improved the performance of the group as a whole boosting DSGCs’ ability to detect motion in low light To find out how the “up cells” had switched their function scientists genetically engineered mice that lacked intracellular connections called gap junctions in their upsensing neurons Such protein channels allow chemical signals to pass from one neuron to another and have previously been linked to night vision Field’s team found that in retinal tissue from mice without the gap junctions upsensing cells didn’t adapt to the dark That means that at least some of the “up” cells’ ability to boost motion detection in low light depends on gap junctions the authors say Whether this holds true in people as well is unclear but the rodent insight might still be applied to artificial vision efforts Even though DSGCs make up just 4% of ganglion cells in humans compared with about 20% in mice many new retinal prosthetics for visually impaired people rely in large part on electrically stimulating ganglion cells Studies like this could help fine-tune those technologies Field says “If you’re going to stimulate ganglion cells you need to get them to send the right signals to the brain”Panaji: The Shiv Sena on Friday sacked its Goa unit chief Shivprasad Joshi The party’s state spokesperson Jitesh Kamat confirmed the development?
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