Long-gone are the days of smoke-filled backrooms in Congress. Despite their merits, congressional ethics rules have eroded the bonds of community on Capitol Hill. Pile on the demands of the endless campaign season, and Members of Congress barely spend three days a week legislating. Nevertheless, one important social tradition is still alive and kicking in DC: the informational interview. An informational interview is a face-to-face meeting with someone whose career or work you want to learn more about.
Swiss animal welfare laws necessitate guinea pig “matchmaking agency”
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Woman dedicates her life to rescuing thousands of adorable guinea pigs
Posted by Staff Writer on Sep 23, in News. Summary of story from Spiegel , September 20, As a result, anyone owning a pair of guinea pigs will be breaking the law if the death of one animal leaves the owner with a sole guinea pig. She says she gets two to three enquiries per week, and rents her guinea pigs out for weeks, months or even years at a time.
Guinea pigs are sociable animals and Swiss law prohibits owners from keeping the furry rodents on their own. But what happens when one dies? By Jens Witte. Jahrgang , geboren und aufgewachsen im Ruhrgebiet. Studierte Journalistik und Politikwissenschaft in Dortmund.