End Citizens United Against Rick Scott

In 2018, End Citizens United filed with the Federal Election Commission a complaint that alleges that Rick Scott is using a “super PAC” illegally in order to support his Senate campaign. The political action committee suggests that actions are performed in order to get around federal limits that have been placed upon direct contributions to candidates’ campaign. Read more about the group on Wikipedia.

Super PACs are allowed to raise and spend as much money as needed, but without working directly with any campaign. End Citizens United is accusing Rick Scott of breaking the anti-coordination law. The End Citizens United’s Communications Director, Adam Bozzi, declared that Rick Scott figured out how to bypass law election via funneling soft money into the super PAC that would be meant for the president, and that he is more interested in his political aspirations than in the law. He also stated that the super PAC helped Scott sidestep campaign finance laws, evade discloser laws and pay the bills to his campaign.

Rick Scott’s campaign denied the accusations brought forth by the Washington-based organization, but ECU countered the denial and presented documentation that supported that charge. For example, End Citizens United pointed out that Mr. Scott was still listed as the PAC’s chairman on their website in January. Learn more about the group on Crunchbase.

End Citizens United is a political action committee that came into existence in March of 2015. The organization wants to reverse the Unite States Supreme Court 2010 decision that resulted from the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission case. The decision deregulates limits that independent groups have to adhere to when spending for or against specific candidates.

ECU’s mission is to encourage campaign finance reform, and to get Big Money out of the political system. They work on achieving their goals by supporting candidates who agree with this agenda. They work with candidates in order to overturn Citizens United, which would mean donations will no longer be unlimited and undisclosed. The committee has its headquarters in Washington, D.C., and in 2016 operated in its first election cycle, with over $25 million in funding. They have endorsed Democratic candidates, including Bete O’Rourke and Russ Feingold.

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Neurocore- A History Of Neurofeedback Science

Our brains are truly complex and astonishing organs. While they are certainly the most adaptable and resilient structures known to man, the brain is also our source of perception, thoughts, emotions and behaviors. There are billions of tiny, microscopic neurons in our brains which control the use of chemical signals in order to regulate the electric impulses that keep us active. The neurons are necessary for such functions in our brain related to how we feel, think, function and process everything. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.

Advancements In EEG Technology

There have been amazing advancements in the field of EEG technology, neurofeedback and brain mapping. The advancements are being developed at a faster rate than any scientist would have expected. The new information being found is useful to better understand how our brains work and how we can effectively improve our functioning abilities.

In Boca Raton, Florida, there is a company called Neurocore. They are a brain-training center that has begun using the updated EEG technology to make improvements in individual’s mental acuity. They are also working with the technology to try and find new methods of treatment for certain disorders such as anxiety, depression, ASD and ADHD. Even those these neurotherapeutic treatment options are new to the public, there is a rich history in these applications that date back to the middle of the 20th century.

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History Of Neuroscience

The first scientific contributions of neuroscience came about in the late 18th century from two leading Italian scientists named Volta and Galvani. They are considered the forefathers for modern bioelectric theory and electrophysiology. They did many of their experiments on the legs of frogs. They connected the legs to an iron fence during lightning storms to see if the legs would contract based on the theory that there was “animal electricity” stored in the frog’s legs. Together, the scientists hypothesized that the contractions were a result of electrical properties that were dissimilar to the saline interfaces of the metal-tissue from the fence. This hypothesis was not proven by the scientists until 1800.

The growth of this field of science has expanded exponentially in the last 20 years because of the increasing availability of computers and their calculating power. Visit manta.com to know more about Neurocore.