THE FIRST MEETING: Amy Ambrosino and Chris Miko met in late summer 2007.
She was 18, a recent high school graduate working retail and living at home in the Breckenridge subdivision of Wilmington. She and her friend, Lily Iada, were going out for a casual evening. Their first stop was Walmart, where Lily received a panicked call from their friend Jason Rash.
He was 20 and working at the waste disposal company that served her neighborhood. He had locked his keys in his car at 7-11 and they were threatening to tow it.
She had just run out to her car when she heard someone yell “hey” at her from the back of the garbage truck. Lily and Amy went to his apartment to see if they could get in and retrieve a spare set of keys, but had no luck.
Lisa Blunt Rochester joined more than 70 of their congressional colleagues July 13 to introduce House and Senate versions of the Refund Equality Act of 2017.
The Supreme Court has ruled on this issue, so we must make sure the law is updated to reflect this important change.” “All Americans deserve fair and equal treatment under the law, and that includes the tax code,” Coons said.
“The tax code currently prevents many married same-sex couples from receiving all of the tax benefits they are owed, which is unacceptable.
Nowadays, this multi-talented personality is busy hosting her cooking show ‘Kids Baking Championship’.
This chubby teenager turned sex symbol is also associated with the Jenny Craig weight-loss program and is a spokesperson for the same.