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Daniel Andrews, Matthew Guy campaign in the last days; Release of VEC early voting figures; John Pesutto denies Liberal Party leadership ambitions

Labor is promising a $1 billion surplus at the end of the next term if it wins the election despite another $3.3 billion in campaign spending announcements, according to a final tally of government spending pledges. In a final address to voters ahead of Saturday’s election, Treasurer Tim Pallas said …

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Bitcoin Rebounds, Crypto Broker Attempts to Bypass Bankruptcy

Bitcoin reversed above $16,000 on Tuesday after briefly hitting a new two-year low on Monday. The world’s largest cryptocurrency fell below $15,500 on Monday afternoon, with worsening liquidity issues raising concerns following the collapse of Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX. Unconfirmed social media chatter Over the weekend, crypto industry sources, including a …

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$5 Million to Northwest Tribes: Federal Funds to Help Restore Sockeye Salmon Habitat | New

US Senators from Oregon Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden announce that a total of $5,041,495 million from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) will be awarded to the Nez Perce Tribe, in partnership with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) and other partners, to restore sockeye …

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What is an index fund? – Advisor Forbes Australia

As stated above, index funds are a type of mutual fund. Like all mutual funds, when you buy shares in an index fund, you’re pooling your money with other investors to own a share of the company. With an index fund, the pool of money is used to buy a …

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ARC grants radio spectrum to media and broadcasters for World Cup

Doha: The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has granted all broadcast and media rights holders the radio spectrum that enables more than 3.5 billion expected viewers to tune in to unique official coverage of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 on TV, digital platforms and public screens. The tournament’s spectrum management …

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Booming segments of the payday loan market; Investors looking for stunning growth: Speedy Cash, OppLoans, Ace Cash Express, Money Mart

This press release was originally distributed by SBWire NJ New Jersey, USA – (SBWIRE) – 11/17/2022 – The latest released Payday Loans Market Research has assessed the future growth potential of the Payday Loans market and provides useful insights and statistics on the structure and size of the market. The …

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COP27: Fossil fuel interests take us for fools

Consider how our world fuels its economies: we extract fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) and burn them. Air pollution alone causes millions of deaths and heat-trapping emissions overheat the planet, leading to sea level rise, heat waves, droughts, wildfires, floods and other extreme weather events. The companies that …

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Leverage data for program improvement and student success

Who registers the New England transfer guarantee? With three semesters of student-level enrollment data on this New England Higher Education Council transfer initiative under our belt, Senior Program Manager Emily Decatur and I are now equipped to begin answering this question and many more. The New England Transfer Guarantee is …

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Financial watchdog would have better access to SA firm documents under proposed law change

South Australia’s independent financial watchdog is said to have greater access to cabinet documents under new laws introduced in state parliament by the opposition. Key points: Opposition-proposed new laws would give SA’s auditor general greater access to government records The auditor general revealed that some requests for documents were rejected …

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The truth about payday loans

Payday loans are a controversial topic. Some people see them as a lifeline in times of need, while others see them as a dangerous way to trap people in a cycle of debt. So what’s the truth about payday loans? In this blog post, we’ll explore the pros and cons …

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The Unmistakable Clues to Janet Yellen’s Visit to India

Friendhoring is an experiment in which the United States plans to favor its political allies when building new supply chains and revamping existing ones. The idea is to exclude China from supply chains. “For too long, countries around the world have been too dependent on risky countries or a single …

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TC BANCSHARES, INC. MD&A and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (Form 10-Q/A)

General This discussion and analysis reflects our financial statements and other relevant statistical data, and is intended to enhance your understanding of our financial condition and results of operations. The information in this section has been derived from the accompanying unaudited financial statements and the notes thereto appearing in Part …

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LandBank pledges full support to accelerate Pasig City’s digital momentum

THE Land Bank of the Philippines (LandBank) has announced that it fully supports the acceleration of Pasig City Government’s digitization push towards the effective delivery of responsive public services in the city. LandBank said President and CEO Cecilia C. Borromeo met with City of Pasig Mayor Victor Ma. Regis “Vico” …

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Bangladesh must advocate for legal migration opportunities for climate-vulnerable people

Sun, Nov 13, 2022 12:32 AM Last updated on: Sun, Nov 13, 2022, 1:10 AM Climate migration was not on the agenda at COP27, despite millions of people around the world being vulnerable to climate change. Photo archives: Habibur Rahman “> Climate migration was not on the agenda at COP27, …

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Alaska Native nonprofit puts culture at the forefront of substance abuse prevention

CITC organizes berry picking outings for youth as part of its drug prevention services. (Photo courtesy of CITC) This summer, the Cook Inlet Tribal Council took young people berry picking as part of their substance abuse prevention program. CITC is a tribal non-profit organization that calls itself a “culturally responsive …

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Sweden ditches free admission to its state museums and slashes $91.4 million from its cultural budget

The Swedish government cut its 2023 budget for culture by SEK 1 billion ($91.4 million) and scrapped free admission to its state museums in response to the economic downturn. Sweden’s new cultural budget is SEK 9.033 billion ($845 million) from last year’s SEK 10.133 billion ($970 million), with the drop …

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Bitcoin Sinks as FTX Crisis Sparks Crypto Contagion Fears

Contagion fears are sweeping the crypto industry, sending bitcoin plummeting as market participants race to determine who is exposed to Sam Bankman-Fried’s digital asset empire. Bitcoin, the most actively traded crypto coin in the world, fell 11% to $16,500, hitting the lowest level since late 2020. Other tokens also came …

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SEAT-VW says to go ahead with Spanish electric car and battery project

MADRID, Nov 9 (Reuters) – Volkswagen’s Spanish unit SEAT is to go ahead with a mega project to make electric vehicles and batteries after overcoming initial reservations about the scale of government subsidies for the company of strategic importance for Spain, she announced on Wednesday. The SEAT-led project, which will …

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How Anti-Semitism Affects Central Coast Jewry

As the rate of anti-Semitism continues to grow, the Central Coast Jewish community remains vigilant. This prompted the Security Community Network, a nonprofit that oversees Jewish community security, to issue an emergency notice to synagogues across the country. On Monday, the FBI said the source “no longer poses a threat …

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New bill aims to make all electric vehicles in the US immediately eligible for federal subsidies

Several members of Congress have co-sponsored a bill that suspends the strict requirements automakers must meet in order to make their electric vehicles eligible for the US$7,500 US tax credit reintroduced with the recent Inflation Reduction Act. Introduced by Congresswoman Terri Sewell, the so-called Affordable Electric Vehicles for America Act …

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Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Corner: It’s time to end the unhealthy relationship with fossil fuels | News, Sports, Jobs

I like fossil fuels. They have heated my various homes over the years, brought me to my office every day during my working life, taken me on several exciting vacations, and given me lots of petroleum products for my home. But it’s time to end my friendship with …

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Unemployment Rates Live Online: Check for State Inflation Relief, SS Payments, Student Loan Forgiveness

Inflation knows no borders Inflation weighed on household finances in the United States, but Americans are not alone. Rising prices have wreaked havoc on governments around the world and sent central bankers scrambling to stop it. Policymakers have instituted aggressive rate hikes to tighten monetary policy in their jurisdictions in …

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A Semiconductor Strategy for the United States

Summary Semiconductors are the engine of the digital economy. The semiconductor industry has moved to the forefront of political discourse in the United States and other countries. Surges from America’s economic rivals and challenges facing its own domestic industry, coupled with supply chain shortages, have prompted the US government to …

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EPA provides federal grants to local air monitoring projects throughout Colorado

Tri-County Health Department: $403,996 The local public health department will use the grant to expand an air monitoring network to measure particulate matter. Data will be shared on an online dashboard. United Black Parents Foundation: $472,656 The Denver-based nonprofit will use the money to set up an air monitoring network …

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Fed rate hikes spark concern over potential financial crisis

Comment this story Comment The warning signs of financial distress are flashing all over Wall Street. The Federal Reserve’s long-term shift to higher interest rates has triggered volatile revaluation in stocks, bonds and real estate while forcing credit-loaded businesses, households and governments cheap to rethink their plans. The dilemma the …

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To make farming viable, farmers demand increased support price, timely subsidies

November 02, 2022 | 05:56 IST To make farming viable, farmers demand increased support price, timely subsidies Team Herald MARGAO: Alleging that government programs benefiting farmers remain only on paper and subsidies to support agriculture are not arriving on time, Sirjem Add Tenant Association, a farmers’ organization based in Curtorim, …

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Gen Z doesn’t see the point of getting a degree. Here’s how to fix college ROI

The Biden administration’s plan to forgive up to $20,000 in student loans has been welcomed by many borrowers. However, this does not solve the underlying problem, which is the cost of higher education in America. According to some estimates, we will be back to $1.6 trillion in student debt just …

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Commitment to increase the Victorian Homebuyer Fund

The state government has pledged to add $1.1 billion to the Victorian Homebuyer Fund. In a statement, the government said the new funding would come on top of the existing $500 million investment in the Equity Equity Scheme which is making home ownership more feasible for many Victorians, including those …

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The cost of living crisis and universities – FE News

The cost of living crisis is a major challenge for the whole country, particularly as winter approaches. This situation will only be aggravated by the recent economic uncertainty. Universities, their students and staff will be affected like everyone else. Impact on students A recent survey by Savanta ComRes for Universities …

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Joe Biden’s $369 billion climate push ripples through developing countries

So far, 2022 has not been a great year for emerging economies in Asia. The immediate challenges of a strong dollar, rising interest rates and inflation in everything from food to fuel show little sign of abating. Now another complicating factor has emerged – from an unlikely source. The Cut …

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MDOT meets with Calvert officials to discuss transportation priorities

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD (October 25, 2022) – Maryland Assistant Secretary of Transportation Earl Lewis and other Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) officials met with Calvert County officials to discuss MDOT’s six-year anniversary. Draft consolidated transportation program for fiscal year 2023-2028 (PTC). The CTP project provides a record investment of $19.9 …

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Home Equity Loans Vs. Personal Loans: A Guide

Home Equity Loan Vs. Personal Loan: Questions to Ask to Help You Decide What are your plans? There are many reasons to take out a loan, but knowing why you need the money can help you decide which loan is right for you. If you plan to complete home renovations, …

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How Digital Twins Can Bridge the U.S. Chipmaking Gap

Can we alleviate our overreliance on Asia for the microprocessors used in everything from the appliances in our homes to the laptops we use and the cars we drive? In early September, the Department of Commerce unveiled its implementation plan to distribute $50 billion of the CHIPS Act in subsidies …

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National assessment shows significant drops in Virginia reading and math scores – The Suffolk News-Herald

National assessment shows significant drops in Virginia reading and math scores Posted 7:25 p.m. on Tuesday, October 25, 2022 Youngkin urges districts to spend remaining recovery funds By Nathaniel Cline Virginia Mercury With the results of a national education assessment showing significant declines in reading and math, Republican Gov. Glenn …

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Grant Robertson on healthcare spending, UK Prime Minister

Grant Robertson (file photo) Photo: RNZ / Samuel Rillstone Finance Minister Grant Robertson has defended the government’s record on health spending as strained hospital emergency departments grapple with long wait times. Last week, a person died after leaving the emergency department of Christchurch Hospital during what Te Whatu Ora Waitaha …

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Calls for subsidies as low-income Australians see insurance as a luxury they can no longer afford

Malcolm Battersby can keep his shopping bill down by growing his own vegetables. Key points: Calls are being made for more financial support for low-income people struggling with the cost of insurance Figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show that insurance has grown by 3.4% over the past year. …

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Federal Support for Hurricane Ian Recovery Approaches $1.3 Billion, FEMA Provides More Than $595 Million in Individual Assistance to Jumpstart Recovery for Survivors

WASHINGTON — More than $1.27 billion in federal grants, disaster loans and flood insurance payments have been provided to the state of Florida and to households to help survivors jump-start their recovery after the Hurricane Ian. FEMA provided $595 million to households and $322 million to the state for emergency …

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OSF St. Francis Hospital to Build New Cancer Center

CLICK TO HEAR JACK HALL’S INTERVIEW WITH KELLY JEFFERSON https://media.socastsrm.com/wordpress/wp-content/blogs.dir/1906/files/2022/10/jefferson-1.mp3 CLICK TO HEAR JACK HALL’S INTERVIEW WITH TODD LAFAVE https://media.socastsrm.com/wordpress/wp-content/blogs.dir/1906/files/2022/10/lafave.mp3 OSF St. Francis Hospital in Escanaba on Friday announced plans to build a new cancer center, providing more space for the oncology services that will be offered there. He will …

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Reviews | Rebuilding Ukraine after the war is vital for the West

October 20, 2022 at 2:27 p.m. EDT A building in Donetsk damaged by a Russian attack on October 9. (Carl Court/Getty Images) Comment this story Comment Beyond Ukraine’s recent astonishing successes on the battlefield, eight months of war have left the country a physical, financial and economic basket case. Millions …

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Brown and Renville Counties Named Contiguous Disaster Areas | News, Sports, Jobs

WASHINGTON, DC — Due to the drought, US Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack nominated nine Minnesota counties as natural disaster zones oct. 17. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture said farms in affected counties may be eligible for assistance from the Farm Disaster Service, and State Agency Recovery loans. …

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Lawmakers’ road trip pushes airport-related change to Nebraska Constitution

LINCOLN — A bipartisan trio of Nebraska lawmakers drove through Husker Land this week touting a ballot measure tied to air travel as a way for the state to develop new businesses and talent. Eppley Airfield in Omaha is among nine airports that could be affected by the proposed constitutional …

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Submittable Partners with BDO to Provide Comprehensive Government Grant Administration Services | New

MISSOULA, Mont. & SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–October 19, 2022– Today, Submittedthe software company that helps thousands of organizations around the world launch, manage and measure social impact programs, and BDO USA, LLPone of the nation’s leading insurance, tax and advisory firms, has announced a comprehensive grants management service tailored to public sector …

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Accompanying children and families halfway through

Published: Tuesday, October 18, 2022 Medway children who receive free school lunch benefits will continue to receive support this semester, and support remains available for any residents facing financial hardship. Around 11,000 Medway children are currently receiving free meals during school term and they will continue to receive support through …

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Biden wants to expand Failed Jones Act-style economic policy

There is no mistaking the intent of the Merchant Marine Act, the 1920 law more commonly known as the Jones Act. Adopted in the aftermath of the First World War, when the demand for maritime services had increased considerably, its purpose was set out in the text of the law …

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IEDA distributes $53 million in federal funds to Iowa startups

Now is a good time to have a business idea in Iowa. The US Treasury Department announced it would give the state $96 million to support small businesses, with startup programs receiving the bulk of the money. The Iowa Economic Development Authority will direct $31 million of that money to …

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Reduced grant programs will help fund new road and rail projects: King, Gallagher

“We’ve made it clear that we’re going to find savings – you’ll definitely see the first stage of the waste and road audit, you’ll see the results of that [in the budget],” she says. Loading “But we also said he would deliver on our campaign commitments, helping to address cost …

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IMF Reaches Service Level Agreement with Tunisia for Lending Program

Deal paves way for bilateral loans Year-end target for finalizing $1.9 billion package Deal comes amid warnings of ‘social explosion’ TUNIS, Oct 15 (Reuters) – Tunisia has reached a preliminary deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a $1.9 billion bailout package that could be finalized in December, the …

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Pakistan promises IMF reforms as flood damage estimated at over $16bn

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Pakistan’s finance minister has pledged international lenders to stick with economic reforms despite a new estimate that his country needs more than $16 billion quickly to recover from devastating floods. Finance Minister Ishaq Dar also said a flood donors’ conference promised by French President Emmanuel Macron would …

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How to direct money for infrastructure upgrades to communities that need it most

When storms like Hurricane Ian hit, many people then have to deal with the loss of water service. Power outages mean that pumps cannot process and treat potable or sewage water, and high stormwater flows can damage water pipes. Ian’s the effects echoed a similar disaster in Jackson, Mississippi, where …

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New grants awarded to agricultural shows in Victoria

The Victorian Government is helping Victorian agricultural and pastoral societies boost their COVID recovery. More than $1 million in funding for 79 events will allow performing companies across the state to support free admission for children to shows and field days. Grants ranging from $750 to over $90,000 have been …

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Bank of England says ‘lessons must be learned’ from pension crisis

The Bank of England said “lessons must be learned” from the pensions crisis which triggered unprecedented intervention in UK gilt markets, and stressed the need for action to mitigate similar risks in other countries. other parts of the financial sector. “While it may not be reasonable to expect market participants …

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U.S. business partners at war over electric vehicle tax credits at Manchin-Schumer

JU.S. trading partners, enraged by recently reformed electric vehicle tax credits that favor North American products, are pressuring Washington to change course on a policy they say could violate international trade laws. Officials in Europe and Asia representing major auto manufacturing industries have come out strongly against the subsidy, which …

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Data gaps make relief payments to WA officials difficult to trace

Inconsistent information The $790 billion Paycheck Protection Program is one of the largest federal efforts to provide economic stability while detailing those payments in publicly available data. But that’s still a fraction of the pandemic expense, offers inconsistent results, and is open to misinterpretation. For example, the first PPP data …

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Europe’s energy market spooked by $1.5 trillion liquidity crunch

As Europe continues to face a daunting energy crisis, European energy markets are still facing a liquidity disaster, with financial institutions’ exposure to fossil fuels and record levels of margin calls ringing. the alarm. According to Norway Equinor ASA (NYSE: EQNR), European energy trading is under strong pressure from margin …

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Reviews | Liz Truss’ focus on economic growth is what the UK needs

Michael R. Strain is director of economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. Prime Minister Liz Truss has said she wants Britain to “do things differently”. At the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham last week, she acknowledged that her efforts to achieve this had produced significant political and stock …

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CAMPO and RTC Meetings to Discuss Grants, Agreements, Projects and Plans at Carson City Community Center | Carson City Nevada News

Event date: October 12, 2022 – 4:30 p.m. The next meeting of the Carson Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) is scheduled for Wednesday, October 12 beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Robert ‘Bob’ Crowell Council Chambers of the Carson City Community Center, located at 851 E. William Street. The Carson …

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Money Moves: Gather AI, RoadRunner Recycling and Innovation Works just received growth boosts

From government grants to fundraising, it’s been an active week for Pittsburgh tech. But fear not – if you haven’t entered all the titles, Technically is here to help. Following the announcement of a $5 million increase in ERIN Technologies and Duolingo’s acquisition of the Detroit-based animation studio Gunnerthese other …

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Aerolineas Argentinas unveils a special Airbus A330 livery

Aerolineas Argentinas IATA/ICAO code: AR/ARG Airline type: Full service carrier Hub(s): Ezeiza International Airport, Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Year of foundation: 1949 Alliance: SkyTeam CEO: Pablo Ceriani Country: Argentina Aerolíneas Argentinas has unveiled a new livery promoting the country’s men’s football team just in time for the FIFA World Cup, which …

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Populism and friends – Sandra Gauci

As the annual budget approaches, we are reassured by Finance Minister Clyde Caruana and Prime Minister Robert Abela that they will once again maintain fuel subsidies. However, they do so without distinguishing between rich and poor. The short-sightedness of this proposal is understood even by the strongest supporters of the …

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Three takeaways from Greene County Commissioner Bob Dixon’s speech

In his annual “State of the County” address, Presiding Greene County Commissioner Bob Dixon said the past year has been marked by “silent and careful scrutiny” as the Commission “thinks at the level regional”. “The state of the county is not only strong, it continues to improve,” Dixon told members …

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Ministry of Transportation makes funding available to governments to demonstrate new transportation technologies

On September 19, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) released two funding opportunity notices for two grant programs: one for Enhancing Mobility and Transportation Revolution (SMART) and the other for Advanced Transportation Technology and Innovation (ATTAIN). Both grant programs have been authorized in the Infrastructure Investment and Employment Act (IIJA) …

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Students say COVID-19 helps improve grades and relieve stress

Federal emergency aid disbursed during the COVID-19 pandemic has helped students stay enrolled in classes, relieved stress and improved academic outcomes, according to a new report released today. The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators has partnered with NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education and consulting firm HCM …

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Chinese subsidies test the value of new WTO deal

World Trade Organization members will soon elect a new chair to handle the next phase of talks to end harmful fisheries subsidies with an informal meeting of delegates on October 10, where participants will chart a way forward. for the negotiations. Santiago Wills, Ambassador of Colombia to the WTO, chaired …

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State Grant for College: Types, Eligibility, and Repayments

Jhere are many kinds of federal grants and loans which are available for those going to college or career school in the the United States of America. If possible for students, it is much more beneficial to try to obtain scholarships, since the majority of them do not need to …

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DSWD Holds Job Fair for 4P Beneficiaries in Tacloban City

(FILE) Beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino or 4P program wait their turn to get their government financial aid at one of the banks in the city of Tacloban in this photo taken in 2021. —JOEY GABIETA TACLOBAN CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has launched …

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Bank of England pivots to avoid emergencies CryptoBlog

“Fed Watch” is a macro podcast, true to the rebellious nature of bitcoin. In each episode, we challenge traditional narratives and Bitcoin by examining current macro events around the world, with a focus on central banks and currencies. Watch this episode on YouTube or Rumble Listen to the episode here: …

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Review: US-China tech fight leaves global losers

HONG KONG, Sept 30 (Reuters Breakingviews) – No commodity has played such an important role in shaping the global economy and the balance of military power as semiconductors. Yet for years the $556 billion industry has received little attention from governments in Washington, Tokyo and other capitals of the developed …

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US Department of Justice Awards Nearly $5.5 Million to Violence Response Groups in Baltimore – Baltimore Sun

Three Baltimore community organizations have received nearly $5.5 million in federal grants for their violence intervention efforts. On Thursday, the Justice Programs Office of the Department of Justice announced grants totaling $100 million to help communities across the United States reduce gun crime and other serious violence. Ministry officials made …

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SPAC Bamboozle Keeps Giving: Shredded Inventory, Low Money, Ongoing Layoffs, Volta Tackles Government Subsidies for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

The “growth at all costs” model has been thrown out. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. Volta Inc., which went public via a merger with a SPAC in August last year, sells electric vehicle charging stations with large media screens resembling billboards that allow or compel people to watch advertisements …

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Some central banks abandon the fight against inflation in the midst of a currency crisis

(KNSI) – A central bank is rolling back its tighter monetary policy, which could be a preview of interventions in the coming weeks. The Bank of England announced early Wednesday that it was buying gilts, Britain’s equivalent to Treasury bills, to lower borrowing costs in the country. The policy is …

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What does Oakland A’s Howard Terminal mean to taxpayers?

Since the beginning of Oakland Athletics’ years-long quest to build a new ballpark in the city, residents and officials have wanted to know: How much will this project cost taxpayers? Now, years after the team’s bid began to build a $12 billion project that includes a 35,000-seat ballpark, housing, retail, …

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Bolsonaro’s troubled legacy for science, health and the environment

Four years ago, scientists in Brazil feared the worst when Jair Bolsonaro was elected the country’s next president. Bolsonaro had promised, for example, to pull Brazil out of the Paris climate accord, dismantle the environment ministry and reduce the extent of protected areas if he won. Despite failing to deliver …

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The lighthouse emergency shelter will close this week

Breadcrumb Links Local News The Saskatoon Tribal Council said it would try to “take over” and open a second shelter. No details are available on a transition plan for Lighthouse services. Publication date : Sep 26, 2022 • 56 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation A …

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‘Non-partisan’ health policy group advances Democrats’ equity agenda

Democrats National Academy for State Health Policy says states should mandate anti-racism training and promote race-based hiring Getty Images Patrick Hauf • September 26, 2022 04:56 Influential health care political group that claims to be non-partisan is pushing state governments to ‘advance health equity’ – a controversial Democratic policy agenda …

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Majority of recent police cars made with federal money

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Kerala University emerges from a government-governor battleground; university plans twin strategy – The New Indian Express

By Express press service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With Chief Minister alleging ‘Sangh Parivar agenda’ behind Governor Arif Mohammed Khan’s decision to go ahead with appointment of new Vice-Chancellor at Kerala University, LDF government will certainly put everything to thwart the decision of Raj Bhavan. Outgoing Vice Chancellor VP Mahadevan Pillai’s term ends …

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President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Approves Major Disaster Declaration for Alaska

WASHINGTON – FEMA today announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the State of Alaska to supplement recovery efforts by states, tribes and local communities in areas affected by a violent storm, floods and landslides from September 15 to 20. The President’s action makes federal funding available …

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Air Serbia seeks additional US destinations

Next year, Air Serbia plans to launch service to Chicago, but is already considering other destinations in the United States. American expansion Air Serbia CEO Jiri Marek shared with Aero Telegraph an overview of the airlines’ expansion plans in the United States, “We are considering other destinations in the United …

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Federal funds through grant help further secure B’nai Shalom Temple, a vibrant church in eastern Brunswick

EASTERN BRUNSWICK — Federal funds through the Security Grants for Nonprofits Program will help further secure the facility shared by Temple B’nai Shalom and Vibrant Church. “The first clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution protects our legal right to freely practice our religious faith, but we must ensure …

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Department of Justice grants will aid tribal law enforcement and aid Indigenous victims of crime

Different colored kuspuks displayed at a tribal consultation meeting in Anchorage on Sept. 21 represent Indigenous victims of violence. From left to right, the colors are red for missing and murdered indigenous women, orange for boarding school victims, baby kuspuk for children who will never be born, purple for victims …

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Senior US official visits Sri Lanka to strengthen strategic ties

Earlier this month, the head of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Samantha Power, paid a three-day official visit to Sri Lanka, allegedly to provide humanitarian aid to farmers and other people seriously affected by the worsening economic crisis in the country. The real purpose of his visit, …

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Comment: Indonesia will struggle to stay the course on rising fuel prices

Unions from another coalition, called Gebrak, also demonstrated on September 13 and are planning further demonstrations. The main union in this coalition of workers, students and civil society groups is the Allied Indonesian Trade Union Congress (KASBI), which is not affiliated with the Labor Party. The Gebrak alliance, which includes …

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Spain grants personal status to the Mar Menor lagoon

MADRID (AP) — Spain on Wednesday granted personhood status to a large saltwater lagoon that has suffered mass mortality of marine life, a new law that comes after a citizen push to better protect the threatened ecosystem. . The initiative backed by more than 600,000 citizens will become law after …

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Slidell woman pleads guilty to theft of public funds | USAO-EDLA

NEW ORLEANS – U.S. Attorney Duane A. Evans announced that LINDA REED HILL (“HILL”), 75, of Slidell, Louisiana, pleaded guilty today to theft of public funds in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 641. From or about May 1, 2004 until or about February 28, 2021, HILL knowingly …

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Ecuadorian president seeks ‘balance’ between US and China

Ecuador’s interests are best served by “balanced” relations with the world’s two superpowers, President Guillermo Lasso told Axios in a wide-ranging interview Monday on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly. Rollback: A year ago, Lasso’s ambassador to Washington told Axios that US indifference was forcing Ecuador and other …

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Oregon man pleads guilty to destruction of Planned Parenthood property | Takeover bid

An Oregon man pleaded guilty today to twice smashing windows and destroying property at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Grants Pass, Oregon because the clinic provides reproductive health services. Devin Friedrick Kruse, 27, pleaded guilty to two counts of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act. “The …

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The Albanian government should cut spending more aggressively or the RBA may be forced to continue raising rates

“It can be inflationary.” Inflation was 6.1% in the June quarter and is expected to reach nearly 8% by the end of this year, due to a combination of high global oil prices, supply chain disruptions and huge central bank and government stimulus in response to the pandemic. The RBA …

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With $968m in loans, India overtakes China to become Sri Lanka’s top lender

Overtaking China, India has become the largest bilateral lender to Sri Lanka by disbursing a total of $968 million in loans in four months of 2022, according to a media report. Notably, with its predatory lending policy, China has maintained its position as the largest bilateral lender to Sri Lanka …

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Lebanese fear more hardship after lifting fuel subsidies

BEIRUT – Lebanon’s Central Bank lifted its remaining fuel subsidies and said on September 16 that it would no longer provide US dollars for gasoline imports, a move that will force Lebanese to procure fuel at a volatile market rate. Until recently, the central bank guaranteed 40% of fuel import …

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Over 1,600 Berbice fishermen to receive cash grant – Guyana newsroom

More than 1,600 anglers in Region Six (East Berbice – Corentyne) are expected to benefit from the $150,000 Angler Cash Grant. Hundreds of fishermen showed up at Port Mourant Center Ground and Skeldon Community Center Ground on Friday to receive their cash grants following the recent end of the verification …

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Weekend Readings: This Could Cause The Next Financial Crisis

The Federal Reserve invigorated the economy before and during the coronavirus pandemic by buying Treasuries. The central bank was the main buyer of newly issued US debt and created trillions of new dollars in the process. The Fed is now allowing its securities portfolio to deplete as bonds mature as …

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BYD Board Secretary Responds to U.S. Chinese Battery Ban Rumors

On the evening of September 14, a rumor that the United States government’s recently passed Inflation Reduction Act would ban Chinese batteries after 2024 spread on Chinese social media. The potential policy was later rejected by the board secretary of BYD, a Shenzhen-based electric vehicle and battery giant. According to …

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$1.7 Million Grant Aims to Increase Internet Access | News, Sports, Jobs

WASHINGTON — A $1 million federal grant to increase internet connectivity is coming to an Elkins agency. U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo announced that the department’s Economic Development Administration is providing a $1.7 million grant to Woodlands Development Group, Inc., of Elkins, to support the growth of businesses …

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Residents will benefit from 3 months of BVIEC fuel supplement subsidies

in All News / By: BVI News Sep 13, 2022 8:05 AM / Kye Rymer Public Works and Utilities Minister Kye Rymer said the national unity government had listened to the cries of the people over rising electricity costs. In this regard, the Minister announced that the government will provide …

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Rainwater System Repair Begins: Additional Charges Will Appear in October | News, Sports, Jobs

Go to almost any street corner in downtown Williamsport and peek inside the sump pit or entrance. Many times while doing so, leaves or muddy debris can be seen covering the opening, or a few feet down, plant life popping up next to cups, trash, and …

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Gold Lending Interest Rates in September 2022 – Forbes Advisor INDIA

Gold is a popular choice for people looking to borrow a secured loan and have capital against it. Public and private sector banks in India offer loans against gold as collateral and charge interest on the principal amount. Interest rates on gold loans vary from bank to bank depending on …

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Salem-Keizer Schools to Select Equity Advisory Committee

The Salem-Keizer Public Schools Board of Trustees will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Miller Elementary School in Salem. Members of the public will not be allowed to attend in person due to growing security concerns. People can watch the meeting online at youtube.com/watch?v=lxdOmTdIjFs or on Capital Community Television 21. …

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How to avoid government grant scams

by: Better Business Bureau Job : Sep 10, 2022 / 5:00 PM CDT Updated: Sep 10, 2022 / 5:00 PM CDT Free money from the government that you will never have to pay back? If it sounds too good to be true, that’s because it’s the hook for a common …

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SpaceX appeals US FCC rejection of rural broadband subsidies

An exterior of SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California May 29, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, Sept 9 (Reuters) – SpaceX on Friday challenged the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to deny the space company’s satellite internet unit $885.5 million in broadband …

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Senator Collins announces more than $77…

washington d.c.—U.S. Senator Susan Collins, a member of the Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee, today announced that the Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) has received a total of $77.1 million for road improvements in Aroostook and Washington counties. The projects will complete the bypass to divert large tractor-trailer trucks from the main …

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Protests erupt in Indonesia over rising fuel prices – The Diplomat

Beat ASEAN | Economy | South East Asia Student groups and unions have pledged to step up protests against the government’s cut in a fuel subsidy. Student activists wave flags as they burn a tire during a rally against steep fuel price hikes, in Jakarta, Indonesia, September 8, 2022. Credit: …

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Deer Impact Emergency Loans

Thursday, September 8, 2022 By press release HDOA press release The Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA) will open an emergency loan program to help farmers with costs associated with axis deer overpopulation on Maui, Molokai and Lanai). At an August 23 meeting, the Hawaii Board of Agriculture (Board) approved the …

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Governor Ricketts Highlights “Connect Nebraska” Broadband Initiative

Media contacts: Alex Reuss, 402-471-1970 Justin Pinkerman, 402-471-1967 Press release : Governor Ricketts Highlights “Connect Nebraska” Broadband Initiative From left to right: ASL interpreter Kelly Brakenhoff; Dan Watermeier, chairman of the Nebraska Public Service Commission; Governor Ricketts (podium); and Patrick Redmond, National Broadband Coordinator LINCOLN– Today, Governor Pete Ricketts held …

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Challenging Heights calls on government to release capitation grants before schools reopen

Challenging Heights, a child-focused NGO, is calling on the government to release all outstanding capitation grant arrears to state basic schools before they reopen. According to the organization, this will alleviate the frustrations currently faced by principals of fundamental schools. Challenging Heights President James Kofi Annan explained that basic public …

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Indonesia. Protests launched against rising fuel prices | News | DW

Thousands of protesters gathered in cities across Indonesia on Tuesday to demand an end to fuel price hikes. Indonesian President Joko Widodo announced over the weekend that the government would cut fuel subsidies and let prices rise by 30%. This is the first price increase in eight years, and comes …

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State offers $4.5 million grant to tech-focused small businesses

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – State leaders hope to keep your children in Alabama after they graduate from college. Their plan is to give millions of dollars in grants to small businesses. This benefits local business owners who commercialize modern technologies as well as the state’s regional and national economic footprint. …

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Government wants to hear EU plans before agreeing business subsidies | New

Isamaa chairman Helir-Valdor Seeder told ERR the issue was discussed by politicians on Monday. The coalition discussed the party’s proposals to help struggling businesses, but also agreed to look at how other EU countries have acted. “We haven’t made a decision today, but next Monday we will discuss it further. …

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It’s time to admit the injustice towards farmers

Several decades ago, the Agricultural Costs and Prices Commission (ACCP) in its Kharif Crop Pricing Policy Report gave us an insight into how it determines cotton prices for farmers. . If I remember correctly, the report mentioned very clearly that prices for cotton producers were kept at a low level …

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Payday Loan Scams Consumers Should Be Aware Of: Fake Loans, Stolen Information, Fraud

Payday loans in the US are a hugely predatory industry, and now the landscape is getting worse as scammers pose as popular lenders try to scam people. A new Better Business Bureau report on these scammers has shed light on the story of Shirleywho “received a call from a woman …

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Top official ponders rejection of federal funds as districts worry about loss of revenue | New

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s education secretary says it’s time for Oklahomans to have a “robust” discussion about the role federal funds play in local schools and whether the “conditions attached by Washington, DC, politicians are worth it, even as school advocates warn that the gutting of federal funding will devastate …

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Indonesia raises fuel prices by 30% and cuts energy subsidies

Jakarta, Indonesia — Fuel prices rose around 30% across Indonesia on Saturday after the government cut some of the costly subsidies that have kept inflation in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy among the lowest in the world. world. Indonesians have been worried for weeks about an impending increase in the price …

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Angry Australian Customer Calls Cigno Loans

It looks like payday loan company Cigno has another angry customer. “There’s nothing I can do about it, I just have to watch my accounts get taken out,” client Blaise Giuliani said. A topical matter. “I was going through financial issues. My partner and I had just moved to another …

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CHIPS Act Allocates $52 Billion in Subsidies to Revitalize Semiconductor Manufacturing | Coie Perkins

There has been a global shortage of semiconductors throughout the COVID-19 pandemic which has severely disrupted supply chains in many sectors, underscoring, more than ever, that semiconductors are an essential of contemporary life. The Semiconductor and Science Production Incentives Creation Act (the CHIPS Act), which President Biden signed into law …

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$550,000 awarded to Roanoke organizations to fight gun violence | Crime News

Three Roanoke organizations have received combined grants of $550,000 from the U.S. Department of Justice to address the impacts of gun violence in the city. Carilion Clinic, Family Service of Roanoke Valley and Total Action for Progress have each received federal grants, the city announced Thursday. Mayor Sherman Lea said …

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Common Good Vermont Launches Nonprofit Survey of Government Grants and Contracts

Vermont Business Magazine Common Good Vermont announces the launch of a survey of government grants and contracts for Vermont Nonprofits to better understand the experience of nonprofits that contract with or receive state or federal grants. The survey will be open September 1-23 and is open to all 501(c)(3) organizations …

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Pakistan considers options for IMF emergency flood loan

ISLAMABAD: After Pakistan secured the revival of the major bailout deal through a staff-level deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Islamabad is now weighing options to apply for an emergency loan from the financial institution for relief and rescue measures amid the devastating floods that caused damage estimated at …

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Medicaid, CHIP enrollment to streamline under HHS proposed rule

The US Department of Health and Human Services aims to make enrollment in government health care programs easier for low-income children, people with disabilities, and seniors by cutting red tape., according to a proposal announced on Wednesday. The proposed rule, provided first to USA TODAY, takes steps to reduce the …

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NY announces $3.8 million for water and wastewater projects

New York State officials announced $3,852,680 in federal grants for six water and wastewater infrastructure projects in the state’s northern border region. The approved funding for water and wastewater projects was part of $5.8 million the state announced for 12 economic and community development projects. This year, 55 final applications …

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Two tools to track the local and national impacts of the US bailout

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021, specifically the flex dollars it made available to states and local governments through the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF), has marked a generational experience of fiscal federalism. It has not been since the late 1980s that Washington has engaged in …

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Who will struggling households turn to after Britain’s crackdown on payday lenders? | Payday loans

South African entrepreneurs Errol Damelin and Jonty Hurwitz could not have foreseen the impact they would have when they set out to disrupt the 120-year-old payday loan market in 2006. Wonga’s founders set up the company to serve cash-strapped borrowers as the UK headed for economic collapse during the 2008 …

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