ECAP program helps Nebraskanians create the communities they want | Nebraska today

The people of Tilden enter the public library, bundled up against the cold. They greet each other between sips of their thermoses, then take their places. Jordan Grummert-Rasmussen and Amanda Kowalewski, extension educators for Rural Prosperity Nebraska, welcome participants and begin the first meeting of the Entrepreneurial Communities Activation Process …

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PN promises grants and tax exemption for parents of children participating in extracurricular activities

The Nationalist Party is committed to paying an annual grant of 300 euros to parents of students under the age of 18 who participate in extracurricular activities, Bernard Grech said on Tuesday. The party also offers plans that allow parents to have private school and extracurricular expenses deducted from their …

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India is giving inflation room to grow, but it can bite

Indian politicians well understand that elections can be won or lost on onion prices. With only 83 million people in wage jobs in a country of 1.4 billion people, households don’t have much bargaining power over wages to cope with a higher cost of living. What is less appreciated is …

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The 1st public health insurance plan in the United States struggles to gain ground

With prospects for the U.S. adopting a single-payer “Medicare for All” program dim, proponents of health care reform have instead turned to a government-designed insurance plan that could compete with private insurance plans sold on health care exchanges. The idea behind this “public option” is that it could ultimately expand …

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Feds Bolster Mesa’s Desire for a Streetcar | News

youUncle Sam pays nearly a million dollars to help Mesa lay the groundwork for a west side streetcar line. Years will pass before Mesa residents hear the clang-clang-clang of a transportation system the city first envisioned more than a century ago. But the planning has to start somewhere, and a …

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Sell ​​towed trucks to pay for costs of police convoy protest, Ottawa mayor suggests

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson suggests some of the trucks and other vehicles seized by police during a two-day operation to suppress the protest and occupation of the ‘Freedom Convoy’ could be used to pay off part police fees. On Saturday, police had towed 53 vehicles through downtown streets since the …

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Oxfam’s reaction to the outcome of the AU-EU summit on special drawing rights – World

Today, EU countries present at the AU-EU summit have not made concrete commitments to reallocate their share of special drawing rights (SDRs) to low- and middle-income countries. Instead, they simply reiterated the broad voluntary commitment made at the G20 last year. In response, Jeroen Kwakkenbos, Oxfam’s EU aid expert, said: …

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Don’t let the price of college intimidate you – here are 5 ways to fund your education

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! In February, higher education institutions across the country celebrate Financial Aid Awareness Month. The purpose of this commemoration is to educate students and their families on crucial information about federal, state, and institutional student aid. The basic cost of a college degree …

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When grants exceed budget, direct cash transfer may be an option

If 85 million cubic feet (MCF) of imported LNG is added to the national grid every day to meet gas demand in the country, the government subsidy will amount to around Tk 25,000 crore in the current fiscal year alone , which is more than six times the FY22 budget …

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High Court grants applicants time to file reply | Bhopal News

Bhopal/Jabalpur: The State Government, in response to two separate queries regarding the lack of adequate foster homes in the state, has informed a divisional bench of the High Court of Deputies that there are 57 foster homes for home operating statewide. The court, while allowing time for the petitioners to …

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Crisis in China’s real estate industry worsens with no end in sight

(Bloomberg) – Almost exactly a year after China’s housing market debt crunch sparked the first in a wave of developer defaults, the industry is struggling to survive. Home sales continue to plunge and high borrowing costs mean offshore refinancing is not an option for many developers. Global agencies are pulling …

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World finances its own destruction with $1.8 billion in subsidies: study

LONDON – The world must cut US$1.8 trillion (S$2.4 trillion) from annual environmentally-destroying subsidies by 2030 to “fund a net-zero global economy”, a study has found. carried out Thursday, February 17 by groups of companies, in particular that founded by the magnate Richard Branson. The report, estimating the value of …

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Tennessee residency program trains new teachers and fights shortages

As the nation deals with severe shortage of teachers, a new residency program in Tennessee could be a potential solution to the crisis. The one-of-a-kind program allows teacher candidates to work full-time in the classroom while continuing their education – a win for future teachers and schools. One such teacher …

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Catalyst grants support key steps towards sustainability and justice

Five catalyst grants newly awarded by the Graham Sustainability Institute will fund projects designed to advance potential infrastructure solutions in the areas of energy, transportation and the built environment. The projects will facilitate adaptation to climate change, test products aimed at reducing carbon emissions and promote equity and justice in …

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UK police struggle to track down billions in Covid loan fraud

Last month, five members of a Manchester crime gang were jailed for a total of 46 years for their role in an international ‘chop shop’ ring which used government-backed Covid-19 loans to export cars luxury goods stolen in Dubai. During his sentencing, Judge Anthony Cross QC asked the government for …

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USTR says new trade tools are needed to fight China’s state-run trade

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai testifies before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies during a hearing on the proposed fiscal year 2022 budget for the U.S. Representative’s Office at Commerce on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., April 28, 2021. Bill O’Leary/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo Join …

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Manhattan City Commission to see final plans for $47.2 million runway project

MANHATTAN, Kan. (KSNT) — The City of Manhattan Commission is reviewing final plans for a $47.2 million runway reconstruction project at Manhattan Regional Airport. The presentation will take place during its meeting on Tuesday evening. The City of Manhattan is expected to pay $4.4 million for the track. More than …

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Historic funding could transform gun violence prevention efforts. But can smaller groups take it over? | American crime

FFor years, local gun violence prevention programs have struggled to secure long-term funding. The people who care for students on and off US school campuses, sit at the bedside of gunshot wound survivors and hug the families of homicide victims, are rarely paid with dedicated public money. Instead, many groups …

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Russia moves long-range artillery into firing positions; We urge citizens to leave Ukraine immediately

Live updates on the Russian-Ukrainian crisis: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says Russia will attack on February 16 President Volodymyr Zelensky, in an address to the people of Ukraine, which was later posted on Facebook, said he had information that Russia would attack his country on February 16. The comments come …

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Opposing local broadband projects is anti-competitive – New Hampshire Bulletin

Here in Grafton County, we all agree on two things: we live in one of the most beautiful areas in the world and our internet service could be better. A lot of hard work, political capital, and local and federal funding went into improving the latter, culminating in the launch …

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The Guardian’s take on Kids Company: Unfair treatment | Editorial

Anearly seven years after the spectacular collapse of Kids Company, the truth about what happened then is not well known. A Charity Commission report published last week should have clarified things. But by emphasizing a technical finding of ‘mismanagement’, while downplaying the charity’s trustees’ full vindication to the High Court, …

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Loan sharks fuel youth suicide in Amberpet, Hyderabad – The New Indian Express

Through Express press service HYDERABAD: In another incident involving online micro-loan applications, harassment by online loan sharks claimed the life of a youth at Amberpet. M Naresh (28), who worked as a security guard for a private agency, hanged himself at his home, police said. Naresh who was addicted to …

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Power Secretary: “Prepaid metering solution for the scourge of billing and collection…good for nightclubs, consumers”

Prepaid smart meters can play an important role in solving the problem of billing and collection in electricity distribution, the secretary tells Power Alok Kumar. In an interview at Karunjit Singhhe also said that the ministries of electricity, coal and railways were actively working to increase the supply of coal, …

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Nalu Scientific, based in Hawaii, partners with CAEN Technologies

February 12, 2022, 7:03 a.m. HST Dr. Isar Mostafanezhad founded Nalu Scientific in 2016. The Honolulu-based company designs and builds high-end sensors and systems. With decades of combined experience, the team has won several large-scale federal grants. Nalu was named Hawaii’s Most Innovative Company of 2019 by the US Small …

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Canadian judge issues order to stop protesters from blocking US border bridge

Reuters / 07:29 Feb 12, 2022 People erect a tent as truck drivers and supporters continue to block access to the Ambassador Bridge, which connects Detroit and Windsor, to protest coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination mandates, in Windsor , Ontario, Canada February 10, 2022. REUTERS/ Carlos Osori WINDSOR, Ontario – A …

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FWW: VP’s visit to Newark highlights need for additional funding

VP’s visit to Newark highlights need for additional funding The administration’s infrastructure agreement does not fully fund the necessary water solutions Today, Vice President Kamala Harris is in Newark to highlight the city’s response to a lead crisis that has impacted drinking water in New Jersey’s largest city. The visit …

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Nigeria’s debt sustainability in jeopardy, cause for concern, says IMF – Arise News

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said that Nigeria’s debt sustainability is under threat and is causing much concern and long-term unease. The IMF reiterated the need for the Nigerian government to implement fiscal reforms in a timely manner. The IMF Mission Chief for Nigeria, Ms. Jesmin Rahman, said so …

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States get green light to build electric car charging stations, Auto News, ET Auto

Biden has also set a goal of 50% electric vehicle sales by 2030, as part of a broader effort to achieve a zero-emissions economy by 2050. WASHINGTON: States get green light to build nationwide network of electric vehicle charging stations that would place new or upgraded ones every 80 kilometers …

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Australia awards $277,000 for crypto tax reporting software in Country First

Australian crypto accounting and tax advisory firm Kova Tax has received a grant to flesh out its online tax platform This is the first time a grant has been awarded to a crypto tax accounting firm in Australia Australia has awarded a government grant to a Brisbane-based company to build …

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Economic diplomacy: essential mission as Australia’s own BRI gathers pace

hey big spender The first loans granted under the Morrison government’s new program to support the production of vital minerals give another insight into the importance of Australia’s relatively low-profile funding in dealing with Chinese economic influence. Trade Minister Dan Tehan earlier this month announced loans worth $239 million to …

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American companies that failed in China

American companies that failed in China For decades, China has been a top priority for American companies looking to grow. Indeed, the country’s middle class is simply huge, growing from 3.1% to 50.8% of the country’s total population between the years 2000 and 2018. According to Brookings, there are now …

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Coalition seats favored in NSW ‘refresh and renew’ grant funding

The New South Wales government is facing new pork barrel allegations over payments from a tourism fund heavily geared towards coalition-held areas. Proprietary analysis of around seven in 10 grants from the ‘Refresh and Renew’ scheme went to businesses in coalition constituencies, leading Labor to decry ‘clear bias’ in the …

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EU joins flea race with €42 billion bid to rival Asia

The production of semiconductors, also called chips, has become a strategic priority in Europe as in the United States, after the shock of the pandemic which stifled supply – Copyright AFP François WALSCHAERTS Alex Pigman The EU is launching a plan on Tuesday to raise tens of billions of euros …

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Veteran grants announced for Seymour

Mitchell Shire Crs Fiona Stevens and Rhonda Sanderson, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Defense Personnel Andrew Gee, Mayor Bill Chisholm, National Candidate Sam Birrell and Nicholls MP Damian Drum. By Colin MacGillivray FEDERAL Veterans Affairs Minister Andrew Gee visited Seymour on Tuesday last week to announce a $27 million grant …

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Deep renovation grants of more than €25,000 to be offered to households

Grants of more than $25,000 will be offered to individual households to help pay for deep renovations to their homes under the largest home insulation program ever offered in the state. Environment Minister Eamon Ryan will announce details of a new home energy upgrade program for private homes on Tuesday …

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Iain Macwhirter: The cost of living crisis is stabilizing upside down

The default reaction to any initiative from this government is to reject it with contempt. Well, they are conservatives, aren’t they? As everyone knows, the Conservatives are looking after themselves, cutting public spending and lining the pockets of the rich. And so Michael Gove’s leveling program was dismissed by opposition …

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EXPLANATION: What happens to European energy if Russia acts? | Economic news

By CATHY BUSSEWITZ, DAVID McHUGH and MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Fears are growing about what would happen to Europe’s energy supply if Russia were to invade Ukraine and then halt natural gas exports in retaliation for U.S. and European sanctions. The tensions show the risk of …

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County awards $10.6 million to DuPage Foundation to bring ‘lasting change’ through grant program

DuPage County has committed $10.6 million in federal pandemic assistance to establish a nonprofit grant program that will be operated by a Downers Grove-based foundation and will focus on addressing food insecurity and housing, mental health and substance abuse issues. County board members approved an agreement with the DuPage Foundation …

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Muntinlupa LGU grants loans to 200 ‘Muntipreneurs’

Mayor Jaime Fresnedi leads a handover ceremony of loan aid amounting to P4,374,000 for 200 beneficiaries of Tulong Negosyo at Muntinlupa Town Hall. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO The local government of Muntinlupa continues to provide zero-interest loan assistance to micro-entrepreneurs and MSMEs dubbed “Muntipreneurs” in a bid to revive the local economy …

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Lancaster County offers to cancel loans in attempt to lure nurses to mental health crisis center | local government

Nursing is facing a perfect storm of factors that, taken all together, could leave the world short of nearly 5.7 million nurses by 2030, according to Becker’s Hospital Review forecast. In America, the driving factors of this shortage include the baby boomer generation reaching retirement age, an increased need for …

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Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Commercial Vehicles (CV) Market Growth Opportunities Report 2021: Market is expected to reach 1.7 million units by 2030, with growing at a CAGR of 7.9% – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Commercial Vehicle (CV) Growth Opportunities report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The overall volume of commercial vehicles in ASEAN is expected to reach 1.7 million units by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 7.9% between 2020 and 2030. The region …

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“The answer is not to abandon our streets”

Hello. It’s Friday. We’ll look at the strategies President Biden has outlined to help New York City address gun violence. We will also look at the continued fallout from the resignation of former Governor Andrew Cuomo. As President Biden might say, he and Mayor Eric Adams are simpatico. “Mayor Adams, …

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Dominguez points to role of tax advisers in increased government borrowing

FINANCIAL SECRETARY CARLOS G. DOMINGUEZ III The effective value-added tax (VAT) tax rate in 2021 was significantly lower than the posted rate of 12%, reflecting tax avoidance strategies provided by tax advisers, said Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III. He said in a statement on Thursday that reduced tax revenues …

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Sponsored Content: Personal Loans — Why Should You Get One?

A personal loan is usually an unsecured loan, which means you don’t have to post collateral. Thus, the lender will have nothing to seize in the event of default. However, we do not encourage you to default on your personal loans, as this has consequences. One of these consequences affects …

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US House China competition bill to pass this week

The Chinese and American flags are printed on paper in this illustration taken January 27, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, Feb 2 (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday introduced a multibillion-dollar bill aimed at increasing U.S. competitiveness with China …

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Mayor and council brainstorm new grant ideas

Feb. 2 – New Oneonta Mayor Mark Drnek told the city’s city council at its Feb. 1 meeting that he likes to think outside the box when discussing two proposed grant programs the city explore. Drnek introduced the Community Enhancement Initiative, a community grant program that would reimburse residents for …

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The Fiji Times » Kumar on grant abuse

Ownership of schools does not give school management the power to abuse government grants, says Education Minister Premila Kumar. Speaking during her North Division tour, Ms Kumar said she was aware of some schools that were abusing government grants. Ms Kumar said some schools paid for their staff’s meal and …

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Union budget, a pro-development and inclusive budget: Sarbananda Sonowal

Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal hailed the Union budget as a pro-development and inclusive budget which will contribute immensely to the growth of the Indian economy. The Minister also welcomed the special announcement made for the North East region – through the empowerment of the North …

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US to reduce levies on most Canadian lumber producers

The 2006 Canada-US softwood lumber agreement expired in October 2015, without replacement. In the latest round of the trade dispute, Canadian producers have been paying U.S. duties on softwood lumber since April 2017.Christine Muschi/Reuters The U.S. Department of Commerce plans to lower tariffs for most Canadian lumber producers, but raise …

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Colorado’s orphan wells will attract nearly $39 million in federal cleanup aid

Colorado is eligible for $39 million in federal funds to plug orphan oil and gas wells — the first installment of what could total $79 million in cleanup funds for the state — announced today the US Department of the Interior. The money is part of the Biden administration’s infrastructure …

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Transit facilities prove their worth as City Hall decision looms | News, Sports, Jobs

The Trade and Transit Center II at 144 West Third Street. KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette As the city grapples with what to do with the multimillion-dollar solution of the doomed City Hall, Commerce and Transit Centers I and II remain viable options for continued city government operations, according …

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Watch Wayne Rooney go wild after the crisis-hit Rams’ controversial last-minute equalizer

DERBY COUNTY showed they were alive and kicking with a spectacular last-minute comeback to draw with Birmingham City. The Rams were trailing 2-0 until the 87th minute when Luke Plange gave them a lifeline. 3 Krystian Bielik equalized with a last-second header1 credit 3 Derby players celebrate after pulling off …

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How to get help on the Sunshine Coast senior housing waiting list

Q: Another senior got help getting on waiting lists for subsidized housing by contacting the Resource Centre. What does your help look like? Q: Another senior got help getting on waiting lists for subsidized housing by contacting the Resource Centre. What does your help look like?A: When communicating with a …

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Grant program awards pandemic recovery funds to businesses

Pile of dollars, money background Getty Images/iStockphoto More than $6.2 million was recently awarded to Southern Illinois businesses through the latest round of COVID-19 recovery grants. The Back to Business program has set aside $250 million in federal relief funds for businesses hit hard by the pandemic. So far, the …

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Graduates in England face ‘stealth tax hike’ on student loans | Higher Education

Millions of graduates will face higher repayments on their student loans next year after the government announced a ‘stealth tax hike’ which will cost £100 or more a year. A graduate in England earning £30,000 a year will pay an additional £113 in the coming tax year, after Universities Minister …

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Buenos Aires Weather | Reducing Argentina’s $11 billion energy bill is key to new IMF deal

Argentina’s deal with the International Monetary Fund has several unknowns, but one thing is clear: for it to succeed, the government will have to unravel a politically sensitive strategy of spending billions on energy subsidies. Economy Minister Martín Guzmán said on Friday that he had reached an agreement with the …

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Local governments fear being ‘left out’ of new cyber-subsidy scheme

Written by Benjamin Freed January 27, 2022 | STATECOOP While state and local tech officials are still awaiting guidance from the federal government on how a new billion-dollar cybersecurity grant program will work, some local governments are concerned about whether they will benefit. money, government IT experts said Thursday. Alan …

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U.S. crop insurance payments rise sharply as climate change worsens droughts and floods

An aerial view shows agricultural fields as California faces its worst drought since 1977, in Mundo, California, U.S. July 4, 2021. Drone photo taken REUTERS/Aude Guerrucci Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Jan 27 (Reuters) – Insurance payments to U.S. farmers for crops lost to droughts and …

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WV lawmakers have ideas, but few bills, for coalfields

A legislative committee is recommending more than 80 measures to help West Virginia’s depressed coal communities, but has so far only reduced one of them to a bill. Reports recommendations include providing grants to West Virginia communities for infrastructure development; provide high-speed Internet access to all residents of West Virginia; …

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Housing remains a priority for Nelson MP

Housing remains the biggest problem in Nelson’s electorate, says MP Rachel Boyack. “Absolutely No. 1,” she said in an interview with Things before a speech on Wednesday evening at the Rotary Club of Nelson West. An increase in the number of social housing units would help. The Nelson Tasman Housing …

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What to know before borrowing

Payday loans usually come with very high interest rates and are often based on your income. Personal loans are long-term installment loans that generally have lower rates than payday loans. Payday loans are always a worse option than personal loans due to their high rates. Read more stories from Personal …

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Kelly and the legislature are battling economic and political forces over a $4 billion development project

TOPEKA — Time is running out on the Kansas Legislature’s consideration of an extraordinary economic development incentive plan recommended by Governor Laura Kelly to improve prospects for landing a major manufacturer expected to inject 2.5 billions of dollars per year in the state’s economy. Kansas survived a review process that …

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Cap Metro is trying to keep Leander in the transit system by offering infrastructure funding

Photo by Gabriel C. Perez/KUT Tuesday, January 25, 2022 by Nathan Bernier, KUT In a bid to prevent Leander from holding an election on whether to cut ties with the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the regional transportation agency’s board voted unanimously on Monday to sweeten his case with the suburban …

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Alberta funds $10.6 million in community improvements

EDMONTON — Alberta is providing $10.6 million to upgrade or build 88 community facilities for public use across the province. Funding comes from the Community Facilities Enhancement Program (CFEP) which provides matching funding to help non-profit organizations use other sources of funding to upgrade, redevelop, acquire or build community facilities …

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Solving our ongoing school funding crisis

Many Americans seem concerned about this issue. For nearly two decades, when answering an open-ended survey question about the biggest problem facing their local schools, Americans cited insufficient funding. A century ago, this was hardly the case. The school for us and for them In the 1920s, political leaders believed …

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Matanzas: The Rebirth of Cuba’s Abandoned Cultural Center

“It used to be a garage,” Adrián Socorro told me as he opened the large doors of El Garabato, his art studio on Narváez Street, by the San Juan River. “Then, around the time Matanzas was preparing for its 325th anniversary in 2018, the city historian finally approved my plan …

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Holyoke distributes $400,000 in federal rescue funds to businesses

HOLYOKE — Like many businesses, Holyoke Craft Beer has had to improvise during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many. “It was a wild ride, like a roller coaster,” owner Mike Pratt said with a laugh Friday. When the coronavirus first arrived in the spring of 2020, the brewery had to shut down …

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Yes, offer grants to private schools for transition CBC

A new CBC classroom at Ruiga Girls High School in Meru which was inaugurated by Ministry of Education Human Resources Officer Paul Kagira. [Phares Mutembei, Standard] The implementation of competency-based curriculum (CBC) has weathered many storms since it was introduced to replace the old 8-4-4 education system. This was expected, …

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Removal of subsidies: NLC warns that rising fuel prices will affect transport costs and food prices

The Nigerian Labor Congress has warned that the planned removal of fuel subsidies and subsequent increase in fuel prices will affect all aspects of life including transport, cost of food, clothing, housing and others. This was revealed by Mr. Ikechukwu Nwafor, Chairman of the NLC in Ebonyi, in an interview …

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St. Louis aldermen submit capital improvement bonds to April ballot | Politics

ST. LOUIS — City aldermen voted unanimously Friday to seek voter approval to sell up to $50 million in capital improvement bonds in future years. The measure, which is expected to pass on April 5, could provide local matching funds for some federal grants — including those put in place …

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Mauritius will name a metro station after Mahatma Gandhi built with the help of India | Mobility News

The Mauritian government has decided to name one of the country’s main metro stations as Mahatma Gandhi station to thank India for supporting the express metro project, the country’s Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth has said. “I am privileged to inform you that as a token of appreciation for India’s …

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Rep. Axne Introduces Bill to End Taxpayer Subsidies for Prescription Drug Advertising

Yesterday, Representative Cindy Axne (IA-03) introduces common-sense legislation that would end taxpayer subsidies for prescription drug ads directed at U.S. consumers by big pharma. Under current law, drug makers are allowed to deduct advertising costs from federal taxes, which means taxpayer dollars are used to subsidize drug ads. “Iowans are …

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In the wake of Colleyville, Jewish groups renew efforts to double funding for federal security grants

(January 19, 2022 / JNS) Following the January 15 hostage crisis at a Texas synagogue, Jewish organizations in the United States have renewed their push for Congress to double funding for the nonprofit Security Grants Program (NSGP), ensuring that more targeted nonprofit institutions such as synagogues get federal funding. invest …

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Holiday home owners must ‘get back to moral fibre’ on Covid subsidies

The Cornwall Council leader has called on second home owners to ‘get back to their moral fiber’ before applying for grants to support businesses affected by covid. Linda Taylor has confirmed that the authority is withholding covid grants for hosting companies to ensure they go to ‘genuine businesses’. Cornwall Council …

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Palm Bay man sentenced to five years in federal prison for COVID relief fraud and tax evasion | USAO-MDFL

Orlando, Fla. – U.S. District Judge Anne C. Conway today sentenced Johnson W. Eustache to five years in federal prison for wire fraud and aiding and abetting in the preparation of false tax returns. The court also ordered Eustache to forfeit approximately $700,000 seized from multiple bank accounts, as well …

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Spain provides monthly aid to lure young people away from their parents’ homes

MADRID: The Spanish government will pay 250 euros ($284) a month to low-income young people to help them cut the cord in a country where more and more young adults are living with their parents because they cannot afford to to rent. Housing Minister Raquel Sanchez told a press conference …

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Implementation of CBN’s COVID-19 interventions fall short of expectations – MAN

Posted January 18, 2022 The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria says the implementation of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s Covid-19 response funds and other similar federal government initiatives has failed to meet its expectations. It said the various credit facilities and supports reserved for its members as a result of the …

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Volunteer groups stimulated by grants

The Noosa Arts and Crafts Association will get a digital boost, with a $5,000 New Technology Grant. “Noosa has a thriving arts and culture scene, and the long-established Noosa Arts and Crafts Association plays an important role in connecting local artists, developing new skills and producing quality works of art. …

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New Zealand banks reject home loans for spending on Christmas gifts and pets as tougher rules hit | New Zealand

New Zealand banks are rejecting home loans for minor frivolous expenses, including a $187 Kmart Christmas shop and daily drink bought from a convenience store, and money spent on pets or petrol, pushing the government to investigate whether banks are overreacting to new financing rules designed to protect vulnerable borrowers …

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Montana Nursing Homes Face Financial Crisis Months After Federal Relief Funds Halt | State and Region

Comparatively, the base salary of an employed RN is $32 to $41 per hour; the salary for an LPN is $24 to $34 per hour and the base salary for a CNA is $16 to $23 per hour. The salary imbalance has had an impact on morale. Vaughn even had …

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Government funding for students increases as enrollment grows

Students, teachers and support staff will be better supported this year with an additional $204 million in operating and special grants distributed to public school districts across the province. That’s in addition to more than $6. Students, teachers and support staff will be better supported this year with an additional …

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India and Sri Lanka review progress in providing loans worth $1.5 billion | Latest India News

NEW DELHI: India and Sri Lanka on Saturday reviewed progress in providing loans worth a total of $1.5 billion to the island nation for emergency purchases of food, medicine and supplies. fuel to overcome an economic crisis. The matter featured in a virtual meeting between Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and …

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Can we say “no” to fuel subsidies?

Not a single country in the world sets a “fair” price for fossil fuels. The fossil fuel industry benefits from subsidies around the world – $11 million per minute. Subsidies on oil, gas and coal amounted to $5.9 trillion in 2020, and could reach $6.4 trillion in 2025, estimates the …

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Massachusetts to Support Development of Offshore Wind Industry, Additional Offshore Wind Projects, Energy Transmission and Storage | Womble Bond Dickinson

Commonwealth Offshore Wind Industry Investment Program The bill would create a “Commonwealth Offshore Wind Industry Investment Program” administered by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (“Mass CEC”) to develop and promote employment and economic development related to the wind industry. offshore. “Offshore wind companies” participating in the scheme may include entities …

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Economy rebounds above pre-COVID levels for first time, but fears over Omicron hit | Economic news

The UK economy grew stronger than expected in November before the Omicron variant hit, rebounding above pre-pandemic levels for the first time. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said gross domestic product (GDP) rose 0.9% in the month, compared to a rise of just 0.1% in October. Analysts had predicted …

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Knoxville man sentenced to prison for defrauding COVID-19 economic relief programs | USAO-EDTN

Knoxville, Tenn. – On January 13, 2022, James Waylon Howell, 39, of Knoxville was sentenced to 18 months in prison by the Honorable R. Leon Jordan, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee in Knoxville. Howell pleaded guilty to committing more than $150,000 in fraud …

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Ministry tells island town it will host SDF base and US drills

NISHINOOMOTE, Kagoshima Prefecture—The Defense Ministry announced it would build a Self-Defense Force base here to be used for displaced US military exercises, prompting a stunned reaction from the city’s mayor. “The government has decided to choose Mageshima Island not as a candidate site but as an official site for the …

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Proposed $11M science center in Easton for field trips, visitors and research

The association Feeding the Nature Center in Easton on Wednesday night unveiled its ambitious vision for a new attraction for local school groups, residents, researchers and tourists along Bushkill Creek. The science and creativity center is proposed for the former Easton Iron and Metal scrap yard which the city bought …

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RPA shows strong performance in 2021

The Rural Payments Agency paid just under 101,300 eligible claims, totaling £ 1.8bn for farmers in the first month of the payments window which runs from December to June. This total represents 98.3% of claims eligible for the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS), 62.2% of claims for the Countryside Stewardship Scheme …

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Advocates Again Call for Legislation Capping Payday Loan Rates

Angela Espada, executive director of the Indiana Catholic Conference, shares her group’s reasons for supporting legislation that would cap payday loan interest rates. Samantha Horton / IPB News Advocates are once again pushing lawmakers to pass legislation that would cap annual percentage rates for small loans. Hoosiers for Responsible Lending …

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Telugu Desam party criticizes government for failing to form Tax Council

Yanamala Ramakrishnudu said there was a glaring mismatch between budget allocations and government spending on various heads. Yanamala Ramakrishnudu, Politburo member of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), demanded that the government form a state-level “Tax Council” to streamline finances, which were out of control, and also to ensure that budgetary …

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What it will take to save American democracy

And that doesn’t just happen in emerging democracies. Consider, for example, modern Germany. After its hellish descent into tyranny in the 1930s and 1940s, Germany emerged from the war defeated and destroyed, but then reappeared and recreated itself. Today it appears to be an almost supernaturally stable democracy. Angela Merkel …

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Redefining cities in 2022, making federal and financial changes, not just criticizing urban structures

Nations debate issues of climate change and pandemic response among other things, but ultimately it is cities that have the unenviable task of executing the ambitious agendas put in place by national elites. Cities find themselves overwhelmed and crippled to keep these promises because of the following factors. First, the …

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UK to demand £ 4bn more from builders for flammable coatings – BBC

The Grenfell Tower is seen shrouded in scaffolding and covers two years after the tower burned down in London, Britain on June 14, 2019. REUTERS / Hannah McKay Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register now LONDON, Jan. 8 (Reuters) – The UK government will seek an …

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The three years of the PTI government, an economic success: Prime Minister Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Friday that the country was producing 25,000 tonnes of urea per day, which was enough to meet the country’s needs, warning that those involved in creating man-made shortages would be treated severely. He was chairing a meeting to review the demand and supply …

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Council approves measure to give mayor’s office oversight over scholarships

New Orleans City Council voted on Thursday to include the mayor’s office in the process of distributing millions of dollars a year in city education grants from the Harrah’s Casino Fund – money donated to the city by the casino under a rental agreement. While the disbursement process previously involved …

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Spring Creek Wins County’s Largest Lifesaving Grant | Government and politics

ADELLA HARDING Elko Daily Correspondent ELKO – Elko County Commissioners have approved about $ 4.98 million in American Rescue Plan Act grants to six of 21 grant applicants, with the Spring Creek Association receiving the largest share – nearly $ 2 million. dollars. Elko Lions Club receives $ 750,000, Spring …

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The best investments for beginners in 2022

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Agricultural subsidy reform in England aimed at returning the land to nature

Plans to restore land to nature nearly double the size of London over the next two decades will be presented by ministers on Thursday as they review England’s farm subsidies after Brexit. Applications will be open for the first 15 ‘landscape reclamation’ projects – the most ambitious installment of government …

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Managing Director (CEO) position at MHP Salud

To note: This is a position that works remotely with staff across the country, but must reside in one of the following states: Texas Florida Massachusetts Michigan Colorado Washington MHP Hi, a 38-year-old national community health organization, is seeking a Chief Executive Officer (CEO). As an organization 97-99% funded by …

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Coastal protection across South Africa receives $ 1.2 million boost

Projects range from foreshore rip-rap at Moonta Bay as well as a foreshore cladding wall at Smoky Bay, to concept plans and consultation for a marine pool at Hallett Cove. Environment and Water Minister David Speirs said the grants will enable 13 projects worth $ 2.3 million to tackle the …

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NAB, BPAY on Straight Payday Loans Side Eliminating API

NAB, BPAY on Straight Payday Loans Side Eliminating API The earnings overlay solution accesses earnings as they accumulate. With the changing times of the secure cash group needing to maximize their credit cards or withdraw a payday loan at rates above 20%, you can expect to become nominated soon, all …

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New COVID-19 measures could spell the end of thousands of Ontario businesses, CFIB warns

Thousands of small Ontario businesses may not survive the restrictions the province is putting in place this week to slow the spread of COVID-19, a business executive said. Dan Kelly, president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, said the restrictions that go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday …

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Brookings register | Council hears year-end strategic plan report

BROOKINGS – Brookings City Council heard the strategic plan for 2021-2026 at its December 14 meeting. City manager Paul Briseno presented the recently revised plan, which is available as an attachment to the agenda on the city’s website. The Strategic Plan has five points: fiscal responsibility; safe, inclusive and connected; …

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‘There is no more money’: Covid crisis leaves Sri Lanka on the verge of bankruptcy | Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka faces a worsening financial and humanitarian crisis and fears bankruptcy in 2022 as inflation hits record highs, food prices skyrocket and its coffers run low. The collapse facing the government, led by the strongman of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, is in part caused by the immediate impact of the …

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India appeals WTO panel ruling on sugar export subsidies

India has appealed a ruling by the World Trade Organization (WTO) trade dispute settlement panel which ruled that the country’s domestic support measures for sugar and cane were inconsistent with India. global trade standards, an official said. The appeal was filed by India with the WTO Appellate Body, which is …

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President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. approves declaration of major disaster for Colorado

WASHINGTON – FEMA announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of Colorado to complement state and regional recovery efforts in areas affected by the fires of forest and winds in a straight line from December 30, 2021 and continues. The President’s Action makes federal funding …

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654 new cases of Covid in Gujarat; Omicron’s tally exceeds 100

Gujarat reported 654 new cases of Covid-19 on Friday, nearly half of them in the city of Ahmedabad, to 311. The state also reported 16 new cases of Omicron, bringing the total of the new variant to 113. Meanwhile, the state’s Home Office has warned of prosecution of those violating …

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Chelsea consider recall of Emerson Palmieri from Lyon loan to ease injury crisis after Chilwell and James punches

© Getty Images emersonjorginhoitalie06072021A.jpg Chelsea are studying the possibility of recalling Emerson Palmieri from loan to Lyon to ease his injury crisis. Thomas Tuchel wants the Italy international to cover the absence of Ben Chilwell, who will be missing the remainder of the season after suffering anterior cruciate ligament damage. …

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GGRAsia – Macao op SJM confirms 2022 staff living allowance

Macao op SJM confirms 2022 staff living allowance Dec 31 2021 News desk Latest news, Macau, Top of the deck   SJM Resorts SA, the Macau business unit of Hong Kong-listed casino company SJM Holdings Ltd, has announced that it will pay its eligible employees an “annual living subsidy” equivalent …

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FEMA to pay 75% of Marshall Fire costs

BOULDER COUNTY, Colorado (KDVR) – FEMA authorized funding to help fight the Marshall Fire, which within hours became the most destructive blaze in Colorado history. The Federal Emergency Management Agency authorized funding through a Federal Fire Management Assistance Grant. This makes FEMA money available to pay for 75% of the …

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Georgia judge grants stay of federal contractor vaccine mandate injunction

Credit: leolintang / Shutterstock First, it blocked administration federal contractor Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate with a preliminary injunction sought by state governments, including Georgia. Then the same Georgia federal judge stayed that decision, granting a stay requested by the federal government as it appeals the national injunction to the United …

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Federal Government Approves Medicaid Overhaul in California | New policies

By DON THOMPSON, Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – The U.S. government has approved California’s overhaul of the nation’s largest insurance program for low-income and disabled residents, officials said on Wednesday, a move that, among other things, allows the Medicaid money to be spent on housing-related services. as the most …

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NTIA Releases Report Calling for Better Methods of Data Aggregation: Broadband Breakfast

WASHINGTON, October 24, 2021 – Lack of eligibility or errors in proper planning or documentation are common grounds for disqualifying applicants for the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Connecting Minority Communities pilot program, officials said Wednesday and Thursday of the agency. Speaking at webinars for people considering applying for the grants …

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Before Applying for Flood Mitigation Assistance Fund

Eligibility Cost sharing or non-federal twinning Flood Mitigation Assistance Funds can be used for projects that reduce or eliminate the risk of repetitive flood damage to buildings insured by the National Flood Insurance Program, including: Scope of the project Technical assistance Community flood mitigation projects Individual flood mitigation projects Management …

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Households of color have more costly and riskier debt, which hurts their chances of creating wealth

Households of color have more costly and riskier debts getty Household debt is ubiquitous, but some forms of debt are riskier and more expensive than others. These include payday loans, credit cards, and auto loans. They can also include student loans. Households of color are often more likely to owe …

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20 successful years – Reviews

JIN DING / CHINA DAILY Having fulfilled all of its WTO accession commitments, China strives to strengthen the organization’s authority and efficiency It has been 20 years since China joined the World Trade Organization to become its 143rd member. China has fulfilled all of its WTO accession commitments by 2010 …

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