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Biden’s social spending program would funnel more money to Nevada

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden’s vast domestic policy package would provide Nevada with affordable housing, expand preschool education to 65,895 children and increase Medicare coverage for 71,000 residents, White House figures released Friday. Biden on Thursday announced a framework for Build Back Better legislation following negotiations with the Moderate and …

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Homeowners Face Biggest Rise in Mortgage Costs Since 2008 | Mortgages

Homeowners face the biggest increase in mortgage costs since the financial crisis, with the amount of interest they pay is expected to rise 13% in 2023, data from the government’s independent forecasting unit suggests. Politicians and analysts grabbed a ‘buried’ table in a report released by the Office for Budget …

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The three Smak restaurants closed in Vancouver

While restaurants have faced neighborhood crime, staff issues and skyrocketing costs, it was the pandemic that changed everything. An innovative local restaurant company focused on providing Vancouver office residents with a healthy, sustainable take-out fare has closed its three locations, citing numerous reasons related to the coronavirus pandemic and inaction …

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Turning a new page: the humble hedge makes a remarkable comeback | Rural affairs

The five-year-old emerald green hawthorn hedge sparkles in the autumn sun. In the apple orchard and the grassy pastures below, young hedges soar towards a fast-flowing trout stream. History has come full circle at Blackmore Farm, nestled at the foot of the Quantocks in Somerset. Owner Ian Dyer remembers helping …

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Coal is back | MoneyWeek

There is a “iron law of electricity,” says Robert Bryce on Forbes. “When forced to choose between dirty electricity and no electricity, people will choose dirty electricity every time. “ Global demand for electricity jumped about 5% in the first half of the year as the pandemic ebbed. Add to …

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Nationwide inflation is pushing up prices and shattering confidence in Tennessee

The widespread and prolonged reach of the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to surprise even the most seasoned observers. A surge in summer inflation pushed consumer goods prices up beyond expectations until the fall, when pandemic-influenced inflation was expected to decline. It has touched everything from appliances, cars …

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Michigan GOP lawmakers pass legislation that would create tax credits for donors giving to scholarship programs

The Republican-led legislature on Tuesday passed bills that would allow private donors and businesses to get tax breaks to pay for children to attend private and religious schools. Fast-track legislation, introduced less than a week ago, would allow individuals and businesses to claim a 100% credit on their income taxes …

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The 8 best personal loan rates for October 2021

Best personal loan rates for October 2021 Average rate of personal loans of the day As of Oct. 18, 2021, the average three-year unsecured personal loan rate was 8.95%, according to S&P Global. Personal loan rates in the past year Personal loan rates have been dropping steadily over the past …

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A Ukrainian oligarch bought a factory in the Midwest and left it to rot. What was really going on?

Then, in 2008 – as the country began to slide completely into the Great Recession – a twenty-something Miami investor named Chaim Schochet showed up. Working on behalf of a company called Optima International, Schochet offered $ 16.75 million for the empty building. Far from Motorola’s investment, but more than …

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Jim Cramer says investors should wait for a pullback before buying

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Thursday he believes investors should wait to buy shares of Dutch Bros. Coffee, the Oregon-based chain that went public a month ago. “When a big company like Dutch Bros has a high profile IPO and the stock is blowing up because people love the product so …

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