Partisan politics injects errors into the discrimination debate

Wichita Town Hall Wichita eagle The Sedgwick County Republican and Democratic parties have joined the debate on a proposed ordinance to ban discrimination within Wichita city limits, but both parties have provided inaccurate information to their constituents. The Republican missive, a party email and fundraising appeal opposing the ordinance, confuses …

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Robeson County towns plan July 4th celebrations

June 25, 2021 As the United States intensified its efforts during World War II in the early 1940s, Fort Bragg became the largest military post in the country, accommodating 60,000 troops. But lesser-known military training was taking place about 40 miles southwest of Fort Bragg, in what is now Laurinburg-Maxton …

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CEO Selected for Affordable Pet Care Organization

Jennifer Barker succeeds Rob Levine, who announced his intention to retire earlier this year. JACKSONVILLE, Fla – The Board of Directors of First Coast No More Homeless Pets has unanimously elected Jennifer Barker as Executive Director. Barker succeeds Rob Levine, who announced his intention to retire earlier this year. Levine …

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Broome County Regional Farmers Market turns 5 | WIVT

BINGHAMTON, NY – A popular Saturday destination in Broome County celebrates its birthday. The Broome County Regional Farmers Market recognized 5 years of success and growth throughout the month. The market began in 2016 as a collaboration between the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County and the Broome County Government; …

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Germany-Based Fintech Companies Raisin and Deposit Solutions Merge Their Activities to Form B2C Savings Company

Fintech companies based in Germany Grape and Deposit solutions have decided to merge their activities in order to create a new company in the business-to-consumer or B2C savings sector. Deposit solutions Currently operates deposit markets for more than 150 partners, such as large institutions, including Deutsche Bank, and links them …

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Window on Pasco | New

Petco Love chooses Pasco Animal Services for a grant of $ 25,000 Petco Love recently awarded Pasco County Animal Services a $ 25,000 grant to benefit the county’s pet population. PCAS will partner with the Humane Society of Pasco County and the SPCA Suncoast to use the money to spay …

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Myths that undermine racial equity in the workplace

More than a year has passed since many business leaders made bold commitments to diversity, equity and inclusion. Like many other executives, I have invested a considerable amount of time listening to professionals within my organization and outside to understand their experiences at work and in the world, and what …

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Fight bank fraud with Active Defense

How a new strategy gives banks the upper hand over bad actors by increasing the cost and complexity of online fraud The cat-and-mouse game between banks and bad actors is finally about to change for good. Financial institutions have historically been left behind in the fight against fraud, mostly left …

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Clean energy is not party policy

Anyone who wants to say that clean energy is a Democrats problem or a partisan problem is wrong. Fundamentally, clean energy is about harnessing indigenous renewable resources to produce real benefits for consumers – more affordable electricity, more choice, cleaner air, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions to name. only a …

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Mexican unaccompanied children sent home | WIVT

WASHINGTON, DC – The Biden administration says unaccompanied migrant children seeking asylum are admitted to the United States and are being properly cared for. However, as Alexandra Limon of NewsChannel 34 shows us, there is a group of unaccompanied children who are excluded and almost all returned to their countries …

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David C. DeLauder | Bon Pasteur funeral home

DAVID C. DeLAUDER passed away on June 15, 2021, at the age of 57. He leaves this terrestrial world too soon. An accomplished chef, David’s love for food and its preparation was his way of expressing his love to his family and friends. His hospitality and generosity were beyond measure. …

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Robert (Bob) L. McGinty | News, Sports, Jobs

Robert (Bob) L. McGinty GLADSTONE – Robert (Bob) L. McGinty, 83, of Gladstone, passed away on Sunday March 7, 2021 at the Lakeview Memory Care Center in Gladstone, surrounded by his family. Robert was born January 25, 1938 in Flint, Michigan, son of Edward and Lilah (Ferguson) McGinty. He graduated …

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Hamas leader meets with party leaders visiting Morocco

RABAT, June 17 (Reuters) – Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh will meet Morocco’s main opposition party on Thursday as part of a visit aimed at boosting support for the Palestinian cause despite the country’s recent diplomatic deal with Israel. Haniyeh arrived in Morocco on Wednesday and met with the Islamist PJD, …

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Lemonade Day National Youth Entrepreneurship Organization Announces Nicole Cassier-Mason as New CEO

HOUSTON – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Lemonade day announced today that Nicole Cassier-Mason was appointed general manager. Lemonade Day is a non-profit youth entrepreneurship organization that helps prepare young people for life and prepares them to become forward-thinking leaders and citizens of tomorrow through fun and experiential programs. Cassier-Mason joined Lemonade Day …

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What do you need to open a business bank account?

As a small business owner, it is important to separate your business and personal banking operations so that you can monitor the profitability of your business and avoid mixing up transactions. With a corporate bank account, you can help protect yourself and your business. Before opening one, make sure you …

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Anne Marie Forbes appointed Vice President of Development

The Charlotte Symphony will welcome Anne Marie Forbes as Vice President of Development effective July 6, 2021. As Vice President of Development of the CSO, Forbes will be responsible for all fundraising and development activities and helping forge new relationships to strengthen the visibility, impact and financial resources of the …

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City cruise to speed up on Saturday

June 08, 2021 While COVID-19 travel restrictions prevented most international fans from attending the Mount Airy Bluegrass and Old Time Fiddler convention over the weekend, many fans across the United States were more than happy to see the event will return after a forced interruption by the pandemic last year. …

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Parties can escape sanctions against fake pollsters

Political parties are likely to escape punishment for posing as bogus pollsters because the state’s ethics watchdog says it lacks the power to investigate Controversy. The Public Service Standards Commission (Sipo) said it could not comment directly on parties asking their members to misrepresent themselves as researchers. Almost a week …

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American Express Company (NYSE: AXP) – American Express implements small business plans with kabbat verification

What happened: American Express (NYSE: AXP) announced the launch of its first small business checking account, Kabbage Checking. The development comes shortly after the company acquired cabbage, an online fintech lender. Thanks to the Kabbage team and its full line of fintech, data platform and IP products, American Express’s new …

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SCC offers 2 new ways to become a teacher

June 01, 2021 After a tumultuous 2020 where COVID-19 disrupted both classroom teaching and graduation exercises, hundreds of seniors have returned to normalcy in recent days through ceremonies celebrating both their accomplishments academics and the fight against the pandemic. Still, the coronavirus has loomed over proceedings held at various Surry …

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Lucky 13: Times wins Pulitzer Prize

Tampa Bay Times reporter Kathleen McGrory, center, addresses Poynter to current and former Times staff on Friday at a Pulitzer Prize celebration she won with her reporting partner Neil Bedi DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Time Current and former Tampa Bay Times staff members toast Kathleen McGrory and Neil Bedi at …

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The polls, a deeply troubling episode for the holidays

There is something distinctly troubling about the fact that political parties admit to deceiving voters on their doorsteps and shrug their shoulders, saying that “everyone was there.” Asking the electorate to trust politicians to run the country, when parties cannot be trusted to tell households the truth, illustrates why leaders …

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Six Things Alabamians Love More Than COVID Vaccines

COVID vaccines are a pretty painful subject these days, and that doesn’t just refer to pain at the injection site. Alabamians in particular don’t seem overly fond of vaccines – less than 30% of the state’s population is fully vaccinated, according to the Centers for Disaster Control and Prevention. Only …

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