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Representatives Jordan and Buck demand responses from Twitter on ‘systemic point of view discrimination’ against Tories

Republican Representatives Jim Jordan and Ken Buck demanded responses from Twitter on Thursday about what they call “systemic discrimination based on views” against conservatives, arguing that the conduct of the social media giant has become ” more cheeky ”in recent months. Jordan, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, …

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What they are and how to get one

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Truist receives Community Reinvestment Act “Outstanding” rating

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, April 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Truist received the highest possible overall rating of “Outstanding” from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for its most recent Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) review period. “Truist’s Community Development Loans provide capital that has an impact on community and socio-economic needs,” …

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What are off-budget borrowing?

One of the most sought-after details in any Union budget is the level of the budget deficit. It is essentially the gap between what the central government spends and what it earns. In other words, it is the level of the borrowing of the government of the Union. This number …

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Iowa legislative budget work in progress

DES MOINES – A sure harbinger of the adjournment of the 2021 legislative session came on Monday when the Senate Appropriations Committee introduced the first state budget bill – although the end is still weeks away. Committee members approved Senate Study Bill 1256 – a generally uncontroversial bill intended to …

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Should we ease the crushing burden of student debt?

One of President Joe Biden’s first actions was to extend the suspension of student loan payments until October. Biden also supported the cancellation of up to $ 10,000 in student loan debt. Some Democrats, including Senator Elizabeth Warren, have been pushing for forgive even more – up to $ 50,000 …

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