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Biden’s Treasury Secretary Says Marijuana Bank ‘Of Course’ Would Make IRS Job Easier

“I’m not saying here that SAFE Banking will magically reduce access to capital issues, but it will help more than the status quo.” By Kaliko Castille, Association of Minority Cannabis Companies SAFE Banking or nothing? That is the question. Over the past few weeks, people who don’t own cannabis plants …

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Black candidate files hairstyling discrimination complaint

A black job seeker who had recently moved to San Diego in hopes of continuing his audiovisual career filed a discrimination complaint this week against an event production company, claiming he saw himself refuse a job only after refusing to cut his hair. The lawsuit, which alleges violations of the …

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Laurence Moloney de Quincy accused of perjury after deaths on construction site

BOSTON – A Quincy construction company owner and one of his employees face charges after two men were killed at a Boston job site earlier this year. Laurence Moloney, 57, of Quincy faces three charges after District Attorney Rachael Rollins said he and an employee – Konstantino Kollias, 35 from …

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Former Virginia Police Officer Sacked Due To Rittenhouse Donation Wants His Job Back | State and regional news

Kyle Rittenhouse enters the courtroom to hear the verdicts of his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Friday. Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges. Sean Krajacic, Kenosha News By the associated press In an exclusive interview with Tucker Carlson after his acquittal, teenager Kyle Rittenhouse said, …

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officer fired after donation from Rittenhouse wants his job back | Virginie News

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) – A former Virginia police officer who was fired after donating to a defense fund for Kyle Rittenhouse wants his job back now that a Wisconsin jury has acquitted the young man on murder charges during protests against police brutality last year. Norfolk officials fired former Police …

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Claire Trevett: Chris Luxon’s first job was to reassure national voters – next is the foul mess of the caucus

November 30, 2021 Christopher Luxon and Nicola Willis are the “reset” that the National Party and New Zealand need. This was the message at Luxon’s first press conference as national leader. OPINION: The jury is still out on whether new boss Christopher Luxon is really the answer to National’s woes. …

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The eternal Xenix box survives, doing a long forgotten job • The Register

Who me ? We have all heard the expression “the best is the enemy of the good”, but we also all introduced this “temporary” solution which ended up being a little more permanent than we had hoped. Welcome to the house of duct tape and prayers: Who, me? Today’s confession …

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California is not the place to quit your job

The “Looking Glass” reflects on economic and real estate trends through two distinct lenses: the “half-full glass” of the optimist and the “half-empty glass” of the pessimist. Buzz: Californians are slow to embrace the “quit your job” trend. Source: State by State JOLT Report (Job Openings and Workforce Rotation) for …

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With extreme gerrymanders locked down, Biden must make preserving democracy a job

It is time for political leaders to step up their game in preserving democracy. Monday, the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, an intergovernmental organization that works to promote and advance electoral processes around the world, Posted the latest warning about the state of democracy in the United States. …

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Says Worker Still at Work, Even at Work-Sponsored Happy Hour | News | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge A recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling said an itinerant salesperson for corporate clothing company Cintas Corporation was still eligible for workers’ compensation after being injured in a car accident following a happy hour hosted by Labor at Tilted Kilt Restaurant in Allentown, PA. 2015. According to Law360, …

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