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Tax Reform Seen as Key for Equitable COVID Recovery

As Congress struggles to pass legislation to boost recovery from the pandemic's economic fallout, tax experts are urging lawmakers to invest in policies that benefit working families by taxing the rich.

Students Who Left College During COVID Can Still Earn Associate’s Degree

A new Colorado law will offer a pathway for thousands of students who have completed significant course work at public colleges and universities to receive an associate's degree.

From Status Quo to Policy Victories, Groups Review Special Session

Minnesota has a new budget in place, after lawmakers finished a marathon special session as their deadline expired.

Report: Digital Wallets Becoming Favorite Target for Online Scammers

During the pandemic, many Arizonans began using peer-to-peer payment apps - also called digital wallets - to pay for goods and services or their share of a dinner bill.

Create Your Florida Keys Dream Vacation with KeysCaribbean’s ‘Advance Purchase Rate Discount’ Special Offer

KeysCaribbean Vacation Home Rentals is featuring an outstanding special offer that allows visitors to the Florida Keys to receive an "Advance Purchase Rate Discount"

Groups Urge MA Residents to Get Tested for HIV, Work to End Stigma

This Sunday is National HIV Testing Day, when people are urged to find out their HIV status and work to end the stigma around HIV and AIDS.

Constructive Voices Podcast: How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing The US Construction Industry

Recognizing that the US construction industry is an important cog in the wheel to help boost the recovery of the economy post-COVID

Report Suggests Gains in Child Well-Being Could be Temporary

An annual report on child well-being underscores the need in Florida for specific action to repair the damage caused by the pandemic.

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Beyond Olympics, USA Wheelchair Football Inspires Adaptive Athletes

Move United's USA Wheelchair Football League is expanding from four cities to nine, including Tampa
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Tax Reform Seen as Key for Equitable COVID Recovery

As Congress struggles to pass legislation to boost recovery from the pandemic's economic fallout, tax experts are urging lawmakers to invest in policies that benefit working families by taxing the rich.

Mistakes to Avoid while Buying Property in Medellin Real Estate

However, you need to keep some things in mind before you enter the Medellin real estate market.

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Beyond Olympics, USA Wheelchair Football Inspires Adaptive Athletes

Move United's USA Wheelchair Football League is expanding from four cities to nine, including Tampa

Tax Reform Seen as Key for Equitable COVID Recovery

As Congress struggles to pass legislation to boost recovery from the pandemic's economic fallout, tax experts are urging lawmakers to invest in policies that benefit working families by taxing the rich.