Biden listened to the hearing aids

Senator Elizabeth Warren talks about changes to the law that will allow pharmacists to sell over-the-counter hearing aids in Urbandale, Iowa, December 28, 2019. Photo: Jack Kurtz / Zuma Press There aren’t many things President Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren, and Donald Trump agree on, but here’s one: removing regulatory barriers …

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5 Moaty Canadian Dividend Stocks

It’s one thing to get a decent dividend, but quite another to get a sustainable dividend – and yet another to have one that grows. There are actions that tick all the boxes, right here in Canada. There are five known names, which are established entities that can do what …

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The bill on digital regulation, a double-edged sword

An online shopper browses products on an e-commerce platform in Thailand. (Photo: Varuth Hirunyatheb) A draft royal decree intended to regulate digital platforms providing services in Thailand has drawn criticism among legal and technology experts that it is impractical against strict requirements. The Agency for the Development of Electronic Transactions …

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Why companies give employees early access to their paychecks

“I got a slap in the face and had little money. It wasn’t payday yet,” said the 72-year-old Oklahoma resident. “It’s not like it’s optional. It’s not a luxury item that you can choose to buy or not. You have to buy it.” To cover unforeseen expenses, Lawrence was able …

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The next price move for Polkadot is unclear at this point

As seen from last month Launch of the Kusama parachaine, the development of Spotted (CCC:DOT-USD) keep moving on. So why does the price of its native token keep falling? After appearing to find its bottom at around $ 20, it has since retreated even further. Today he’s changing hands for …

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“Ohio’s at breaking point” and in need of a break

Growing up near Youngstown, my mother raised my brother and I working as an office worker. After school, we often walked to my grandparents for a home cooked meal. Everyone we knew worked hard, but there was still time for Sunday family dinner, religious holidays, family picnics, and high school …

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US considers “additional options” to anticipate resurgence of terrorist groups in Afghanistan, says John Kirby

The United States is “keenly” and “energetically” seeking “additional options” to combat the threat of future terrorist havens in Afghanistan, Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said. said during an appearance on Fox News on Sunday. Why is this important: As President Biden sets August 31 as the deadline for ending …

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Israel Offers Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Recalls to At-Risk Adults

Israel announced on Sunday that it would begin offering a booster shot of Pfizer Inc’s vaccine to adults with weakened immune systems, but it was still wondering whether a third set of injections should be given to the general public. The rapid spread of the Delta variant has boosted vaccination …

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Buenos Aires Hours | Is Facebook a monopoly? Some ideas to help the FTC …

There has been a flurry of reports lately regarding a recent ruling by U.S. District Judge Jeb Boasberg dismissing the Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust complaint against Facebook. Indeed, the initial coverage by the main news organizations such as The New York Times and The Washington Post described it as a …

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FCC considers cell phone blocking options for US state prisons

By MEG KINNARDThe Associated Press COLUMBIA – Federal regulators plan to allow state prisons across the country more technological options to tackle contraband cellphones, which prison officials have long posed as the greatest security threat behind bars. The Federal Communications Commission plans on Tuesday to discuss “take action to combat …

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