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Dallas County Judge Continues To Urge People To Get Vaccinated – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas County said data from the past three months shows cases are starting to increase, and it is mainly among those who are not vaccinated. “What we’re really seeing is the start of a new wave of the pandemic, but among the unvaccinated,” Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said. According …

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Levin talks about the rise of “American Marxism”: appeals to “people who do not take responsibility for their own lives”

On this week’s “Life, Liberty & Levin” show, host Mark Levin was interviewed by “Fox & Friends Weekend” host Pete Hegseth about his new book “American Marxism” and how whose book serves as a warning about what might happen. President Joe Biden and the Democratic majority in Congress. Levin, former …

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What workers say they need in a job today

In early July, North Carolina job seekers struggling to stay afloat breathed a sigh of relief when Governor Roy Cooper vetoed Senate Bill 116 – a move that would have ended the federal supplement. weekly unemployment rate of $ 300. While we’ve all seen the headlines about an alleged labor …

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County survey, research examines why people still don’t get vaccinated – NBC 7 San Diego

As COVID-19 cases slowly increase in San Diego County – including an increase in Delta variant cases – new research is examining why San Diego people are still not getting vaccinated. “We are seeing about double the number of cases reported about a month ago,” said Dr Wilma Wooten, county …

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California to compensate people forcibly sterilized under eugenics

California Governor Gavin Newsom speaks at the opening of the first federally and state-run community vaccination site during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Los Angeles, California, USA, February 16, 2021. REUTERS / Mike Blake / File photo July 13 (Reuters) – California has agreed to pay reparations to those …

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People Development Software Leadr, Inc. Raises $ 10 Million in Series A Led by Bedrock | Texas

DALLAS, July 12, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Leadr, Inc., a rapidly growing human resources software company, today announced the closing of its Series A funding with a $ 10 million investment round led by Bedrock. The Series A increase also included funding from Leadr’s friends and family, including Leadr’s …

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LA County reports peak of COVID-19 among unvaccinated youth, with 1,094 new cases on Saturday – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported 1,094 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and eight deaths on Saturday, bringing the county’s total to 1,256,515 cases and 24,538 deaths. The department also reports that 83% of all new cases are in people 50 or younger, with …

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Better boating: MNR urges people to wear life jackets and take boating training courses | Sports

Greg Lucas’ father made him wear a life jacket every time they went out on a boat. “He was like a security nut,” Lucas said. “I grew up in Camden and we had accommodation on Wateree Lake. We just didn’t go out on the boat without a life jacket all …

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Montana Redistribution Commission discusses where to allocate jailed people | state

HELENA – The District and Allocation Commission on Thursday held the first of two public hearings setting criteria on how to create state legislative and congressional districts, with a strong focus on how to count people in prison . The commission heard comments from the public on the timing of …

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“I just need my son”: people who disappeared amid protests in Colombia | Colombia

Bbefore 17-year-old Duvan Barros left his home in an underprivileged part of Bogotá to attend a protest against poverty, he asked his mother, Dolores Barros, to make him a fruit juice. She said no, but there would be one waiting for her when she returned. It was June 5, and …

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