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  1. Biden’s relief package also added $300 to weekly unemployment benefits. Bank of America economist Michelle Meyer calculated that for people who earned under $32,000 a year at their previous job, current unemployment aid pays more than their former job did — a reality that could keep up to 1 million people out of the workforce. In addition, higher stock prices and home values might have led up to 1.2 million older Americans to retire earlier than they otherwise would have. (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
  2. That sign is free. That money is chump change for the SNYDER ASSOCIATED COMPANIES, INC. that controls NexTier Bank.
  3. Why is anyone worried about what the sign cost? It is free!
  4. Here is one of the better restaurant operators take on tipping Danny Meyer to Reintroduce Tipping at His Restaurants https://www.foodandwine.com/news/danny-meyer-ends-no-tipping-policy
  5. Money was donated for it. DuBOIS — The DuBois Area School Board, at last week’s meeting, awarded a $81,150 bid to Sekula Signs of DuBois for a new digital sign on Liberty Boulevard. The sign, which is being purchased through COSTARS (Pennsylvania’s cooperative purchasing agreement), will replace the current sign on Liberty Boulevard. The money for the sign has been donated to the district by NexTier Bank, which currently leases the building next to the district Administrative Center on Liberty Boulevard. The new sign will open another avenue of communication
  6. Not every employee wants a living wage. Many only want to work part time. There should be no minimum wage. If employees do not like what I pay then they should look for a different job
  7. The only ones who will be for this will be the Democrats in Congress. Hopefully the moderate Democrats will realize that if they would support this it will cost them their seat.
  8. CDC says to wear a mask outdoors will protect you from ticks.
  9. National media coverage of Braddock rubbed local officials the wrong way, especially given that he was a white newcomer getting credit for saving a majority-Black town. Fetterman and his wife successfully helped open art galleries and restaurants, housing units, and a “free store” that gives away diapers, clothing and other necessities. Some new people came to town. Urban farms sprung up. Fetterman’s wealthy father was critical to the resurgence, too: He funded a local nonprofit run by Fetterman that renovated dilapidated properties and subsidized his son financially—the mayor’s job paid
  10. It is a very bad time to be a police officer. You are expected to be able to judge the mental health of a person who is committing a crime.
  11. YORK COUNTY, S.C. — The gunman who killed five people including a prominent doctor in South Carolina was former NFL player Phillip Adams, who killed himself early Thursday, according to Channel 9 sources who were briefed on the investigation. AP sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly, said Adams’ parents live near the doctor’s home in Rock Hill, and that he had been treated by the doctor. The sources said Adams killed himself after midnight with a .45 caliber weapon.
  12. Trans Athletes Are Posting Victories and Shaking Up Sports Transgender athletes at all levels of sport are winning medals, spurring a contentious debate over the future of gendered competition. In Connecticut, as in more than a dozen other states, high school athletes are allowed to compete in the category that matches their gender identity. According to ADF legal counsel Christiana Holcomb, two transgender athlete Terry Miller and another runner, Andraya Yearwood—“have amassed 15 different state championship titles that were once held by nine different girls across the state.”
  13. The above items you reference were federal government issues. These are state lawmakers in Pennsylvania.
  14. Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), issued a dire warning of a sense of "impending doom" as coronavirus infections and hospitalizations tick up and pleaded with Americans to not let up on mitigation measures. Most of the rise is from locked down states: 14 states: Alabama, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Tennessee, and West Virginia.
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