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Vineyards hope warmer weather will bring recovery from pandemic

SPRINGFIELD – Illinois wineries and vineyards are hoping for a strong recovery after more than a year of widespread disruption caused by the pandemic. Wineries and vineyards have faced significant drops in income as costs skyrocket as they seek to comply with complex health and safety regulations, including investing in …

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Biden administration expands SME loan program

President Joe Biden has extended the period during which small businesses must apply for loans to offset costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Bloomberg, Biden signed the legislation in a short ceremony Tuesday, March 30, calling it a bipartisan effort that gives businesses two extra months – from …

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RBA review could look for ways to avoid next crisis

As Australia plans its economic recovery from the pandemic, public attention naturally focuses on politicians, but this week the Herald also felt it was equally important to highlight the policies of the Reserve Bank of Australia. As we reported on Tuesday, the fictitious treasurer Jim Chalmers has joined a growing …

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Companies supported by a tax relief program | New

BOSTON – Businesses facing double-digit increases in unemployment insurance and federal disaster loan taxes are now breathing a sigh of relief. $ 350 million pandemic relief program, signed by Gov. Charlie Baker last Thursday, rolls back unemployment insurance rate increases for businesses, rolls back state taxes on federal protection program …

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Democrats, unions ignore plight of unbridled professors

Democrats project the public image of standing up for the little guy, favoring unions and workers over management, promoting equality and fairness, and condemning discrimination and systemic racism. But good intentions can be deflected when the so-called good guys fuel inequity and discrimination. While Democrats have touted colleges as engines …

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