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Is Georgia a rocking country? Groups spend millions to find out

ATLANTA (AP) – The US Senate run-off in Georgia runs until January 5. But there are already some clear winners. At the state’s most influential television station, WSB in Atlanta, an ad that cost applicants $ 8,000 in July now costs about $ 18,000. In the smaller Savannah market, advertising rates have increased almost twentyfold. With control of the Senate …

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The suspension of the payment of a federal student loan has been extended for another month

Those with student loan debt will receive an additional month of relief as the COVID-19 pandemic worsens, US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVosElizabeth (Betsy) Dee DeVosDeVos hits free college as “socialist take on higher education” The anti-bullying scholarship program offers “Hope” for students and school choices coronavirus MORE said Friday. The pause in the accrual of interest and loan payments, …

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Kentucky Council unanimously rejects request for independent prosecutor in Breona Taylor case

The Kentucky Prosecutors’ Advisory Council unanimously decided on Friday not to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Breona Taylor’s death. The council says it has no legal authority to appoint a prosecutor, although lawyers for Taylor’s family say otherwise. Taylor Palmer, Taylor’s mother, called for the appointment of an independent special prosecutor and a new grand jury in the case …

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Trump-appointed judge refuses to appeal to Sydney Powell, Lynn Wood

Lawyers Sidney Powell and Lynn Wood, who had filed lawsuits in Georgia alleging fraud during the 2020 presidential election, appealed to analyze the state’s Dominion voting machines rejected by a federal judge on Friday. President Donald Trump claims without evidence, among other things, that Dominion Voting Systems voting machines are programmed to turn the votes cast for him to President-elect …

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Some blacks and Latinos continue to hesitate to get Covid-19 – CNN

Some blacks and Latinos continue to hesitate to get Covid-19 CNN vaccine How the rich could create a black market for vaccines in the publication New study finds that once hospitalized, black patients with COVID-19 have a lower risk of death than white patients PRNewswire Some blacks and Latinos are still hesitant to take the vaccine. Here’s what fuels this …

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