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State worker union sues Lombardo over vetoed arbitration bill
Arbitration

State worker union sues Lombardo over vetoed arbitration bill

AFSCME, a major government employee union, announced late Tuesday that it sued Gov. Joe Lombardo in state district court over his veto of a bill that would have funded a pay increase awarded to state workers as part of a 2021 arbitration agreement.  The group, one of the largest unions representing state workers in Nevada, […]

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Coronavirus daily news updates, May 9: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world
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Coronavirus daily news updates, May 9: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world

Editor’s note: This is a live account of COVID-19 updates from Monday, May 9, as the day unfolded. It is no longer being updated. Click here to see all the most recent news about the pandemic, and click here to find additional resources. The U.S. death toll from the pandemic will hit 1 million this […]

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Lifestyle influencer sued by Texas state for bogus meal plans | Texas
Lifestyle

Lifestyle influencer sued by Texas state for bogus meal plans | Texas

Brittany Dawn Davis, a fitness and Christianity influencer from Fort Worth, is being sued by the state of Texas for promising her followers personalized exercise and nutrition plans that never materialized. Davis’s website promised unsuspecting clients that her Brittany Dawn Fitness (BDF) crew would be with them “every step of the way”, but instead her […]

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Gov. Noem’s proposed campground in Custer State Park rankles business owners, lawmakers | Business
Business

Gov. Noem’s proposed campground in Custer State Park rankles business owners, lawmakers | Business

Tanya Manus Journal staff South Dakota touts itself as a business-friendly state. That enticed Steve Saint to relocate from Colorado to buy Fort WeLikIt Family Campground in Custer. Now, however, he is frustrated with Gov. Kristi Noem’s proposed campsite in Custer State Park that would compete with him and other private campground owners in the […]

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Lifestyle Changes by Dr. Janine Darby Proves Virtual Wellness Programs are the Solution for Maintaining Physical Health and Creating a Culture of Caring Amongst Virtual Workforces | State
Lifestyle

Lifestyle Changes by Dr. Janine Darby Proves Virtual Wellness Programs are the Solution for Maintaining Physical Health and Creating a Culture of Caring Amongst Virtual Workforces | State

PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As the coronavirus continues to create the need for a virtual workforce, companies are challenged to ensure a culture of caring and camaraderie through added benefits that help employees stay healthy and grow closer as a team. Lifestyle Changes by Dr. Darby addresses this need with corporate wellness programs […]

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Live updates: Australia state has 2nd day of high caseload
Travel

Live updates: Australia state has 2nd day of high caseload

SYDNEY — Australia’s New South Wales state is reporting more than 5,000 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours for the… SYDNEY — Australia’s New South Wales state is reporting more than 5,000 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours for the second straight day as the state and federal governments roll out measures meant to curb […]

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Advantage Victoria? Host state won’t seek permits for unvaccinated Australian Open players
Travel

Advantage Victoria? Host state won’t seek permits for unvaccinated Australian Open players

MELBOURNE, Oct 27 (Reuters) – The world’s best tennis players look to be caught in the middle of a simmering standoff between the Australian government and the host state for January’s Australian Open after Victoria’s premier said he would not apply for permits to allow unvaccinated athletes to enter the country. Daniel Andrews drew his […]

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Australia’s Victoria state records second-highest daily rise in virus cases
Travel

Australia’s Victoria state records second-highest daily rise in virus cases

A woman wearing a protective face mask walks along a deserted city bridge during morning commute hours on the first day of a lockdown as the state of Victoria looks to curb the spread of a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Melbourne, Australia, July 16, 2021. REUTERS/Sandra Sanders//File Photo MELBOURNE, Sept 26 (Reuters) – Australia’s […]

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