Monthly Archives: January 2022

Johor chief minister to seek Sultan’s consent to dissolve state assembly, paving way for elections

Earlier in the week, Mr Hasni said he had to be careful and sensitive regarding the stability of the Johor state government as the state assembly has a narrow majority. He added that the stability of the Johor state government was a prerequisite for some investors and companies to expand …

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Limitless Wrestling Presents Cut Loose (01/22/22)

Unlimited wrestling starts 2022 with Cut in bulk, a huge spectacle featuring multiple matches for the first time. While it doesn’t seem like it’s possible for Limitless to top the year they’ve had in 2021, they already seem to want to do just that! Cut Loose presented by Limitless Wrestling …

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Kodak Black’s Florida trespassing case dismissed by prosecutors

Florida prosecutors have dismissed a trespassing charge against Kodak Black after the “Zeze” rapper was arrested at the Golden Acres public housing estate in his hometown of Pompano Beach on New Year’s Day. Broward County prosecutors made the decision to dismiss the case Wednesday, Kodak attorney Bradford Cohen confirmed. rolling …

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Bill proposes reform of high-interest payday loans in Kansas

TOPEKA, (KSNT) – Kansans who pay high interest rates for payday loans could see some changes with a new bill that is being introduced. Reverend Annie Ricker, who leads the United Methodist Church in Berryton, is one of many members of community activist organization Topeka Jump calling on lawmakers to …

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City street construction schedules, updates available on new “Paving Jackson” site

JACKSON, MI – Residents of Jackson can now see the city’s progress in “fixing the roads.” The City of Jackson has created a section on his website called “Paving Jackson”, which is designed to inform residents about construction projects. The page includes breakdowns of street projects over the past 20 …

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Topeka JUMP Holds Rally Against Payday Loans

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – With payday lenders able to charge up to 391% interest in the Sunflower State, community leaders have called on Kansas lawmakers to change. Topeka JUMP says community members from local and state organizations came together to demand reform of payday lending practices across the Sunflower State …

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Democrat Voting Rights Debacle: Senate Will Filibuster Bills

Sometimes there is no plan. The big push for Democratic voting rights is headed for a brick wall in the Senate — again. To get their bill past the filibuster, they need all 50 Senate Democrats to support changing the House rules. And the senses. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten …

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BOE sees rates rise in February after latest inflation data

BOE sees rates rise in February after UK inflation data 0822 GMT – Wednesday’s stronger-than-expected UK inflation data is likely to encourage the Bank of England to raise interest rates for a second consecutive meeting in February, but any further rate hikes will be gradual, according to ING. “With inflation …

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Meet Scalex, the Startup Paving the Way for Cryptocurrency Adoption in Africa

Co-founders of Scalex Following the banning of crypto exchanges in several parts of Africa, cryptocurrency users on the continent have migrated to peer-to-peer (P2P) platforms for their input and output needs, remittances funds and other transactions. This reliance on P2P platforms is what Scalex.Africa, a high-level peer-to-peer crypto exchange was …

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Opinion: Will lawmakers in Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama tell us what’s so bad about suffrage?

Martin Luther King would have been 93 on Saturday if he hadn’t been killed by a sniper’s bullet on April 23, 1968, while standing on the balcony of a motel in Memphis. No doubt King, who in 1964 won the Nobel Peace Prize for advancing racial equality and social justice, …

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