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Since Americans returned from WWII, inflation hasn’t run through the economy like it is now

Construction of residential single-family homes by KB Home is shown under construction in the community of Valley Center, California, United States, June 3, 2021. Mike Blake | Reuters Since Americans returned from World War II, inflation has not penetrated the US economy as it is now, and it may continue …

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New offshore wind farm could deliver massive clean energy results as a first step for niche industry

Developers have started construction of a large offshore wind farm in Massachusetts, say officials will deliver massive carbon emissions reduction results and launch similar projects as lawmakers and owners take a closer look at carbon neutrality . Officials say an upcoming offshore wind farm in Massachusetts can provide clean energy …

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‘It’s an attack on human rights’: UK nursing homes still deny residents family visits | Older people

Dozens of care homes are still denying people access to their loved ones aged 20 months after the start of the pandemic, support groups say. Although ministers have urged nursing homes to allow loved ones to visit, groups such as the Parents & Residents Association and Unlock Care Homes say …

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Hostility to the real estate private equity push is wrong

20 November 2021 “VOUTSIDE ULTURESRead one of the many placards held up by young demonstrators at a recent rally in Dublin. The cause of their anger was skyrocketing rents in the Irish capital, pushed up as the fastest growing house prices in years made renting more attractive. The feeling is …

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How much does it take to rent an apartment in Albuquerque?

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – People looking to rent an apartment say prices are rising fast. Now new numbers are supporting them. New data from the Apartment List website shows that 2021 has seen some of the fastest growing apartment rentals across the country, including in Albuquerque. “Definitely very surprised at …

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Will real estate ever return to normal?

Then there was a 35-year-old technician in Long Beach, Calif., Who bought a house in Round Rock for $ 300,000 last October. In January 2021, it was worth around $ 400,000; in February, he bought two more. His winning offers were two of the dozen that his real estate agent, …

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Germany reflects on new COVID-19 measures as infections rise

BERLIN (AP) – Germany on Thursday reported a record number of more than 50,000 daily coronavirus cases as lawmakers mulled legislation that would pave the way for new measures against coronaviruses. The Robert Koch Institute, Germany’s national center for disease control, recorded 50,196 new cases, up from 33,949 daily cases …

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England to demand NHS workers to be vaccinated by April

All frontline health workers in England will need to be vaccinated against Covid-19 by next spring to keep their jobs, Britain’s Health Secretary said on Tuesday, a move that employers and unions say could exacerbate staff shortages. “We need to avoid preventable damage and protect NHS patients, protect NHS colleagues …

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What the COVID-19 vaccine mandates mean for people with IDD

Florida resident gets vaccinated at drive-thru site. (Joe Burbank / Orlando Sentinel / TNS) The Biden administration’s new general rules requiring millions of American workers to receive COVID-19 vaccines will apply to many of those who support people with developmental disabilities. Federal officials unveiled details of two rules late last …

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