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In many respects, the southern states of the United States are iconic and historically significant. You might picture alligators and swamps, bluegrass and jazz, beignets, and sweet tea when you picture the South. If you know where to search, you may use the transfer of your electronic benefits (EBT) card to buy a variety of Southern specialties if you get benefits from the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps. Southern Baking cake with pineapple on top. monarch cake coffee cake. Mud pie from Mississippi Cake is featured on the list of goods you may buy with…

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Last year, while Reid Bauer was wrapping up lunch at his middle school in the Atlanta region, an emergency alert started to blare through the hallways. Reid, who was in the sixth grade at the time, had never heard of the “code red” warning before. The Cobb County School District in Marietta, Georgia, had just invested $5 million in a brand-new crisis management agency. The AlertPoint system was marketed by district officials as “state-of-the-art technology” that might protect pupils in the event of a school shooting. On that particular day, however, AlertPoint malfunctioned, sending erroneous alerts to schools throughout one…

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Sunday that judges who “lie under oath” face penalties. Ocasio-Cortez was alluding to Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch, two Supreme Court justices. Despite both voting to overturn Roe v. Wade, two senators said the justices had reassured them that they thought it was the law. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez declared on Sunday that she thought a Supreme Court justice’s lying under oath constituted an “impeachable act.” Sens. Susan Collins and Joe Manchin stated that they believed Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch were misled during their respective confirmation hearings after Roe v. Wade was overturned. The two…

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Even in the middle of 2022, there are still Americans who are unaware that they may be due another $1,400 stimulus check. Fortunately, there is a means to determine if you fall into this category. Who could and could not get a stimulus payment was subject to requirements and restrictions. Federal Stimulus Payments for 2021 American couples filing jointly were limited to a maximum income of $150,000. If your income exceeded the ceiling ($80,000 for single taxpayers and $160,000 for joint filers), the $1,400 checks would phase away. By the end of 2021, over 175 million checks had been written.…

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There’s a reason that this year, so many individuals were urged to file their tax forms electronically. The IRS has been holding onto a sizable backlog of unprocessed returns for several months. The agency still has a lot of work to do even if it is finally making headway. 11 Million Unfiled Returns The good news comes first. More than 143 million tax returns from 2022 have been processed by the IRS, and approximately 98 million refunds totaling $298 billion have already been distributed. But even after the 2022 filing season, the IRS is still dealing with a large backlog. The…

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After demonstrators gathered in downtown Greenville, South Carolina, on Saturday evening to oppose and celebrate the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, six persons were taken into custody. Officers kept an eye on the demonstrations and kept the opposing sides apart, according to a statement from the Greenville Police Department. The department stated that around 100 protestors were initially anticipated for an hour-long rally, but that 400 to 500 individuals showed up and the protest lasted more than an hour. According to the department, officers had to deal with parties trying to cross from one side to the…

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After President Vladimir Putin stated he would transfer nuclear-capable missiles to ally Belarus, Russia launched missiles towards Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, on Sunday for the first time in weeks as combat grinds into its fifth month. The mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko, stated on Telegram that Russian forces had fired rockets “into residences and kindergartens” and that four victims, including a 7-year-old child who was rescued from the wreckage, were sent to hospitals. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba tweeted, “This 7-year-old Ukrainian youngster was sleeping calmly in Kyiv until a Russian cruise missile hit her home.” “More people are…

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Speaking with former President Donald Trump at a rally on Saturday night, U.S. Rep. Mary Miller of Illinois referred to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade as a “win for white life.” According to Miller’s spokeswoman, the Illinois Republican had intended to remark that the judgment was a win for the “right to life.” The way the statement was said didn’t match the disparate impact that women of color will experience as a result of the revocation of abortion rights. With the former president’s support, Miller is vying for reelection in the state’s freshly redrew 15th Congressional…

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