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Georgia attorney general steps down from Republican AGs group under fire for robocall

Hastings Tribune 23 Apr 2021
"The fundamental difference of opinion began with vastly opposite views of the significance of the events of January 6 and the resistance by some to accepting the resignation of the executive director," Carr wrote in the April 16 letter obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ... (c)2021 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Atlanta, Ga.).
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GOP AGs group promotes operative behind robocalls urging march to Capitol

Atlanta Journal 23 Apr 2021
“The fundamental difference of opinion began with vastly opposite views of the significance of the events of January 6 and the resistance by some to accepting the resignation of the executive director,” Carr wrote in the April 16 letter obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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Paige Windsor named new leader of Montgomery Advertiser

Tuscaloosa News 23 Apr 2021
Veteran newsroom leader and Auburn University alumna Paige Windsor has been named executive editor of the Montgomery Advertiser, as well as the Alabama state editor for parent company Gannett, a job that includes oversight of the Gadsden Times and the Tuscaloosa News.
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The Readers' Forum: Friday letters

Winston-Salem Journal 23 Apr 2021
The Winston-Salem Journal continues to be an indispensable source of information during this unsettling disruption of our lives ... There have been executive orders from Gov ... The Journal also keeps us informed of the crucial medical services necessary in our management of this pandemic ... I thank the Journal for this valuable service.
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Jobs are make-or-break argument for Biden in climate plan

Bennington Banner 23 Apr 2021
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is bringing out the billionaires, the CEOs and the union executives Friday to help sell ... Quality local journalism needs your support.
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Lancaster County reports 45 new cases of COVID-19

Lincoln Journal Star 23 Apr 2021
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STN Online Video Platform helps Las Vegas Review Journal Increase Video Revenue by 536% in ...

The Record 22 Apr 2021
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Noem issues executive order banning vaccine passports in South Dakota

Lincoln Journal Star 22 Apr 2021
Abby Wargo Rapid City Journal ... Kristi Noem issued an executive order Tuesday preemptively banning federal government-mandated vaccine passports in South Dakota ... The governors of Florida, Texas, Montana, Idaho, Arizona and Utah have also issued executive orders against vaccine passport systems, citing government overreach and privacy violations.
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Credit Suisse amassed $20b in exposure to Archegos — WSJ

Manila Standard Today 22 Apr 2021
WASHINGTON—Credit Suisse racked up more than $20 billion in exposure to Archegos-related investments, the Wall Street Journal reported late Wednesday, and the Swiss bank’s executives were only told days before the US hedge fund’s implosion.
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Credit Suisse ran up $20 billion exposure to Archegos: report

The Jakarta Post 22 Apr 2021
Credit Suisse racked up more than $20 billion in exposure to Archegos-related investments, the Wall Street Journal reported late Wednesday, and the Swiss bank's executives were only told days before the US hedge fund's implosion. "Credit Suisse Chief Executive Thomas ...
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GOP Attorneys General Association promotes operative behind robocalls urging march to Capitol

Democratic Underground 22 Apr 2021
“The fundamental difference of opinion began with vastly opposite views of the significance of the events of January 6 and the resistance by some to accepting the resignation of the executive director,” Carr wrote in the April 16 letter obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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Bilbao told by UEFA it's been dropped as Euro 2020 host

Finger Lakes Times 22 Apr 2021
MADRID (AP) — The Spanish city of Bilbao has been dropped by UEFA as a host for the upcoming European Championship, local authorities said Wednesday ... Featured Content ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal. UEFA' executive committee is expected to make its final decision on Friday ... .
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Hilary Duff to star in How I Met Your Mother sequel series for Hulu

Wahpeton Daily News 22 Apr 2021
‘How I Met Your Father’ is being developed by ‘This Is Us’ co-showrunners and ‘Love, Victor’ co-creators Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, who serve as writers and executive producers on the news series. Original series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas are also onboard as executive producers ... Support Local Journalism.
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Living with mom and dad leads to drop in college student drinking during pandemic, UNL ...

Lincoln Journal Star 22 Apr 2021
The study was published in an academic journal in March and showed that the influx of students moving back in with their parents contributed to a substantial drop in college students’ alcohol use ... FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star FRANCIS GARDLER ... GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star.
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Gov. Noem asks state athletic commission to rescind vaccine requirement

Rapid City Journal 22 Apr 2021
Associated Press. PIERRE . Gov ... Support Local Journalism ... Noem said her request is under the authority of her latest executive order banning government-instituted vaccine passports, the Argus Leader reported ... Noem’s executive order does not apply to private businesses, with the exception of nursing homes and long-term care facilities ... ....
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