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State of The State:  Whitmer Pledges to “Fix The Damn Road Ahead”

State of The State: Whitmer Pledges to “Fix The Damn Road Ahead”

Photo:  Getty LANSING, January 27, 2021 ~ Governor Gretchen Whitmer delivered her State of The State address Wednesday, offering a theme that promises to “fix the damn road ahead.”  In a downsized and brief 25-minute address, the Governor overviewed her multi-billion-dollar COVID-19 relief plan, which focuses on increased vaccine distribution, getting kids back in schools,…

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Join Ann Thomas and Luanne Thomas Ewald for a spotlight show on women who are leading the way in business, civics, and humanity.  Monthly shows offer insight on guest accomplishments, with background that is sure to inspire the rise of our next generation.  Find their empowering stories here! MEET THE 2021 “WOMEN WHO LEAD” HONOREES: “Women…

Biden Battling Pandemic Amidst Trump Impeachment

Biden Battling Pandemic Amidst Trump Impeachment

Photo:  Mark Makela / Getty WASHINGTON DC, January 26, 2021 ~ President Biden held a news conference Monday afternoon to deliver remarks and sign an executive order aimed at strengthening American manufacturing.  What followed was a slew of reporter questions about the pandemic, President Trump’s impeachment trial, and the lagging pace of his Cabinet confirmations. …

CEOs stepped up during the Trump era. They’re not off the hook

CEOs stepped up during the Trump era. They’re not off the hook

During the Trump era, many business leaders came to an uncomfortable conclusion: They could no longer afford to stay in their lanes, speaking out only on issues that directly affected their companies’ bottom lines. Filling a perceived moral vacuum in Washington, CEOs warned of threats to democracy and announced commitments aimed at addressing racial inequity.…

7 strategies for truly restorative rest

7 strategies for truly restorative rest

Many people suffer from a chronic sleep deficit, and that was the case even before the pandemic hit — bringing with it stress, fear and anxiety. A third of us get fewer than seven hours of shut-eye a night, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — and that’s before you factor…

A pandemic playbook for a new year

A pandemic playbook for a new year

It has been more than one year since the first reported case of Covid-19 in the United States — a day that changed our country forever. The arrival of the novel coronavirus on our doorstep continues to challenge our public health officials, scientists, health care workers and, frankly, the American public, to go above and…

Spending more on DoorDash and UberEats? This fee may be why

Spending more on DoorDash and UberEats? This fee may be why

Late last year, some DoorDash customers started getting hit with a puzzling new fee on their order total just before checkout. The extra roughly $1 to $2 charge was labeled by city. Some people got a “Denver” fee, others a “Chicago” one. Across the country, people who ordered delivery through the service were charged more,…

UK should cut its 12-week delay between vaccine doses, doctors group says

UK should cut its 12-week delay between vaccine doses, doctors group says

The UK’s decision to wait up to 12 weeks before giving people their second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine should be scrapped, senior doctors have said, reigniting a debate over the British government’s unorthodox inoculation strategy. Britain is prioritizing giving more of its most at-risk citizens a first dose of a vaccine, and has…

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