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PANDEMIC: Virus swamps federal plan to cut disaster aid for states

The Biden administration is likely to delay its plan to cut federal disaster aid to states until the coronavirus pandemic is under control and state finances are improving, a former head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency told E&E News.

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Less than 5% of green homes grant budget paid out, Labour reveals

Labour is calling for the government’s green homes grant scheme to be extended by at least a year after revealing that less than 5% of the allocated budget has been given to householders. Nearly five months in, only £71m of…

Politics

UK respond to economic crisis 1945-style reboot says new CBI chief Daneker

Britain needs an economic strategy for the next decade to match the ambition of the 1945 postwar recovery as the country emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic, the new head of the CBI said. In his first keynote speech as director…

Politics

Will the First Amendment Die in the Aftermath of January 6?

I have gone about a week now without even opening Twitter, which makes me both mentally healthier as well as slower to post my thoughts on various issues.  But those who were reading me on Twitter earlier in the month…

Will the First Amendment Die in the Aftermath of January 6?

I have gone about a week now without even opening Twitter, which makes me both mentally healthier as well as slower to post my thoughts on various issues.  But those who were reading me on Twitter earlier in the month…

Politics

FINANCE: Advocates want her to be ‘Yellen’s own climate czar’

Environmentalists are putting pressure on the new Biden administration to appoint Sarah Bloom Raskin — a climate hawk and former Federal Reserve governor — to lead a new climate initiative at the Treasury Department.