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Free school lunch offered by 30% of Japan's local governments

Asahi News 13 Jun 2024
To support struggling families and encourage population growth, free school lunch programs have risen dramatically across Japan, although some municipalities are struggling to keep these going.
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Glenwood Springs resumes discussions for new on-demand, app-based transit system

Post Independent 13 Jun 2024
The city estimates the program will cost approximately $800,000 per year to operate (though the project would require a competitive request for proposal) ... The current price estimate is based on the ...
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California Legislature rejects many of Gov. Gavin Newsom's budget cuts as negotiations continue

Newsday 13 Jun 2024
Gavin Newsom's most difficult budget cuts, choosing instead to speed-up a temporary tax increase on some businesses to help pay off an estimated $45 billion deficit while preserving spending on many social safety net programs.
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Ford nixes Model e dealer program, letting all US retailers sell EVs

Detroit news 13 Jun 2024
... Model e certification program ... Ford originally had estimated the cost of the certified elite program at $1.2 million for its retailers, but on average the investment was closer to $600,000, Gjaja said.
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The Philippine eagle’s flight for survival

Manila Bulletin 13 Jun 2024
He was one of the two Philippine eagles selected for the first international loan program under the Wildlife Loan Agreement between the Philippines and Singapore ... We have measured, estimatedly, two million hectares of suitable eagle habitats.
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As the heat goes up this summer, so do cooling costs

Business Insider 13 Jun 2024
He estimated that about 1 million fewer households would get financial help this year because Congress approved less funding for the program than it did for fiscal 2023 ... The program is designed to ...
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California Legislature rejects many of Newsom's budget cuts as negotiations continue

NBC Bay Area 13 Jun 2024
Gavin Newsom's most difficult budget cuts, choosing instead to speed-up a temporary tax increase on some businesses to help pay off an estimated $45 billion deficit while preserving spending on many social safety net programs.
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Ukrainian winemakers visit Napa Valley to learn how to heal war-ravaged vineyards

Detroit news 13 Jun 2024
“There’s an estimated 110 million landmines in 60 countries, and today Ukraine tragically has over 30% of the land riddled with landmines,” said Kuhn, whose program is known as the “mines to vines” initiative.
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Ukrainian winemakers visit California's Napa Valley to learn how to heal war-ravaged vineyards

Times Union 13 Jun 2024
“There’s an estimated 110 million landmines in 60 countries, and today Ukraine tragically has over 30% of the land riddled with landmines,” said Kuhn, whose program is known as the “mines to vines” initiative.
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Ukrainian winemakers visit California’s Napa Valley to learn how to heal war-ravaged vineyards

Wtop 13 Jun 2024
“There’s an estimated 110 million landmines in 60 countries, and today Ukraine tragically has over 30% of the land riddled with landmines,” said Kuhn, whose program is known as the “mines to vines” initiative.
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Best Friends Super Adoption event brings more than 400 adoptable pets to Bentonville

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 13 Jun 2024
"We have, right now, close to 200 animals in our program, but a large percentage of those are living in foster care," Paepke says. She estimates about half of the pets currently being cared for by Best Friends are dogs.
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Denver and other jails are ditching programs allowing inmates to go to work — once ...

Denver Post 13 Jun 2024
The Denver Sheriff Department discontinued its jail work-release program during the COVID-19 pandemic and has no plans to bring it back — part of a trend seen across Colorado as sheriffs wrestle with tight budgets and low staffing.
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The one thing MTG doesn't have that every other member of Congress has

Alternet 13 Jun 2024
Constituents might come to a district office for help accessing federal resources and programs or assistance with issues involving Social Security, Veterans Affairs or immigration, she said.
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Georgia Southwestern online MBA degree rated nation's second-most-affordable

Gwinnett Daily Post 12 Jun 2024
AMERICUS -- Georgia Southwestern State University has the second-most-affordable online MBA program in the nation, according to data compiled by university ranking site Research.com, with an estimated cost of $257 per credit-hour ... .
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