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Jeff Cunha

DeSantis on the Defense: Florida Court Ruling Challenges Condo Owners

More than 2.5 million Floridians enjoy the benefits of condominium living. Multi-story towers offer residents proximity to scenic views, workplaces, family, and recreational activities. Condominium ownership comes with significant financial responsibilities. Beyond the initial purchase cost, ongoing investments are necessary to maintain and support the infrastructure, protecting both the value of the property and the…

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Deep-Sea Mining Exploitation of Nauru Exposed

On Sunday night’s episode of Last Week Tonight, John Oliver tackled the contentious subject of deep-sea mining, with a particular focus on the Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ). This Europe-sized area, located three miles beneath the Pacific Ocean between Mexico and Hawaii, is under scrutiny for its vast reserves of precious metals and unique deep-sea life. Oliver’s…

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Newsom’s California: Minimum Wage Hike to $20 Was Not Enough, $30 An Hour Is Needed According To Data

In a move aimed at confronting pervasive income inequality, California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed into law a substantial increase in the state’s minimum wage for fast food workers setting it at $20 per hour. While celebrated as a significant step forward for workers’ rights and economic justice, experts argue that this adjustment, while notable,…

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Creepy Crawly Allies: Why You Should Embrace Earwigs, Centipedes, And Some Spiders In Your Home

In an era of increasing awareness about sustainable living and natural pest control, the presence of insects like earwigs, centipedes, and spiders in our homes and gardens is being re-evaluated. While these creatures may initially appear menacing, they play significant roles in maintaining ecological balance. Earwigs, for instance, though often found lurking in moist, dark…

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Newsom’s Victory: Fresh Data Highlights California Fast Food Minimum Wage Success

In a landmark move aimed at addressing wage inequality, Governor Gavin Newsom’s signing of AB 1228, known as the FAST Recovery Act, has ignited a surge in California’s limited-service restaurant industry. The enactment of a $20 minimum wage for fast-food workers on April 1, 2024, not only signifies a significant milestone in the state’s economic…

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Outbreak Of Cognitive Dissonance In US: A Paradox of Ideology and Geography

In the ongoing discourse surrounding climate change, a stark divide often emerges along political lines, with Republicans frequently portrayed as skeptical or dismissive of the scientific consensus on the issue. While numerous factors contribute to this phenomenon, two primary influences stand out: One is the deeply ingrained political ideology propagated by conservative-leaning networks like Fox…

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New Study On Fake News: Strategies to Curb Online Misinformation

The ongoing debate over online misinformation and social media has highlighted a significant divide between public discourse and scientific research. Public figures and journalists frequently assert the widespread impact of false online content, often contradicting current empirical evidence. In a new study published in Nature researchers have identified three main misconceptions: the overestimation of average…

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Texas ‘Anti Woke’ Stock Exchange: Will It Thrive or Dive Like the Lone Star State’s Power Grid

The Texas Stock Exchange (TXSE) emerges onto the Wall Street scene with ambitions to rival the NYSE and Nasdaq, echoing the Lone Star State’s penchant for independence. Spearheaded by TXSE Group Inc., boasting support from financial giants like BlackRock and Citadel Securities, hopes are high for a shakeup in the market landscape. However, parallels drawn…

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