[ad_1] Safety nets kept US uninsured rate steady during pandemic – HHS Enrollment in US government-run health insurance program Medicaid during the Covid-19 pandemic grew 16%, with more than 11 million additional Americans signing up, the Department of Health and Human Services said on Friday. Safety nets like Medicaid and re-opening enrollment through the Affordable
[ad_1] AFP   ●   Mon, October 25, 2021 2021-10-25 10:07 0 2585ce4f3192e686844ec057dc1e33b3 2 Business housing,China Free China is set to expand pilot property tax reforms, state media reported, as the government battles real estate speculation in the world’s second-biggest economy. China’s housing market took off after key 1998 reforms sparked a building boom on
[ad_1] This week, while reporting on Connie Moreland’s Facebook group, “Free To Good Home,” I was struck by her personal motto. “Everything we need, we already have,” she said. The Facebook group allows members to give and take things (clothes, furniture, toys, trinkets, etc.) at absolutely no charge. The group’s ground rules are radically simple:
[ad_1] Challenges to Biden bill see rewording A critical piece of US President Joe Biden’s climate agenda, which would replace coal- and gas-fired power plants with wind, solar and nuclear energy, will likely be dropped from the budget bill pending in Congress, the New York Times reported. White House staffers are revising the legislation due