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The EU will transfer €1.4 billion in accrued interest on frozen Russian reserves to Ukraine in August, Josep Borrel says...
Cutting individual income-tax rates, bringing down industrial-assessment rates, and reducing unemployment-insurance-tax rates are a good start toward keeping South Carolina competitive....
Each state needs to establish a beachhead, a secure, enforceable limit supported by public sentiment before further pro-life progress can be made....
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