“We strongly believe that focusing strictly on personal protective gear and sanitizing efforts ignores the critical efforts that have been undertaken by the school districts and that we need to ensure that the feeding and mental health services receive funding,” Guinn said. … [Read more...] about City mayors, economic development president, Fort Bend ISD divided over division of federal COVID-19 relief funding
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Mourad Lahlou, the chef and owner of Mourad and Aziza in San Francisco, said he hears often from other owners who admit they won’t be able to last through the pandemic. He said that even when restaurants are allowed to have dine-in service, upscale restaurants will continue to suffer financially, as customers will most likely be hesitant to sit down for a three-hour dinner, as they did before the pandemic. The cost of protective equipment is just the latest issue, he said, but one that needs to be addressed quickly. … [Read more...] about Restaurants reopening after shutdown face challenges over masks, money
“I think by doing block grants to the states, states can really allocate those funds as they see appropriate and probably do it in an efficient manner,” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), one of the bill’s sponsors, told The Daily Beast. “We currently spend $14 billion a year on treatment in our $30 billion per year war on drugs. So the federal government’s already spending money that way. I’d say let the states decide how to use it best.” … [Read more...] about The Latest Obamacare Repeal Bill Doesn’t Include Opioid Funding Once Deemed Critical
It’s why I raised a stink when most vehicle insurers said they wouldn’t give discounts to policyholders even though many people had stopped driving. California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara subsequently ordered that partial discounts be provided. … [Read more...] about Column: Sorry your trip got canceled. But we’re keeping your travel-insurance money
The rule about Medicare Part A and making contribution to an HSA is discussed in the Medicare & You handbook. It states, “You can’t contribute to your HSA once your Medicare coverage begins.” The handbook also states in the last paragraph, “To avoid a tax penalty, you should stop contributing to your HSA at least six months before you apply for Medicare.” Please review this information; very important. … [Read more...] about TONI KING: Enrolled in Medicare: Now I can’t fund my HSA!