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Muldrew wins Workin ‘Man World Championship | News, Sports, Jobs

After a week off due to the Tyler County Fair, Tyler County Speedway would welcome 116 riders back to the “Bullring” for another fantastic night of short track racing. It was Bullring Booster Nostalgia Night as we welcome eleven legends from Tyler County Speedway to our Bullring of Honor. Daniel Muldrew won the Workin ‘Man World Championship wins, Daniel Hill, ...

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Five lawmakers to watch ahead of key House budget vote

The House is expected to return to Washington this week to consider the Senate-approved budget resolution, and divisions among Democrats pose a challenge for swift passage. Passing the budget resolution would pave the way for Democrats to pass a $ 3.5 trillion package later this year without any Republican votes. The broader bill, which has yet to be drafted, is ...

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South Florida Congressmen Discuss Infrastructure Package, Afghanistan, and More

The United States House and Senate are returning from a summer recess next week. Lawmakers will discuss a variety of topics, including President Biden’s infrastructure package that was passed by the Senate a few weeks ago. Democratic Congressman Ted Deutch, who represents Florida’s 22nd District, told WPTV Michael Williams he expects a bipartisan bill to pass the House. “It’s going ...

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Mark Cuban Says Shutting Down Crypto ‘Growth Engine’ Would Mean Banning Ecommerce In 1995 As Debate Rages On Over Infrastructure Bill | Currency News | Financial and business news

Wilfredo Lee / AP Photo Mark Cuban has warned of shutting down the crypto “growth engine” as debate rages over the infrastructure bill. The bill includes a provision designed to raise $ 28 billion through tighter oversight of crypto transactions. Cuban said getting too tough on crypto would be tantamount to shutting down e-commerce in 1995. Sign up for our ...

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Inside Jeffrey Epstein, The Relationship Of Bill Gates, The Late Financial’s Last “F — You” To The Tech Boss: Report

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com. Bill Gates‘ relationship with Jeffrey Epstein could have more layers than many originally thought with more detail emerging on the depth of their connection. According to Rolling stone, an alleged “protégé” of the late financier – a neuroscientist and neurosurgeon named Melanie S. Walker – could be a vital connection to the couple, as ...

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Could Amtrak stop in Peoria? New study will examine demand

Peoria executives are once again trying to secure a passenger rail route through the city. The effort, officially announced Friday morning at a press conference, will begin with a multi-million dollar “pre-feasibility study” to see if there is enough demand to justify it. These funds were guaranteed by the state Representative Jehan Gordon-Booth, D-Peoria, in the State Capital Construction Bill. ...

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When the going gets tough, the GOP looks to the border

WASHINGTON – After President Biden told GOP governors this week to ‘step aside’ if they don’t try to defeat the coronavirus in their states, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis retaliated: “Why don’t you do your job, why don’t you secure this border and until you do, I don’t want to hear about Covid from you.” If this “and the border? The ...

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Panel Advances Biparty Cyber ​​Security Bills In Race Against Ransomware Attacks | Washington Examiner

The House Energy and Commerce committee this week passed eight bipartisan bills to better equip government and businesses with the tools to deal with the recent explosion in ransomware attacks. The bills, which were passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, focus on increasing coordination between government and relevant industries, implementing best practices in cybersecurity, educating users of technologies, limiting the use ...

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House Appropriations Committee Approves Bill to Fund 100 New Immigration Judges

McALLEN, Texas (Border report) – To help reduce the backlog of 1.3 million pending immigration cases, the House Appropriations Committee approved a funding bill for 100 additional federal immigration judges. The bill to finance trade, justice, science and related agencies must be approved by the entire House and Senate. If approved, the overall budget for the Executive Office for Immigration ...

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