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This Week in the Heartland Daily News

Eileen Griffin covers the biggest stories from this week. https://youtu.be/yVItcpfEHEk While Economy Soars, President, Congress Press for Further High-Priced Stimulus Kentucky Could Allow Workers to Not Join...

Louisville Schools Have Plan to Open Schools but No Date in Sight

By Steve Bittenbender (The Center Square) – Kentucky’s largest school district has a plan to reopen schools for in-classroom learning. However, there’s no date set...
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Iowa GDP Dropped 1.4% During COVID-19 Era, Study Finds

The gross domestic product (GDP) of Iowa dropped 1.4 percent between the third quarter of 2019 and the third quarter of 2020, the sixth...

California Residents Pay $6,029 per Capita in Key State Taxes, Study Finds

California residents pay 9.49 percent of their income per capita toward property, income and sales taxes – or $6,029 per person – according to a...

Ohio AG Joins Religious Schools Challenging Order to Stop in-Person Learning

By J.D. Davidson Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost joined the fight with three religious schools in Northwest Ohio seeking to remain open despite a local...

U.S. Senators Request Review of Ivermectin and Guidance Adjustment

"We ask that you review each of the basic science, clinical, and epidemiologic studies in the appendix and update the treatment guidelines accordingly."

U.S. Senators Snub Early COVID-19 Treatment Hearing

"There has been a concerted effort to clock doctors who actually treat COVID patients from compassionately using their ‘off label’ prescription rights for early treatment protocols. Why?”
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Voting Is Not a Constitutional Right, but Counting Them Is

By William Haupt III “Elections belong to the people. It's their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their...

Senate Hearing Reveals Effort to Discredit Early, At-Home, COVID Treatment

McCullough stated there has not been just government culpability with the effort to discredit HCQ and early intervention, but malfeasance at the academic level.
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Colleges Demand Students Get Flu Shots

Public and private colleges and universities across the United States are now requiring their students to get flu shots, despite the fact that seasonal influenza rates remain low

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