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BISBEE WIRE #67/Bisbee stuff, Supes legal fees keep growing, Are there really dodos in the lege? monopoly in the real world, more, more

Hello,

Anita and I have appreciated all the well wishes and offers of help and food as I recover from an extensive lower back fusion operation. And Anita has been my rock through a difficult time; she has been/is just wonderful.


The 5 hr. operation went well however I could not be awakened from the anesthesia. It turned out to be an emergency. The surgeon, almost in a panic, called Anita and asked her to come to the hospital cause they couldn't wake me. Many tests were run-I am trying to get the  medical reports from St. Joe- that showed I was braindead (I know a few of you have thought that for years!), brain stem dead, no pupil activity, non responsive, but heart was pumping and lungs were working. Unfortunately, contrart to some reports,  I didn't see my life flash before me, no white light, no dancing women, no Anita, no kids; just a kindly looking woman looming out of the darkness saying 'Hi Fred, we've been a little worried', as I finally emerged from the anesthesia. There have been a couple of theories that the two top anesthesiologists working on me came up with, but the most likely is that I was too cold and went into a semi-suspension.


I've had no ill effects that I can discern from being under so long. After a difficult first week home, It's been about two weeks past that and I'm doing well, walking four blocks twice a day, mostly without a cane, and very slowly regaining the 10 lbs I lost. Feeling a bit stronger every day. 


The flood of of about what is happening just keeps coming so I have included a lot of miscellany. And I wanted to get it out.The monopoly newsletter Big is really worth getting, as are a few others mentioned. Check out the Mother Jones issue on Oligarchy.



fred

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BISBEE MUSIC/EVENT CALENDAR


Every week you can get 'This Week in Bisbee' delivered to your inbox. Steve Moramarco has the events and music of the week. Go here for the sub and info. Most complete info every week.


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JOIN THE ANNE CARL FOR RECORDER CAMPAIGN

Please join them for this first 'A Team SV' volunteer meet-up:

** Saturday, February 17  11:00am-12:30pm St. John’s Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall, 19 Sowles Ave, in Old Bisbee

Bisbee area volunteers will meet with Anne for campaign updates and ways you can get involved; From simply helping to spread the word, to working on a specific effort, there is something for everyone to do. Come be a part of this important campaign!

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KBRP RADIO MARDI GRAS SHEBANG AT THE JONQUIL

Saturday Feb 17 from 11:30-4:30, Kick it out at a fundraiser for KBRP community radio, Celebrating 20 years of providing personalized music and news in Bisbee, the party will feature prominent Bisbee musicians.


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BILL HIGGINS MEMORIAL

Bill Higgins former councilperson, member of several city committees, and an OB icon, has died. A memorial  will be held Sunday, February 18th at 2 pm at Club Kilimanjahro (33 Subway St.). And that will be followed by a parade to Bill's house on the gulch for stories, music and food. More info here

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$1000 GRANT APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE/BISBEE WOMEN'S CLUB

The Bisbee Woman’s Club is accepting applications for its 2024 grant awards from February 15 to March 29. Grants awards will be up to $1,000. Grant applications are posted on its website

The grants are intended for organizations and individuals whose project will benefit the Bisbee community. The projects will fulfill the mission of the Bisbee Woman’s Club to further education, improve skills, expand rights and meet the needs of our community.

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REGISTER TO VOTE

Only registered Democrats and Republicans can vote in the Presidential Preference Election (PPE) held 3/19. If you're a registered Independent and want to vote in the upcoming PPE, the last day to re-register is 2/20. You can also register or check your registration at My.Arizona.Vote

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ONE WORLD TRAVEL, TRAVELS...TWO BLOCKS

After 37 years on OK Street, One World Travel has moved....two blocks to 48 Main Street offices, Unit # 5. All else remains the same; phone : 520 432 5359, email : oneworldtravelbisbee@gmail.com , mailing address : PO Box 1786. If you are tripping, ummm maybe better reword...if you are thinking of traveling and either have a destination in mind or not, check out Angelica at One World. She can get you the best prices and can make a trip much easier and fun.

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BISBEE BOOKS AND MUSIC FOR SALE

The last remaining bookstore in Bisbee is for sale.

https://tucson.com/life-entertainment/local/bisbee-bookstore-books-music-arizona/article_e45461fe-af0d-11ee-83fc-93db1b9d7e69.html

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SECTION 8 HOUSING VOUCHER APPLICATION EXTENDED TO MARCH 1

The vouchers, federally funded through the U.S. Department of Urban Development, are used to assist low-income families, the elderly and people with disabilities with affordable housing.

For any questions, contact the HACC at 520-432-8880 or visit in-person: Bisbee location, 1415 Melody Lane – Building A Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am–5 pm

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BISBEE MEDIA MENTIONS

Bisbee Drug Smuggling Capitol of the state (Whooeee! An example of bots at work. Lookkee at this site)

https://theshahab.com/blog/2024/01/10/this-arizona-city-has-been-named-the-drug-smuggling-capital-of-the-state/

and then here

https://www.azcentral.com/story/travel/arizona/2024/01/11/bisbee-az-things-to-do/72107417007/

and here

https://travellemming.com/best-places-to-travel-2024/#Bisbee-Arizona

and here

https://www.thetravel.com/best-town-to-visit-in-arizona/?fbclid=IwAR36I-wsnyxC_28xe5KANqBh6PLRda7Cksg4TcRMRPbFYTtKpcWBXeBxTvo

and here

https://www.thetravel.com/small-towns-in-arizona-where-it-snows-in-winter/#bisbee

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TOM MOSIER PASSED

Tom Mosier, who along with his wife Ginger established Lavender jeep tours in 2001, has died.

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MEEETING SPACE AVAILABLE

Premier Alliances has the best space for meetings, retreats, staff trainings, all-day sessions and more. The modern space has meeting rooms, reception area, small kitchen and more. Check it out here or Contact Derek Jordan djordant@premieralliances.com 520 422-3201.

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TURKEY VULTURES ARE COMING

More soon, but get your costumes ready!

March 8/Jonquil

March 9/Saturday Market, Live Birds, and the procession

March 10/Kafka

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HWY 92/90 INTERSECTION SCHEDULED FOR WORK  IN MARCH

Finally!  Look for updates from AZ Dept. of Transportation. Construction on the 20 miles of hwy 90 that will include repair of the intersection at 92 at Target/Crossroads. Work will proceed in March till done.

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RITA VERI'S RHYTHMS OF BISBEE IN APRIL; LOOKING FOR HOOFERS

The last two weekends in April, she will be producing her show "The Rhythmn's of Bisbee 2024" six shows. I already have an outstanding cast of performance artists and musicians/singer songwriters. I am looking for professional dancers, any age, who might want to be part of my cast. If you are interested, please call me at 845-304-0412.

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LIFETIME LEARNING AT COCHISE

The Spring catalogue is open, everything from pottery to cooking, crafts to exercise.  Online and in person. go here

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Don't be fooled by T-Mobile (that pays a tax rate of .4%!)

T-Mobile is advertising a great deal $20 a month for internet service. No catches, they say. Don't fall for it, there are more catches than a football game.  In order to get the $20 internet service you have to (1) qualify for the federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), (2) buy a monthly cell phone plan from Metro, (3) pay $25 the first month not $20, (4) sign up for autopay, and (5) be able to access the 5G service which is only available in certain cities/areas. (Consumer World).

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Eye popping Data from Americans for Tax Fairness shows that earlier this month, T-Mobile reported over $10.9 billion in profits in 2023 but paid just $42 million in federal income taxes, an effective tax rate of just 0.4%. Meanwhile, Tesla recorded $3.2 billion in domestic profits in 2023 but paid just $48 million in federal income taxes, an effective tax rate of 1.5%. Lots more in the report.<><>WHOOPS! BAD TIMINGBorder agents on Feb. 1 stopped a blue Ford Focus driven by David Rene Martinez, a U.S. citizen, along Naco Highway near Bisbee, Arizona. The agents asked Martinez if anyone else was in the vehicle and he said no. As they were conducting the interview, the agents heard a cellphone ringing in the trunk of the vehicle. Here is the article.<><>MINING PROJECT COMMENCES DRILLING NORTH OF BISBEEIntrepid Metals Corp announced they have begun core drilling on the Corral Copper Property. ..."It is a district scale advanced exploration and development opportunity in Cochise County, Arizona. Corral Copper is located 15 miles east of the famous mining town of Tombstone and 22 miles north of the historical Bisbee mining camp which has produced more than 8 billion pounds of copper.""Intrepid Metals Corp. is a Canadian company focused on exploring for high-grade essential metals such as copper, silver, lead, and zinc mineral projects in proximity to established mining jurisdictions in southeastern Arizona, USA" The Street Insider  Vid here

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CITY NEWS

CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON NEW CITY HALL

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Monday, Feb.12. It kicks off construction of the new City Hall. It's been six long years with city staff shuffling between three locations. They certainly deserve a medal for having to make do under arduous circumstances while delivering services to residents. Give em a thanks if you happen to see them.


The fire in October 2017 gutted the structure. And after many fits and starts city manager Pauken and Mayor Budge got things moving to this point. The construction contract calls for completion in a year.

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CITY OF BISBEE BUDGET


It's your chance to register your opinion about how the city should spend the $8 million+ or more city funds that will be available to fund all city operations. Once the draft is out, actually look at it and understand how a relatively meager amount of money will be used to shore up an antiquated infrastructure, advertise for visitors, deal with homelessness & drug use, pay employees a living wage with adequate health care, and much more. You can help by funneling comments to your councilpersons and city staff.


The schedule for the 24-25 budget has been posted on the city website. Of particular interest are the budget special sessions scheduled for April 22-25 open to the public. The budget will be distributed to the council on April 15. Hopefully it will be available on the city website at that time. Go here for more info

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FEES FOR  BUILDING PERMITS INCREASED

Residential construction permits will now be $160, from $92, based on the rising cost of material and time.The goal of building permits is to have the homeowner or contractor have a permit in hand before construction.

There have been several cases where attempts to skirt the permit process has occurred. Significant penalties have now been increased for homeowners and contractors if they build without a permit. There are monetary consequences besides stop work orders.

Always ask before building to see if a permit is needed.

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BODY CAM FEE ESTABLISHED

Public requests for body cam footage is now $46.

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QUEEN MINE TOUR BUMPS PRICES

Tour fees were raised $1.50-$2 in order to keep up with inflation and repair costs.

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READ THE FEB 4 ISSUE OF THE HERALD REVIEW

The Sunday Feb. 4 issue of the Herald Review is one of the best they have produced in the last several years. It is all a regional paper should be.(With the sole exception of the inclusion of vacuous whiner columnist William Haupt)  Consider getting a digital sub, there is a wealth of info in the 6 day e-edition. https://www.myheraldreview.com/site/forms/subscription_services/member_services/

In the issue there are updates about supes problem,election machines, an overview of the Cochise County court system and how it works, problems with election deniers, a summary of an economic presentation about Cochise County, a summary of a meeting talking about a $300,000 'cuisine tourism' grant for Santa Cruz county and the problems of growth/water/tourism in the eastern part of the county bordering Cochise. Besides the comics and ads.

https://www.myheraldreview.com/eedition/page-a33/page_4b8792e0-f7a0-5b42-9479-7c28e979417c.html

Or try this: https://www.myheraldreview.com/news/

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BIG SIERRA VISTA DEVELOPMENT

SPACE PORT AT SV AIRPORT....A Florida-based startup developing a spaceplane-satellite hybrid plans to open a new engineering and manufacturing facility at Sierra Vista Municipal Airport to be operational by 2026.

BlackStar Orbital Technologies Corp., headquartered near Kennedy Space Center on Florida’s Space Coast, plans to develop and produce its BlackStar Spacecraft at the Southern Arizona site with at least 50 new employees, according to the Arizona Commerce Authority.

The company plans to invest $7.1 million in the Sierra Vista facility, which will encompass 45,000 square feet, including 25,000 square feet of dedicated hangar space and a projected initial production capacity of 15 spacecraft per year, scaling up to full production by 2026, according to the agency.

The company’s spaceplane-satellite hybrid can be fitted with a variety of sensors and mission equipment, the company said.See the whole article here

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IRS ARIZONA FREE FILE PROGRAM

Arizona is one of several states selected for trail run of do-ie-yourself taxes. Fought by established companies for the past couple of years, it is an effort by the Feds to make things easier for low/middle income filers. For an explanation of do it yourself ez income tax file go here

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COUNTY RECORDER STUCK WITH UNUSABLE BALLOT PAPER


Can it get any worse? This article details what happened when Recorder Stevens did not fulfill conditions of a $1 million dollar grant and it was cancelled. However Stevens had already paid out $187,000+, not through the supervisors, for the 10 tons of paper and a Dandy Roll to imprint the paper that was supposed to test 'ballot security'. Both are now in limbo. The county does not know what to do and who pays is up in the air. Sheesh.  


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A REAL WORLD STUDY OF THE ENORMOUS PROBLEMS

WITH 100% HAND COUNTING VOTES

A tip of the hat to AM for this.

Often at county supe meetings there is a sad parade of mostly county residents whining about how hand count of votes is better. They provide no substantiated evidence just made up 'facts'. It seems that they just  like it cause 'humans' are in control.

There is substantial evidence that total hand counting is expensive, prone to major miscounts, time consuming, error prone, and insecure.

I hope that every now and again a resident will go to a supe meeting and remind them of the major problems with hand counting-using illustrations from this article, and accuse Tom Crosby of frivolous spending huge amounts of taxpayer money on quack schemes.

"In full hand counts, human teams manually tabulate every ballot and every contest, and their results are used as the official results. As this resource will show, this kind of effort to replace a modern voting system with a full hand count practically guarantees complexity, higher costs, delays, and mistakes."

Go here for the article. 

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HOW THE COURT SYSTEM WORKS

https://www.myheraldreview.com/eedition/page-a25/page_a4037d22-a9ee-5e4a-b759-517fb373a9db.html

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COURT JOCKEYING BEGINS IN CHARGES AGAINST CROSBY AND JUDD

This article from the Herald Review details the attorney's  jockeying as the attorneys, particularly Crosby's, seek to throw enough crap at the legal wall to see if anything sticks.

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MORE COUNTY TAXPAYER MONEY USED TO HIRE OUTSIDE ATTORNEY

A Phoenix attorney has been hired to defend the county in a case involving charges of refusal by the county to provide public requests in a timely manner.  Some of requests had to do with the communication between supes andt those outside government. The county attorney's office answer public requests and it was decided it was inappropriate for them to represent themselves.

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BORDER SURVEILLANCE

A comprehensive look at the network of cameras that have militarized the border from California to Texas. Here

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...............THE LEGE................

I really don't like thinking some politicians are ignorant, I still have remnants  of beliefs that people run for, and are in office, to do good and look out for citizens. And those beliefs are particularly stronger  the closer the office to where I live and are directly affected , such as city offices and even some county offices.


However, moving to the state level is another thing. If you take a look at some of the more than 1700 bills proposed at the state level, I think you will agree there are some stupid mofos at the capitol. I mean genuinely dumb. Don't take my opinion listen to some of them try to put a sentence together. Many can't even write their own bills.That many of those hapless men (and a few women) happen to be republicans says something about the abysmal intellectual state of that political party.

For the next couple months, I'm going to reference  Citizens Engagement Beyond Voting.I hope you get on their mail list and check out what bills are introduced or being heard.   I'll point out particularly egregious or supportive bills as the session wears on, but for the heart of each week please go to the CEBV Weekly the best source for tracking bills of interest. Go to their link tree to find dates of events.


Particularly important is to not only learn how to 'request to speak' on a bill right from home, but do it. Ya gotta get involved at whatever level you can. Your voting rights are in danger of being taken away, by anti-democracy zealots. The sidelines is not the place to be.



THIS IS LATE GETTING OUT SO COMMENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED AFTER THE BILL HEARING DATE.

FEBRUARY 12 CEBV The good and the bad.It"s a lot but do your best.

https://cebv.substack.com/p/cebv-weekly-february-12-2024?emci=2ff74026-99c3-ee11-b660-002248223197&emdi=a9271205-eac8-ee11-85f9-002248223794&ceid=12483701

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REP. GAIL GRIFFIN AT IT AGAIN

HB1221 an abomination of a bill, once again trying to take water for big users. Raising a lot of hackles at the attempt to undermine sound water management. Keep it in sight, should not become legislation.

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Billions of dark money influence elections, all legal. This is important

https://popular.info/p/charles-kochs-5-billion-tax-loophole?utm_campaign=email-half-post&r=a9nu&utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email

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TRUMP, DICTATORSHIP, AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF REVENGE

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2023/11/30/trump-dictator-2024-election-robert-kagan/

FOLLOWING THE MONEY The following is from a newsletter called Big by Matt Stoller. Each week he summarizes some of the interesting events in the business world and sometimes focuses on one particular case with an in depth explanation. He gives some insight into what sometimes becomes big news in the corporate world. And he reveals the  constant jockeying and shifting alliances of corporations as they strive to maximize profits, usually at the expense of workers and consumers. Good News

  • 58,000 Ford workers are getting bonus checks of up to $10,400 as part of the profit-sharing arrangement they won during their strike. Relatedly, the UAW got a majority of workers at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee to sign up to unionize.

  • A startup found a way to churn out cheap insulin using bacteria.

  • Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg is seeking to get rid of predatory towing fees for truckers.

  • Colorado is now the ninth state with active legislation to ban junk fees. Virginia introduced one. And New York introduced one as well, from the terrific Senate leader Mike Gianaris.

  • Spirit Airlines CEO Ted Christie is starting the discussion on the need to re-regulate the airline industry. He does so in a bitter way, bashing the government’s choice to bring the antitrust case. “The law of unintended consequences is in full effect—either through direct government intervention, or lack thereof,” he said. “The end result has been to perpetuate a small group of ‘haves’ that control the market at the expense of the ‘have-nots’ and the American consumer.” It’s a bitter comment, but the answer is regulating the airlines. And he knows it.

  • The Apple Vision Pro is apparently awesome.

  • The Ultimate Fighting Championship antitrust trial starts on April 15.

  • Gerber and Perrigo will have to face an antitrust suit over infant formula.

  • A new and important paper on how to make sure that the public money going to semiconductor subsidies actually leads to healthy domestic production.

  • Boeing workers are going to demand a 40% raise and a management that lets them build planes that work. They haven’t gotten a raise in ten years.

  • Arm Holdings, a semiconductor firm, surged by 56% on one day alone this week. FTC Chair Lina Khan blocked the Nvidia-Arm merger in 2022. Now Nvidia is a $1T+ company and Arm is surging…

  • Biden criticizes ‘shrinkflation,’ the way that big corporations surreptitiously hike prices.

  • There’s a class action suit against Amazon for showing commercials in Prime video.

  • The judge overseeing the FTC’s lawsuit against Amazon says that the request by the e-commerce giant to only have 10 depositions was ‘comically low.’ The bad news is that the trial will be in December of 2026.

  • Bad News

  • Wisconsin Representative Mike Gallagher won’t run for reelection. That’s too bad, he was very good.

  • Private equity is levering up again to pay themselves dividends.

  • Diamondback and Endeavor are discussing merging in a $50 billion deal, as more oil and gas consolidation in the Permian Basin happens.

  • A really ugly story on how the Clinton-era Federal Trade Commission cut a secret deal with funeral parlors to let them secretly scam people and hide it.

  • Snap is laying off 10% of its workforce.

  • More skiing consolidation.

  • Nvidia, one of the ‘Magnificent Seven’ trillion dollar stocks, has a whiff of Ponzi about it. It’s a semiconductor monopolist in the AI chip segment, but some of its sales are to startups that Nvidia itself is funding.

  • Google got a class action antitrust case in California dismissed that is similar to the one the Federal government has going in D.C.

  • Turns out the devices with the new weight-loss drugs in them all have illegally listed patents.

  • Saudi Arabia is giving dealmakers an excuse to ignore U.S. subpoenas, saying that if they turn over documents on the LIV Golf proposed merger they will be put in prison. McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group, Teneo, and investment banker Michael Klein are involved in withholding documents at the behest of the kingdom. I am not liking this disrespect of the American legal system.

  • Dakota Johnson says the environment for making risky pictures in Hollywood is ‘bleak.’

  • Apple is now lobbying *against* right-to-repair laws, six months after saying they’d lobby for it.

  • Warner killed the movie Coyote vs ACME for tax benefits, apparently. It’s a very weird story, a great movie that executives didn’t bother to watch, let alone release.

  • Apple is not only refusing to comply with Europe’s DMA, but is actually going to downgrade the experience of iPhone users in Europe vs the rest of the world. It has a Progressive Web Apps feature that allows app makers to sort of get around the app store and write apps using web standards. It’s not great, but it works for some things. In Europe, they are removing that capability.

  • Biden judges are largely coming from big law.

  • Taylor Swift is popular among Chinese women tired of Xi Jinping’s conservative politics.

  • The Federal Trade Commission obtained a $195 million judgment and a permanent ban on telemarketing and selling healthcare products against Simple Health and its CEO Steven J. Dorfman over charges it sold sham health insurance. The firm’s assets will be liquidated and refunded to consumers.

  • Snoop Dogg and Master P are suing Post Holdings for working with Walmart to block their new cereal products from getting access to distribution.

  • Citi asked dealmakers to control their drinking.

  • The D.C. Attorney General sued 14 of the district’s biggest landlords over rent-fixing via software.

  • The FAA is putting more inspectors into Boeing’s factories.

  • There’s a class action suit against Johnson and Johnson for stealing from its own employees via drug spending. It’s a complex scheme, but essentially J&J is forcing its workers to buy prescription drugs at a high price, and then taking kickbacks. A lot of big employers do this.

  • A very fun back-and-forth as Rana Foroohar in the FT calls bullshit on EU antitrust enforcers. Olivier Guersent, one of the endless drones in the belly of their bureaucracies, responds angrily.

  • Bernie Sanders had three drug firm CEOs testify.

  • The Antitrust Division is investigating the merger of Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Air.

  • The National Labor Relations Board got an employer to eliminate all of its non-compete agreements.

  • TikTok lost its challenge to its designation as a ‘gatekeeper’ under Europe’s Digital Markets Act. So it will have to comply with the law, meaning… I’m not totally sure.

  • The Canadian competition authorities are investigating the use of restrictive property clauses for grocery stores. They’ve got new laws, they are now using them.

  • Microsoft admits the FTC was right about its plans to run Activision as part of its games division, and not allow it to keep its independence.

  • The IRS is going to bring in hundreds of billions more than expected from wealthy tax cheats due to increased funding.

  • The government posted its initial results from its Boeing investigation. The door was missing bolts.

  • India is giving Tower Semiconductor $4 billion to build an $8 billion fabrication plant.

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QUACKS! THREE SHODDY STUDIES BACKING ABORTION PILL BAN CITED IN SUPREME COURT CHALLENGE ARE RETRACTED BY JOURNAL

Two of the key studies authored by men, cited by plaintiffs and judges as evidence that medication abortion should be pulled from the market or heavily restricted have been retracted because of undeclared conflicts of interest and unreliable findings, academic publisher Sage announced Monday.

“Following Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines, we made this decision with the journal’s editor because of undeclared conflicts of interest and after expert reviewers found that the studies demonstrate a lack of scientific rigor that invalidates or renders unreliable the authors’ conclusions,” reads a statement issued by Sage.

Article from the Arizona Mirror

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SALARIES OF UNIVERSITY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS THROUGHOUT ARIZONA REVEALED.

This data compiled by the AZ Republic is from 2021-22. Although some towns reported 22-23 info. The top five salaries going to athletics from #1 ASU football coach ($3,900,000) to  #5 UA Womens basket ball coach Aida Barnes ($1,000,000). It is a sad commentary on the taxpayer supported functions of universities.

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SOCIAL SECURITY, WHEN TO TAKE IT?

This study examines various scenarios of when people begin taking SS.

The Study is here. 

The article here.

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DRONES CHANGING WARFARE

https://www.wsj.com/world/drones-are-changing-the-way-wars-are-fought-b6cb4c46?mod=djemwhatsnews

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 NewsGuard's Reality Check WORTH GETTING

A weekly report on how misinformation online is undermining trust — and who’s behind it. Go here for a sub <><> GROWING PSILOCYBIN FOR THE EXPANDING LEGAL MARKET For a glimpse of one of the growers that is providing the magic schrooms for the burgeoning medical market for Psilocybin, go here

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THE BEST WAY TO STORE BANANAS

go here for best of 7 methods.

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BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS OF BRAZIL'S CARNIVAL COSTUMES

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