Arizona’s Minimum Wage for Tipped Employees Could Be Reduced by 25%

Arizona’s Minimum Wage for Tipped Employees Could Be Reduced by 25%

Republican lawmakers agreed to send several measures to the November ballot this week, including a proposal to allow restaurants to pay their tipped workers 25% less than the minimum wage, instead of the current $3 “tip allowance.” This change would save restaurants an additional 57 cents per hour. The Arizona Restaurant Association proposed this measure …

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JD Vance’s Stand Against Cohen: A Closer Look at the New York Courtroom Clash

JD Vance's Stand Against Cohen: A Closer Look at the New York Courtroom Clash

Senator JD Vance (R-Ohio) made his disapproval of Michael Cohen clear outside a New York courtroom where Cohen, formerly associated with ex-President Trump, testified in a hush money trial. Addressing reporters outside the courthouse, Vance aimed to cast doubt on Cohen’s reliability as a witness. Cohen, known for his $130,000 payment to porn actress Stormy …

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Weed Tax Revenue is Soaring in This Michigan State City

Weed Tax Revenue is Soaring in This Michigan State City

In 2023, communities across Michigan that embraced adult-use marijuana sales experienced a notable rise in revenue, with over $87 million distributed among eligible cities, villages, townships, and counties. A total of 99 cities, 30 villages, 69 townships, and 71 counties received funds from the Marihuana Regulation Fund, marking a significant increase of more than $25 …

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VCU Graduates Walk Out During Governor Glenn Youngkin’s Commencement Address

VCU Graduates Walk Out During Governor Glenn Youngkin's Commencement Address

During Governor Glenn Youngkin’s commencement speech at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), a considerable number of graduating students chose to express their dissent by staging a walkout, effectively conveying a strong message. In a video capturing the incident, a sizable crowd of graduates can be seen exiting the Greater Richmond Convention Centre just as the Republican …

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Hopkins Justice Collective: A Step Forward in Protest at Johns Hopkins University

Hopkins Justice Collective: A Step Forward in Protest at Johns Hopkins University

Following a 13-day protest, the encampment at Johns Hopkins University has concluded. The agreement between the school and the pro-Palestinian protesters requires the prompt removal of the temporary shelters. As a gesture of goodwill, Hopkins has agreed to promptly review the protestors’ request for divestment. The Hopkins Justice Collective, the organisers of the protest, declared …

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US Military’s AI-Powered Fighters and Typhon Missile System Raise Concerns in China

US Military's AI-Powered Fighters and Typhon Missile System Raise Concerns in China

Tensions between the United States and China have escalated as Beijing expresses growing apprehension over the US military’s recent advancements in weaponry. Of particular concern are the development and deployment of new AI-powered fighters and the deployment of the Typhon Missile System in the Philippines. The recent flight of a modified F-16, equipped with artificial …

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