What is the infrastructure? It’s a matter of gender, to begin with

A recent tweet New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand – with her reams of sneaky answers – is currently summing up a key infrastructure divide in Washington. Paid leave is an infrastructure.Child care is an infrastructure.Caregiving is infrastructure. – Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) April 7, 2021 “Paid leave is an infrastructure. Child …

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Students help Governor Cox and Lieutenant Governor Henderson celebrate their first 100 days in office

Details Written by Holly richardson Category: Featured Articles Created: 15 April 2021 The Cox-Henderson administration marked its first 100 days in office by visiting students from Morgan Elementary, Morgan Middle School and Morgan High School. Governor Spencer Cox, Lieutenant Governor Deidre Henderson and First Lady Abby Cox met with students …

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Tax Day: IRS Extends 2020 Tax and Payment Filing Date from April 15, 2021 to May 17, 2021

PHILADELPHIA – April 15 falls on Thursday this week. Normally, of course, this would be the day your taxes are due. But there has been nothing normal over the past year. The good news is you’ll have one more month to file your 2020 return. But the filing deadline isn’t …

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Equity and diversity among the keys to economic success in Utah, according to a panel

For the Beehive State to maintain its current level of economic prosperity, ensuring that people of various circumstances have the opportunity to participate in that success will be key, a panel of Utah leaders said on Wednesday. Research by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute showed that in 2015, 79% …

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Utah could be weeks away from lifting COVID-19 restrictions

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah could be weeks away from lifting long-standing health restrictions put in place by the COVID-19 pandemic. The law project, dubbed the “COVID-19 endgame”, will begin to end public health orders once the state meets certain criteria for virus cases, hospitalizations and vaccinations. Right now, the …

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Teacher retention peaked in five years, despite concerns the pandemic has driven out

Despite worries that the pandemic would alienate many teachers and exacerbate a teacher shortage in the state, more Utah teachers have stayed in their jobs this year than they have in the past five years, according to data from the State Board of Education of the ‘Utah. Malia Hite, educator …

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A look at Governor Cox’s progress during his first 100 days in office

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – It’s been 100 days since Spencer J. Cox took office as 18e Governor of Utah. “I think the Governor and Lieutenant Governor could not be happier,” Governor Cox Director of Communications Jennifer Napier-Pearce told ABC4. “Obviously, COVID-19 is our top priority and it took a …

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DE Shaw’s 180 MW solar projects in Utah will support Facebook data centers

DE Shaw Renewable Investments“(DESRI) 180 MWac solar projects at Cove Mountain in Iron County, Utah have started commercial operation. Cove Mountain and Cove Mountain 2 have entered into long-term PPAs with PacifiCorp on behalf of Facebook, providing its data center operations with new solar resources. Swinerton Renewable Energy builds the …

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Zions Bancorporation announces its intention to adopt AMERIBOR® as the benchmark rate in numerous commercial loan agreements

SALT LAKE CITY – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Zions Bancorporation (NASDAQ: ZION) today announced its intention to adopt AMERIBOR® as a replacement index for the London Inter-Bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) for the majority of its non-syndicated commercial loans currently indexed to the LIBOR. LIBOR is being phased out globally, and U.S. …

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