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Democrats took control of all parts of Virginia’s government in 2019 and steadily started liberalizing the state’s voting laws. They made mail…

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In many parts of the country, what was traditionally known as Columbus Day is now being celebrated as Indigenous Peoples' Day. But it remains a federal holiday, so some businesses will be closed.

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More than 156 million households around the country have already received their third stimulus checks. But people experiencing homelessness may be missing out on money they’re eligible to receive because the IRS doesn’t have enough information about them. And not only could many unhoused people be missing out on the $1,400 third stimulus payment: They […]

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The entry is a sneak peek into the rest of your home, so you want it to be a functional space that also makes a statement. This area tends to become cluttered with miscellaneous items that don’t make it too far past the door. Organize the entry space to handle daily in-and-out items. Cover one wall with blackboard paint so you can leave reminder messages, or add fun hooks and shelves to keep keys, mail and other items sorted.

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The coronavirus pandemic has forced many to turn to mail-in voting. With laws differing from state-to-state, the process can often be confusing. A look at the laws of different states on mail-in voting and what the impact mail-in voting will have on the election.  

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TRUMP: “A solicited ballot, OK, solicited, is OK. You’re soliciting. You’re asking. They send it back. You send it back. I did that. If you have an unsolicited, they’re sending millions of ballots all over the country. There’s fraud.”

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Shoring up postal service: Voting 257-150, the House on Saturday passed a bill (HR 8015) that would prohibit the U.S. Postal Service from reducing service below levels in effect at the start of the year and require it to treat official election envelopes as first-class mail in this fall’s balloting. In addition, the bill would provide $25 billion requested by the postal service for coping with the coronavirus outbreak in the budget year starting Oct. 1. Until the pandemic has run its course, the bill would prohibit the USPS from delaying deliveries or increasing the backlog of undelivered mail; closing or consolidating any post office or reducing its business hours; denying overtime pay to USPS employees, or watering down measurements of whether service standards are being achieved.

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TRUMP: “One of the things the Post Office loses so much money on is the delivering packages for Amazon and these others. Every time they deliver a package, they probably lose three or four dollars. That’s not good.” — remarks on Aug. 17 to reporters.

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