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How Much Does it Cost to Deport 392,000 People?

Roughly $9.2 billion, according to figures from a March report on the per-immigrant cost of each step of the removal process. The numbers are estimates, of
Jul 31, 2020

How Much Does it Cost to Deport 392,000 People?

How Much Does it Cost to Deport 392,000 People?

Roughly $9.2 billion, according to figures from a March report on the per-immigrant cost of each step of the removal process. The numbers are estimates, of
Roughly $9.2 billion, according to figures from a March report on the per-immigrant cost of each step of the removal process. The numbers are estimates, of
Jul 31, 2020

As Conservative Groups Release New Campaign Ads, Watchdog Groups Ask IRS to Investigate

As Conservative Groups Release New Campaign Ads, Watchdog Groups Ask IRS to Investigate

Two groups conceived by Karl Rove and former RNC chairman Ed Gillespie have new independent expenditure ads today in two U.S. Senate races, opposing Sen.
Two groups conceived by Karl Rove and former RNC chairman Ed Gillespie have new independent expenditure ads today in two U.S. Senate races, opposing Sen.
Jul 31, 2020

Former Michigan Gov. Granholm joins Dow Chemical board

Former Michigan Gov. Granholm joins Dow Chemical board

Just months after ending an eight year long term as governor, Jennifer Granholm has joined the Dow Chemical board of directors. In announcing her new role Dow Chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris said that Ganholm has a “demonstrated track record of cultivating many public-sector and private-sector collaborations that have laid the groundwork for profitable and sustainable growth for 21st century manufacturing.” The Midland Daily News reports: Granholm’s appointment may seem a natural fit for Dow, a Michigan company that has invested heavily in clean energy fields such as solar and battery technology as the company has transformed itself in recent years. As governor, Granholm made multiple stops in Midland to highlight hundreds of millions in state tax incentives for Dow and its subsidiaries for clean energy projects that have boosted job opportunities in the region.
Just months after ending an eight year long term as governor, Jennifer Granholm has joined the Dow Chemical board of directors. In announcing her new role Dow Chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris said that Ganholm has a “demonstrated track record of cultivating many public-sector and private-sector collaborations that have laid the groundwork for profitable and sustainable growth for 21st century manufacturing.” The Midland Daily News reports: Granholm’s appointment may seem a natural fit for Dow, a Michigan company that has invested heavily in clean energy fields such as solar and battery technology as the company has transformed itself in recent years. As governor, Granholm made multiple stops in Midland to highlight hundreds of millions in state tax incentives for Dow and its subsidiaries for clean energy projects that have boosted job opportunities in the region.
Jul 31, 2020
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