UofL secured ‘relief’ funding from private lender while lobbying legislature for taxpayer guaranteed loan – The Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions

There was a time – June 2019 to be exact – when the president of the University of Louisville Neeli Bendapudi believed that the continued purchase of the Jewish Kentucky One Health Hospital was too much risk. According to Mail JournalUofL officials said they “must do what is financially responsible” …

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The rebirth of the great American debate on abortion

no Getty One thing is remarkable about a brief filed this week in the United States Supreme Court by Republican members of the United States Congress asking the court to overturn federal laws that establish a woman’s right to have an abortion. Of the 207 members of the United States …

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Paycheque protection program rebuilt, but still many loopholes

The Trump administration has closed several gaping loopholes in a coronavirus Small Business Relief Program that allows hundreds of larger businesses to claim federal loans. Still, gaps remain, heightening fears that Main Street could be ruled out even in this second bailout. Demand for the forgivable, low interest Paycheck Protection …

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