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HR 3625, the Employee Retention Tax Credit Reinstatement Act, left hanging — aims to get Congress to give back promised payroll tax credits as result of COVID-19 CARES Act

Aug 1, 2022

Businesses that had lost at least 20% of quarterly gross revenue year over year as a result of government shutdowns were eligible for refundable tax credits for as much as $26,000 per employee. 

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Through thick and thin, Cecile Wehrman remains the steward of Journal Publishing

Jul 1, 2022

As the owner of Journal Publishing in Crosby, North Dakota, Cecile Wehrman keeps busy churning out the weekly Crosby Journal and Tioga Tribune, where she has worked for the past 23 years. As long as she ...

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Power shift training improves newsroom culture – and coverage

Feb 17, 2022

Remaking newsrooms from the inside out can tackle two problems at once. News leaders who have participated in the Power Shift Project’s Workplace Integrity program report that adopting the curriculum ...

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Despite pandemic and economy woes, Sanpete Messenger prospers

Feb 1, 2022

From journalism to teaching to public relations, marketing and politics, Dean, 72, has enjoyed a storied career. She has owned the Sanpete Messenger for nearly 22 years, and over time, with expansion ...

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Protect your Periodicals permit

Feb 1, 2022

When you’ve been mailing your newspapers for a while and your systems are in place for maintaining your subscriber list, your single-copy vendor records, file copies for verifying ad percentages ...

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PERSPECTIVE: Reclaiming religious freedom from today’s culture wars

Jan 27, 2022

While today’s culture wars have made the term “religious freedom” divisive and confusing, ensuring this First Amendment freedom for all is key to coexistence in a diverse society, says ...

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PERSPECTIVE: Divided court considers religious exemptions to vaccine mandates

Jan 20, 2022

As the Supreme Court issues mixed rulings on the legality of federal vaccine mandates, Freedom Forum Fellow Richard Foltin assesses how it may consider questions of religious exemptions.

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COVID-19 remains a local story

Jan 1, 2022

COVID-19 remains a local story, especially if elective surgeries are getting canceled again, especially if our hospitals are running out of beds again, especially if our beleaguered health care systems ...

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