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Hurricane Ida ruined $80,000 of hemp drying in Pa. couple’s basement. They’re still fighting the insurer 8 months later. | News, Sports, Jobs

Brooke and Glen Henderson stand in a field where her hemp crop will be grown on their 4-acre property in Cochranville, PA., Wednesday, April 20, 2022. Hurricane Ida dumped 10 inches of rain in this part of Chester County, leading the Henderson’s septic tank to… Read More »Hurricane Ida ruined $80,000 of hemp drying in Pa. couple’s basement. They’re still fighting the insurer 8 months later. | News, Sports, Jobs

Autonomy Extends Green Mobility Services to California’s Inland Empire Region | News

SANTA MONICA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 19, 2022– Autonomy, a completely digital electric vehicle subscription service that offers the cheapest, fastest and easiest way to get a Tesla Model 3, is extending its services to Southern California’s Inland Empire. This press release features multimedia. View the full… Read More »Autonomy Extends Green Mobility Services to California’s Inland Empire Region | News

Government says South Africans are failing domestic workers – here’s how much you should be paying them

The Department of Employment and Labor has over the course of May conducted a number of inspections at employers operating in the domestic worker sector in Mpumalanga. It found that many were lacking when it comes to compliance with labor legislation. The inspections were to… Read More »Government says South Africans are failing domestic workers – here’s how much you should be paying them

Auto insurance costs Floridians more than nearly everywhere else in the US, study finds | Nation

Floridians on average pay the second-highest share of their incomes on auto insurance premiums, according to a tally of data from price comparison website Bankrate.com. The tally, based on the website’s True Cost of Auto Insurance in 2022 annual report, compared what 40-year-old drivers with… Read More »Auto insurance costs Floridians more than nearly everywhere else in the US, study finds | Nation