Mary Opal Secretary Of State Antony Blinken, Blanken, Biden Administration discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek


As Ukrainian forces continue to hold on defending the southern port city of Mary opal Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the latest offers by the Russians of offering humanitarian corridors might not be credible What gives pause is the fact that there have been agreements on humanitarian corridors established before that have fallen apart very very quickly If not immediately Possibly because the security has been violated by Russian forces Blanken was speaking during his summit on migration in Panama The Biden administration is hiring federal workers to go to rural rural communities to help residents access the federal resources available to them Federal workers are fanning out across 5 states Georgia Kentucky New Mexico Mississippi and tribal nations in Arizona to help rural communities the latest push to spread the word about the bipartisan infrastructure law and COVID-19 relief funding The locations were based on need and readiness but some are also states with potentially hot midterm races coming up The initiative is being led by the agriculture department It aims to expand to all 50 states if Congress signs off on the budget In Washington I may be more as Bloomberg radio The South Carolina Supreme Court has issued a temporary stay halting the state from carrying out plans for its first ever firing squad execution Today's order by the state's high court temporarily halts the scheduled April 29th execution of inmate Richard Moore Who is on death row for killing a convenience store clerk Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700.

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