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Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA
"Seeking reform of the United States is withholding part of dues owed to the world anti doping agency on the eve of the opening of the Tokyo Summer Games U. S. officials say nearly half of the two point nine three million dollars in dues owed to the world anti doping agency will be held back until it becomes clear what reforms the drug fighting agency is undertaking Richard bomb of the White House drug control office told a congressional committee Wednesday one point six million dollars will be paid to water the U. S. first threatens to withhold dues last summer and water responded by suggesting it might sanction nations not paying their dues U. S. do is account for about seven point three percent of waters forty billion dollar annual budget hi Mike Rossio
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"Continues its the 18th day of May F and markets and Global shares advanced Tuesday as investors snapped up bargains after recent selloff, spurred by a worsening of the pandemic in some countries. U. S stocks closing mostly lower Monday, attacking more losses on the last week stumbles, worries about inflation is continue to dog Wall Street prices are rising for everything from auto tow restaurant as the economy leaps out of last year's and pandemic induced coma. The fear is that the Fed Reserve will have to dial back that extensive support it's been providing if inflation persists. Atlanta Fed Reserve President Rafael Basta Let me just save their two things to say on this first, we expected a lot of volatility and inflation in the next couple of months. We know that Last year was not very strong terms inflation, So as we come out of the pandemic and into recovery mode, we know that the numbers are just gonna look large. So that's there. We also know that with all the relief money that's in families hands, we've got pent up the man, and that's gonna put upward pressure on prices as well. And then, of course, you have the supply disruptions and all those sorts of Developments that are also putting up the pressure on prices. So that is all known for me. I'm really trying to sort through all of this to figure out as we go through this transition. What is going to be temporary, transitory? Effects and then which ones are going to be more structural that will be enduring. I think it's gonna be hard to know that for sure. In the next couple of months as we start to sort things out of people figure out how they're going to engage in the marketplace and in the labor market, I think that's an interesting answer. So can you get maybe give us engages to when If this higher than expected inflation hangs around when you might have some concern that you've moved from transitory into more permanent well, I actually think through the whole summer, we're going to see Ah lot of change in terms of how people engaged in the marketplace how consumers engage and also how employers do as well. So what we're going to do at our bank is we're going to be out talking to business leaders would be talking to consumers. Get a sense of what they're doing what they're seeing. Do they think the things that they're experiencing in the next couple of months are going toe have long legs or are they things where they actually see an endpoint Because they CNN point, they're not really going to do things that are going to be fundamentally different than where they were pre pandemic. That's not something we have to respond to. So I don't think we're gonna have clear answers on this at least until early fall, and it may take long in that a lot of it depends on how rapidly we recover Bostick, making the comments to CNBC. Higher interest rates drag on most of the market, but they're particularly painful for stocks considered the most expensive in those bit up for Profits expected far into the future. That's why you've seen the wild swings in tech. The Supreme Court's announced it will take up its first abortion case. Justice Amy Cockney barrettes confirmation gave the core to 63 conservative majority. Now, many legal scholars and analysts think the ruling on the challenge to a struck down Mississippi law that Seeks to ban nearly all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy could significantly affect Roe v. Wade Lower court said the law was unconstitutional under Roe, which Bid states from banning abortions before fetal viability of the court will hear arguments in the case during its next term. The federal government's holding on to nearly $3 million earmarked for the World Anti Doping Agency with plans to pay only if it's his real progress and a path Firm or substantial future reforms. The White House Drug Control office delivering an updated report to Congress on Monday in advance of what a meeting scheduled for later this week. The report comes Some 11 months after the U. S first threatened to withhold its 2021 payment to water which normally would have been delivered in the first quarter of the year. The 2.93 million accounts for about 7.3% of waters $40 million budgets. Ohio's of Axum Million lottery system begins next week. Republican Governor Mike DeWine announcing Monday that the lottery system designed to incentivize Ohioans to get vaccinated against Cove in 19, begins Wednesday. It will continue for five weeks, offering residents Million dollar prize or a full ride scholarship to a four year university in the state. Well, I think a million dollars gets people's attention now, you know. But another number have done the same thing. I just don't know, but there's something magical. It seems to me. There always has been a body million million dollars. The conclusion that we reached from all that. Help help! Listen, Health commissions what they're saying what they're seeing out in the field, listening to what pharmacies they're seeing. And just from what Fran? I were hearing is well out Three groups of people. Some people are never gonna get Fine, you know. Some people really wanted to Bernie got it. You got people who are persuadable, and what we found is that someone warned against it. They just weren't excited about it. It just wasn't high on the list of priorities. They thought it might be. They might get it done someday. And those people. Um, you know, a little extra incentive, maybe what gets them excited about it? I believe that it will. I believe it already has caused people to be vaccinated. Uhh! You know, we're gonna watch the numbers. It's too early to really really say. Children because you're opening it up for the first time 12 13 14 15, but I think there's been some enthusiasm there as well because of the opportunity to you know. Possibly went up before your scholarship to college. So we're doing it because we think it'll make a difference. We're doing it because getting vaccinations in people's arms is just vitally important to the future of a while. Now. The vaccine million money comes from the billions of federal dollars sent to the state for Help during the pandemic. Recent accidents involving Tesla's self driving vehicles or prompting California transportation officials toe take a look at the company's advertising. The Department of Motor Vehicles will see if Tesla's suggesting that their cars are fully autonomous without meeting the legal definition of a self driving vehicle. If the ads are found to be misleading, Tesla could be held in violation of state law. And Bob Baffert was suspended Monday from entering horses at New York racetracks pending a probe into Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirits failed drug test and he'll temporarily and not be allowed to stable. Any horses at Belmont, Aqueduct or Saratoga. We're running out of resources at the New York Racing Association's track, and that includes races at Belmont with the Belmont Stakes. Coming up on June 5th. Take us with you. Wherever you go Download the talk. Streamline free mobile app..