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Geb Impact Technology Makes Vegan Meat From Algae. And Hong Kong’s Government Is Funding It.

3 Mins Read Hong Kong-based microalgae biotech Geb Impact Technology has received a grant from the Hong Kong government for its new project to scale its microalgae cultivation for plant-based meat applications. The startup also announced its entry into the Dao Foods incubator program, which will support the company’s reach into China’s fast-growing alternative protein …

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Supreme Court Rebuffs Cost-Sharing Reduction Payment Appeal; $20 Million For State-Based Marketplaces

On June 21, 2021, the Supreme Court denied requests from multiple insurers to review lower court decisions that held they were not entitled to full unpaid cost-sharing reduction payments (CSRs). As a result, two August decisions by a three-judge panel of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit will stand. Under these decisions, insurers are …

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Fort Worth ISD Receives $600,000 to Combat Human Trafficking – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Fort Worth ISD received a federal grant providing up to $600,000 annually to develop and implement programs to prevent human trafficking victimization, the district said Monday in a press release. The first part of the grant begins this summer with a prevention campaign called “Don’t Get Tricked,” focused on alerting individuals on how they might …

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Pennsylvania Officials Warn About Federal Marijuana Policy That Could Jeopardize Health Funding

The governor of Texas allowed a bill that will require the state to study the therapeutic potential of psychedelics to become law without his signature on Friday. This comes days after Gov. Greg Abbott (R) signed separate legislation to modestly expand the state’s limited medical marijuana program. Under the psychedelics measure, the state will be …

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Cleveland’s East Side Awarded $35 Million HUD Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant – Government, Public Sector

United States: Cleveland’s East Side Awarded $35 Million HUD Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant 21 June 2021 Taft Stettinius & Hollister To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that it is awarding …

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Proposed Concord budget will draw from city’s rainy day fund, increase spending

For the second year in a row, the Concord City Council is expected to pull from its savings and hopes to use federal aid to pay for new spending and avoid a spike in taxes. The council is due to vote on a proposed $109.3 million budget following a public hearing Monday night. Overall spending …

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U.S. city mayors demand federal funding to mitigate housing crisis

Miguel Ariola at her home in Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday, October 20, 2020. Arriola and his family are suffering from multiple problems with COVID-19. In particular, the safe housing of the family is one issue. Photo courtesy of Karen Schiely / Akron Beacon Journal Washington-Ohio, Montana, and Arizona city mayors need to include affordable housing in …

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Clubs battered by coronavirus travel a tough path to promised federal aid; It’s easier for restaurants

Dutch Tulips performs June 3 at The Jungle in Somerville in a show livestreamed by Once Somerville – forced to close its own bricks-and-mortar location in December. (Photo: Once Somerville via Instagram) Six months after Congress approved roughly $16 billion in aid for entertainment venues shattered by coronavirus, only 411 have received money out of …

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UBCO using federal funding to create opportunities for Indigenous youth – Kelowna News

Indigenous program boost Two University of British Columbia Okanagan programs — Geering Up Engineering Outreach and iSTAND —are getting federal government funding for outreach programs designed for youth in the B.C. Interior. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada launched $12 million in PromoScience grants to support hands-on learning experiences aimed at building the …

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