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Phone screenshot showing time as 7:02 AM, Saturday, March 16. Notification is showing an "upcoming alarm" of Saturday 6:00 AM which shouldn't be possible. Multiple question marks drawn nearby, expressing my frustration.

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Democrats stepped in to support bringing the aid package to the floor, in a remarkable breach of custom on a key vote that paved the way for its passage.

The House took a critical step on Friday toward approving a long-stalled package of aid to Ukraine, Israel and other American allies, as Democrats supplied the crucial votes to push the legislation past Republican opposition so that it could be considered on the floor.

The 316-94 vote cleared the way for the House to bring up the aid package, teeing up separate votes on Saturday on each of its parts. But passage of those measures, each of which enjoys bipartisan support from different coalitions, was not in doubt, making Friday’s action the key indicator that the legislation will prevail.

The rule for considering the bill — historically a straight party-line vote — passed with more Democratic than Republican support, but it also won a majority of G.O.P. votes, making it clear that despite a pocket of deep resistance from the far right, there is broad bipartisan backing for the $95.3 billion package.

The vote was an enormous victory in the long effort to fund to Ukraine as it battles against Russian aggression, a major priority of President Biden that has met with bitter resistance from the right. It was a triumph against the forces of isolationism within the G.O.P. and a major moment of bipartisan consensus in a Congress that for the past year has been mostly defined by its dysfunction.

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This is an automated archive made by the Lemmit Bot.

The original was posted on /r/todayilearned by /u/Frites_Sauce_Fromage on 2024-04-19 18:17:50.

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Whether you're really passionate about RPC, MQTT, Matrix or wayland, tell us more about the protocols or open standards you have strong opinions on!

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Good thing we (the US) lost the war, or this lady would probably have her own team of lobbyists running their country.

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TL;DW

If it's your primary residence, zero.

If it's a revenue generating secondary property, an extra 20k for every 400k of gains.

I love that the "wealth manager" they interviewed is making such a big deal about how it will affect people who would never have need of his services because they'll never have wealth, let alone enough to need management. Playing up the "imagine being taxed because your mom died!" angle.

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cross-posted from: https://hexbear.net/post/2338399

Hello, users of hexbear as of this post anonymous users will no longer be allowed on Hextube no will users be able to create channels, you may use this post to request additional channels. At the moment there is:

https://live.hexbear.net/c/movies

https://live.hexbear.net/c/music

https://live.hexbear.net/c/anime

Users will be required to make a username, in order to prevent impersonation of other users on hextube we are creating a verification system.

You may comment your Hextube username here or send it in a hexbear or matrix(secure) direct message to a moderator or admin.

Abuse of this system in any way will result in a ban from Hexbear and Hextube.

This also serves as a reminder that the Hexbear Code of Conduct must be followed on all Hexbear related services, and any conduct that receives a mod action there will receive on here.

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the tldr is that i have this one game that only likes xbox controllers, and steam input doesnt work to fix it

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