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Ohio COVID-19 Vaccination Incentive Plan Should Be Adopted Nationwide

On May 12, 2021, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine held a press conference to announce an incentive plan to get more Ohioans vaccinated.  The Governor described a two-prong plan that will:

1.  Let any Ohioan age 18 and over enter their name in a lottery to be held every Wednesday for five weeks if they have had at least one Covid-19 (Covid) vaccination shot.  The weekly winners will be awarded one million dollars.  To fund this... more »

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Exceptions to US/Canada Border Entry During Pandemic

With the pandemic now exceeding 1 year, many families have been displaced and unable to cross, by land, to see family members and loved ones. Due to very strict & costly restrictions put in place for Canadian travellers returning home by air, land travel is the only, true economical option - not to mention, the safest. The Canadian government put into place exceptions for family members to cross during the pandemic. See... more »

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Exemption for non-immigrant visas to covid related travel ban.

Current holders of valid non-immigrant visas who were outside of the US when the travel ban came into effect, on March 13 2020, are currently not allowed to return to the US. These individuals were considered, by the US government, sufficiently useful to the US economy to have been granted permission to work and live in the US for a short term, time limited period. The travel ban leaves them cut-off from their homes,... more »

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Remove the current occupant in the Whitehouse as he is incapable of doing what needs to be done on a nation wide scale.

Use the 25th amendment to remove both him and his sycophant lackeys that are not looking out for the interests of the people of the United States, the state and local governments and territories in this pandemic as well as not supporting the hospitals and their workers sufficiently enough.

We need a leader who is capable of actually leading a nationwide effort to keep supply chains running, essential goods being manufactured,... more »

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This might be a cheaper more efficient way to handle the migrant and asylum seekers.

It is estimated that ICE detention facilities cost from $135 per day to at least $300 per day for a family bed. Some of these tent cities can charge up to $750 per day.

In a kill-two-birds-with-one-stone approach, we could help those in financial straights with the pandemic while we can offer a better detention solution for much cheaper for the taxpayer.

The idea being to offer Spanish speakers with a spare bedroom,... more »

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