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Here’s what’s in Mitch McConnell’s stimulus plan (no mention of $1,200 checks)

Here’s what’s in Mitch McConnell’s stimulus plan (no mention of $1,200 checks)

advertisementadvertisementAfter to take up a stimulus bill for coronavirus relief this week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell outlined what his striped-down plan would include in a on Saturday. The Senate is expected to vote on the proposal on Wednesday. Here’s what McConnell says it will include:advertisementNoticeably absent from the list? Additional aid for state and local governments and direct payments to Americans in the form of $1,200 stimulus checks. At $500 billion, McConnell’s plan is not even one-third the size of latest $1.8 trillion proposal from the White House—a deal...

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What’s up with Twitter’s disappearing tweets?

What’s up with Twitter’s disappearing tweets?

advertisementadvertisementA number of Twitter users on Wednesday complained about tweets being or from their timelines.advertisementThe issues appeared to begin right around the same time that Twitter experienced a surge in tweet activity related to the death of Breonna Taylor, leading to some speculation that Twitter was censoring tweets around a this afternoon.Twitter acknowledged the technical issues but denied they were related to any specific topic. Reached for comment, a spokesperson referred Fast Company to the following tweets:We’re also seeing a number of accounts incorrectly...

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Who actually boycotts brands? More liberals and college grads, it turns out

Who actually boycotts brands? More liberals and college grads, it turns out

You hear that a lot on social media these days, but do consumers actually make purchasing decisions based on the political stance of a particular brand? Many do, it turns out, but boycotts are not an even phenomenon across the political spectrum, according to new research from Morning Consult and Advertising Week.The firm found that liberal and well-educated Americans are far more likely to say they have stopped buying a product or service based on a company’s political stance compared to conservatives or consumers with less formal education. Based on Morning Consult’s nationally...

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