Governor Larry Hogan – Official Website of the Governor of Maryland

Annapolis, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today announced the completion of the installation of energy-efficient lighting at the Annapolis Capital Complex and surrounding state office buildings. Maryland’s Department of General Services (DGS) Office of Energy and Sustainability is responsible for ensuring that the purchase and consumption of energy in state operations minimizes …

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What should you consider when considering getting a payday loan?

Once the loan is accepted by the credit company, the amount is immediately credited to your account. Online payday loans are received simply and in a timely manner. Online payday loans are a fantastic choice for people who have little money to meet their needs. Regardless of the name, these …

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Ethics watchdog releases report on payday loan industry lobbying

It’s become a cycle of desperation for low-income residents with bad credit scores: They take out a high-interest installment loan to get by in tough times and soon rack up an unmanageable burden. They pay off old debts with new loans at rates up to 175%. For years, state legislators …

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County hopes co-op purchase will inspire public to buy electric vehicles

County officials and transportation partners on Thursday launched a cooperative buying program aimed at making electric vehicles more affordable and attractive to residents. County Executive Marc Elrich and his administration asked residents to sign a pledge of support for the initiative and the co-op. Elrich hopes for 1,000 residents and …

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‘Fatwa’ Issued Against Bitcoin as Crypto Declared Haram in Indonesia

The most recent announcement of the country has raised many questions regarding the acceptance of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. If not legally, can it become a method of obstruction now? Indonesia against Bitcoin? Tajdid Central Leadership (PP) Muhammadiyah and Tarjih Assembly today issued a fatwa against cryptocurrencies. According to the …

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Attorney General James sues Energy Service Company for overcharging and deceiving consumers

Major Energy New Yorkers overburdened despite promising savings, and Consumer Energy Service Providers Switched Without Consent NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James today filed a lawsuit against Major Energy Services LLC and Major Energy Electric Services, LLC (together, Major Energy) for overcharging and misleading New York consumers …

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Power Finance Corp and REC cut lending rates on all loan types

State-run non-bank financial companies – Power Finance Corporation (PFC) and REC Ltd – cut their lending rates for all types of loans by 40 basis points. PFC and REC Ltd have further reduced their lending rates for all types of loans by 40 basis points, according to a statement from …

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How to beat the supply chain drama affecting Sydney supermarkets

As staff shortages continue to plague industries across the country, thinning supermarket shelves and the reinstatement of purchase limits have made customers anxious. But Stan Liacos, managing director of Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market, says there’s no need to worry food shortages aren’t the case everywhere – you just need to …

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Losses due to illegal schemes, loans reach US$8.2 billion in 2011–2021

Palu, C Sulawesi (ANTARA) – Losses from illegal investment schemes and loans involving millions of victims reached 117.4 trillion rupees or around 8.2 billion US dollars in the decade of 2011 -2021, said the Financial Services Authority (OJK). According to Wiwit Puspasari, Deputy Head of OJK’s Investment Warning Task Force, …

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