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That means helping finance the transition to clean energy, supporting female entrepreneurs starting sustainable businesses, and backing development in climate action, gender equality, and financial education for disadvantaged customers.
He wants to increase that number and give preference to businesses that hire and serve people in disadvantaged communities.
Analysis of the algorithm also revealed that it had disproportionately hurt students from working-class and disadvantaged communities and inflated the scores of students from private schools.
Since the measure specified that new PLAs would require apprenticeships, include community benefit provisions and exempt disadvantaged businesses, the city would still run afoul of state law, Scott Kronland, a Building Trades lawyer, wrote.
Whether or not you accept this verdict, these disparities are prompting questions about the fitness of the US public health system and America’s ability to protect its most vulnerable and disadvantaged citizens from contagious diseases.
And he is so little ashamed of or disadvantaged by his condition that he is not prepared to spend an hour in remedying it.
My budget adopts a hopeful new approach to help the poor and the disadvantaged.
Special targeting will give special help to the truly disadvantaged among our people.
But additional jobs for the disadvantaged deserve special attention.
Therefore, I will propose a new program to encourage businesses to hire young and disadvantaged Americans.

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