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Advocates for physical education fear more cuts could be coming, as districts grapple with looming budget cuts stemming from the current economic downturn.
John Falcicchio, Bowser’s chief of staff and deputy mayor for economic development, said Shallal reached out in recent weeks to ask about obtaining the concrete barriers, which were soon provided by the city’s Department of Transportation.
Several states have also generated significant tax revenues and new jobs from the industry, which have been particularly prized during the economic slowdown caused by the pandemic.
They are disconnected from fundamental structures of society, a fissure that can have long-term emotional and economic ramifications.
The economic stimulus that Congress passed in December included $610 million for Metro, but transit officials say they expect to need at least one more federal boost late this year to make a final hurdle toward recovery.
The economic theory of network effects holds that a product or service becomes more valuable when you acquire more and more users.
They tucked into the $900 billion stimulus adopted late in 2020 a program that will pay rebates to broadband customers facing serious economic hardship.
On the other, there are new strains of the coronavirus taking hold, the desperate need for more vaccines and the on-going economic hardship that many Americans are facing.
Wyden and Sanders have publicly criticized the proposals to lower the income thresholds to $50,000, saying middle-class families have suffered pay cuts and other economic shocks and need relief, too.
This winter, anticipating a slow return of crowds and another year of heavy losses, the owners exercised the CBA’s force majeure clause, which required the sides to address economic hardships.

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