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Doing so not only would satisfy inmates’ requests, but also would avoid still further delays and bring long overdue closure for victims’ families.
By the early 1990s, it had not undergone an update since 1975, and Scribner, along with some readers, had concluded that one was long overdue.
The hikers were reported overdue Tuesday evening near Bear Mountain in Chugiak, outside Anchorage.
The requirement of masks in federal facilities and airports is long overdue.
This plan would make real investments in child care and paid family leave, while also giving us the financial relief that is so long overdue.
They view it as progress, as a necessary and long overdue disruption of the American Founding Fathers narrative.
The investment, however, is both overdue and critical to the long-term economic well-being of the American public.
A refund can also be garnished for state debts, such as overdue state taxes.
The overdue checks, totaling more than $500,000, will soon reach about 1,000 election workers whose payments were affected by a significant mail delay.
Spending it on long overdue investments in things like infrastructure, research, education and training is not just possible—it’s necessary.
DO GOVERNMENT DEFICITS MATTER?ALAN MURRAYJANUARY 20, 2021FORTUNE

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