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Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - April 22 2021


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Disney's special ability to self-govern its massive theme park may end

A functional local government built by the Walt Disney Corporation, tasked with maintaining its colossal Orlando theme park for the past 55 years, is now on the verge of being dismantled due to Florida Republicans. -Huffington Post

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Poll: More Than Half Of Americans Say Biden Not Tough Enough On Russia

A poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows 54% of Americans think Biden has been “not tough enough” in his response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Thirty-six percent think his approach has been about right, while 8% say he’s been too tough. -Huffington Post

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Moving in With Your Partner

How long were you dating your partner before living together? How do you split your bills with your partner?

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Don’t say give? Study finds it actually hurts charitable donations

When it comes to a good cause, people want to feel like they’re spending money on something worthwhile – not simply giving it away. It may sound like semantics, but researchers from The Ohio State University report it all comes down to control. Study authors say people feel like they have more control over their charitable donations when someone tells them they’re actively spending their money on a good cause, as opposed to “giving” their money away. “The word ‘give’ can have a more negative connotation than ‘spend’ to donors. ‘Give’ highlights how you’re being separated from your money, which is not appealing,” says study co-author Selin Malkoc, associate professor of marketing at Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business, in a university release.

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