Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - August 12 2021

Newsletter 08/12/2022

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Gas prices fall below $4 for 1st time since March

The national average price for a gallon of gas fell below $4 on Thursday for the first time since early March, according to AAA data. The milestone was reached after more than 55 consecutive days of declining prices at the pump.-ABC News

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Survey: 68% of Americans regularly play video games

A survey recently published by CenturyLinkQuote.com studied the gaming habits in Americans ages 16 to 54+ and produced some interesting findings. It showed that 68% of Americans regularly play video games – a figure that skyrocketed during the first and second year of the pandemic. In 2021, Americans’ weekly time spent gaming with others increased from 6.6 hours in 2020 to 7.5 hours, according to Statista. Boomers were split 50-50 between playing regularly or just “sometimes” and most commonly spend just one to three hours of gaming each week. 53% said they prefer mobile gaming.

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'Little Mermaid' Star Halle Bailey Reveals How She Faced Racism Over Disney Role

Actor Halle Bailey is revealing how she responded to racist criticism after news broke that she’d star in the live-action remake of “The Little Mermaid” next year. Bailey, who is black, faced backlash, including social media hashtags, such as #NotMyAriel, which called into question the casting decision, as Ariel is white in the original movie.

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Colorado to stop sales tax on diapers and menstrual products

Beginning August 10, Colorado will no longer charge a sales tax on diapers, incontinence products and menstrual products thanks to a law which was signed by Gov. Jared Polis earlier this year. "This new bi-partisan law finally ends the sales tax on diapers and feminine hygiene products permanently and starts saving people money on these necessary products," Polis said in news release Monday. Lawmakers who sponsored the bill are hoping the tax exemption on these necessities will allow people to access them more easily. -CBS News

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