Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - March 18 2021

Newsletter 03/18/2022

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Poll: Over 60 Percent of Americans Oppose ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bills

One bill that is awaiting the signature of Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis -- titled "Parental Rights in Education" -- has been dubbed by critics the "Don't Say Gay" bill because it seeks to ban discussion of gender and sexuality issues with younger students. A new poll found that more than 6 out of 10 Americans are against legislation prohibiting classroom discussion over sexual orientation or gender identity. The ABC News/Ipsos poll discovered that 62 percent of Americans oppose this legislation and 37 percent of Americans support it.

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Over half of Americans have medical debt, even those with health insurance

A quarter of Americans owe $10,000 or more in medical debt, even though half of them have health insurance that’s supposed to minimize excessive health-care costs, a new survey finds. From a selection of survey options, 46% of respondents with medical debt selected emergency room visits as the biggest reason for their debt. Just over 30% of respondents also selected Covid-19 treatment, and 23% also selected mental health treatment, according to a survey by Affordable Health Insurance, which polled 1,250 Americans. Around 55% of the total respondents report having medical debt of some kind, saying that it affects their other financial goals. In fact, nearly half of people with medical debt say that it has prevented them from buying a house or saving for retirement.

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Your Favorite Snacks Are Getting Smaller Thanks to 'Shrinkflation'


Downsizing products has been going on for decades, but recent inflation-related changes have hit beloved products like Doritos and Wheat Thins.-Foodandwine.com

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Two odd flavored ice creams are back!

At a time when everyone is in search of viral success, stunt products have become commonplace as big name brands seek to "break the internet." Brooklyn-based creamery Van Leeuwen created a Kraft Mac & Cheese Ice Cream that was so good and so popular that it just received a nationwide launch at Walmart. Ohio-based creamery Jeni's Splendid produced an Everything Bagel ice cream last year that sold out in record time, leaving thousands of people waiting for its return. And so, over a year after its initial launch, Everything Bagel ice cream has an official return date: March 21.

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