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Substandard living, Route 66 business, and Michigan SOTS
VNN Weekly Digest January 24-30
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
Amid a housing industry boom, renters are paying more for substandard homes
(NATIONAL) A limited supply of rental units and a high demand for all types of housing forced rents up 11% nationally last year, largely benefiting housing providers and hurting renters.
Southwest Trading Company opens on Route 66
(OKLAHOMA) A father and daughter opened up a local shop selling Native American made and handmade items on historic Route 66 in Tulsa.
Whitmer touches on lower costs for insulin and electric vehicles during SOTS
(MICHIGAN) Whitmer touched on several topics during the speech ranging from fixing the roads, infrastructure, education, inflation, abortion, and lowering costs for insulin and electric vehicles. She also touched on the challenges she's faced as governor such as the pandemic, the historic flooding in Midland County, the plot to kidnap and murder her, and the recession.
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(NATIONAL) Flowers, candy, and jewelry might seem like the surefire way to a woman’s heart this Valentine’s Day, but maybe it's time to think outside the (chocolate) box.
WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) A storm system will produce locally heavy snow across the northern Cascades/Rockies before impacting the Northern Plains with gusty winds and potential blizzard conditions, heavy rain and scattered flash floods will be possible throughout southeast Texas, and a potent cold front traversing the Pacific Northwest and Northern Rockies will spread moderate snowfall across the higher terrain, with totals up to a foot in spots.
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