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The attack on Pearl Harbor still resonates; People always pay; Wise to continue to pursue ‘hub-and-spoke’ mental health model | Letters

Remember Pearl Harbor We are approaching the 81st anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. At 7 a.m. on that fateful Sunday morning, December 7, 1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy launched 351 aircraft in their surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Many of the 145 ships anchored there were bombed, killing over 2,400 Americans. The …

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My husband and I pay more for life insurance now than we ever have, but we're happy to spend $342 a month for peace of mind

My husband and I pay more for life insurance now than we ever have, but we’re happy to spend $342 a month for peace of mind

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ANZ, CBA and Westpac to pay $126 million to settle unwanted insurance class action lawsuit

ANZ, CBA and Westpac to pay $126 million to settle unwanted insurance class action lawsuit

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has also targeted unwanted consumer credit insurance in a series of reports and then regulatory action, resulting in the payment of an additional $270 million in reparations across the sector. . ASIC has filed a lawsuit against Westpac over certain ICC policies, with the Federal Court issuing findings against …

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In the nation's energy capital, 45% of Texans cut basic expenses to pay energy bills

In the nation’s energy capital, 45% of Texans cut basic expenses to pay energy bills

Texas may be the nation’s energy capital, but Texans aren’t getting a break on their energy bills — and many are feeling the pressure. Nearly 45% of residents said they had to give up basic necessities, such as food and medicine, in order to pay their energy bills, according to a Census Bureau Household Pulse …

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