The Daily Populous

Wednesday August 29th, 2018 evening edition

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In the EU summer time survey, the vast majority of participants voted to end the transition in the spring and autumn.

A report from the "Westphalia post" was confirmed to the German press office on Tuesday evening in Brussels.

However, the EU Commission has not officially commented on the outcome.

More than 80 percent of participants asked for information from the magazine for an end of back and forth.

The Brussels Authority is currently investigating the European Parliament's invitation, how to proceed with the time change regulated by EU legislation.

And they could check if the cases were going to be quite permanent, the summer or winter should apply.

The EU countries should then be able to decide whether they want a permanent summer or winter season all year round. »

People with a conspiracy mentality show less of a bias in favor of historical experts, study finds

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If you’re high in the personality trait known as conspiracy mentality, you might not see much of a difference.

New research suggests that people with a conspiratorial mindset tend to view experts and non-experts as equally credible sources of historical information.

Across all four studies, the researchers found that a conspiracy mentality was associated with reduced trust in authoritative and expert sources. »

Nevada collects $69.8M in marijuana tax, exceeding expectations

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LAS VEGAS - Nevada far exceeded its marijuana tax revenue during its first year of adult-use sales.

The tax collections totaled $69.8 million for the first fiscal year, about 140 percent of what the state expected, according to a news release from the Nevada Department of Taxation.

The Department of Taxation transferred $27.5 million to the State Distributive School Account to pay for education. »

Devin Nunes Explains Why He’s Less Conservative Than He Used to Be

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It’s an inland district near Fresno that’s about 60 percent Republican and voted decisively for both John McCain and Mitt Romney.

“Ten per cent were about ‘Chemtrails from airplanes are poisoning me’ to every other conspiracy theory that’s out there.

They may be in the majority, but until they do something about their out-to-lunch faction they’re not going to get much done. »