The Daily Populous

Saturday March 2nd, 2019 evening edition

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There’s more bad news for taxpayers.

A government report has revealed that 11 million taxpayers are losing out on $323 billion worth of deductions due to a punishing change in President Donald Trump’s tax law.

The hard news comes after early filers were stunned by shrinking — to vanishing — tax refunds.

The deduction wallop detailed in the government report centers on capped deductions for state and local taxes — including real estate taxes.

The cap was imposed to help pay for huge tax cuts to corporations, whose tax rates were slashed from 35 percent to 21 percent.

The deduction hit is so staggering that it could end up swamping modest gains taxpayers had expected to enjoy due to tax cuts.

Several states ― including New York and New Jersey ― are challenging the deduction cap in court, claiming the new tax law is unconstitutional because of federal overreach and the harm to some states and their residents. »

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China banned millions of people with poor social credit from transportation in 2018

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The government rolled out the travel ban on people with low social credit scores last May.

That’s up from only 6.15 million citizens being blocked from taking flights as of 2017, according to China’s supreme court.

By 2020, China aims to have a file on every Chinese citizen that includes all the data collected on their behavior, according to publicly available government documents translated here. »

Entire staffs at 3 Sonic locations quit after wages cut to '$4/hour plus tips'

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CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio ( ) - "Due to the whole store has quit" reads a letter posted on the window of a Sonic restaurant in Ohio.

, the workers were angry over their pay being cut from Ohio's minimum wage of $8.55/hour to $4.00/hour plus tips.

Effective Monday, February 25, eight SONIC Drive-Ins in the Columbus, Ohio market will be under new ownership and management. »

Anti-vaccine movies disappear from Amazon after CNN Business report

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New York (CNN Business) Amazon has apparently started removing anti-vaccine documentaries from its Amazon Prime Video streaming service.

The move came days after a CNN Business report highlighted the anti-vaccine comment available on the site, and hours after Rep. Adam Schiff wrote an open letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, saying he is concerned "that Amazon is surfacing and recommending" anti-vaccination books and movies.

Amazon also had not removed some anti-vaccine books that CNN Business had previously reported on, which users searching the site could mistake for offering neutral information accepted by the public health community. »