The Daily Populous

Wednesday May 17th, 2023 day edition

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Adam Frisch will try again to unseat Rep. Lauren Boebert.

The story has been updated to reflect that she won reelection by 546 votes. U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, who represents Colorado's 3rd Congressional District, has filed for divorce from her husband.

The Republican representing Colorado Congressional District 3 filed the petition for divorce from Jayson Boebert last month.

Boebert narrowly won reelection for the U.S. House seat by 546 votes last November to Democrat Adam Frisch.

In March, Boebert, 36, announced that she is going to become a grandmother. »

Hungary confirms it has blocked payment from EU fund that provides military support for Ukraine

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Budapest believes that this EU instrument should also be used to support the Balkans and North Africa, and it is "very important for these issues to be clarified".

In early February, the Council of the European Union approved the latest seventh tranche of military assistance to Ukraine from the fund, as well as the allocation of funds for the EU training mission for the Ukrainian military.

In addition, in early May, the EU Council resolved to allocate €1 billion from the European Peace Facility as part of its initiative to provide Ukraine with artillery ammunition. »

First strippers’ union in a decade is expected to form this week

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The negotiation is expected following a settlement hearing with union attorneys.

When ballots are officially opened later this week, the strippers are expected to overwhelmingly win the union election, forming the first known union of strippers in the United States since the nation’s only unionized strip club, the Lusty Lady, closed in San Francisco in 2013.

The union representing the dancers said the partnership made sense and praised them for their tenacity. »

Taco Bell is fighting to cancel the ‘Taco Tuesday’ trademark

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Since Taco John’s owns the trademark, other restaurants and companies must seek permission to use “Taco Tuesday” in branding and advertising.

“Taco Bell has not reached out to us, so we have no comment on any possible trademark action,” Taco John’s said in a statement.

“Taco John’s would like to thank our worthy competitors at Taco Bell for reminding everyone that ‘Taco Tuesday’ is best celebrated at Taco John’s – the trademark owner of Taco Tuesday.”. »