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While cryptocurrency and related assets in the European Union are highly volatile and require careful monitoring, they still make up just a small part of the market and do not currently pose a threat to its financial stability, according to a new report released by the European Central Bank.
Minnesota’s governor and legislative leaders have agreed on a state budget for the next biennium that includes the governor’s proposed continuation of a health care provider tax but omits his proposed gas tax and transportation provisions.
The bill that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to sign into law in the coming weeks will create a state regulated hemp production program, introducing a potential source of economic growth and relief for farmers left struggling after recent natural disasters, say Kerry Zinn and Leonel Peraza of Bressler Amery.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill on Monday that would direct government agencies to collaborate with foreign governments and international organizations in an attempt to increase internet access in developing countries.
The NCAA turned heads last week when it said it will consider changing rules that prevent athletes from cashing in on their popularity, a move that experts say shows the organization is bending to legal and political pressure on amateurism or at least attempting to do so on its own terms.