Federal officials have said that most of the illnesses nationwide seem linked to concentrated marijuana oil vape products, largely those purchased from unlicensed sellers. However, 17 percent of affected patients interviewed nationwide reported vaping only nicotine. … [Read more...] about First vaping-related death reported in Mass.
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New Hampshire Attorney General’s office spokeswoman Kate Spiner says the office is aware of the situation and is working in conjunction with the Hillsborough County Attorney. … [Read more...] about Police respond to a church shooting in Pelham, New Hampshire
Credit score reflects someone’s capability to manage finances. A poor credit score means that the person was not able to pay his debts, he still has debts to pay or it is late with payments. Naturally, insurance companies are reluctant when it comes to insuring such people. A credit score equal to or better than 650 (FICO credit score system) means that the person is good at managing his money and debt. The risk of insuring the person goes down. Car insurance premiums also slowly go down. Drivers with bad credit score should seek to improve it before renewal. There are certain ways to repair a credit score. First, ask for credit score reports. Carefully check the report and look for incorrect items and report them to cred Credit Bureau. Use balance transfer credit cards. They have an introductory period of 0% APR that will help the client consolidate credit. Financial advisors will also help people get a better credit score. Autocarinsurancecheap.com is an online provider of … [Read more...] about Improve Credit Score Will Help Drivers Get Cheaper Car Insurance
The mid-level Delta SkyMiles Gold card will become a much stronger card if much of your spending is on dining and groceries. The SkyMiles you earn on those purchases will double from 1 per dollar spent to 2. You’ll still get 2 miles per dollar on Delta purchases. … [Read more...] about Delta’s SkyMiles credit cards just became a lot more rewarding
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board voted Tuesday to tighten ethics rules following the arrest of three former agency executives, including its retired chief executive, Rossi Ralenkotter. … [Read more...] about Las Vegas tourist agency adopts new rules on gifts, travel