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How to buy seed savers, gun exchanges from a Utah gun shop

September 25, 2021 Comments Off on How to buy seed savers, gun exchanges from a Utah gun shop By admin

The Utah Department of Public Safety has launched an online marketplace to buy and sell seed saver cards to help protect rural residents from the gun violence they’ve been living through.

The new program, known as The Utah Gun Exchange, was announced Wednesday by Gov.

Gary Herbert, who said the goal is to “create a safe, secure, and legal way for people to buy seeds, seeds and fertilizer online, with the support of their elected officials.”

The website, called Seed Saver Card, will accept U.S. dollars and credit cards.

People who buy seed-saving cards can redeem them for seed-savings and fertilizer at a variety of local seed-selling businesses.

The cards are good for up to three years.

“This is the best option that we can offer to protect the people of Utah from gun violence,” Herbert said.

“The Utah Gun exchange is the perfect solution for Utah residents to buy, sell and store seeds and seed supplies online.”

The state is one of three states to have seed-saver cards.

A new program in New York is also accepting credit cards and online payments.

“We are working to create a seed saving card that is as secure and reliable as possible,” Herbert told The Associated Press.

“We want to provide the seed savest card holder with the security of having access to their seed saved cards.”


U.S. labor exchange closes to ‘humanitarian’ exchange program

September 14, 2021 Comments Off on U.S. labor exchange closes to ‘humanitarian’ exchange program By admin


— The United States has shut down its labor exchange program in the Middle East, leaving some 4 million Americans unemployed and tens of thousands of others with no recourse for unemployment benefits.

The U.N. Economic and Social Council on Monday unanimously condemned the U.K. decision to halt the exchange program after the U., Canada and Israel withdrew from it.

The council urged the U, U.A.E., and other countries to continue their efforts to find a peaceful solution to the conflict in the region, which has killed more than 10,000 Palestinians and nearly 600 Israelis since 1967.

The council said the UNAIDS and the International Labor Organization should continue to carry out work to address the root causes of the conflict and to protect the rights of workers.

It urged states to continue working toward an inclusive and equitable solution.

A U.B.C. study last year said U.M.A.-Israel has contributed to more than one million layoffs and about 40,000 job losses.

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