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Held a meeting with His Majesty the Kabaka of Buganda Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II at Nakasero State Lodge. His Majesty was in the company of Owek. Charles Peter Mayiga and Prince David Wasajja. We discussed matters of mutual interest.

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Later today, I’m chairing a Judiciary Subcommittee hearing to help rebuild the process for resolving oversight disputes between Congress and the Executive Branch.

📢 @REVV_Racing  by @animocabrands  and its 7-day Alpha Inaugural tournament are officially launching on August 11! Players can compete to win from a prize pool of US$150,000 💵 You only need one $REVV car NFT to play🏎️ Get ready now #PlaytoEarn  @maticnetwork 

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The 4th wave Louisiana, now the highest per capita rate of covid globally (for a state or country). It's also noteworthy that 72% of the world's population hasn't even had its 1st vaccine shot and there are enough here for every American to be fully vaccinated.

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NYC will require proof of vaccination for workers and customers at indoor restaurants, gyms and entertainment venues, de Blasio announced. "It's time for people to see vaccination as literally necessary to living a good and full and healthy life"

@FT "Big Read" is on President "Joe #Biden ’s presidency vulnerabl[ity] to #inflation " Legit worry: Inflation can derail the recovery/President's transformational policy agenda. Answer isn't less fiscal policy. Rather, it's less monetary stimulus, more financial prudential focus.

I thank His Majesty the Kabaka of Buganda Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II for the courtesy call.

NEW: @HSBC  confirmed Tuesday it is blocking U.K. customers from using credit cards to make payments to the crypto exchange @binance_2017  "wherever possible. @Tanzeel_Akhtar  By

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