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Martin Lewis, the popular money-saving expert, has outdone himself in 2022, helping millions of Britons to navigate a desperately bleak cost of living crisis with thoughtful financial advice at a time when many are in need of all the practical help they can get.

Bringing compassion and expertise to his appearances on his ITV programme The Martin Lewis Money Show Live, via his BBC podcast, his website and newsletter and through his regular media interviews, Lewis is providing a welcome public service to those struggling to make ends meet.

No concern is too small to warrant his attention and, in the latest episode of The Martin Lewis Podcast, the financial guru revealed an ingenious approach to calculating the cheapest way to cook a meal at home.

Following a discussion about the merits of using a dehumidifier to dry clothes rather than switching on the central heating – in which he instructed listeners to measure the wattage of appliances against an average cost of domestic energy usage of 34p per kilowatt per hour – he encouraged his audience to consider whether acquiring an air fryer might likewise prove cheaper than cooking with an oven or a microwave on the same basis.

“The problem with the equation for heating equipments is an oven is going to be about 2,000 watts (w),” he said.

“A microwave I believe, from memory… gives you consistent heat whereas an oven is warming up to full temperature and then topping it up so it isn’t running at full power the whole time.

“But if you’re doing a jacket potato for 10 minutes it’s going to be far cheaper than doing a single jacket potato in an oven and keeping it on for an hour and a half.

“However, if you were doing a full roast dinner and you were cooking many of them, that is where it’s probably cheaper than putting five or six jacket potatoes in a microwave because each additional object you put in a microwave, you need to keep it on longer because a microwave just heats the individual object.”

He concluded: “The general equation is: find the wattage of an item, then work out how many kilowatts or what fraction of a kilowatt it’s using, then multiply that by 34p per hour of use.

“If you had a 1,000w microwave and you put it on for 10 minutes, one kilowatt for a sixth of an hour, a sixth of 34p is about 6p, shall we say? So it’s 6p turning the microwave on for that amount of time. So yes it’s a very useful equation.”

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Killexams : Murray administrator resigns one week after arrest
Rachelle Terry accused of having sexual relationship with a student and providing alcohol to minors

CHATSWORTH, Georgia (WDEF) – An official in the Murray County school system has resigned after her arrest last week.

Rachelle Terry was arrested last week.

She faces charges of statutory rape and child molestation after investigators said she had a relationship with a student.

Terry also faces charges of providing alcohol to underage teens at a Halloween party.

She was the director of enrollment, data collection and federal programs for the school system.

Terry had been on administrative leave since returning from Thanksgiving break.

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Killexams : Alaska’s top election administrator set to retire this week
By Iris Samuels

Updated: December 7, 2022 Published: December 7, 2022

Alaska Division of Elections director Gail Fenumiai

Alaska’s top elections administrator is leaving her position at the end of this week, after overseeing the state’s first ranked choice elections.

Division of Elections Director Gail Fenumiai’s last day in the job will be Friday. “My focus now, as it has always been, is the division,” Fenumiai said in an email.

Fenumiai has been in the role since 2019, when she was appointed by former Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer. She previously served as the state’s elections director between 2008 and 2015, and is a 20-year veteran of administering Alaska’s elections.

Meyer shared that Fenumiai had decided to retire in an interview on Tuesday. Fenumiai said later in the day that she would not be available for an interview on her decision until after the conclusion of two recounts in legislative races, scheduled to take place on Wednesday and Thursday.

Meyer, who announced his retirement from politics late last year and was replaced by Lt. Gov. Nancy Dahlstrom on Monday, attributed Fenumiai’s departure to the toll of election misinformation that has weighed on election officials since 2020, when former President Donald Trump cast doubt on the results of the presidential election, leading to a wave of unfounded election denialism from his supporters.

“It was a challenge at times to educate and convince people that maybe the information that they got from the MyPillow Guy isn’t necessarily accurate and you should trust your election folks who actually work here on the frontlines,” Meyer said Tuesday, referring to avid Trump follower Mike Lindell. “It didn’t impact me so much because I’m used to — having been in the Legislature so long — you’re used to having people who don’t necessarily agree with you. But it did take a toll on our election workers.”

“So we are losing a lot of knowledge and talent out of our elections department. That concerns me and I’ve talked to Nancy about it,” Meyer added, referring to the incoming lieutenant governor, who will oversee Alaska’s elections and be responsible for choosing Fenumiai’s successor. “The pros are that now Nancy can bring in her own team to run elections but I think the con is that she also loses some valuable experience.”

Dahlstrom has declined to speak about her position on the outcome of the 2020 presidential election or the administration of Alaska’s elections.

The lieutenant governor’s office directed questions on Tuesday to the governor’s communications staff. Spokespeople for the governor did not respond to multiple emails and calls seeking comment from Dahlstrom.

Meyer said his suggestion to Dahlstrom was to hire from within the existing ranks of the Division of Elections.

“I do think there are definitely some qualified people within the Division of Elections now that she could pick to be the director,” Meyer said.

In addition to Fenumiai, the election administrator overseeing the Fairbanks office — one of five regional offices across the state — has left the division, effective earlier this month. Division of Elections spokesperson Tiffany Montemayor said two other regional administrators, based in Anchorage and Nome, were hired after the 2020 election, “and that took a while.” Neither of the two administrators were hired internally from the division, she said.

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Montemayor said in an email that Fenumiai had made the decision in September to retire following the conclusion of the election held in November.

During a live-streamed ranked choice tabulation late last month, Fenumiai broke into tears as she thanked election workers “for their integrity, hard work and dedication.”

“No matter what it takes, you do what it takes to get the job done,” she said. “Alaska voters are lucky to have you at the helm.”

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Killexams : Dallas County wants more from its top election administrator

Dallas County commissioners said the November midterm election was better run than in previous years, but further improvement is needed.

Commissioners told the county’s top election official on Tuesday that they want issues resolved sooner, better transparency, and election workers paid more quickly.

One commissioner was much harder on Elections Administrator Michael Scarpello than his colleagues.

“The point is that you have failed,” Commissioner John Wiley Price said.

At their regular meeting, Scarpello presented commissioners with an analysis of last month’s election revealing that voters waited in line an average of 1.2 minutes on early voting days, and 3.7 minutes on Election Day. More than 600,000 – or about 44 percent of voters – cast ballots.

He reiterated his multi-year plan to restructure and invest millions into the county election department, which oversees elections across all of Dallas County.

“We had, not a perfect election, but a very good election,” Scarpello told commissioners.

There were concerns ahead of the election from the public and county officials, but Scarpello said last month that a well-run operation assuaged anxiety.

Over the summer, the city of Dallas and the public shared worries that previous elections saw long queues for voters, disparities in county support by north and south county election workers, and a long wait for these workers to receive their paychecks.

Scarpello told commissioners the county had sufficient staffing, equipment and ballots for the November election

Price disagreed and pulled out dozens of pages of alleged election complaints, studying them off in the public meeting.

He said election workers complained that they did not receive enough ballots – to which Scarpello said those issues were quickly addressed – and that they were expected to carry in heavy equipment and voting locations were chosen at the last minute.

“This is poor management and it’s inexcusable,” he said.

County Judge Clay Jenkins said he is pleased with the dedication and hard work of Scarpello and election staff and voting center workers.

Commissioners Theresa Daniel and Elba Garcia said the department’s technical advancements were impressive, such as a reduced mail-in ballot rejection rate and faster vote times, but added that there is much more to be done.

Daniel said that she heard from several people who were concerned when the number of ballots being cast that were recorded on voting machines began increasing after 7 p.m. when polls began to close.

In a post on its website, the county elections department said this was not a problem. On Election Day, Dallas County processed over 200,000 voters on the e-pollbooks, a directory of registered voters. There was a delay in the downloading of the total number of votes cast across the county’s e-pollbooks.

“Once the polls closed at 7 p.m. on Election Day, the upload traffic on the network decreased and, as a result, the downloads appeared to have sped up significantly,” the department said.

The company Dallas County contracted with, Election Systems & Software, said this activity is normal.

Daniel wants more public engagement on issues such as this.

“There have been so many examples where the people’s side of the election has not been tended to,” Daniel said. “There have been improvements, but there are significant areas that have not improved.”

Price and the elections administrator disagreed over whether election workers were paid in a timely manner.

The elections department issued paychecks for more than 3,800 workers, and about 1,300 have already picked theirs up in person, Scarpello said. The rest of the poll workers should be paid by Dec. 9.

Following payroll issues in May, the elections department wanted to record time and pay workers electronically, rather than on paper and by mailed checks. May 2022 election workers waited weeks to be paid, according to public testimony at a June 22 Dallas County Elections Committee meeting. The county then promised to work on the problem.

Scarpello previously told The News he planned to allow election workers to be paid by direct deposit, but that option was denied by County Auditor Darryl Thomas, who told commissioners that the two weeks he was given to input thousands of workers into the payroll system was not sufficient.

“I considered it a risk,” Thomas said Tuesday.

Price blamed Scarpello, saying the elections administrator should have looped in the auditor’s office sooner, and people should get their paychecks sooner than they did.

Scarpello said he had to wait until the commissioners approved legislation that would start the process for payroll entries.

“These checks were issued within three weeks, if you exclude the two lost days for the holiday,” Scarpello said. “That’s probably faster than they have ever been delivered, so I’m not sure what all the hand-wringing is about.”

Dallas County Treasurer Pauline Medrano said that poll workers are normally paid before Thanksgiving. Scarpello responded that the election was on Nov. 8 this year, not Nov. 1 like in some previous years. Price asked Medrano if there has ever been a challenge like this year in getting paychecks to people, and she replied, “no sir.”

Jenkins wanted to look toward the next election. The auditor told commissioners direct deposit should be set up for November 2023 elections.

“Theoretically people should be paid by the end of the week, right?” he said. “I know we’ve got a lot of work to do, with getting everyone to work together on improving the system for next time.”

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Killexams : Anne Heche's Son Homer Laffoon, 20, Named General Administrator of Her Estate

Anne Heche's older son Homer Laffoon has been named general administrator of her estate after a months-long legal battle with her ex James Tupper that began after the actress died following a car crash in August.

The 20-year-old has been vying to take legal control over Heche's remaining assets despite legal objections from Tupper, 57. In court in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Homer — whom Heche shared with ex-husband Coleman Laffoon — scored a legal victory when Judge Lee Bogdanoff named him to a permanent position of power.

Homer's attorney Bryan Phipps issued a statement to PEOPLE after the hearing: "We believe the court reached the correct result this morning, both legally and equitably, and are glad to have this phase of the process behind us. With Mr. Tupper's allegations and objections now resolved, we are hopeful the administration of the Estate can proceed without unnecessary complication."

Anne Heche Homer Laffoon James Tupper. getty (2); Anne Heche/Instagram

The judge did issue the caveat that Homer could be removed as administrator if any evidence of fraud or embezzlement surfaces related to the estate. (This proviso seemingly was issued in response to Tupper's claim that $200,000 worth of jewelry has gone missing that Heche owned at the time of their relationship just four years ago.) But up to this point, said Judge Bodganoff, there has been no evidence of wrongdoing.

With Heche's second memoir schedule to released in January and residuals for her acting roles still incoming, Judge Bodganoff noted the estate's value is not set, so he scheduled a future hearing on the matter to address an $800,000 bond on the estate Homer previously requested.

Wednesday's decision comes more than a month after Homer was granted expanded "special powers" as the special administrator of Heche's estate, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.

Anne Heche and homer Laffoon. Rachel Murray/Getty

Homer was granted permission to "take possession of all the personal property of the estate of the decedent and preserve it from damage, waste, and injury," according to the documents. He is required to move the property into a storage facility and inventory the items within five days of the relocation.

He was also granted the power to protect the interests of Heche in "the publication agreement" of her forthcoming book.

Additionally, Homer is able to receive copies of Heche's financial records and file personal tax returns on her behalf. The documents state that Homer is now able to "commence and maintain or defend" suits and other legal proceedings.

Tupper previously objected to Homer's latest request for the court to "expand his authority" over his late mother's estate, citing poor treatment of his and Heche's son, 13-year-old Atlas.

Tupper, 57, previously alleged that Homer "has acted in a hostile manner" towards his half brother and "has refused to communicate with him or his representatives at all."

JC Olivera/Getty; Anne Heche/Instagram

"Further, Atlas has no confidence in [Homer]'s ability to meet his fiduciary obligations to Atlas," the filing stated, adding that Homer has allegedly not inventoried their mother's belongings, per his agreement with Tupper and Atlas, before they place the items in storage.

Tupper's attorney Christopher B. Johnson previously argued that Homer already had some of the powers he'd requested from the court, which they said "underscores his lack of competence and inability to preserve estate assets."

Johnson repeated those claims in court on Wednesday, claiming "mismanagement" by Homer, but Judge Bogdanoff declared there was no evidence of any malfeasance by Homer, nor any credence to Tupper's claims. (When Homer was named special administrator in late October, the filing indicated that Tupper's objection had been "reviewed and considered.")

Judge Bodganoff added at this latest hearing that he has "encouraged the brothers to talk about things" twice, noting that "Atlas was caught in the crossfire" of the legal battle over control of the estate.

RELATED VIDEO: Anne Heche's Son Homer Claims Actress's Signature on Will Presented by Ex James Tupper Is Invalid

After Homer filed papers to assume control of his mother's estate in September, he and Tupper have been locked in a legal battle. Although Homer claimed that his mother didn't have a will, Tupper said Heche named him the executor more than a decade ago. Homer has since argued that the signature on his mother's purported will is not valid, while accusing Tupper of preventing him from communicating with his younger brother.

The pair has also been fighting for guardianship ad litem of Atlas, with Tupper arguing earlier this month that Homer has "conflicts of interest" in the custody battle for his biological son as it relates to Heche's estate, and that appointing him custody "would actually harm the interests" of Atlas.

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Heche died after being involved in a car accident in Los Angeles on Aug. 5. After being in a coma, the state of California declared Heche legally dead on Aug. 12. She was temporarily kept on life support in order to prepare her organs for donation. On Aug. 14, her rep confirmed to PEOPLE she had been taken off life support.

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Killexams : CNN’s chief outlines changes to network after layoffs, including end of live programming on HLN

New York CNN Business  — 

CNN on Thursday executed sweeping layoffs and implemented a series of changes that impacted multiple divisions across the news organization, including ending live programming on HLN, the company’s chief executive, Chris Licht, said in a memo to employees.

“The changes we are making today are necessary and will make us stronger and better positioned to place big bets going forward without fear of failure,” Licht wrote in his memo.

The layoffs, which started Wednesday and were expected to impact hundreds of employees, largely had been completed by Thursday afternoon. A CNN spokesperson declined to say how many employees were let go, but the cuts targeted several areas of the company, including some on-air talent and members of management.

The series of changes, which came after Licht conducted a months-long review of CNN’s business after taking over in May as the network’s head, notably included the ending of live programming on HLN, CNN’s longtime sister channel. Licht said that, starting December 6, CNN “will no longer produce live programming for HLN.”

HLN will instead simulcast “CNN This Morning” and, Licht said, HLN’s crime programming will move under the purview of Kathleen Finch, a programming executive at Warner Bros. Discovery, CNN’s parent company.

“I want to take a moment to thank Robin Meade — she is not only an exceptionally popular anchor, but also one of the longest-running morning hosts in history,” Licht wrote in his memo. “I know the HLN audience will miss her and the other HLN talent.”

Licht said that the network was “also shifting our approach to paid contributors,” after cutting from its stable of commentators on Wednesday.

“In some areas, we will rely more on our CNN journalists,” Licht wrote. “Overall, we will engage contributors who are subject-matter experts that expand and diversify the viewpoints we bring our audience.”

Licht said that other changes included CNN International “reorganizing some of its teams and bureaus.” And he said, effective immediately, CNN International’s 5 pm ET show “will be replaced by a simulcast of CNN US for that half hour.”

CNN en Español, Licht said, will move to diversify its audience beyond news. Licht said CNN will still produce news for the channel, but will “look to develop a far more robust digital platform for CNNE with the aim of launching it in 2024.”

Licht also announced several other divisions were undergoing restructuring, including U.S. newsgathering, operations, research, creative marketing, and programming.

When the layoffs commenced on Wednesday, Licht described the process as one that would be a “gut punch” to the network, telling employees in a memo that “it is incredibly hard to say goodbye to any one member of the CNN team, much less many.”

Employees at the company had been anxiously bracing for the layoffs since Licht informed them last month that “unsettling” changes lie ahead.

The layoffs come as media companies are being battered by brutal economic headwinds that have taken a bat to the advertising sector. Licht noted in October, when he signaled large cuts were coming, that there is “widespread concern over the global economic outlook” and that CNN “must factor that risk into [its] long-term planning.”

Other media organizations have also cut costs as they work to best position themselves for the stormy economic climate. Disney said last week the company needed to restructure, and AMC Networks announced Tuesday that it would cut 20% of its staff. Social media companies such as Meta, which also rely on advertising revenue, have also executed layoffs in recent months.

CNN, which still posts profits in the hundreds of millions of dollars, was spared from the cuts that wreaked havoc on the industry during the pandemic. Prior to this year, the last major cuts to occur at the organization were in 2018 when less than 50 people lost their jobs as the company restructured its digital business.

The cuts to the organization also come after CNN’s former parent company, WarnerMedia, merged earlier this year with Discovery, creating a media juggernaut laced with billions of dollars in debt and a need to slash costs across the board. The merger had just been completed in April when the company announced it was shuttering streaming service CNN+ a month after it was launched.

David Zaslav, chief executive of Warner Bros. Discovery, the company that was formed when WarnerMedia and Discovery became one, has promised investors that he will find more than $3 billion in savings in the combined organization.

After Licht took over as head of CNN, he conducted a months-long review of the business. That review led to him identifying changes that should be made, Licht said in October. Some of those changes have already been implemented, as CNN has made smaller cuts to parts of its business in the last several months.

“Our goal throughout the strategic review process has been to better align our people, processes and resources with our future priorities, strengthen our ability to deliver on CNN’s core journalistic mission and enable us to innovate in the years ahead,” Licht said in his Thursday memo. “At the highest level, the goal is to direct our resources to best serve and grow audiences for our core news programming and products.”

“To achieve these goals, we will be reducing open job positions, reimagining our workflows and aligning our staffing, investments and focus around three key strategic priorities: programming, newsgathering and digital,” Licht added. “All decisions are designed to strengthen the core of our business.”

Thu, 01 Dec 2022 08:53:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Treasury outlines wage, apprenticeship requirements for clean energy tax credits

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen tours the Ford Motor Company's Rouge Electric Vehicle Center that builds the all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning with Linda Zhang,(R), chief engineer for the vehicle, before delivering an economic speech in Dearborn, Michigan, on September 8, 2022.

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The Treasury Department released guidelines Tuesday detailing new wage and apprenticeship standards firms must meet to qualify for tax incentives under the Inflation Reduction Act.

"I want to send a message to investors, developers, contractors looking at clean energy projects," said Labor Secretary Marty Walsh. "I encourage them to take advantage of all these opportunities. They are more than tax incentives, they're powerful tools for building a skilled workforce."

The standards go into effect on Jan. 29, 60 days from the announcement.

"We felt it was critical to work quickly to provide initial high level clarity around these important labor standards," said Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. "You now have concrete guidance on how to find those wage rates so as to comply to the Inflation Reduction Act's requirements."

The Inflation Reduction Act, which became law in August, allocated $369 billion toward addressing climate change through clean energy initiatives. The majority of the investment, around $270 billion, is through direct tax incentives.

The administration on Tuesday further detailed steps needed for companies to qualify for the tax incentives. Firms have to pay workers the prevailing wage for their area and abide by rules for the use of apprenticeship programs. The prevailing wage is determined by the Department of Labor and posted on its website.

"The central component of this law is the strong labor standards put in place to ensure that the jobs we're creating is part of our transition to a clean energy economy of good paying, high-quality jobs, and that those job opportunities are broadly accessible," Yellen said. "Workers should benefit from the clean energy economy they're helping to build."

The prevailing wage and apprenticeship requirements are needed for companies to receive the Advanced Energy Project Credit, the Alternative Fuel Refueling Property Credit, the Credit for Carbon Oxide Sequestration, the Clean Fuel Production Credit, the Credit for Production of Clean Hydrogen, the Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Deduction, the Renewable Energy Production Tax Credit and the Renewable Energy Property Investment Tax Credit.

The prevailing wage stipulation is also required for the New Energy Efficient Home Credit and the Zero-Emission Nuclear Power Production Credit.

As part of its guidance for receiving the credits, Treasury also outlined record-keeping requirements and the definition of when a project officially begins.

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Killexams : Georgia school district administrator arrested for child molestation, sex with minor student

A Georgia school district administrator allegedly plied minors with alcohol and slept with a student, authorities said Thursday in announcing her arrest.

Dr. Rachelle Louise Terry, 43, of Chatsworth, is facing child molestation and statutory rape charges for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a student.


She has also been charged with 10 counts of furnishing alcohol to minors during a Halloween party this year, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) said Thursday.

The alleged relationship came to light as authorities were investigating the alcohol incident, which is when investigators asked the GBI to step in on Nov. 23, WAGA-TV reported.


Rachelle Louise Terry

Terry was being held in the Murray County Jail.

Authorities said the investigation is “active and ongoing” and encouraged anyone with information to contact the GBI.

Terry’s contract mandates that she be kept on paid leave until a hearing can be conducted, WTVC-TV reported. She is the director of federal programs, data collections and enrollment, according to the school district’s website. She has officially been placed on paid administrative leave, the district said.

“We are shocked and saddened to hear of the criminal charges involving our employee,” a spokesperson told WTVC. “These are extremely serious charges. The safety and well-being of our students are always a top priority for Murray County Schools.”

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Killexams : Georgia school administrator accused of sex with student, providing booze to minors

A veteran Georgia school administrator had a sexual relationship with a student and provided booze for underage kids at a Halloween party, authorities allege.

Rachelle Louise Terry, 43, was arrested on multiple charges, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced Thursday.

The probe of Terry — who’s been with the Murray County school district for more than 20 years — began Nov. 9, when the superintendent contacted the sheriff’s office about the alcohol-fueled party with underage kids, according to the Dalton Daily Citizen.

“I believe there had been a parental complaint,” Murray County Sheriff Jimmy Davenport told the newspaper.

Terry faces one count of statutory rape, two of child molestation and 10 of furnishing alcohol to minors during the Halloween party, the GBI said in its press release.

As of Sunday afternoon, Terry remained in custody at the county jail, the sheriff’s office confirmed.

Terry has been placed on paid administrative leave, the school system told Fox Chattanooga. A school spokesperson told the outlet the district was “shocked and saddened” about the criminal charges.

A school in Georgia's Murray County system is pictured..
Terry works for the Murray County school system.
Murray County Schools

“These are extremely serious charges,” the spokesperson said. “The safety and well-being of our students are always a top priority for the Murray County School.”

Terry earns $110,000 a year, and is the director of federal programs, the Dalton Daily Citizen reported.

The sheriff’s office turned the probe over to the Conasauga District Attorney’s Office since the sheriff’s office provides safety officers to the school system, Davenport told the newspaper.

Once the DA’s office unearthed a possible alleged sexual relationship between Terry and a student, the office on Nov. 23 requested the GBI get involved. The probe is ongoing. 

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