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  2. Television licence - Wikipedia

    Although the state-owned national radio stations removed all its advertising in 1986, its public nationwide TV channels continued broadcasting commercial breaks until 2009. Since 2010, the public broadcaster is funded by government grants and taxes paid by private nationwide TV broadcasters and telecommunications companies.

  3. Vico Sotto - Wikipedia

    Victor Ma. Regis " Vico " Nubla Sotto [1] ( Tagalog pronunciation: [ˈviko ˈsɔtɔ] ; born June 17, 1989) is a Filipino politician serving as the 20th and incumbent mayor of Pasig . [2] Sotto first entered politics when he ran for a seat on the Pasig City Council in 2016.

  4. Classes of United States senators - Wikipedia

    Because each state is represented by two senators, regardless of population, each class varies in electorate and populace. Since the early 19th century it so happens Class 2 senators cumulatively co-represent 50–60% of the population; senators from each of the other two classes: 70–75% of the population of the United States. [6] (

  5. John F. Tefft - Wikipedia

    John F. Tefft (born August 16, 1949) is an American diplomat who has served as a Foreign Service Officer since 1972. He was confirmed as the United States Ambassador to Russia on July 31, 2014.

  6. Parental leave - Wikipedia

    Parental leave, or family leave, is an employee benefit available in almost all countries. The term "parental leave" may include maternity, paternity, and adoption leave; or may be used distinctively from "maternity leave" and "paternity leave" to describe separate family leave available to either parent to care for small children.

  7. Member of parliament - Wikipedia

    The salaries of the MPs are decided by the Riksdag Pay Committee (Riksdagens arvodesnämnd), a government agency under the Riksdag. Since 1 November 2007, the basic monthly pay of an MP is SEK52,900 (ca. US$6,500). The pay of the Speaker is SEK126,000 a month (ca. US$15,000), which is the same as that of the Prime Minister.

  8. Great Resignation - Wikipedia

    The Great Resignation, also known as the Big Quit, is an economic trend in which employees voluntarily resign from their jobs en masse, beginning in early 2021, primarily in the United States. It started when the American government refused to provide worker protections in response to the COVID-19 pandemic , resulting in wage stagnation amid ...

  9. List of governors of Texas - Wikipedia

    Texas has had two female governors: Miriam A. "Ma" Ferguson and Ann Richards. Ferguson was one of the first two women elected governor of a U.S. state (on November 4, 1924), along with Nellie Tayloe Ross of Wyoming. Ross was inaugurated on January 5, 1925, while Ferguson was inaugurated on January 20, so Ross is considered the first female ...