Here's how influencer mom Katie Stauffer got her start spotlighting her five kids on social media. Hayden Field Published 2:45 pm CST, Wednesday, February 6, 2019 Photo: Amanda Pratt | Commonwealth Artists Photo: Amanda Pratt | Commonwealth Artists Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Amanda Pratt | Commonwealth Artists This Family Has 4 Million Instagram Followers -- and the Kids' College Educations Are Already Paid For 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In this series, Instagram Icon, Entrepreneur speaks with the individuals behind popular Instagram accounts to find out the secrets of their success. On an evening near the end of summer 2017, the Stauffer family sat in the … [Read more...] about This Family Has 4 Million Instagram Followers — and the Kids’ College Educations Are Already Paid For
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Kyle Prall, from Austin, Texas, has been indicted for allegedly spending campaign contributions reportedly meant to support then-presidential candidates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Sen. Bernie Sanders on things like massages and nightclub “entertainers.” In 2015, Prall began soliciting contributions through political committees with names like “Feel Bern,” “Trump Victory,” and “HC4President.” The political committees claimed the funds would be spent in ways to support the candidates – including transporting voters to the polls, training costs for volunteers, and direct contributions to the candidates themselves. Prall allegedly used the funds on personal indulgences from hotel room service to international flights. A Texas man who allegedly devised a scheme to collect over $US500,000 in campaign contributions for then-presidential candidates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Sen. Bernie Sanders funneled the funds to … [Read more...] about Texas man allegedly paid for deep-tissue massages and nightclub dances using campaign donations meant for Trump, Clinton, and Bernie Sanders
A one-time treatment for a devastating rare disease could be paid for with an instalment plan as soon as this summer in Massachusetts. Novartis’s AveXis unit is involved in the discussions. Its gene therapy could cost up to $US5 million per treatment. Organisers hope the plan will ensure patients can access a potentially life-changing treatment. Business Insider is the first to report on the discussions and the interest from AveXis. In recent years, no treatments were even available for the rare, devastating disease known as spinal muscular atrophy. Now, in a matter of months, an experimental one-time therapy designed to address the disease’s underlying genetic cause could treat the disorder. First though, someone has to pay for its potential multimillion-dollar pricetag. A new effort is underway in Massachusetts to figure out how to do that. The idea is to let health insurers pay for the treatment over several years. If it succeeds, organisers hope that it could … [Read more...] about A revolutionary drug that could treat a rare and devastating disease is prohibitively expensive. But one state has a plan to pay for its potential $5 million price tag.
Mick Mulvaney told ABC News that the US “can’t spend any money from Mexico.” It’s a far cry from President’s Trump’s campaign promise that “Mexico will pay for the wall.” On Saturday, White House officials said Mexico will pay for the wall, even though Trump shut down the government by refusing to sign a spending bill that didn’t include $US5 billion in wall funding. President Donald Trump’s incoming Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney, told ABC News on Sunday that Mexico will “participate in our border security” – backtracking from Trump’s repeated campaign promise to have Mexico pay for a wall. “Technically, you and I both know that it cannot work exactly like that,” Mulvaney said. “I can’t spend any money at the Office of Management and Budget. The Department of Homeland Security can’t actually spend money from Mexico. We have to get it from the treasury.” Mulvaney … [Read more...] about Trump’s incoming chief of staff says Mexico won’t ‘technically’ pay for a border wall: ‘You and I both know that it cannot work exactly like that’
An advocacy group for female troops and veterans reported in early December that over 30% of women serving or who have served in the armed forces suffer from infertility arising from their service. In a survey of nearly 800 women, many respondents say their infertility is linked to known causes of reproductive harm, but the military and veteran health care systems are not providing access to a full range of infertility treatment. A Defence Department spokeswoman said the military provides full access to fertility services for military members, and an official report states that in vitro fertilization is provided for service-related infertility. TRICARE, the military’s health care provider, does not cover in vitro fertilization, forcing troops to pay thousands of dollars out-of-pocket – even when that condition arose from their service. Advocates argue that these services should be provided at no cost to the service members when infertility is service-related. An … [Read more...] about Military women are 3 times more likely to suffer infertility than civilians, but the Pentagon is forcing nearly all of them to pay for their own treatment