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Horses can still train at Arlington Park until next Tuesday, before many of them begin the traditional fall meet at Hawthorne Race Course. But they won I know the shiny object is what they're interested in, and it's taken all of the oxygen out of the room," said Mike Campbell, president of the Illinois Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association. "But the Bears aren't the only sport in Illinois, and this one's been there for 94 years." Campbell, whose group represents some 2,500 horse owners and trainers who've raced at Arlington, made a public pitch for a possible partnership between the Bears and a consortium that wants to keep horse racing at Arlington. That group, led by former Arlington Park President Roy Arnold, plans to reach out to Bears President and CEO Ted Phillips in hopes of preserving the grandstand and oval for racing, while the Bears construct a stadium and entertainment district on the remaining 200 acres of the spacious Arlington Heights property. by signing up you agree to our terms of service                                                                                                                                                                                                                         "I see endless possibilities," Campbell said, although he also admits that "maybe it's wishful thinking." In the short term, the end of Arlington's summer racing season last Saturday, and the transition to the traditional fall meet at Hawthorne Race Course in Cicero, is typical for horsemen. They're allowed to use Arlington to train until management locks the gates by midday Tuesday. But their long-term future -- and that of their sport and the $600 million Illinois agricultural industry that supports it -- is less certain. They won't be coming back to Arlington next year; even though track owner Churchill Downs Inc.'s purchase and sale agreement with the Bears isn't scheduled to close until late 2022 or early 2023, the Louisville, Kentucky-based corporation didn't apply for racing dates.

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(Photo Illustration by Avishek Das/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) FAYETTE COUNTY, Ga. - A Georgia principal is warning parents of a list of TikTok challenges spreading on social media that could lead their children to be suspended, expelled, or worse. In a letter to parents, Allen Leonard, the principal of Starr's Mill High School in Fayette County, called the list "disturbing." This list, which includes a different challenge for every month of the school year, involves everything from destruction of school property to inappropriate touching of students and staff members. ‘DEVIOUS LICK’ VANDALISM PRANKS RAMPANT AT METRO ATLANTA SCHOOLS "They are more than just challenges, most on the list are criminal offenses, and will result in charges against anyone who carries them out," Leonard wrote. "We want you to be aware of them so that you can talk to your student(s) about the seriousness of such actions." For October, the challenge is to "smack a staff member on the backside," which involves students sneaking up to a teacher or staff member and slapping them while recording the incident for social media. Leonard says that action is usually considered a misdemeanor, but when it involves school employees it could be made into a felony "and could result in serious consequences including but not limited to arrest, suspension or expulsion from school." GEORGIA SCHOOL DISTRICT CRACKS DOWN ON ‘DEVIOUS LICKS’ CHALLENGE Other challenges include destroying school signs, grabbing the privates of male students, and making a mess in the cafeteria.

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But as the party looks to extend the changes into the years to come, moderate Senator Joe Manchin, D-W.V., wants to reinstate a work requirement in order for families to receive the credit. This year, the credit was made fully refundable, meaning families that earned little or no income still qualify to receive it, which was not the case before. "There's no work requirements whatsoever. There's no education requirements whatsoever for better skill sets," Manchin said on CNN earlier this month. "Don't you think, if we're going to help the children, that the people should make some effort?" Adding a work requirement would preclude the lowest-income families who need the money the most, Jacob Goldin, an assistant professor at Stanford Law School who specializes in tax policy, tells CNBC Make It. Before this year, the credit phased in with income, meaning the poorest families did not receive the full amount: Families needed to earn at least $2,500 to get anything, and then received a credit of 15 cents for each dollar earned above that. Kicking that requirement is expected to help lift more than 4 million children out of poverty if made permanent, leading to a 40% reduction in child poverty. More than 80% of that reduction in child poverty can be attributed to making the full credit available to families even if they have low or no income, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP). Research has shown that providing the credit does not meaningfully affect employment. In fact, a separate paper found that increasing the CTC actually increases single mothers' labor force participation slightly, because they are able to pay family members to watch their children.

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