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The pandemic shuttered Blenko Glass Company. Then a limited edition of figurines brought one of the most profitable years in decades.
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The Senate minority leader faulted the Biden administration for injecting trillions of dollars in stimulus spending into the U.S. economy, arguing that the recent round of one-time checks and other aid have driven up prices and deterred people from returning to work.
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