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Anthony J. Sanders v. Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State; In re: Netspend and Google HA-24-9-21 (in-composition)

 

>$16,200 life savings + 40 a day witness fees from 24 September 2021 must be collected from Netspend and $2,034 from Direct Express - Beneficiary's Bank has an Obligation to Pay and Give Notice to the Beneficiary pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) 4A-404.

 

2.4 Percent Labor Budget FY 22; 3 Percent Federal Minimum Wage $10 (2022) Inflation HA-9-12-21

 

The secret DOL budget request for federal outlays is $95.2 billion FY 22.  This level, that might be perceived as hyperinflation by counterfeit intelligence, is defended by a 2.4 percent annual inflation baseline discretionary budget since FY 14 and defunding of the moot American Jobs Plan and Infrastructure Bill.  This level is down from a pandemic pseudo-ephedrine high of $544 billion FY 21 and $497 billion FY 20 and after a one-time $42 billion contribution to make the transition from Pandemic Compensation to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation FY 22.  Federal outlays for DOL are expected to return to an only slightly elevated baseline of about $48 billion FY 23 and FY 24.  FY 22 inflationary pressures must defeated by commitment to the rule of law – 2.5 percent labor, payroll, and administration inflation, 3 percent inflation for services and low-income people. DOL is obligated to legislate a federal minimum wage of “$10 (2022) and 3 percent more annually thereafter” 29USC§206(a)(1)(D) to set precedence for 3 percent cost-of-living adjustment in 2023 pursuant to Sec. 215(i) of the Social Security Act 42USC§415(i) and legislate unemployment compensation for 6 months of exclusive breastfeeding in Sec. 307 of the Social Security Act 42USC§507.  In November 2021 a total of 155,797,000 were employed, up 0.5 percent from 154,966,000 in October 2021.  This is 16.8 percent more than the low of 133,370,000 in April 2020 but -1.8 percent less than the pre-COVID high of 158,732,000 in February 2020 to which the labor market is not expected to recover until early 2022.  For checking payroll-tax cheating purposes the average number of people employed in 2021 is -3.3 percent less than in 2019 and real average weekly earnings declined 1.6 percent over the 12 months ending October 31, 2021.  The retaliatory bankruptcy totally embezzling the applicant Public Trustee, just after citing the Board of Trustees for tardiness and cheating on the 2020 payroll tax overestimate and disability beneficiary underestimate, when in Washington DC, must be redressed without further robbery corroboration pursuant to Sec.102 and 503 of the Americans with Disabilities Act 42USC§12112 and 42USC§12203 c/o SSA Inspector General. DOL is implored to pay the disabled author $500, untaxed <$10,000 gift, pursuant to Scarborough v. Anthony J. Principi 541 US  401 (2004), Astrue v. Ratliff 560 US_(2010) to redress harmful (eye lash) bank errors Shinseki v. Sanders 556 US 396 (2009) with Equal Access to Justice Act fees 5USC§500 et seq. to liberate the non-overtly violent whistleblowing of women and people of color from being silenced with $1,000 fines by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 42USC§2000e-16 and achieve a level of confidence in the Bachelor degree of police to repeal enforcement from The baseline 2USC§907(c)(1) et seq current law in addition to which is only budgetary treatment with OASI and DI Trust Funds Sec. 710 Social Security Act 42USC§911.  All the junky Christmas legislation the American economy can afford this year is a federal minimum wage of “$10 (2022) and 3 percent more annually thereafter” 29USC§206(a)(1)(D).

 

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