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Columbia Banking System in Tacoma, Washington, and Umpqua Holdings in Portland, Oregon, are merging in a deal that would create a leading West Coast franchise with roughly $50 billion of assets, $43 billion of deposits and a network of branches stretching from Washington to Nevada.

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Under Califonria FAIR Plan's Division I commercial coverage.

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The move Tuesday follows the Senate Bill 11 unlocking statutory shackles that prevented insurer of last resort from writing fire policies for winery and vineyard buildings and infrastructure.

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It's a shared pool of money intended to be the final tool available to people who have been denied by other insurers because they have been deemed too high-risk.

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Hiring slowed sharply in August and September, even as the number of posted jobs was near record levels. In the past year, open jobs have increased 62%. Yet overall hiring, as measured by Tuesday's report, actually declined slightly in that time. Nearly 900,000 people left jobs at restaurants, bars, and hotels in August, up 21% from July.

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At least six other cases are working through the federal court system ...

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The battle lines remain the same as a 2022 ballot fight approaches.

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To "toast" to this milestone, Uber and Drizly are offering $5 off purchases made on Drizly through this Sunday, October 17, with the promo code PAIR at checkout.**

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increasing due to a small crop.

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G'Vine - the Hall-of-Fame French Gin Made from Wine Grapes - Expands Distribution

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Ann Mukherjee and Wayne Chaplin on purpose-driven marketing and giving back through charitable contributions.

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Just 14% of plastic packaging is collected for recycling globally. And because of complexities in the recycling process, huge amounts of single-use plastic (as well as glass and cardboard) consumers try to recycle end up burned or tossed into landfills anyway.

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"This is how I want my life to go"

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The rules, which will be formally announced by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Wednesday, will cover land borders and ferry crossings. They are similar but not identical to planned requirements announced last month for international air travelers, the officials said in a call with reporters.

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On one side is Reyes Holdings, the largest beer wholesaler in the country and the eighth-largest private company in the United States with $35 billion in revenue, according to Forbes.

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The Traverse City winery's inaugural trip will set sail in May 2022 aboard the AmaDolce, a river cruising ship that is part of AmaWaterways' European fleet. The trip is open not only to LFC's growing wine club membership, but any wine and travel enthusiasts who'd like to go. It will be led by LFC's co-owners Bryan and Jen Ulbrich.

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Walton has been quietly and anonymously funding the future of food and agriculture companies for years, now he's putting a face to the dollars.

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Argentina's famed vineyards are struggling to find wine bottles amid a global shortage of glass, in the latest example of supply backlogs hitting local production.

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because of the climate impact.

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Near a soccer pitch and a suburban neighborhood in central Israel, archaeologists say they discovered the world's largest known Byzantine-era winery.

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"It runs on - can you believe this - surplus English white wine and whey from the cheese process."

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It is Saxelby who, as much as anyone, is responsible for the explosion of interest in America's artisanal cheesemakers.

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"The 50 places in America we're most excited about right now."

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AB 616 was an attempt to give farm workers the same voting rights that other workers have. It would have allowed them to vote from home in union elections or deliver their ballots to state officials rather than vote at worksites where they could be coerced and intimidated by growers.

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The country's highest court will not decide Sarasota Wine Market v. Schmitt, upholding Missouri's law banning consumer direct-shipping alcohol sales from out-of-state retailers