The Synairgen share price is up 680% in a year! Should I buy now?

first_img Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares The Synairgen (LSE:SNG) share price exploded over the last 12 months, increasing by over 680%. What caused this incredible growth? And should I be adding the stock to my growth portfolio? Let’s take a look.Why did the Synairgen share price skyrocket?Synairgen is a pharmaceutical drug development company that focuses on discovering new treatments for respiratory diseases. In 2020, it adapted its knowledge and talent to produce SNG001 – an advanced treatment for Covid-19 patients with severe symptoms.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…There are numerous drugs already on the market to ease the impact of the virus. However, what makes SNG001 unique is the fact that it’s inhaled rather than injected. Thus the medicine can be directly absorbed into the lungs.The primary catalyst behind Synairgen’s soaring share price was the announcement that SNG001 successfully completed its phase II trials. The results of which showed a 79% reduction in the need for ventilation machines amongst patients. Needless to say, the drug shows promise. And it would seem the FDA in the US agrees as it has greenlit the treatment for fast-track approval.Last month, Synairgen began recruiting for phase II/III trials to gather more data and target patients at home instead of in a hospital environment.If SNG001 is approved, City analysts have forecast that total revenue for 2021 will be around £150m, some £47m of which will be profit. Comparing that to Synairgen’s current share price places the P/E ratio at 7.4. To me, that looks relatively cheap for a high-growth biotech stock. But, as always, young drug development companies carry a lot of risk.Discovering new medicines is a high-risk processThe results from the phase II trials are undoubtedly positive. However, they’re far from conclusive. After all, only 101 patients were involved in the study. As this sample size grows into the thousands for phase III, more accurate results will be acquired. And they may not be as positive as the earlier phases indicated.It’s entirely possible for drugs in phase III to be rejected by regulators or simply become economically unviable after approval. This is particularly problematic for Synairgen as it has no other products in its portfolio.The company has formed a handful of partnerships over the years and provides some service work. But ultimately, it lacks any form of reliable or recurring income. As such, it is continually having to raise additional funding to keep the lights on.Suppose SNG001 fails to deliver the desired results? In that case, Synairgen will have to start the typical 10-year drug development cycle basically from scratch. As I don’t think investors are that patient, this will likely lead to a collapse in the Synairgen share price.The bottom linePersonally, I think buying shares in Synairgen at its current price looks more like speculation than investing. The firm has many challenges ahead, and failing to overcome them could be catastrophic for the entire business.For now, I’ll be keeping a close eye on it throughout 2021. But I’m not adding it to my portfolio yet. See all posts by Zaven Boyrazian Zaven Boyrazian | Friday, 12th March, 2021 | More on: SNG FREE REPORT: Why this £5 stock could be set to surge Get the full details on this £5 stock now – while your report is free. However, there is another relatively cheap growth stock that I am considering… Are you on the lookout for UK growth stocks?If so, get this FREE no-strings report now.While it’s available: you’ll discover what we think is a top growth stock for the decade ahead.And the performance of this company really is stunning.In 2019, it returned £150million to shareholders through buybacks and dividends.We believe its financial position is about as solid as anything we’ve seen.Since 2016, annual revenues increased 31%In March 2020, one of its senior directors LOADED UP on 25,000 shares – a position worth £90,259Operating cash flow is up 47%. (Even its operating margins are rising every year!)Quite simply, we believe it’s a fantastic Foolish growth pick.What’s more, it deserves your attention today.So please don’t wait another moment. I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. Enter Your Email Address Image source: Getty Images Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. The Synairgen share price is up 680% in a year! Should I buy now? Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. Zaven Boyrazian does not own shares in Synairgen. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.last_img read more

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Indiana Pork Watching Ag Bill Moving Through Indiana Legislature

first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News Indiana Pork Watching Ag Bill Moving Through Indiana Legislature Indiana Pork Watching Ag Bill Moving Through Indiana Legislature SHARE Previous articleWhat is Your Risk Tolerance?Next articleMorning Outlook Andy Eubank Facebook Twitter SHARE Indiana Pork updateIndiana Senate Bill 476, the grain buyers and warehouse licensing bill, passed the third reading Monday on a 49-0 vote, sending it to the Indiana House for further consideration. Indiana agriculture groups have lobbied for revisions to the state’s grain indemnity and grain buyers and warehouse laws after the closure of Cline Grain in April last year and related issues, uncovered the need for some changes.Over in the Indiana House pork producers are keeping an eye on Rep. David Wolkins’ House Bill 1494. As Josh Trenary, the Executive Director of Indiana Pork explains, the bill helps with clarifications in the confined feeding operations statute.“We’re trying to clarify some things with disclosure requirements in permitting and we’re trying to clarify what types of changes to a facility need what type of agency approval. It’s a because it’s tweaking several different details of the statute and it makes it tough to explain. I think if we can clearly convey what the purpose is and if we can make sure that folks know that we’ve worked with IDEM moving through this to get something in front of the legislature that we’ll be ok.”The newest CFO rule was instituted in 2012 and the need for clarifications emerged after the rule went into effect. At their annual meeting this week, the state’s pork producers heard from the new state administration. Director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture Ted McKinney is continuing in his role from the Pence years, and Trenary said Indiana Pork was happy to interact with new Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch.“I think this administration is going to be very supportive of what we’re trying to do here in Indiana and they’re really going to be a big part of our success,” he told HAT. “We’re happy that the ISDA director is the same for sure, and we’re happy that Ted has been doing a good job of getting the Lt. Governor in front of us so we can start explaining our industry to her and make sure she is on the same page with us. That relationship has all been going well.”Trenary said the national and Indiana landscape will see some significant changes this year when it comes to pork production and processing.“There is going to be some deck chair shuffling with flows of production. We’ve got the Coldwater, Michigan plant that will be coming online so people will be moving around where they sell pigs, and also new facilities are getting constructed to kind of fill in those gaps, so it’s a pretty interesting time to see everything moving around in the industry. We’ve got a lot of new barns coming online and it’s going to be an exciting time. By Andy Eubank – Feb 14, 2017 Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

This New Year, SMB Generic Drug Manufacturers Take Back Control with MDH Insight’s Trailblazing…

first_img By Digital AIM Web Support – March 4, 2021 Twitter PEMBROKE PINES, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– MDH Insight’s (MDH) game-changing in-house software EmpowerRM can be the best 2021 resolution embraced by small to mid-size generic pharma manufacturers that outsource their chargeback processing or do not have a revenue management system in place. According to MDH president and owner Matthew D. Hoenig, it is especially valuable for generic drug manufacturers financially squeezed by volumes of wholesaler chargebacks and experiencing related revenue leakage. As he shared in a CIO Review magazine cover article on MDH and EmpowerRM, Hoenig was able to turn his own financial insights as a former CIO for a generic drug manufacturer into a groundbreaking pharma revenue-increasing advantage through development of the trailblazing EmpowerRM scalable software solution. For emerging generic and brand drug manufacturers, EmpowerRM’s software automates all contracts and chargeback processing to deliver a holistic revenue management solution that provides advanced validation, real-time visibility, detailed analytics and report generation. It minimizes losses while increasing the profit margins of generic pharma manufacturers, all while giving them a competitive edge. Next-Generation Software: Faster, More Intuitive, Seamless Built from the ground up by industry experts who understand the issues that arise in pharma drug contract management, revenue management and chargeback processing, MHD’s flexible enterprise-level system helps SMB pharmaceutical manufacturers identify opportunities for renegotiating pricing, cutting costs and generating more revenue. The software streamlines operations, mitigates risks, and eliminates common discrepancies by automation, predictive analytics, and seamless integration with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. Using advanced validation, the software detects issues arising from wholesalers like providing inaccurate pricing on chargeback lines or selling products to ineligible customers, which cause financial loss for pharmaceutical manufacturers. “SMB pharma manufacturers with tight profit margins are no longer well-served by outdated, but still perceived as ‘tried and true,’ industry standard-bearers that were built on old web-based technologies 20+ years ago,” reported Hoenig. “Just as businesses could not succeed today by still using the original operating systems of Microsoft Windows or a first-generation iPhone, the same is true of pharma revenue management software.” The EmpowerRM Advantage: To increase profitability and minimize processing time, the industry’s most agile chargeback processing solution offers:Fast Access: 30-day Set-up: Other chargeback processing systems can take several months to set-up, leaving customers to do all the work of manually importing data into pre-set templates, while customers are paying monthly fees for a system that is not yet operating. With MDH’s established connections and relationships with pharma wholesalers, its customers can be up and running in 30 days.Time-saving EDI Services:  As an EDI provider, MDH is the only company in the pharma revenue management sector that offers EDI services with its chargeback solution to handle order-to-cash, chargebacks, sales inventory and sales data. This advantage eliminates the complex and laborious manual data entry needed to increase profit by fully automating the process. The seamless migration from existing EDI service providers eliminates business interruption.Seamless ERP Integration™: MDH is the only chargeback management program that offers direct integration with customers’ accounting/ERP software through its proprietary web-based Seamless ERP Integration technology. To create credit memos and invoices and synchronize direct sales data from invoices for reporting and forecasting, it has pre-built integrations with Dynamics 365, NetSuite, QuickBooks, Accumatica and will build out additional ones as needed. Conversely, customers using other processing software brands are forced to export a file and figure out how to get the data into their accounting system.Built-In Analytics/Drilldown Dashboards: Recognizing that in today’s business world, visuals are critical to understanding and retrieving categorized data, EmpowerRM is the only chargeback management solution to feature dashboards and analytics. Its dashboard features drilldown capability to analyze data by wholesaler, contract and/or product. All other revenue management software solutions require customers to buy a third-party tool like Cognos to analyze their data.No Long-term Agreements: Unlike other chargeback management brands, MDH requires only a one-year annual commitment. Others in the industry require a three-year contract with pre-set annual price increases and full-year annual payment due at signing. With sensitivity to customer cashflow needs, MDH invoices quarterly. About MDH Insight and EmpowerRM MDH Insight, headquartered in Pembroke Pines, Fla., is a technology company that focuses on delivering innovative software solutions to the pharmaceutical industry. Its EmpowerRM solution is designed to bring enterprise-level software capabilities to small and mid-size manufacturers. The game-changing solution for Pharmaceutical Revenue Management is breaking the mold of chargeback processing and revenue management. With scalable automated processing, the software does the heavy lifting and allows customers to focus on growing their business. To learn more about MDH’s EmpowerRM, visit or call 954-671-7565. View source version on CONTACT: Kaye Communications, Inc. Bonnie S. Kaye,[email protected] Office: 561-392-5166; Cell: 561-756-3099 KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA FLORIDA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SOFTWARE BIOTECHNOLOGY PHARMACEUTICAL FINANCE HEALTH DATA MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TECHNOLOGY SOURCE: MDH Insight Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 10:21 AM/DISC: 02/03/2021 10:21 AM TAGS  Facebook Previous articleLeroux returns to the Pride, still chasing soccer dreamsNext articleBalanced Ohio State rallies past Iowa in Top-10 matchup Digital AIM Web Support Twitter This New Year, SMB Generic Drug Manufacturers Take Back Control with MDH Insight’s Trailblazing EmpowerRM® Pharma Chargeback Softwarecenter_img Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Local News WhatsApp Pinterestlast_img read more

Major changes to easing restrictions to be announced today

first_img Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter Google+ Pinterest Homepage BannerNews Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Major changes to easing restrictions to be announced todaycenter_img Facebook Previous articleAn Post reward staff for extra duties during Covid-19Next articleMan arrested on suspicion of rape in Omagh News Highland Community Enhancement Programme open for applications By News Highland – June 19, 2020 Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp A major acceleration of the roadmap to easing of Covid-19 restrictions is expected to be announced at a government press conference this evening.Hairdressers and barbers are likely to get the go ahead to open early on June 29th.The National Public Health Emergency Team has given advice to the government and it’s expected there will be significant changes to the final two stages of the Coronavirus restrictions announced later.Among them are hairdressers and barbers being allowed to open from the end of the month – alongside restaurants, pubs and hotels.There’s likely to also be guidance for theatres and cinemas – with the latter possibly re-opening in August with social distancing.It’s expected there will be other changes to the roadmap as the virus continues to be suppressed that will allow the near full re-opening of the economy in July. Twitter Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens furtherlast_img read more

Local govt stuggling with strategic HR

first_imgLocal govt stuggling with strategic HROn 25 Mar 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Local authorities are struggling with strategic HR, according to anunpublished government report. Quantitative research involving 100 local authorities – yet to be releasedby the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) – highlights areas in whichcouncils are struggling, with strategic HR being one of the major problems. Leadership, diversity and partnership working are also cited in the reportas problem areas for authorities. Geoffrey Tierney, divisional manager for local government capacity and modernisationat the ODPM, said the research does show HR is succeeding in other areas,including team training, secondments and leadership programmes. Tierney, commenting on the report, said it is critical that authorities getto grips with strategic HR. He is concerned that poor strategic HR could undermine the Government’s £27minvestment over the next financial year in building the capacity of the localgovernment workforce. “Capacity is about the skills, knowledge and attitude of anorganisation. We must resist the temptation to treat people as delivery units.Staff must be seen as the most valuable resource that is nurtured anddeveloped,” Tierney said. last_img read more

Mayor calls Cuomo’s office-to-resi plan “giveaway” to real estate

first_img Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio (Getty)Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday slammed Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to allow office and hotel owners to convert their buildings to residential use — even though a committee he created had a similar idea.Testifying on the governor’s proposed 2022 budget, de Blasio said it includes provisions that “usurp the city’s local authority and silence community input.” He said he “strongly opposes” a measure that would override local zoning rules to allow the conversion of class B and C office buildings and hotels with fewer than 150 rooms.“This crisis is not an excuse to overturn the will of struggling communities and give away local control to wealthy real estate interests,” he said.The testimony is a reversal of sorts for the mayor. In December, a spokesperson for de Blasio told the New York Times that the administration favored the idea of converting vacant commercial properties into housing.At time, however, the concept — promoted by the Real Estate Board of New York — had not been hashed out. Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled the particulars of his plan in late January, in one of his budget bills.The idea of converting older office buildings had come up earlier in meetings organized by the de Blasio administration. In a September email reviewed by The Real Deal, Deputy Mayor Vicki Been included it in recommendations from the mayor’s Construction and Real Estate Sector Advisory Council and its subcommittees.The rub may be whether approval for such conversions goes through the city or state officials.Under the budget proposal, hotels and offices can become residential if the owner sets aside at least 20 percent of the apartments as affordable, or if the property is used as supportive housing through an agreement with the state or city. Owners can also opt to contribute to a state-run fund that finances affordable housing — meaning income-restricted units would be built elsewhere, not in the converted building.A spokesperson for the de Blasio administration said that while the mayor is always looking for ways to create more affordable housing, he doesn’t support the avenue proposed by the governor.“There’s no time to wait in responding to the new reality created by the pandemic,” said Freeman Klopott, a spokesperson for the state’s budget office. “These proposals speed development through what would be years of bureaucratic processes by allowing for the conversion of unprecedented vacancies in commercial spaces to highly needed affordable and supportive housing.”The proposal would likely be useful only to large office and hotel landlords, as such conversions are costly and take time.The governor would limit such office conversions to Manhattan between Park and Ninth avenues and 14th and 60th streets. Hotels in the outer boroughs and within Manhattan between the Financial District and 110th Street would be covered by Cuomo’s plan.Jay Martin, executive director of the Community Housing Improvement Program, which represents the owners of more than 400,000 rent-stabilized apartments, supports the proposal, but said elected officials should also consider immediate relief for owners.On Thursday, de Blasio also called on the state to “tax the wealthy” rather than cut education and health spending. Cuomo has threatened to raise income taxes on high earners if the state doesn’t receive $15 billion in federal aid.The mayor also voiced opposition to a proposed workaround to Local Law 97, a city measure to curb greenhouse-gas emissions. Cuomo’s budget measure would let building owners buy renewable energy credits outside the city to offset their properties’ emissions. The real estate industry has long called for this change, calling it the only reasonable way for some buildings to meet the law’s targets.De Blasio also requested that the state budget add a tax rebate for owners of one- to three-family homes with “low and moderate market value.”Contact Kathryn Brenzel Email Address* Tagscenter_img Share via Shortlink Full Name* Andrew CuomoBill de Blasiolast_img read more

Great Value Storage files for bankruptcy to stop foreclosure

first_imgNate Paul of World Class Holdings (Facebook/GreatValueStorage, iStock)Nearly two years after the FBI raided the offices of Great Value Storage’s founder, the company has filed for bankruptcy.The firm, led by Austin-based developer Nate Paul, went the Chapter 11 route in Delaware last week. The filing comes just weeks after a New York judge ruled that a lender could proceed with a foreclosure sale tied to 64 of the company’s self-storage facilities.Paul and his upstart real estate empire made national news when the FBI raided the offices of his company World Class Holdings and his personal residence in 2019.That same year, one of Paul’s largest companies, Great Value Storage, defaulted on an $82 million mezzanine loan from Teachers Insurance Annuity Association of America. The company also allegedly failed to produce financial statements or provide a reason for its defaults, according to an affidavit from TIAA.ADVERTISEMENTThe lender tried to schedule a foreclosure sale for early September. But a judge ruled the sale commercially unreasonable because it was to be held on the Friday before Labor Day during a pandemic.TIAA then sought to schedule a foreclosure sale for March 10. Just two days before that date, however, TIAA sold the loan to RREF Storage. Great Value Storage attempted to stop the sale, but the judge ruled against the self-storage company in late March.The Austin Business Journal first reported news of the bankruptcy.The self-storage company reported having $100 million to $500 million in assets and between $50 million and $100 million in liabilities, according to bankruptcy filings.Last year, Paul lost four Austin properties to foreclosure. He is also the center of a whistleblower complaint brought against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. Four former employees of Paxton claim they were fired for meeting with the FBI and telling the agency that Paxton abused his powers to help substantiate Paul’s claim that the FBI raid on his home was improper.The developer once claimed to have a real estate portfolio worth over $1 billion and in 2016 was a member of Forbes “30 Under 30.”World Class Holdings and Paul’s bankruptcy attorney in Delaware did not immediately return requests for comment.Contact Keith Larsen Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Share via Shortlink Tagscenter_img Full Name* Email Address* Commercial Real Estatereal estate crimesReal Estate Lawsuitsself storagelast_img read more

Bill secured to monitor noise of naval ops in Whidbey Island

first_img View post tag: Noise The US Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) has secured an amendment to provide for real-time monitoring of noise from all flights and training of EA-18G Growlers associated with Naval Air Station Whidbey Island.The amendment has been secured as part of the Senate’s final passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).“Now the true facts about noise on Whidbey Island and in the region will be on the table. Once real time noise monitoring takes place, the public will have the information so better solutions can be put in place,” Senator Cantwell said.In March of this year, the US Navy announced the addition of 36 Growler aircraft to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, increasing annual airfield activity by up to 33%.The Cantwell amendment passed today requires real-time monitoring of noise from local flights of all EA-18G Growlers associated with the air station. This includes field carrier landing practice at Naval Outlying Field Coupeville and Ault Field, which now see about 112,100 Growler operations annually.“Real time data from reliable noise monitoring equipment is vital for local communities to be able to responsibly address impacts from increased military flight activity,” Helen Price Johnson, Island County Commissioner from District 1, explained.The legislation requires the Secretary of Defense to provide for real-time monitoring of noise from flights of EA-18G Growlers associated with Naval Air Station Whidbey Island.The results of monitoring must be made publicly available on a Department of Defense website. It authorizes $1 million for noise monitoring.The legislation also requires the Secretary of Defense to work with the Director of the National Park Service and the Chief of the Forest Service to come up with a plan within six months for real-time noise monitoring of Growlers above or adjacent to nearby public lands.The Senate bill will now go to a conference committee to be reconciled with the House bill before final consideration of the FY20 NDAA later this year. Share this article View post tag: US Navy Photo: Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. Photo: US Navylast_img read more

Adjunct Instructor – Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

first_imgAdjunct Instructors will be provided orientation and training onthe Canvas LMS and will be required to complete a self-paced onlinetraining course covering techniques for online facilitation andstudent engagement.An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completionof a background screening.Applicants requiring University sponsorship to obtain employmentauthorization will not be considered for this position.Maryville University is committed to a policy of equal opportunityand prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age, disability,gender, genetic information, marital status, national origin,race/color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, orany other status protected by law. This extends to all aspects ofthe employment relationship, including recruiting, hiring,training, on-the-job treatment, promotion, layoff, andtermination. Preferred Qualifications Open Until Filled Special Instructions to Applicants • Currently Practicing as a Psychiatric-Mental Health NursePractitioner• Minimum of one year experience working as a licensed NP (graduateschool experience does not apply)• Board Certified Nurse Practitioner, unencumbered license• Demonstrated ability to coach and assist students in achievingtheir academic goals• Exceptional oral and written communication skills• Special consideration will be given to those with licenses in thefollowing states: AL, AZ, CA, ID, NE, NV, OK, PA, RI, SD ormulti-state licenses • Terminal degree from accredited institution in a relatedfield• Current State Licensure or willingness to obtain licensure in thefollowing states preferred: AL, AZ, CA, ID, NE, NV, OK, PA, RI, SDor multi-state licenses• Experience using Canvas or other relevant online course deliveryplatform Physical Demands Posting Details Yes Job Summary/Basic Function Minimum Qualifications Advertised: July 02, 2020Applications close: Maryville University is accepting applications for Online AdjunctInstructors to teach in the Nurse Practitioner Program.Responsibilities include but are not limited to instructing thecourse based on providing curriculum and assisting students in theachievement of course objectives; moderating and guiding studentinteraction in course-related workgroups and discussion forums;scheduling and hosting office hours through the use of conferencingtools, grading and providing feedback. Practicum courseresponsibilities include establishing contact with students’preceptors, verifying student hours, and assessing clinicaltracking notes.There is an immediate need for qualified candidates who haveboth teaching and industry experience as a Psychiatric-MentalHealth Nurse Practitioner instructor and are licensed to practicein the following states:• Alabama• Arizona• California• Idaho• Nebraska• Nevada• Oklahoma• Pennsylvania• Rhode Island• South Dakotalast_img read more