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Clean your house with ease when using this cordless vacuum on sale for $72 with coupon code

Every home needs a quality vacuum. For some, it’s a satisfying, even relaxing task. For others, it’s a chore. No matter which category you fall into, it’s important that your next new vacuum cleaner can get the job done efficiently. The  JASHEN V12S Cordless Stick Vacuum  is on sale for 10% off at $89.99 and it will make housecleaning a breeze. Save an additional 20% with code OCTSALE20, bringing the price down to just $72 until October 14th.

With its 180W ultra-quiet motor, you won’t have to worry about making a disturbance each time you clean. When in “max mode”, you’ll get powerful suction that ensures every particle of dust, crumbs, pollen, and pet hair are sucked up. 

Another great feature of this vacuum is its wireless construction. It has a 30-minute working time in “standard mode” and 15-minute working time in “max mode.” You’ll be able to transition from

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As pandemic restrictions on indoor shopping ease, mall owners sue to stop another shutdown

ARCADIA, CA - OCTOBER 07, 2020 - Shoppers walk past a "Sanitize on the Go," station to keep shoppers safe from coronavirus at the Westfield Santa Anita shopping mall in Arcadia on October 7, 2020. This is the first day customers return to indoor shopping after Los Angeles County eases restrictions and have reopened the malls and the individual stores. Such stores have been closed for weeks, but reopened Wednesday at 25% capacity. Westfield Santa Anita has placed Covid-related signage with one-way traffic, 6 feet distancing when waiting to get into individual stores, hand sanitizing stations and mask are required before entering the mall. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
Shoppers walk past a “Sanitize on the Go,” station at the Westfield Santa Anita shopping mall in Arcadia. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)

Indoor shopping centers opened Wednesday as Los Angeles County officials eased pandemic-related restrictions on businesses, but one of the biggest mall operators in the region is suing to stop the county from shutting down centers again.

The owners of Westfield-branded malls, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, filed a proposed class action lawsuit against the county in late September that called for the county to lift prohibitions it called “unlawful and unjustifiable” in part because they are targeted at indoor centers, which were then mostly closed.

Although the county gave the green light to indoor mall stores operating with limits on the number of customers who can be inside, Westfield is suing in federal court to stop officials from repeatedly opening and closing stores to blunt the impact of the pandemic.

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