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One-party system With the most recent downgrade of the state's credit rating, the failure of Illinois' one-party system is now complete. The refusal by the Democratic Party's hierarchy to face up to the state's massive financial problems, caused by the...
A recent Sun Sentinel editorial called for the governor to veto a bill ironically entitled the "Timely Justice Act," which its sponsor, House Criminal Justice Subcommittee Chairman Matt Gaetz, a Republican from Fort Walton Beach, claims will speed up...
As opposition groups go, the folks fighting Florida Senate Bill 282 offered about as broad a coalition as you can cobble together these days. The Florida Consumer Action Network lobbied against the bill. The Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops called...
Much has been debated and discussed over the new state veterans home to be built in the Black Hills. It must have been quite a surprise when the bill for this new structure turned out to be miscalculated. As is usually expected, the cost of this new...
Tags: Government, Finance, Hospitals and Clinics
Change of SubjectKurt Eichenwald, author of the book 500 Days: Secrets and Lies in the Terror Wars has written for Vanity Fair about Falsehoods in the N.S.A. “Scandal” Both the attorney general and the director of the N.S.A. must make a determination......
Channel 2 NewsGovernor Sean Parnell has requested a federal disaster declaration for damage caused by flooding that swept through communities along the Yukon river. In his request made on Friday, Parnell wrote, "the disaster has left 194 homes uninhabitable and...
Tags: Government, Sean Parnell, Floods
HamdenSpeaker of the House Brendan Sharkey (D-Hamden) said state funding targeted for the transformation of the former Newhall Community Center in Hamden into a new small business "incubator" hub is expected to be approved when the state Bond Commission meets...
StatewideA walkway of granite engraved pavers will be an important element of the "Connecticut State Veterans Memorial (CSVM)" to be built in Hartford's Minuteman Park across from the William A. O'Neill State Armory and the Legislative Office Building. Individuals...
ReutersCAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi named a member of an Islamist group remembered for a bloody attack on Western tourists in the ancient city of Luxor over a decade ago as governor of that province on Sunday. It was one of 17...
Myers to discuss charter home rule at breakfast Del. LeRoy E. Myers Jr., R-Washington/Allegany, will be hosting a breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday at Hagerstown’s Academy Theater to discuss the possibility of moving Washington County to charter...
A fine first day of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas 20013. I saw two musical theater workshops, a talk by two winners of the Governors’ Arts Awards, and two renowned acts play live on New Haven Green. I make this point fiercely and...
Tags: Festive Events, New Haven Green, Theater, Concerts, Music
Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill Friday that would block local governments from enacting mandatory paid-sick-time measures, such as the one pending in Orange County. The Republican governor sided with Walt Disney World, Darden Restaurants, the...
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