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2015/04/17 19:50
2015/04/17 19:50
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Florida’s leaders are playing politics with health care. Hospitals are paying millions in charity care. Employees are paying hidden taxes on their premiums of about $1,500 a year to provide that...
2015/04/17 19:50
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2015/04/16 11:02
2015/04/16 11:02
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It’s not often that Monsanto comes to Missouri lawmakers to support legislature-imposed mandates on businesses. But that’s exactly what Tricia Workman, a lobbyist for the company, did Wednesday when...
2015/04/15 23:13
2015/04/15 23:13
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OPINION: I keep getting asked by people, "What will the market do over the next 12 months?" I assume they know that I don't have a crystal ball. However, they also know that I have up-to-the-minute...
2015/04/15 07:58
2015/04/15 07:58
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Shumlin backs revised sick leave bill MONTPELIER � Gov. Peter Shumlin has thrown his political weight behind a modified paid sick leave bill, reversing his opposition to similar measures in recent...
2015/04/15 03:26
2015/04/15 03:26
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Farmers warned not to give pigs the flu Photo: Pigs at a farm in Waikerie. Australian Pork Limited is recommending anyone who visits pig farms to get a flu vaccination. (Clint Jasper) Did you know...
2015/04/13 10:11
2015/04/13 10:11
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Florida Legislature Doesn't Care What You Think Posted April 13, 2015 05:45 am | Op-Ed OCCUPIED TALLAHASSEE – The poor? The hell with them. Education? Don’t make me laugh. The environment? Screw...
2015/04/10 23:34
2015/04/10 23:34
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Lt. Gov. Phil Scott was called on to cast a rare tie-breaking vote in the Vermont Senate on Thursday on a toxic chemical provision. The amendment would have strengthened regulations on manufacturers...
2015/04/10 08:00
2015/04/10 08:00
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Lt. governor casts rare tie-breaking vote MONTPELIER � Lt. Gov. Phil Scott cast a rare vote in the Senate Thursday to break a tie and kill off proposed changes to legislation passed last year that...
2015/04/09 00:52
2015/04/09 00:52
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Still yet to decide on whether to tap into submarine cable. The Tasmanian government has hired a consulting firm to study whether the state should connect to SubPartner's massive international APX...
2015/04/07 22:19
2015/04/07 22:19
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Workers compensation insurer The Memic Group on Tuesday said it has named Daniel J. McGarvey to the newly created position of chief operating officer. Mr. McGarvey, who was most recently Memic’s...
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2015/04/02 23:39
2015/04/02 23:39
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - State and federal officials continued a standoff Thursday over a $2.1 billion pot of health care funding with the potential to blow a hole in Florida’s final budget...
2015/04/02 06:55
2015/04/02 06:55
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Hutchinson noted how divisive the issue has become, saying his son Seth was among the people who had signed a petition asking him to veto the bill. "This is a bill that in ordinary times would not be...
2015/04/01 07:58
2015/04/01 07:58
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Democrats split votes, kill workers’ protection bill MONTPELIER � Legislation to prevent employers from retaliating against workers who utilize earned benefits for time off failed on the Senate floor...
2015/03/31 23:45
2015/03/31 23:45
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For the second consecutive year, state lawmakers have turned down a so-called "Sodexo Bill". The legislation was designed to protect employees who use a company benefit -- like a vacation or sick day...
2015/03/31 22:45
2015/03/31 22:45
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As the statewide voice of business, the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas urges Governor Hutchinson and the Arkansas Legislature to take timely and proactive steps...
2015/03/31 15:03
2015/03/31 15:03
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The ad will air in the Central Florida market as well as others throughout the state, and was bought by A Healthy Florida Works, a group backed by Associated Industries of Florida and several...
2015/03/30 07:31
2015/03/30 07:31
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DED And OSN Launch Awareness Campaign Against TV Piracy The Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector at the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai in collaboration with...
2015/03/27 07:57
2015/03/27 07:57
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A trade delegation from the Czech Republic learned Thursday that it has things in common with Arkansas businesses when it comes to export markets: complex paperwork and a changing labor force. Radim...
2015/03/26 19:03
2015/03/26 19:03
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TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott's "Let's Get to Work" political committee has raised more than $700,000 this month as it has sought to highlight the governor's record, according to a list of...
2015/03/26 18:30
2015/03/26 18:30
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After a sometimes-tense hearing, the Senate Fiscal Policy Committee on Thursday unanimously approved a bill aimed at shoring up local pension plans for police officers and firefighters. The bill (SB...
2015/04/17 19:50
2015/04/17 19:50
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