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2015/03/01 22:39
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Years of deep cuts to state funding for Louisiana’s colleges and universities — and the threat of even further reductions in the near future — have some leaders looking at drastic measures that could...
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2015/03/01 20:19
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Jeb Bush is interviewed by Sean Hannity at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland on Friday. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg News) PALM BEACH, Fla. — As Jeb Bush tells it, he governed this...
2015/03/01 16:53
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OXON HILL, Md. - After bolting to national prominence on a record of bringing public employee unions to heel and taming runaway pension costs like those that have challenged state governments across...
2015/03/01 13:09
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There was a time when conventional wisdom said that student debt is not a problem in and of itself—rather, “high” debt of $100,000 or more is the more pressing concern. A recent report from the...
2015/03/01 12:49
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Review: How Good We Can Be, by Will Hutton Will Hutton’s warnings of growing inequality went unheeded, argues Chris Mullin, but as inequality grows, his ideas should be heard Twenty years ago Will...
2015/03/01 10:58
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Known as "the Dream Team," a group of Wiley College students came to the aid of Marshall Chamber of Commerce, making dreams come true. "We did not have a working relationship, at the intern level, at...
2015/03/01 08:01
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Journey to Zero Waste: Is it realistic for Ontario County, and what will it take? Zero Waste. Everyone is talking about the concept in Ontario County as the future of the landfill looms large. But is...
2015/03/01 06:53
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Six months ago, Sandra Martinez was homeless. Now, she lives in an apartment, works two jobs and wants to map out a solid financial future for herself and her three young sons. "I don't want my...
2015/03/01 06:48
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... row, a young man sat draped in the Israeli flag. As the meeting opened, a student government officer reviewed the rules of debate, warning physical confrontations would not be tolerated. "We...
2015/03/01 05:58
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March 1, 2015 - 12:01 am Mayor Bill de Blasio once called Albany a "faraway place" and a "strange and mysterious land," but it wields enormous power over New York City's policies and...
2015/03/01 05:18
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The College Democrats of Oregon hosted their second annual winter convention on Feb. 28 in the Lokey Education building on the University of Oregon campus to network and interact with elected...
2015/03/01 04:09
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... about the recommended changes to the 2015 federal dietary guidelines released about a week ago and there's a lot more substantive information in the advisory committee's report than all the fuss...
2015/03/01 03:44
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... university has gotten tougher on drug violations. The club-drug overdoses, which sent a total of 12 people to hospitals, are likely to bring more scrutiny to drug policies on college campuses,...
2015/02/28 21:55
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Public school principals will crack down on family holidays during term time and parents now have to submit their itinerary and copies of plane tickets along with a justification of the benefit of...
2015/02/28 21:03
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TALLAHASSEE — Cable and cellphone bills could be trimmed, the cost of textbooks cut and testing in public schools reduced. Water and land policy may be overhauled, medical marijuana legalized and beer...
2015/02/28 20:06
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... would generate more than $1 billion in its first full year. Dave Spigelmyer, president of the Pittsburgh-based Marcellus Shale Coalition, which opposes an extraction tax, called that $1...
2015/02/28 19:19
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Adam Gabbatt of the Guardian newspaper holds images of possible Republican candidates. (Carolyn Kaster/AP) The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) drew a flock of prospective presidential...
2015/02/28 16:35
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The year's biggest conservative confab features thousands of activists, elected officials and party leaders gathering for the Conservative Political Action Conference. But while they're meeting at a...
2015/02/28 16:03
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... email: letters@csindy.com If your comments are mailed or emailed to us, we'll consider them for publication — unless you request otherwise. Please include your name, city of residence and a...
2015/02/28 12:19
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On Aug. 13, 2012, math teacher Robert Biemesderfer asks students questions during the opening of a BASIS charter school in Washington D.C., a charter network that has been called one of the most...
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