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Gov. Brown Signs Film Tax Credit Bill
Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed a bill to more than triple funding for California's film and TV tax-credit program. The bill, AB 1839, increases the tax credit to $330 million a year for the next...
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16 Grand Rapids area breweries participating in r...
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — The array of talented brewers behind Grand Rapids beer are gathering in one spot next week and they’ll be taking questions. Sixteen brewers are taking the stage at the Pyramid...
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Kaiser Agrees to Pay $4M Fine
Health care giant Kaiser Permanente has agreed to pay a $4 million fine over allegations it denied some patients timely access to mental health services. The Press Democrat of Santa Rosa reports that...
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based Brewers Association promotes Bob Pease to C...
The Brewers Association, the Boulder-based nonprofit trade association representing the craft beer industry, promoted its COO Bob Pease to the role of chief executive officer, officials announced this...
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Burning Questions Heading into Fight Night 51
The Fight: Iuri Alcantara vs. Russell DoaneThe Real Fight: Brazilian vs. (Theoretical) Jobber Win or lose, Iuri Alcantara continues inching ever closer to the bantamweight title picture. With him...
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SCSU Responds to 3-Year Probationary Period
Southern Connecticut State University's School of Education has been placed on probation for three years, and students are trying to figure out how this will affect their studies. “It was surprise...
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Is Asheville, N.C. really the 'Portland of the So...
In comparing Portland and Asheville, what better place to start than a look at denizens' tattoos. As it turns out, the two cities could go head-to-head in that category. I have no idea who would win....
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