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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Maryland measure would create a council to work on ways to cut spending on corrections and reduce recidivism. Maryland Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera and Senate President...
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2015/02/26 07:22
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Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers: Feb. 25 Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail on gun owners' rights: There is no controversy on the need to train inexperienced drivers, usually...
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Stephanie Snow, an intensive supervision officer for Community Corrections, was before the McPherson County Commission Monday asking the commission support her job for the coming fiscal...
2015/02/23 23:37
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The rivalry for quality jobs is far greater than mere competition among counties within North Carolina as characterized by the report. For projects that require the Job Development Investment Grant...
2015/02/11 11:29
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By IWMF 2014-15 Elizabeth Neuffer Journalism Fellow Louisa Reynolds 'Trollbusters' to use technology to identify harassers, support victims Five tech-savvy media professionals and entrepreneurs are...
2015/02/07 13:50
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CHURCH AND SYNAGOGUE We can get along Responding to Mark Woods’ column, I appreciate that Rabbi Joshua Lief addressed the subject of same-sex marriage in my church’s pulpit, Hendricks Avenue Baptist...
2015/02/05 01:09
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It is just within the writer’s earliest childhood memories of the news of a major polio epidemic and the ensuing national panic. Municipal swimming pools were closed all around the US on an emergency...
2015/02/04 08:49
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Like other mischievous boys growing up in the mid-1960s, Ricardo Vázquez was a bit of a rebel. When his younger sister started calling him “Chacho,” the nickname seemed to stick. It’s the same name...
2015/02/02 16:25
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For two weeks, Gov. Bruce Rauner has gone around the state outlining the problems he said face Illinois and for which he said he will offer detailed solutions in his State of the State message. He'll...
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SPRINGFIELD — As he prepares to deliver his first State of the State address, Gov. Bruce Rauner has been traveling Illinois previewing what are expected to be his first legislative proposals, saying...
2015/01/30 15:58
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Race seems to trump education when it comes to what Blacks earn in the workplace. Black workers who have advanced degrees and White workers with merely B.A.s make about the same salary, according to a...
2015/01/30 08:35
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Unions representing public employees filed suit in the Rhode Island Superior Court in June 2012, questioning the constitutionality of the 2011 Rhode Island Retirement Security Act: The case is set to...
2015/01/29 00:05
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The "One Big Family" Frame in 2015 By Susan C. Strong As everyone knows, the most fundamental crisis in America today is the fierce partisan divide we have in government. This situation makes...
2015/01/26 21:18
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As a dad to three millennial children, I pay attention to the gripes about the generation born between about 1983 and 2000. Do a quick Internet search and you’ll find article after article suggesting...
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... B! We should go to the beach!” My friend Joyce pounced, nearly toppling her chair in the probation department waiting area. We were on the tenth floor of Manhattan Criminal Court, high above the...
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After years of making concessions to Gov. Jerry Brown, California labor leaders had hoped that the fourth-and-final-term Democrat finally would be in a giving mood. But after the governor’s budget...
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