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Houston Chronicle
Ruling striking down Texas abortion limits to prompt flurry of legal actionis now expected to raise the legal bar on state and local restrictions. "I expe
Ruling striking down Texas abortion limits to prompt flurry of legal action
Houston Chronicle / Posted 3 hours ago
is now expected to raise the legal bar on state and local restrictions. "I expect they will go to court where there's already a statute and point to this decision and say, 'You can't do this,'" said University of Richmond law professor Carl T... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Kanawah Club hosts 2nd annual First Tee Par-3 Championshipbe named The First Tee National Par-3 Champion after 36 total holes of individu
Kanawah Club hosts 2nd annual First Tee Par-3 Championship
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 2 days ago
be named The First Tee National Par-3 Champion after 36 total holes of individual stroke play, Saturday, June 25th. The University of Richmond will house participants from Wednesday through Sunday. About The First Tee The First Tee... Read more
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WWAY 3 Wilmington
Laney basketball team competes in Richmond tournamentcoach Nathan Faulk took nine players to Richmond, Virginia on Friday to compete
Laney basketball team competes in Richmond tournament
WWAY 3 Wilmington / Posted 2 days ago
coach Nathan Faulk took nine players to Richmond, Virginia on Friday to compete in a team summer tournament at the University of Richmond. The Bucs were led by rising senior Bryce Scheneider on Friday with a 26 point effort against... Read more
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Daily Press
Littlepage and his staff have knack for finding right coaches for U.Va.off the grid. While London, a former Virginia assistant coach, was a logical an
Littlepage and his staff have knack for finding right coaches for U.Va.
Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
off the grid. While London, a former Virginia assistant coach, was a logical and anticipated candidate from the University of Richmond, Mendendall and Bennett, from Washington State, were stealth hires. Nary a media outlet speculated... Read more
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Southside Sentinel
Hall to be new president of Urbanna Business AssociationPublic Accountants and the American Merger and Acquisition Alliance. Hall grad
Hall to be new president of Urbanna Business Association
Southside Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
Public Accountants and the American Merger and Acquisition Alliance. Hall graduated from Christchurch School, attended the University of Richmond and graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University. Hall said he hopes to build on the “great work”... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Historic, Windward mansion listed for $2.9Moriginally built in Dinwiddie County in the early 19th century. RICHMOND, Va.
Historic, Windward mansion listed for $2.9M
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 6 days ago
originally built in Dinwiddie County in the early 19th century. RICHMOND, Va. — A 200-year-old reconstructed home near the University of Richmond is being sold by members of a notable Richmond family. “Windward,” a reconstruction of a Federal... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
University of Richmond transforms into Hogwarts-like College of WizardryRICHMOND, Va. – If you are near the University of Richmond this weekend, you ma
University of Richmond transforms into Hogwarts-like College of Wizardry
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 9 days ago
RICHMOND, Va. – If you are near the University of Richmond this weekend, you may notice some wizards milling about the school’s campus. A group of live action role playing enthusiasts (LAPR) have turned the campus into a Hogwarts-esque New World... Read more
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Newsmax
Slow Walk to High Court Best Tactic for Net Neutrality FoesJanuary. et neutrality opponents’ chances for reversal would be “much higher i
Slow Walk to High Court Best Tactic for Net Neutrality Foes
Newsmax / Posted 12 days ago
January. et neutrality opponents’ chances for reversal would be “much higher if they wait until it’s a nine-member court,” University of Richmond law professor James Gibson said in a telephone interview. Even then, their odds remain long, Boston... Read more
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Style Weekly
The 2016 Summer Guidefix. The Richmond Symphony kicks off its Summer Recital Series — a collaboratio
The 2016 Summer Guide
Style Weekly / Posted 13 days ago
fix. The Richmond Symphony kicks off its Summer Recital Series — a collaboration with the departments of music at the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University. Things start with UR’s new president, Ronald Crutcher, playing... Read more
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The Marietta Times
2016 MOV Hall of Fame class inductedeach time too. Accepting for Jobes' family was St. Marys' Steve Taylor, a MOV
2016 MOV Hall of Fame class inducted
The Marietta Times / Posted 14 days ago
each time too. Accepting for Jobes' family was St. Marys' Steve Taylor, a MOV hall of famer himself and his coach at the University of Richmond. "Ryan was a tremendous young man - humble, driven, fiercely competitive," said Taylor. "He ran with... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
2016 MOV Hall of Fame class inductedeach time too. Accepting for Jobes' family was St. Marys' Steve Taylor, a MOV
2016 MOV Hall of Fame class inducted
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
each time too. Accepting for Jobes' family was St. Marys' Steve Taylor, a MOV hall of famer himself and his coach at the University of Richmond. "Ryan was a tremendous young man - humble, driven, fiercely competitive," said Taylor. "He ran with... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Jimmy Lambert, Chad Hockin drafted on Day 2 of MLB draftalso saw Cal Poly Pomona right-hander Peter Bayer go in the ninth round to the
Jimmy Lambert, Chad Hockin drafted on Day 2 of MLB draft
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 15 days ago
also saw Cal Poly Pomona right-hander Peter Bayer go in the ninth round to the Tampa Bay Rays. Bayer, a transfer from the University of Richmond, was 2-2 with a 4.39 ERA and struck out 103 in 65 2/3 innings this season. On Thursday, the first two... Read more
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Daily Press
CNU AD Kyle McMullin in 'a great place with great people'not only to a university but to an entire community. He wanted to be a part of
CNU AD Kyle McMullin in 'a great place with great people'
Daily Press / Posted 16 days ago
not only to a university but to an entire community. He wanted to be a part of that, so he challenged himself. At the University of Richmond, he received hands-on experience in athletic administration that, frankly, was more valuable than... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Special Olympics kicks off in Richmond this weekendwith the Special Olympics as several events are taking place right here in Rich
Special Olympics kicks off in Richmond this weekend
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 16 days ago
with the Special Olympics as several events are taking place right here in Richmond. Over 1,500 athletes gathered at the University of Richmond's Robbins Center Friday night for the Opening Ceremonies, and our own Marc Davis was the... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Athletes hope to inspire as Special Olympics Games begin in HenricoHENRICO COUNTY, Va. — The Opening Ceremony for Special Olympics Virginia Summer
Athletes hope to inspire as Special Olympics Games begin in Henrico
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 16 days ago
HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — The Opening Ceremony for Special Olympics Virginia Summer Games was held outdoors at the University of Richmond Robins Stadium for the first time ever. Officers with the Law Enforcement Torch Run carried the Flame of Hope to... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Non-profit works to help disabled teens learn life skills, find jobsthe program has students interning at the YMCA. On June 27, a new summer progra
Non-profit works to help disabled teens learn life skills, find jobs
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 17 days ago
the program has students interning at the YMCA. On June 27, a new summer program will start with the University of Richmond. The summer programs cost a small fee, but when the organization partners with the school districts... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
How UR grad is helping his homeland: ‘I don’t want to forget them’helped Kher escape in 2004 and at the age of 17 he enrolled at J.R. Tucker High
How UR grad is helping his homeland: ‘I don’t want to forget them’
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 18 days ago
helped Kher escape in 2004 and at the age of 17 he enrolled at J.R. Tucker High School. Last month, he graduated from the University of Richmond. But Manyang’s thoughts remain with the friends he left behind. “I came to Virginia, Richmond. All... Read more
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The Express-Times
High school seniors return to elementary roots 1 last timecareer aspirations and shared favorite memories. Freedom cross country runner
High school seniors return to elementary roots 1 last time
The Express-Times / Posted 20 days ago
career aspirations and shared favorite memories. Freedom cross country runner Will Alpaugh, who will run at the University of Richmond, recalled falling on his face during a race at the fifth-grade track and field day. He didn't even... Read more
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Daily Press
SCOTUS to hear second Virginia redistricting casesaid Howell, R-Stafford. The court is likely to hear arguments in the case dur
SCOTUS to hear second Virginia redistricting case
Daily Press / Posted 21 days ago
said Howell, R-Stafford. The court is likely to hear arguments in the case during a new term that begins this fall, University of Richmond law professor Carl Tobias said in an email. There's not much beyond that to read into Monday's... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Scranton jazz drummer travels to Cuba on cultural exchange to share in musical educationwith fellow adjunct professors from Penn State University as part of a continge
Scranton jazz drummer travels to Cuba on cultural exchange to share in musical education
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
with fellow adjunct professors from Penn State University as part of a contingent of musicians led by Mike Davison of the University of Richmond. Mr. Marcinko’s wife, Erin Malloy-Marcinko, also accompanied him. Going in, Mr. Marcinko knew a fair... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Rhythm Nationwith fellow adjunct professors from Penn State University as part of a continge
Rhythm Nation
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
with fellow adjunct professors from Penn State University as part of a contingent of musicians led by Mike Davison of the University of Richmond. Mr. Marcinko’s wife, Erin Malloy-Marcinko, also accompanied him. Going in, Mr. Marcinko knew a fair... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Lifestyles - The Times-Tribunewith fellow adjunct professors from Penn State University as part of a continge
Lifestyles - The Times-Tribune
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
with fellow adjunct professors from Penn State University as part of a contingent of musicians led by Mike Davison of the University of Richmond. Mr. Marcinko’s wife, Erin Malloy-Marcinko, also accompanied him. Going in, Mr. Marcinko knew a fair... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Ann Arbor startup excites investors with technology that uses brain activity to control software, objectsand how to prioritize them. Thompson got his leadership skills in the U.S. Arm
Ann Arbor startup excites investors with technology that uses brain activity to control software, objects
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 22 days ago
and how to prioritize them. Thompson got his leadership skills in the U.S. Army following an ROTC scholarship at the University of Richmond. He did one tour of duty in Afghanistan as a first lieutenant in 2010 and left the military as a... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Jacksonville magistrate judge gets support from Marco Rubio2015. Despite the support from her home state senators Barksdale may still hav
Jacksonville magistrate judge gets support from Marco Rubio
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 25 days ago
2015. Despite the support from her home state senators Barksdale may still have to wait for confirmation. Carl Tobias, a University of Richmond School of Law professor who studies federal judicial appointments, told the Times-Union last month... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
University of Richmond Chancellor rides cross country for veteransdays away from his 90th birthday, you may think Dr. Heilman would be content on
University of Richmond Chancellor rides cross country for veterans
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 25 days ago
days away from his 90th birthday, you may think Dr. Heilman would be content on looking back. But the Chancellor of University of Richmond is always moving ahead in high gear. His most interesting chapter unfolds on the open roads. While... Read more
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The News & Observer
Cal Poly Pomona, Lander advanceWilfong, whose great uncle Rob Wilfong played 11 Major League Baseball seasons.
Cal Poly Pomona, Lander advance
The News & Observer / Posted 25 days ago
Wilfong, whose great uncle Rob Wilfong played 11 Major League Baseball seasons. “You couldn’t sit on one pitch.” Bayer, a University of Richmond transfer, was an unlikely candidate for such a performance. He’s usually causes his own headaches; he... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
House Bill 2 headed to Supreme Court? Not so fast, experts sayeight justices will agree to hear it. Law professors Brian Clarke of the Charl
House Bill 2 headed to Supreme Court? Not so fast, experts say
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 25 days ago
eight justices will agree to hear it. Law professors Brian Clarke of the Charlotte School of Law and Carl Tobias of the University of Richmond say the Supreme Court traditionally doesn’t get involved in legal fights such as HB2 until rulings... Read more
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The Washington Times
Supreme Court hesistant to allow cameras into chambersCourt. Some of the justices seem very wedded to that and feel very strongly,” s
Supreme Court hesistant to allow cameras into chambers
The Washington Times / Posted 25 days ago
Court. Some of the justices seem very wedded to that and feel very strongly,” said Carl Tobias, a law professor at the University of Richmond. The GAO found that judges and lawyers are particularly worried that reporters with little to no... Read more
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Al.com
Alabama gains 98 more National Merit Scholarship winnersat Birmingham. 27. James Laughlin Ashe, Homewood (Homewood H.S.) Probable care
Alabama gains 98 more National Merit Scholarship winners
Al.com / Posted 26 days ago
at Birmingham. 27. James Laughlin Ashe, Homewood (Homewood H.S.) Probable career field: Undecided. Sponsored by the University of Richmond. 28. Williams A. Beaumont, Homewood (Homewood H.S.) Probable career field: Computer Science.... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 27 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 27 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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USA Today
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
USA Today / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Are outrageous airline fees going away?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going away?
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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11 News Houston
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
11 News Houston / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
KING5 Seattle / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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First Coast News
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
First Coast News / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
KTVB Boise / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says Georg
Are outrageous airline fees going buh-bye?
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 28 days ago
a ticket by phone. "Some of these fees were irrationally punitive," says George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond. "They were neither cost- nor demand-based." They've been quietly eliminated in the last few weeks,... Read more
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