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Philly.com
Trump's divisive presidency reshapes a key part of his business empirehad offended staff and clients. They found another course. In Florida this yea
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
had offended staff and clients. They found another course. In Florida this year, the president’s politics attracted a new client for one of his businesses. Steven Alembik, a conservative activist, is planning a $600-per-seat gala at the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Hidden treasures in Toni Taxwinkle's idiotic pop taxThey were looking for vengeance on Taxwinkle for her ravenous penny-per-ounce s
Chicago Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
They were looking for vengeance on Taxwinkle for her ravenous penny-per-ounce soda pop tax. It drives up the price of many beverages, even unsweetened drinks. It hurts business and costs jobs. The poor on food stamp programs don't pay the Toni... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Bloomberg to spend 'whatever it takes' to reelect Cook County soda tax backersof Cook County's controversial soda pop tax don't suffer defeat in next year's
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
of Cook County's controversial soda pop tax don't suffer defeat in next year's elections, a spokesman for the former New York mayor said Monday. "Mike has made a commitment that he will do everything necessary to ensure that the elected... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Timeline: Where and when Detroit Red Wings, Pistons played3, 1948: In the first season for what would become the NBA, the Fort Wayne Pist
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 9 days ago
3, 1948: In the first season for what would become the NBA, the Fort Wayne Pistons lose their first game, 76–80, to the New York Knicks at North Side High School Gym, their home court in Indiana. They finish the season 22–38. Oct. 23, 1957:... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Timeline: Where Wings, Pistons played3, 1948: In the first season for what would become the NBA, the Fort Wayne Pist
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 10 days ago
3, 1948: In the first season for what would become the NBA, the Fort Wayne Pistons lose their first game, 76–80, to the New York Knicks at North Side High School Gym, their home court in Indiana. They finish the season 22–38. Oct. 23, 1957:... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Soda tax opposition spends $1.4 million on new TV adsThe beverage industry-funded opposition to Cook County's sweetened beverage tax
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
The beverage industry-funded opposition to Cook County's sweetened beverage tax will spend $1.4 million on television ads leading up to a possible repeal vote. The Can the Tax Coalition's announcement Tuesday comes days after former New York Mayor... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Can frequent, moderate drinking ward off diabetes?SANTA ROSA, CA - FEBRUARY 07: A Russian River Brewing Company customer takes a
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 17 days ago
SANTA ROSA, CA - FEBRUARY 07: A Russian River Brewing Company customer takes a sip of the newly released Pliny the Younger triple IPA beer on February 7, 2014 in Santa Rosa, California. Hundreds of people lined up hours before the opening of Russian... Read more
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Philly.com
Soda, pre-K, beer, and the latest in the fight over Philly beverage taxbeer in Philadelphia. Those advertisements represent the latest round of the b
Philly.com / Posted 19 days ago
beer in Philadelphia. Those advertisements represent the latest round of the battle over Philadelphia’s tax on sweetened beverages, which has assumed some of the ugliness of an election campaign. Eight months after the tax went into effect, and... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Chicago-area soda tax might carry political price for backersAP file photo Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle speaks at a news con
Northwest Herald / Posted 24 days ago
AP file photo Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle speaks at a news conference Jan. 26, 2012, in Chicago. When she cast the deciding vote to impose a penny-per-ounce soda tax, Preckwinkle said it would generate enough money to balance the... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Cook County Soda Tax May Carry Political Price for Backersfeels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," sai
NBC Chicago / Posted 24 days ago
feels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," said Jim Taylor of Chicago, who paid $2.56 in new taxes for two 128-ounce plastic jugs of diet iced tea at a grocery store west of the city. "It's ridiculous. They should... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Chicago-area soda tax may carry political price for backersfeels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," sai
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 24 days ago
feels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," said Jim Taylor of Chicago, who paid $2.56 in new taxes for two 128-ounce plastic jugs of diet iced tea at a grocery store west of the city. "It's ridiculous. They should... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Chicago area soda tax may carry political price for backers AP News | 08/26/17 09:08 AM CHICAGO (AP) -- When a local government leader p
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 24 days ago
AP News | 08/26/17 09:08 AM CHICAGO (AP) -- When a local government leader passed the deciding vote on a penny-per-ounce soda tax, she said it would generate enough money to balance the... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
Chicago-area soda tax may carry political price for backersfeels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," sai
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 24 days ago
feels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," said Jim Taylor of Chicago, who paid $2.56 in new taxes for two 128-ounce plastic jugs of diet iced tea at a grocery store west of the city. "It's ridiculous. They should... Read more
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Missoulian
Chicago-area soda tax may carry political price for backersfeels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," sai
Missoulian / Posted 24 days ago
feels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," said Jim Taylor of Chicago, who paid $2.56 in new taxes for two 128-ounce plastic jugs of diet iced tea at a grocery store west of the city. "It's ridiculous. They should... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Chicago-area soda tax may carry political price for backersfeels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," sai
The Times and Democrat / Posted 24 days ago
feels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," said Jim Taylor of Chicago, who paid $2.56 in new taxes for two 128-ounce plastic jugs of diet iced tea at a grocery store west of the city. "It's ridiculous. They should... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
Chicago-area soda tax may carry political price for backersfeels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," sai
Santa Maria Times / Posted 24 days ago
feels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket," said Jim Taylor of Chicago, who paid $2.56 in new taxes for two 128-ounce plastic jugs of diet iced tea at a grocery store west of the city. "It's ridiculous. They should... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Chicago-area soda tax may carry political price for backersfeels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket,” sai
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 24 days ago
feels like every time you turn around they have their hand in your pocket,” said Jim Taylor of Chicago, who paid $2.56 in new taxes for two 128-ounce plastic jugs of diet iced tea at a grocery store west of the city. “It’s ridiculous. They should... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Thanks to Amazon, Seattle is now America’s biggest company towninto the biggest company town in America. Amazon now occupies a mind-boggling
The Seattle Times / Posted 27 days ago
into the biggest company town in America. Amazon now occupies a mind-boggling 19 percent of all prime office space in the city, the most for any employer in a major U.S. city, according to a new analysis conducted for The Seattle Times. Amazon’s... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Senate Bill Could Allow Cities to Extend Last CallA new bill making its way through the state legislature could allow bars and cl
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 29 days ago
A new bill making its way through the state legislature could allow bars and clubs across California to stay open until 4 a.m. Currently, bars are required by law to close down at 2 a.m. The legislation, known as the "LOCAL Act," or Let Our... Read more
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NBC San Diego
Senate Bill Could Allow Cities to Extend Last CallA new bill making its way through the state legislature could allow bars and cl
NBC San Diego / Posted 29 days ago
A new bill making its way through the state legislature could allow bars and clubs across California to stay open until 4 a.m. Currently, bars are required by law to close down at 2 a.m. The legislation, known as the "LOCAL Act," or Let Our... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Watch Bloomberg's ad backing Preckwinkle's pop taxis coming to the rescue of embattled Cook County Board President Toni Preckwink
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 1 months ago
is coming to the rescue of embattled Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and her pop tax, and it's being led by New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg. The former New York City mayor tomorrow will begin airing what a spokesman says will... Read more
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