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On a very cold day in January, presidential candidate Mitt Romney was asked in an interview what he thought about all of the chatter about the disparity of income between the upper ranks of the rich and the lower ranks of laborers. It seemed obvious...
Tags: Culture, Democratic Party, Sociology, Philosophy, Government
FirstEnergy announced Thursday that it contributed $600 million to its pension plan and adopted accounting changes regarding pensions and post-retirement benefits. The company has occasionally made such large contributions to the pension plan because...
“My second-grade child is stressed out, not because of bullying or schoolwork, but from lunchtime. She has had headaches three or four times a week, always after lunch. I had lunch with her, and the noise level was ridiculous. The kids can’t...
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If Gov. Martin O’Malley, as conservatives like to say, is waging a war on rural Maryland, he is also (if taxes are your guide) waging war against the cities and suburbs, the rich and the poor, dogs and cats, and pretty much everything in between....
Maryland income taxes would rise and a split in teacher pension costs with local governments would be phased in over four years instead of one, under changes to Gov. Martin O’Malley’s budget plan approved Thursday by the Senate Budget and...
email@example.comPennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett on Tuesday outlined a 2012-13 budget that would make changes to public welfare and deeply cut higher education funding to avoid a tax increase. Corbett’s annual address before the Pennsylvania General Assembly now...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCandidates vying for the seat held by Maryland U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin pounded the federal government Thursday night for its perceived “fiefdoms” and proclaimed the need to put someone in Congress with some “backbone.” The...
email@example.comWashington County Public Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox said Tuesday he expects to present his proposed budget during the March 6 school board meeting. At that time, a revised budget calendar also will be provided, Wilcox said. That calendar...
Tags: Education, Teachers, Employees, Budgets and Budgeting, Schools
“I was reading today’s paper and I was seeing where someone was saying, from Hagerstown, that President Obama’s much stronger on defense than Bush. Well, that’s a bunch of you-know-what. Let’s start it off here: He pulled out...
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Closure of Frederick Mail Processing Facility 'utter disaster,' according to director of union firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Christmas decorations were beginning to come down, the gifts long unwrapped and Thanksgiving dinner a distant memory when mail carrier Mike Shoop put Kohl’s department store’s Black Friday ads in the mailboxes on his route. “Dec. 28...
Romney has GOP voters hooked like fish To the editor: Now let me get this straight. People are voting for Mitt because he’s the best chance to beat the president in November. Really? He doesn’t reflect GOP’s views and disagrees on...
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