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  • Government: Paying for unemployment

     
    It's hard to believe, but California is actually a low-tax state in one important respect: the taxes employers pay for unemployment insurance....
  • Gaming v. Gaming/Disney: whose lobbying team will prevail?

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Malaysian-based Genting wants to build a $3 billion resort casino in downtown Miami. And they're hiring an All-Star team of Florida lobbyists to make it a reality. Since summer, gaming interests of all varieties have hired nearly...
  • Movie Review: The Help

     
    They answer doors, cook and serve meals, change diapers and raise children for parents who are, supposedly, too busy to bother. They do all this with an air of invisibility, ignored except when they're being snapped at. And through it all, “The...
  • A stimulating quote

     
    If we decided to build a couple of new carriers, thousands of workers would be hired for the shipyards. Thousands of employees would be hired for the steel mills that would provide the steel for the hull and various sub......
  • Unemployment: How to get ourselves out of the job crisis

     
    President Obama and unemployment: Factories, auto manufacturers, healthcare providers and retailers are hiring, reports The Times' Don Lee, but the unemployment rate is nowhere near the magic 8% pundits say we need to reach for President Obama to win...
  • Rick Scott paying tea-party activist $70k in ‘public liaison’ post

     
    By David Royse, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday defended his decision to hire tea party activist Robin Stublen as a new “deputy director of public liaison” at $70,000 a year, pledging to “hold...
  • Chicago Firefighter's Contract: Section 16.2, Discipline and Discharge; Section 16.6, Mileage Allowance

     
    16.2 Discipline and discharge A. Disciplinary actions instituted by the Employer shall be for reasons based upon the employee's failure to fulfill his/her responsibilities as an employee. Where the Employer believes just cause exists to institute...
  • Weekly remarks: GOP's Pat Toomey says regs kill jobs; Obama says new jobs his top priority

     
    Pat Toomey says Obama has made the bad economy worse with his policies; Obama blames Congress for fractious politics....
  • The Ames Republican debate transcript: Everything they said that you missed

     
    Full text of the Ames Republican Debate on Fox News Channel....
  • Expert disputes Dodgers' view of lawsuit by Bryan Stow's children

     
    Bryan Stow: Attorneys for the Dodgers and owner Frank McCourt are arguing that Bryan Stow's children should not be allowed to sue the team over their father's beating, but one expert said he would be surprised if the children are completely barred from...
  • L.A. council hires firm to defend suit by ex-pension appointee

     
    The City Council voted Wednesday to spend up to $50,000 to respond to a lawsuit filed against the city by Sean Harrigan, one of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s top pension appointees....