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WASHINGTON (AP) — A report Friday on April employment could show whether weak hiring in March marked a temporary lull or the fourth year in which a slumping economy has slowed job growth. Economists predict that the job gains likely improved on...
SACRAMENTO — Controversial legislation that would restrict most professional athletes from out-of-state teams from filing claims in California workers' compensation courts won overwhelming approval Thursday in the state Assembly. Despite...
The Tribune calls Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan's pension reform bill a "generous deal" that provides public employees with "benefits that all of your friends in the private sector will subsidize, but far higher than what they'll receive from...
While Congress tosses all kinds of scenarios around about the future of retirement benefits like Medicare or Social Security — while doing absolutely nothing about it — we shouldn't be terribly surprised that real people are feeling as...
Mo. Senate Committee reviews Conceal and Carry Permit List-sharing with Social Security AdministrationJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. --Federal agents say they asked three times for a list of Missouri concealed gun permit holders but never analyzed the data for a potential investigation of disability fraud. Personnel from the inspector general's office of the...
I am a retired teacher and taught in Illinois for my entire career. State Sen. Jim Oberweis’ suggestion that teachers should have 401(k)s instead of pensions made no sense to me (“Pension Plan,” Voice of the People, April 28). As you...
Washington's tug of war over the federal budget has many wonders, but the biggest one of all must be the lengths to which politicians and pundits will go to deprive Granny and Grandpa of $30 a month. That's the amount by which benefits for the average...
Administrative law judges who evaluate disability claims for the Social Security Administration want a federal court to ease a workload that they say makes errors more likely — the latest in a series of challenges confronting the Woodlawn-based...
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Have you filed your tax returns and not received your refunds in a timely manner? Still wondering when your refunds will arrive? Peggy Riley, spokeswoman for the Internal Revenue Service, said a resource is available on the IRS website to easily check...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — In May 2009, then 36-year-old Sterling Heights firefighter Chris Slezak, went to his doctor on a Monday because he felt out of shape and worn out. By that Friday, Slezak, who was active and healthy his entire life, got his...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans shrugged off higher taxes to lift the U.S. economy at the start of the year. Government spending fell, though, and the impact of the tax increases along with federal budget cuts could slow growth later this year. The...
FloriDUHSome folks just can't stay out of trouble, even when they are under lock and key. Inmate Demetreius Morris, 27, got a new charge added to his rap sheet: Solicitation to Commit First Degree Murder -- a crime he managed to commit while he sat behind bars...
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