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Capitol IdeasYo! House Republicans apparently will not be releasing a budget on Tuesday as had been previously planned. It is pushed back tentatively until Wednesday, according to Steve Miskin, spokesman for House Republicans. But there was one piece of the budget.......
The Hartford CourantThe likelihood of layoffs at Pratt & Whitney is high, according to a company email sent Friday to inform salaried workers of a new round of buyouts. In the email, obtained by The Courant, Pratt & Whitney President David P. Hess said that the buyouts...
A new union-sponsored television ad urges Los Angeles voters to "make history" by electing Wendy Greuel the city's first female mayor. Service Employees Local 721, sponsor of the ad, said it will begin airing Thursday and be broadcast for 10 days,...
For more than a month’s time, Edmond Tarverdyan will be firmly entrenched in Las Vegas. He’ll be doing what he loves: Training fighters and cornering combatants. But it’s hardly going to be a vacation. For the first time in the...
"Walking on eggshells." That's how one person in Warsaw who has friends and family working at the Zimmer Corporation described the feeling after hearing the company let dozens of workers go. On Monday 50 employees got a tap on the shoulder and told they...
Tags: Warsaw (Poland), New Products, Job Layoffs
Allentown School Board approved a curtailment of programs Thursday that eliminates 132 teachers and 12 administrators, pushing the financially challenged district to more than 400 jobs slashed over the past four years. The district's second curtailment...
Budget cuts won't force the closure of air traffic control towers during overnight shifts, the Federal Aviation Administration said Wednesday. But the federal agency said it is still uncertain whether it will be forced this summer to close towers...
The Hartford CourantMayor Pedro Segarra on Thursday rejected more than half the cuts made to his proposed $543.9 million budget by the city council, opting for an additional $3.9 million in reductions instead of the $8.6 million approved by the council. Segarra vetoed a...
The Hartford Courant— After hours of backroom deliberations and deal making, the city council on Monday voted to cut $8.6 million from Mayor Pedro Segarra's $543.9 million budget proposal. The cuts include reductions of $2 million to the police department; $1...
Varsity Times InsiderThe student population at Encino Crespi is expected to drop from 550 to 525 in the fall, and that could result in cutbacks to coaching personnel, vice principal Jeff Thornton said Monday. The future of Athletic Director Matt Luderer is......
Abel Maldonado was a young Latino rancher and fresh-faced state lawmaker when he addressed the Republican National Convention in 2000 and was hailed as the GOP's future. Nine years later, he parlayed his deciding vote on tax increases into an...
Tags: Executive Branch, Government, Voting, FBI, Elections
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt might not be clear whether the economy is improving, but what is clear to Norine T. Dagliano is that many workers and unemployed people suddenly seem hopeful. “Since the beginning of this year,” said professional Hagerstown job resumé...
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