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  • Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials

    Wisconsin State Journal, April 19 Lawmakers should adopt a better state budget The Legislature's budget committee is off to a decent start at improving Gov. Scott Walker's flawed state spending plan. Keep going, lawmakers. The Joint Finance...
  • Carrier overhauls in Newport News would be secured by House panel proposal

    Carrier overhauls in Newport News would be secured by House panel proposal
    Last year, the Hampton Roads economy experienced a giant hiccup when the Navy considered retiring the aircraft carrier USS George Washington instead of performing a mid-life overhaul. A mid-life carrier overhaul is big business for Virginia's largest...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Nasdaq Record: Then and Now Fifteen years after peaking during the dot-com boom, the Nasdaq composite has reached a new all-time high. But this isn't the Nasdaq of Pets.com and Webvan, when companies were valued on "cash burn rates" and "eyeballs."...
  • Christie to Democrats on pension funds: 'Where's the money?'

    Gov. Chris Christie accused Democratic leaders in the state Legislature of "essentially suing themselves" for getting involved in a lawsuit over pension payments. Speaking during his 136th New Jersey town hall event in Cedar Grove on Thursday, the...
  • Blame Sacramento, not LAUSD, for preschool cuts

    Blame Sacramento, not LAUSD, for preschool cuts
    To the editor: Sandy Banks' article about the woes of the preschool program in the Los Angeles Unified School District never hits on the fundamental reason that the school district is unable to fund it. ("L.A. Unified targets the wrong place to cut:...
  • Doyle McManus: For the GOP, it's the billionaires' primary

    Doyle McManus: For the GOP, it's the billionaires' primary
    The news that delivered the biggest jolt to the 2016 presidential campaign this week wasn't anything the candidates said or did. It was an offhand comment from a billionaire, David H. Koch, at a dinner of wealthy Republicans in New York. "Scott Walker...
  • West Hartford Approves 2.5 Percent Tax Increase

    WEST HARTFORD — The town council has approved a $257.5 million budget for 2015-16 that includes a 2.5 percent tax increase. Overall spending increases 2.5 percent, or $6.2 million, over the current fiscal year, and includes $148.37 million for...
  • Health care: What should Fla. do?: Front Burner

    Health care: What should Fla. do?: Front Burner
    With a week to go in the regular session of the Florida Legislature, lawmakers and Gov. Rick Scott are deadlocked over how to respond to a standing offer of billions of dollars from Washington, D.C. to expand health-care coverage in the state. The...
  • It's in Gloucester's budget: $30,000 for building repairs

    Gloucester County is expected to use a little over $1 million from its fund balance – a sort of rainy day fund – in its fiscal year 2016 budget for a variety of projects. Of that $1 million, $30,000 has been budgeted for building repairs....
  • Greece's shifting bailout deadlines fuel uncertainty

    When is a deadline not really a deadline and a deal not really a deal? When it's to do with Greece's bailout, apparently. The country had an end-of-April date to agree to more reforms in exchange for rescue money its creditors had set aside. But as...
  • Supporters raising money for farm park in Davie

    Supporters raising money for farm park in Davie
    Fundraising continues for the $24 million Governor Leroy Collins Farm Park project in Davie. The 84-acre site is bordered by Interstate 75, Shotgun Road and Southwest 36th Street. Elements of the design include a farmer's market, stables, farm animal...