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  • California awarded $10.7 million to pay for advanced course tests

    California awarded $10.7 million to pay for advanced course tests
    California has received $10.7 million from the U.S. Department of Education to prepare low-income and underserved high school students for colleges and careers by partially covering the costs of advanced course tests. “Students who do the work and...
  • Illinois' business tax burden? Not so bad, report says

    Illinois' business tax burden? Not so bad, report says
    Illinois' tax burden ranks lower than about half the country, according to a report released Wednesday.  Illinois was ranked 27th among 50 states and the District of Columbia, for business income that goes toward state and local taxes including property...
  • The advantages of Bruce Rauner's wealth to Illinois citizens

    All the negative advertising against Bruce Rauner for governor of Illinois is based on negative commercials stating he is rich and he doesn't pay enough income tax. We need someone who won't use our money to benefit himself and his friends. And he pays...
  • GOP delegate has proposal for health coverage for the poor

    GOP delegate has proposal for health coverage for the poor
    A senior House of Delegates Republican is working on a unique-to-Virginia proposal to expand health care coverage for low-income Virginians that he hopes will break the standoff over Medicaid expansion. Del. Thomas Rust, R-Herndon, plans to offer...
  • New data: How the attack on contraceptive services targets the poor

    New data: How the attack on contraceptive services targets the poor
    The political attack on contraceptive services and family planning is often depicted as an attack on all women. So it is, but new data show how it's become a particular burden on low-income women. The data come from the Guttmacher Institute, one of...
  • Editorial: More room for a very important mission

    Editorial: More room for a very important mission
    The 40-year-old Burbank Temporary Aid Center, which over the decades has been housed in various sites, is one step closer to having its current digs on West Burbank Boulevard expanded significantly, thanks to this week's action of the Planning Board. We...
  • Robert Redford sues New York over Sundance Channel tax bill

    Robert Redford sues New York over Sundance Channel tax bill
    The actor and director Robert Redford has sued New York state to stop it from trying to collect $1.57 million in personal income taxes over his 2005 sale of a stake in the Sundance Channel. In a complaint filed on July 31 against the New York State...
  • Bill would cap income eligibility for state's clean-vehicle rebates

    Bill would cap income eligibility for state's clean-vehicle rebates
    California wants 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on the road by 2025 — more than 15 times the number now. So the state pays buyers $2,500 per car, on top of a $7,500 federal tax credit, to help speed development and promote widespread adoption....
  • Talk centers on Burbank and Glendale's most vulnerable residents

    Affordable housing and job training for low-income residents were among the top issues identified during a panel discussion on Wednesday centered around poverty in Glendale and Burbank and led by local elected officials. Nearly two dozen leaders of...
  • Durbin browbeats Walgreen

    Now that U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, has browbeaten Walgreen Co. into passing up a corporate tax inversion, do you think he will do on his personal income tax return what he wants Walgreen to do? Will he forgo lawful exemptions, deductions and...
  • Durbin should lead corporate tax overhaul

    It would appear that U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., can take a victory lap given Walgeen Co.'s announcement to keep its headquarters in Deerfield. The senator pushed hard for this outcome in a variety of ways, including through his claim that to do...