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  • Reilly presses tax credit for 155 blind Anne Arundel residents

    Reilly presses tax credit for 155 blind Anne Arundel residents
    A local bill passed in the Senate and moving through the House of Delegates is an example of legislation working for the little guy. It would impact about 155 Anne Arundel County households, doubling the discount blind or surviving spouse could...
  • Feds outline new rules on payday loans

    WASHINGTON Federal regulators on Thursday will outline a proposal to place limits on high-interest, short-term loans the first step in the government's efforts to curb payday debt traps. The long-awaited rules drafted by the Consumer Financial Protection...
  • US Airways frequent-flier accounts to be folded into American Airlines

    US Airways frequent-flier accounts to be folded into American Airlines
    American Airlines this weekend will begin moving US Airways frequent-flier accounts to its AAdvantage program. The transfer is one of a number of integration tasks the airline must complete following the December 2013 merger of the two carriers....
  • Jindal health care budget has gaps, cuts, unsure financing

    Gov. Bobby Jindal's hospital privatization deals that provide care for uninsured patients are precariously balanced in next year's budget recommendations, with one-third of their financing reliant on tax changes uncertain to win passage from state...
  • Trouble at AmEx: Some cardholders can leave home without it

    Trouble at AmEx: Some cardholders can leave home without it
    For decades, American Express was the undisputed credit card of choice among corporate road warriors, the wealthy and the well-traveled, who lived by the company's slogan, "Don't leave home without it." But changing consumer habits, extremely...
  • Immigrant students start hunger strike for NY Dream Act

    About 50 immigrant students who live illegally in New York state have started a hunger strike after a proposal that would allow them to apply for state financial aid for college was not included in the state's budget, some of the students said Wednesday....
  • AP: Bill would bar incentives for those who don't pay up

    A New Jersey lawmaker plans to introduce a bill that would ban people or companies from getting state incentives if they are behind on payments to the state government. State Sen. Nicholas Scutari's office outlined the proposal to The Associated Press....
  • NY Assembly backs tax credits for music production

    The state Assembly has backed tax credits for music production in New York similar to those provided for film and television, intended to halt an exodus of musicians and producers to other states. Assemblyman Joe Lentol, a Brooklyn Democrat, says credits...
  • Maryland House, Senate pass fracking bills

    Legislation that limits when and how fracking could take place in Maryland passed Tuesday in both chambers of the state legislature. Senators voted 29-17 for a bill that holds drilling companies strictly liable for injuries to residents or their...
  • Cops: Man left behind credit card used to jimmy garage door

    State police in Pennsylvania say a trespassing suspect used his own credit card to jimmy open a garage door, then left it behind when the homeowner suddenly appeared and startled him. The important clue helped police arrest 41-year-old Brent Henry, of...
  • Experts warn of more data breaches in lead up to EMV roll out

    Experts warn of more data breaches in lead up to EMV roll out
    Tired of hearing about data breaches and stolen credit card information? An executive at Fidelity National Information Solutions says you should expect more frequent attacks this year. Bob Legters, who works at the company’s St. Petersburg office,...