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  • Don't Panic - What to Do to Avoid Foreclosure

    Owning your own home is the American dream, but for many people, it has created fear and frustration as they try to avoid a foreclosure nightmare. These days, people of all income levels are fighting off foreclosures, from those caught in the subprime...
  • Bill aims to simplify financial aid

    Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) introduced legislation that could help streamline the financial aid process for community college students and improve access to government aid programs. The bill would establish a three-year pilot...
  • Obama stimulus: Jobs, energy, health

     
    by Peter Nicholas and Janet Hook President-elect Barack Obama is crafting a financial stimulus plan far more ambitious than a quick cash infusion, viewing it as a way to create jobs in a struggling economy and push the nation toward......
  • Art bloggers get no love

     
    Grants to art writers from New York's Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation were recently announced. Twenty-six mostly N.Y. scribblers were the happy recipients of anywhere between $5,000 and $50,000, designed to help them ply their typically underpaid...
  • Chief budget analyst calls Schwarzenegger's federal aid bid unrealistic

     
    Saying California faces “daunting challenges,” the state’s chief budget analyst said today the chances are “almost nonexistent” that all the federal help Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is seeking to plug the state’s estimated $20-billion deficit...
  • Poll Says Bankruptcy Won't Dissuade Shoppers

     
    A USA Today/Gallup Poll found that 82% said they would consider a Detroit-brand car. Of those, 67% said they???d consider buying a car from a bankrupt automaker. The numbers seem to support the view that Detroit automakers would be better......
  • Paterson: November is apparently inoperative...

     
    Paterson finally has a statement out on the deficit reduction plan. It includes raising SUNY tuition, delaying STAR payments, increasing health insurance fees and assessments, using money won in litigation settlements, and transferring extra money from...
  • Stimulus money for NY: All the numbers

     
    Schumer now has a release out on money for New York. It's after the jump, with all the numbers. It says LI gets $262 million in Medicaid money, not the $292 million Schumer mentioned on the phone. But that's still......
  • A Schwarzenegger retort to California's congressional delegation

     
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, in a tiff with the state’s congressional delegation over his request for more federal aid, threw the lawmakers' own words back at them in a letter today – though some of the words were uttered seven years......
  • School librarians upset over Obama budget

     
    President Obama's budget, which upped education funding by 6.2% to $400 billion, has eliminated the Improving Literacy Through School Libraries grant program, so there will be no federal funds specifically set aside for school libraries. School...
  • L.A. County to pursue more federal aid for poorest residents [Updated]

     
    With Los Angeles County facing record levels of unemployment, and with more state welfare cuts looming, the Board of Supervisors approved a plan Tuesday to begin shifting responsibility for helping some of the most destitute to the federal government....