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  • Governor Mitch Daniels' Republican response to State of the Union

    Governor Mitch Daniels' Republican response to State of the Union
    Following is the full text of Gov. Mitch Daniels’ Republican Address to the Nation, as prepared for delivery: “The status of ‘loyal opposition’ imposes on those out of power some serious responsibilities: to show respect for the...
  • Casey, Schwartz stake out roles on payroll tax cut committee

    Casey, Schwartz stake out roles on payroll tax cut committee
    Facing its deadline in a few short weeks, select lawmakers on a new bipartisan, House-Senate committee tasked with negotiating a year-long payroll tax cut for American workers, met publicly for the first time Tuesday, and its Pennsylvania members laid out...
  • Scrabble at the Bain Center

    Activity Pals For single seniors. Get together with others to attend events, shop, go sightseeing, dine out and more. 301-596-6385. The Bain Center 5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia. 410-313-7213. •A New Year, a New You. Mon., Jan. 30, 10 a.m. Free....
  • Virginia to close training centers in Madison Heights and Hillsville

    Virginia to close training centers in Madison Heights and Hillsville
    Virginia will close most of its controversial training centers by the end of the decade.  That's the result of a settlement with the U. S. Department of Justice announced Thursday. The facilities, like the Central Virginia Training Center in Madison...
  • Brownback has no plans to slow Medicaid changes despite concerns

    Brownback has no plans to slow Medicaid changes despite concerns
    (AP) Gov. Sam Brownback isn't planning to delay an overhaul of the Medicaid program in Kansas. Officials said Thursday that the Republican governor's administration isn't rushing the changes, having begun discussions almost a year ago. They were...
  • Given the current disappointing field of presidential contenders, Buddy Roemer might not be a bad choice

    I urge my fellow citizens not to give in to despair over the choices being offered in this year's presidential elections. As an independent who is fiscally conservative, socially liberal and believes there is an appropriate role for government in our...
  • Two area pharmacies suspected of reselling returned drugs to elderly

    Two area pharmacies suspected of reselling returned drugs to elderly
    Federal agents have raided a pharmacy in Seattle and one in Bellingham – owned by the same people – on suspicion the drugs stores were illegally giving returned drugs to elderly customers without their knowledge.  No charges have yet been...
  • Final Florida Push Begins After Contentious GOP Debate

    Final Florida Push Begins After Contentious GOP Debate
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (CNN) -- Republican presidential hopefuls headed into the homestretch of the critical Florida primary campaign Friday after a riveting debate that analysts believe gave Mitt Romney a boost over fellow front-runner Newt Gingrich....
  • Dentist used paper clips as posts in root canal

    Dentist used paper clips as posts in root canal
    A Crofton man pleaded guilty guilty in Massachusetts Superior Court to multiple charges of Medicaid fraud for using pieces of paper clips in root canals instead of standard stainless steel posts, according to an announcement today from the Maryland...
  • CBO: Feds paid more than private employees

    Federal government workers earn 16 percent more than their counterparts in the private sector, according to a report released by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office on Monday that is sure to play into the heated debate over federal compensation....
  • Budget Battles Still Ahead for Texas Legislature

    Budget Battles Still Ahead for Texas Legislature
    Texas Tribune  The state Legislature heads back to work in less than a year, and the state’s improving economy won't likely save legislators from the protracted budget battle that awaits them. The state ended 2011 with about $1.6 billion more in...