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  • Brown's fiscal fallacies

    Brown's fiscal fallacies
    After complaining about his Democratic opponent's repeated and disingenuous attacks on his plans to trim the state budget, Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan is engaging in exactly the same sort of cynical campaigning with his claims that Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown wants to cut funds for school lunches, community colleges and scholarships. That's a shame because there's plenty of substantive criticism that could be levied at Mr. Brown's fiscal plans.
  • Weak services growth weighs on Xerox revenue

    Weak services growth weighs on Xerox revenue
    (Reuters) - Xerox Corp reported a 2 percent fall in third-quarter revenue due to tepid growth in its services business and slowing demand in the printing business. The company's shares were down 3 percent at $12.79 in afternoon trading on the New York...

    Child poverty in U.S. is at highest point in 20 years, report finds

    Child poverty in U.S. is at highest point in 20 years, report finds
    Child poverty in America is at its highest point in 20 years, putting millions of children at increased risk of injuries, infant mortality, and premature death, according to a policy analysis published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. As the U.S....

    Children's Health Insurance Program deserves funding

    Children's Health Insurance Program deserves funding
    In what may be a hopelessly quixotic effort, supporters of the federal Children's Health Insurance Program are trying to persuade Congress to renew its funding almost a year in advance — and in a lame-duck session. Nevertheless, lawmakers ought to...

    Giving pricey hepatitis drug to prisoners may be financially wise

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Using expensive new antivirals to treat hepatitis C in prisoners makes fiscal sense, a new paper says. Based on computer models, new pricey drug combinations were more cost-effective than older drug combinations and no...