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  • Politics as Usual

    Politics as Usual
    Businesses turn up heat on Wolf in tax war Big and small businesses and banks have done well under Republican Gov. Tom Corbett's administration. The governor has cut various corporate and banking taxes the last four years by more than $1.2 billion...
  • With barns disappearing in Midwest, a preservation movement rises

    With barns disappearing in Midwest, a preservation movement rises
    For years Pat Huth came home from vacation with photos she'd taken of barns she admired on her journeys, but she never thought to take any of the ones around her home in central Illinois. "I never realized how pretty the barns are right here around us,"...
  • Amendments and bond issues throughout Broward County

    Amendments and bond issues throughout Broward County
    Throughout Broward County, voters will be making choices on a variety of referendums, bond issues and ballot questions that will affect the qualify of life for many residents. Here is how the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board sees those issues. Coral...
  • Unprecedented amount of 'dark money' fuels midterm races

    Unprecedented amount of 'dark money' fuels midterm races
    In Kentucky's U.S. Senate race, crowded with attack ads from both sides, one group has spent millions praising Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell as a friend of the state's coal industry and flaying his Democratic challenger for cashing checks from...
  • Tax hike a near certainty next year in Parkland School District

    Tax hike a near certainty next year in Parkland School District
    Raising the property tax rate next year in the Parkland School District is a near certainty, the school board learned at a workshop Tuesday. But John Vignone, director of business administration, said the district should be able to stay at or below its...
  • Libertarian Challenges 9th House District Incumbent

    Libertarian Challenges 9<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> House District Incumbent
    Richard Lion, a Libertarian who has previously run for state representative and mayor of Hartford, is challenging Democratic incumbent Jason Rojas in the 9th House District. This is Lion's seventh run for public office. Lion, who describes himself as...
  • Deerfield looks at big boost in capital projects

     Deerfield looks at big boost in capital projects
    Photos by Denys Bucksten. Deerfield1 Deerfield Village Manager Kent Street and Mayor Harriet Rosenthal listen to staff discussion at a recent workshop on the proposed 2015 village budget. Deerfield 2 Deerfield Village Manager Kent Street makes a point as...
  • Taxes, jobs top concerns in DuPage County Board races

    Taxes, jobs top concerns in DuPage County Board races
    Taxes, bloated government and jobs are the hot-button issues for most candidates seeking contested seats on the DuPage County Board. While incumbent board members tout the county's cost controls and budget discipline, no one can deny that DuPage...
  • Scott Armstrong, Lewis Gould Jr.: School districts need paycheck protection

    Across Pennsylvania, school districts and taxpayers are facing the same problem: The costs associated with public education are rapidly escalating. Poor urban school districts such as Allentown, already dealing with poor performance outcomes, are...
  • The Quinncome Tax

    The Quinncome Tax
    Here is the editorial that this cartoon will run with in the Sunday Chicago Tribune: Anatomy of your Quinncome Tax On Nov. 4, will voters hold these politicians to their words? print only     To you, the race for governor may be about whether...
  • Aurand, Scavello debate on 'Business Matters'

    Aurand, Scavello debate on 'Business Matters'
    The cameras stopped rolling, but the polite hostility that ran through the debate — and several others before it — between 40th state Senate District candidates Rep. Mario Scavello and Mark Aurand continued to play out Friday. Scavello, a...