After spending the better part of the last 5 years blogging daily on Arkansas politics, I quit cold turkey in August when I began my new gig with the Foundation for Government Accountability. 192 more words
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DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado’s Congressional District 6 is one of the most highly competitive in the country. By the third week of October, outside groups had poured more than $7.5 million into spending on the race. 364 more words
BY JACK BERNARD AND JOHN PALMER
October 25, 2014
Traditionally, there has been an unwritten pact between state and local public employees (teachers included) and government. 754 more words
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National Family Planning and Repro. Health Assoc. – Confidential & Covered is one of three projects that make up the HHS Office of Population Affairs’ … 110 more words
During a tête-à-tête in March 2012 with Russia’s then-President Dimitry Medvedev, President Obama assured his counterpart that he would make certain concessions on missile defense. 602 more words
Source: Inc.com, by Adam Bluestein, October 2014
Can’t afford the new health care requirements and penalties? Try these cost-saving strategies.
As of January 1, 2015, companies with 100 or more (full-time equivalent) employees will have to offer them health benefits–or pay a price for not doing so. 876 more words