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Correcting the record on raises at The Martlet

Apparently people have made efforts to assassinate my character years before Stalker Stephan showed up. One of the documents I came across recently while Googling myself (always an unpleasant experience these days, for the record) confirms what I was never able to find out about this incident, despite repeated requests to the Board for more information after I was barred from the Martlet office for “violating policies”. 345 more words

Panel Approves Pay Raises For California Lawmakers, Governor

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – An appointed citizen panel voted Wednesday to give Gov. Jerry Brown and other top elected officials 4 percent pay raises for the fourth year in a row, after slashing their salaries at the height of the recession. 395 more words

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Court Rules AFSCME Not Owed Pay Raises Without Appropriation

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The Illinois Supreme Court ruled Thursday that former Gov. Pat Quinn was correct in 2011 when he denied state workers promised pay raises because lawmakers had not appropriated the money. 386 more words

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Montgomery County Spending out of Control

The Montgomery County legislature has agreed to give the county sheriff a 15.5% pay hike and is contemplating a 30% salary increase for the county executive, which shows our legislators in Washington and Albany are not the only politicians who have lost contact with reality. 766 more words

1.2 million Walmart employees receiving pay raises Thursday

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WKBN) – More than 1.2 million Walmart and Sam’s Club associates in the U.S., including more than 44,000 in Ohio, will receive a pay raise in their March 10 paychecks. 94 more words

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Wal-Mart offering pay raises to its employees

BENTONVILLE, Arkansas (WKBN) – More than 1.2 million U.S. Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club workers will receive a pay increase in what Wal-Mart calls the “second phase of the company’s two-year, $2.7 billion investment in workers.” 188 more words

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Sheetz convenience store chain spending $15M to raise wages


ALTOONA, Pa. (AP) – The Pennsylvania-based Sheetz convenience store chain says it will spend $15 million this year to raise its workers’ pay across the company. 124 more words

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