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999 West Sunshine P.O. Box 3500 Springfield, MO 65807 Phone 417-268-3000 Fax 417-868-3895 KY3.com The Station Founded: KYTV signed on the air on October 1, 1953 at 4:47 P.M., concluding the broadcast day at 10:30 P.M. and has been an...
In advance of the special legislative session in Springfield on Wednesday to take another stab at pension reform, I initiated an email dialogue with Anders Lindall, spokesman for the local chapter of the American Federation of State, County and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter several years of frozen wages, 135 full-time, nonunion city employees will receive a 2 percent cost-of-living adjustment in the upcoming fiscal year thanks to a 3-1 vote Tuesday night by the Hagerstown City Council. The total cost of the COLA will...
Gov. Jerry Brown’s new offer of a 4.5% pay raise to the largest state employee union could affect the decision of a citizens panel that meets Wednesday to decide whether to give salary increases to the governor and legislators. It could be a...
Change of SubjectFor Wednesday's print column, in advance of the special legislative session in Springfield on Wednesday to take another stab at pension reform, I initiated an email dialogue with Anders Lindall, right, spokesman for the local chapter of the American...
Taxpayer heroes When state government leaders or their staffers squander the public's hard-earned tax dollars through waste, fraud or abuse, we and other critics are quick to bark about it. We make no apologies for being a taxpayer watchdog. But...
As Illinois daily sinks ever deeper into the financial cesspool, 35 states are considering cutting taxes, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. Indiana cut its personal income tax 5 percent over two years and, with a variety of...
HARRISBURG — The third rail of state politics is about to get touched. Public pensions. The Senate Finance Committee plans to vote on a pension reform bill Wednesday. The final bill that could emerge may be starkly different from the far-sweeping...
The United Way of Central Maryland announced Monday that local government workers gave more than $11.24 million during recent fundraising campaigns. Federal, state and local employees donated the money through payroll deductions to designated health and...
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Blue Shield of California, already facing a Los Angeles ethics complaint over potential conflicts of interest, is poised to take a lucrative health insurance contract for city workers away from rival Anthem Blue Cross. The proposed three-year deal is...
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Raychel@herald-mail.comHagerstown officials confirmed this week that the city’s existing contract with hundreds of city workers has been extended for six months. The current labor contract had been set to expire June 30, which could have left city workers in four...
SAN FRANCISCO — Officials who oversee the healthcare plans of San Francisco public employees and their families excoriated Kaiser executives Thursday for failing to adequately explain a proposed rate increase, but ultimately voted to back it as...
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