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MEET THE CANDIDATES When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
South Dakota's congressional delegation have expressed concern about the layoff of 92 workers at the Molded Fiber Glass plant and have issued statements in support for the renewal of the federal Production Tax Credit for wind energy. Uncertainty about...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsRepublicans across the country have lined up behind Mitt Romney in his bid to unseat President Barack Obama. However, there's an issue that could cost the presumptive GOP nominee some votes this November. Romney says he would allow the Federal Production...
Daily American Staff WriterState Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar is trying to shepherd two bills through the Senate in Harrisburg. The first repeals inheritance tax for everyone under the age of 21 who inherits money from a parent, stepparent or guardian. The legislation passed the...
WASHINGTON — Here's some encouraging news for financially stressed homeowners across the country: The Senate Finance Committee has approved a bipartisan bill that would extend the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act through 2013. Why is this...
Thom Hartmann, author of “Threshold,” is a well known and admired radio talk-show host. Thom is an idealist, dreamer and reformer with energy to burn. His research data is accurate and up to date. But one wonders if there is an interested...
email@example.comBeyond Blue Ridge Community and Technical College’s new “pastoral” campus, President Peter G. Checkovich said the college is hard at work on plans to open learning centers in Morgan and Jefferson counties. Courses in Morgan County...
Change of SubjectBy Megan Crepeau So, yes, Slate's thing is to be counterintuitive for counterintuitive's sake ("You think puppies are adorable? Here's why you're wrong."), but sometimes? Sometimes it pays off. Like with Dave Weigel's spot-on explanation that Orrin Hatch'...
On April 25, theU.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission(EEOC), for the first time in 25 years, updated its guidance on how employers may use criminal background checks in the hiring process. The new guidelines reaffirm that it is illegal under the...
Governor Sean Parnell (R-Alaska) is saying tonight that even though he has the power to call a second Special Session, it's unlikely that he'll do so. Parnell spoke with KTUU-TV Friday, one week after the special session came to an abrupt end. On...
With the the 30-thousand-dollar-a-day legislative session still in limbo, committee hearings were held. Though no laws can be passed, now that the Senate has adjourned, two Senate Committees did examine two important issues: the high cost of energy in...
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