Snyder's Education Cuts

Detroit schools may take next step without an EM - The Detroit News

Wed, 2015-01-07 00:06

The Detroit News

Detroit schools may take next step without an EM
The Detroit News
Rick Snyder, who appointed Martin, indicated a desire for change in DPS last month, saying “we've been there too long with an emergency manager.” With Martin's ... He says the district has avoided closing schools since he took over, and increased its ...

Newton, Green, Andover to tackle school cost gap, tuition estimates - New Jersey Herald

Tue, 2015-01-06 23:09

Newton, Green, Andover to tackle school cost gap, tuition estimates
New Jersey Herald
NEWTON — The widening gap between what Andover and Green school districts have been charged and what it actually costs to educate their high school students at Newton High School is at the top of the three districts' school boards' agenda this month ...

2014 In Review: Part Two (July through December) - Crawford county avalanche

Tue, 2015-01-06 11:52

2014 In Review: Part Two (July through December)
Crawford county avalanche
It was a busy year for Grayling and Crawford County. With 2014 coming to an end, the Crawford County Avalanche presents Part Two (July through December) of its annual Year In Review feature. Last week's Avalanche included Part One (January through ...

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Rick Cohen's 10 Predictions for Nonprofits and Foundations in 2015 - The Nonprofit Quarterly

Tue, 2015-01-06 10:52

Rick Cohen's 10 Predictions for Nonprofits and Foundations in 2015
The Nonprofit Quarterly
There will be no hiding place for racism, overt or otherwise: As the year came to an end, some fans of the Washington, D.C., NFL franchise owned by Dan Snyder organized a tailgate fundraising event at FedEx Field before the game against the Dallas ...

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Rick Cohen's 10 Predictions for Nonprofits and Foundations in 2015 - The Nonprofit Quarterly

Tue, 2015-01-06 10:41

Rick Cohen's 10 Predictions for Nonprofits and Foundations in 2015
The Nonprofit Quarterly
There will be no hiding place for racism, overt or otherwise: As the year came to an end, some fans of the Washington, D.C., NFL franchise owned by Dan Snyder organized a tailgate fundraising event at FedEx Field before the game against the Dallas ...

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Right-to-work would trim union clout, but broader economic impact unclear - La Crosse Tribune

Tue, 2015-01-06 05:35

La Crosse Tribune

Right-to-work would trim union clout, but broader economic impact unclear
La Crosse Tribune
Rick Snyder, who ultimately signed the state law, he won't say whether he would sign or veto such a bill if it came to his desk. But he has ... But public employees also faced simultaneous cuts in take-home pay, as the state required higher pension and ...

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Rick Scott Gives GOP an Economic Game Plan in Inaugural Address - Sunshine State News

Tue, 2015-01-06 04:03

Rick Scott Gives GOP an Economic Game Plan in Inaugural Address
Sunshine State News
Already, he plans to pursue additional tax cuts in the upcoming legislative session even as the state government takes in more revenue as business booms in Florida. Scott is already planning to send some of that money to Florida's ... Scott's put a ...

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Rick Scott Gives GOP an Economic Game Plan in Inaugural Address - Sunshine State News

Tue, 2015-01-06 04:03

Rick Scott Gives GOP an Economic Game Plan in Inaugural Address
Sunshine State News
Already, he plans to pursue additional tax cuts in the upcoming legislative session even as the state government takes in more revenue as business booms in Florida. Scott is already planning to send some of that money to Florida's ... Scott's put a ...

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The Public Pulse, Jan. 6 - Omaha World-Herald

Tue, 2015-01-06 02:00

The Public Pulse, Jan. 6
Omaha World-Herald
Early on, he set the priorities of strengthening Nebraska's education system and its economy. Unwavering focus on these twin priorities for a decade ... Did these folks sacrifice their lives for the tax cuts the governor promoted? I believe they did. I ...

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Thank Congress, Not LBJ for Great Society - Daily Beast

Mon, 2015-01-05 18:59

Daily Beast

Thank Congress, Not LBJ for Great Society
Daily Beast
The administration had scored victories before the election—the tax cut, the Civil Rights Act, and the Economic Opportunity Act—but now the possibilities for passing bills seemed almost limitless. Johnson believed he had the best opportunity he ...

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Scott Walker, Starting Second Term in Wisconsin, Steers Away From New Battle ... - New York Times

Mon, 2015-01-05 16:01

New York Times

Scott Walker, Starting Second Term in Wisconsin, Steers Away From New Battle ...
New York Times
Scott Walker of Wisconsin, who rose to national prominence in the Republican Party by cutting the collective bargaining rights of most public sector unions, strongly indicated in the final days of his re-election campaign that he had no plans to expand ...

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Women to Watch in the 114th Congress - KTIC

Mon, 2015-01-05 15:48

KTIC

Women to Watch in the 114th Congress
KTIC
Her ad “Squeal,” in which she linked her experience castrating hogs with an ability to “cut pork” in Washington, increased her name recognition around the country. When she defeated Rep. Bruce Braley, she simultaneously became the first female Iowa ...

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Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis Celebrated Historic Year Progress in 2014 - Lung Disease News

Mon, 2015-01-05 13:35

Lung Disease News

Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis Celebrated Historic Year Progress in 2014
Lung Disease News
PF didn't make the cut for the FDA's initial list in 201, but sought public comment, and at the CPF's request, more than 3,000 of its members sent letters to FDA Commissioner, Margaret Hamburg, MD appealing for PF to be included in the program. ... CPF ...

Nine economic development questions facing Muriel Bowser - Washington Post

Mon, 2015-01-05 12:36

Nine economic development questions facing Muriel Bowser
Washington Post
Now cutting funding for such projects is in vogue. Arlington County officials completely axed their ... Will Bowser contribute them to the Olympic effort, particularly if the new stadium would eventually end up in the hands of Dan Snyder and the team ...

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Sex for sale in the Bakken: Trafficking in ND is on the rise - Daily Republic

Mon, 2015-01-05 11:14

Daily Republic

Sex for sale in the Bakken: Trafficking in ND is on the rise
Daily Republic
EDITOR'S NOTE: Forum News Service takes on the issue of human trafficking and female exploitation in this seven-part, in-depth reporting series. We explore the emerging crisis as it unfolds in the Oil Patch of western North Dakota, as well as in ...
Sex for sale in the Bakken: Trafficking in North Dakota is on the rise, and ...Bemidji Pioneer
Trafficking in North Dakota is on the rise, and often the victims can't escapeBismarck Tribune

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Sex for sale in the Bakken: Trafficking in North Dakota is on the rise, and ... - Bemidji Pioneer

Sun, 2015-01-04 11:33

Bemidji Pioneer

Sex for sale in the Bakken: Trafficking in North Dakota is on the rise, and ...
Bemidji Pioneer
Like carnival barkers in an Internet sideshow, they tout their product: young women who will provide companionship. For a price. "I have girls that are waiting for you to do with as you please," one online ad promises. Lakey, 34, scrolls through the ...
Trafficking in North Dakota is on the rise, and often the victims can't escapeBismarck Tribune

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Record winter, I-96 closure mark 2014 in Redford - Hometownlife.com

Sun, 2015-01-04 08:17

Record winter, I-96 closure mark 2014 in Redford
Hometownlife.com
November started with the general election in which the South Redford Board of Education saw newcomer Shirley Tolliver elected and Trustee Tom Dowdy re-elected. Board President Bruce Mazurowski chose not to seek re-election to the board. In Redford ...

Trafficking in North Dakota is on the rise, and often the victims can't escape - Bismarck Tribune

Sun, 2015-01-04 08:06

Bismarck Tribune

Trafficking in North Dakota is on the rise, and often the victims can't escape
Bismarck Tribune
Forum News Service takes on the issue of human trafficking and female exploitation in this seven-part in-depth reporting series. We explore the emerging crisis as it unfolds in the Oil Patch of western North Dakota, as well as in Minnesota and South ...

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Our View: GOP challenge is getting two wings to fly together - Cheboygan Daily News

Sun, 2015-01-04 02:35

Our View: GOP challenge is getting two wings to fly together
Cheboygan Daily News
Gamrat spoke disdainfully of the “inside game” played by politicians in Lansing and of cutting off the “gravy train” that lobbyists have come to expect. Garcia and Gamrat represent the establishment-tea party divide that ... Similarly, Snyder's ...

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