Snyder's Education Cuts

Red, blue states move in opposite directions in a new era of single-party control - Washington Post

Sat, 2013-12-28 20:29

Red, blue states move in opposite directions in a new era of single-party control
Washington Post
But rather than cutting more deeply, a number of them also have raised taxes to pay for education or infrastructure. They have backed the president on the main .... Rick Snyder signed it, he said: “I don't view this as anti-union at all. I believe this ...

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BRUNCH EDITION -- WHAT 2013 WOULDA BEEN LIKE, IF PUNDITS WERE ... - Politico

Sat, 2013-12-28 13:27

BRUNCH EDITION -- WHAT 2013 WOULDA BEEN LIKE, IF PUNDITS WERE ...
Politico
Owner Dan Snyder retired the offensive team name in October, vindicating Post sports columnist Mike Wise, who predicted that the name change might come 'sooner than anyone thought.' … “E.J. Dionne thought it was the 'longest of long shots' when he ...

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BRUNCH EDITION -- WHAT 2013 WOULDA BEEN LIKE, IF PUNDITS WERE ... - Politico

Sat, 2013-12-28 13:27

BRUNCH EDITION -- WHAT 2013 WOULDA BEEN LIKE, IF PUNDITS WERE ...
Politico
Owner Dan Snyder retired the offensive team name in October, vindicating Post sports columnist Mike Wise, who predicted that the name change might come 'sooner than anyone thought.' … “E.J. Dionne thought it was the 'longest of long shots' when he ...

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Bethany Children's Home makes cuts as it tackles financial woes - Reading Eagle

Sat, 2013-12-28 13:04

Bethany Children's Home makes cuts as it tackles financial woes
Reading Eagle
"They're kids that know how to take care of themselves," Snyder said. "They know how to do the laundry. They know how to cook for themselves. But they need a place to stay. They need food, they need clothing and a lot of them need education."

Former part-time pols in Bay Area reap medical benefits at taxpayer expense - San Jose Mercury News

Fri, 2013-12-27 19:55

Former part-time pols in Bay Area reap medical benefits at taxpayer expense
San Jose Mercury News
That's equivalent to what the district spends to educate 11 students a year. Who received the ... Services cut but not lifetime benefits: Fairfield, a struggling Solano County city that closes its City Hall on Fridays to cut costs, paid more than $76 ...

Radio analyst Chris Cooley praised for candor commenting on former Redskins ... - Washington Post

Fri, 2013-12-27 18:22

Washington Post

Radio analyst Chris Cooley praised for candor commenting on former Redskins ...
Washington Post
I find it educational, and again, I'm amazed at what I hear him say each week.” After years in high-tech meeting rooms, Cooley now watches film the same way ... In any case, Cooley benefits from his reputation as an unconventional cut-up, someone who ...

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Lawmakers reflect on successes, failures of 2013 - HollandSentinel.com

Fri, 2013-12-27 13:28

Lawmakers reflect on successes, failures of 2013
HollandSentinel.com
"We're cutting that (preschool) waiting list in half and hopefully with this next budget year we'll get rid of the waiting list because of need-based situations. ... Another of Snyder's plans — capping unlimited medical benefits for people seriously ...

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Lawmakers reflect on successes, failures of 2013 - HollandSentinel.com

Fri, 2013-12-27 13:28

Lawmakers reflect on successes, failures of 2013
HollandSentinel.com
"We're cutting that (preschool) waiting list in half and hopefully with this next budget year we'll get rid of the waiting list because of need-based situations. ... Another of Snyder's plans — capping unlimited medical benefits for people seriously ...

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Tough holiday season for Mich. workers - The Detroit News

Fri, 2013-12-27 01:12

Tough holiday season for Mich. workers
The Detroit News
Snyder's corporate tax cuts have not only robbed K-12 and higher education, they have taken from the working poor. The near-elimination of the Earned Income Tax Credit — a tax break for low-income workers that kept many of them out of poverty — helps ...

Tough holiday season for Mich. workers - The Detroit News

Fri, 2013-12-27 01:12

Tough holiday season for Mich. workers
The Detroit News
Snyder's corporate tax cuts have not only robbed K-12 and higher education, they have taken from the working poor. The near-elimination of the Earned Income Tax Credit — a tax break for low-income workers that kept many of them out of poverty — helps ...

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Tough holiday season for Mich. workers - The Detroit News

Fri, 2013-12-27 01:12

Tough holiday season for Mich. workers
The Detroit News
Snyder's corporate tax cuts have not only robbed K-12 and higher education, they have taken from the working poor. The near-elimination of the Earned Income Tax Credit — a tax break for low-income workers that kept many of them out of poverty — helps ...

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Former part-time pols in Bay Area reap medical benefits at taxpayer expense - Vallejo Times-Herald

Thu, 2013-12-26 19:38

Former part-time pols in Bay Area reap medical benefits at taxpayer expense
Vallejo Times-Herald
That's equivalent to what the district spends to educate 11 students a year. Who received the ... Services cut but not lifetime benefits: Fairfield, a struggling Solano County city that closes its City Hall on Fridays to cut costs, paid more than $76 ...

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Gov. Snyder talks the possibility of running for a second term - MyFox Detroit

Thu, 2013-12-26 17:32

Gov. Snyder talks the possibility of running for a second term
MyFox Detroit
"Well, again, it's improved in terms of coming down," Snyder responds. The Democrats will blast him for cutting education and he will claim he actually increased education spending. And then there's the Mitt Romney potential problem. Mr. Romney lost ...

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Year in Review-2013 - Clarkston News

Thu, 2013-12-26 15:36

Year in Review-2013
Clarkston News
There have been several changes to healthcare benefits for both current township employees, as well as retirees, in recent years, as the township board seeks ways to cut costs. Local beats cancer, runs marathon. Danell Duff had ... We are in the ...

Storm of controversy - San Angelo Standard Times

Thu, 2013-12-26 01:09

Storm of controversy
San Angelo Standard Times
Mary Fallin, triggering a debate over the current push by some GOP-controlled states to cut taxes to improve their business climate instead of using available revenue for long-standing problems. “It would be nice if every kid in ... “Just adding on a ...

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Storm of controversy - San Angelo Standard Times

Wed, 2013-12-25 18:00

Storm of controversy
San Angelo Standard Times
Mary Fallin, triggering a debate over the current push by some GOP-controlled states to cut taxes to improve their business climate instead of using available revenue for long-standing problems. “It would be nice if every kid in ... “Just adding on a ...

Editorial: Michigan needs a year-round commitment to struggling children - Detroit Free Press

Wed, 2013-12-25 00:10

Editorial: Michigan needs a year-round commitment to struggling children
Detroit Free Press
Rick Snyder and state legislators anxious to offset the cost of business tax cuts. Doubling down on the state's rising, but still modest, investment in early childhood education is another policy no-brainer whose long-term dividends have been well ...

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Game-Changing Events Build Motown Momentum - Detroit Metro Times

Wed, 2013-12-25 00:00

Detroit Metro Times

Game-Changing Events Build Motown Momentum
Detroit Metro Times
McKinnon, who left the Detroit Police in 1998, subsequently joined the faculty of the University of Detroit-Mercy as an associate professor of Education and Human Services. His institutional knowledge will ... But there is no need to cut all ties with ...

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