Snyder's Education Cuts

Filmmakers made peace with film incentives, but changes loom - Hometownlife.com

Mon, 2014-07-07 09:26

Filmmakers made peace with film incentives, but changes loom
Hometownlife.com
Michigan's film incentives have experienced relative stability since the upheavals of 2011, when Snyder announced his plan to cut the previously uncapped allocation to $25 million. Snyder's act angered the local film community, sent projects like “The ...

Filmmakers made peace with film incentives, but changes loom - Hometownlife.com

Mon, 2014-07-07 09:13

Filmmakers made peace with film incentives, but changes loom
Hometownlife.com
Michigan's film incentives have experienced relative stability since the upheavals of 2011, when Snyder announced his plan to cut the previously uncapped allocation to $25 million. Snyder's act angered the local film community, sent projects like “The ...

Higher ed: Michigan's best hope - The Detroit News

Mon, 2014-07-07 00:05

Higher ed: Michigan's best hope
The Detroit News
Rick Snyder and the Legislature have adopted a budget that provides additional resources to higher education – reversing a more than decade-long trend of cuts to this vital area of state investment. The increase will help universities make access to ...

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Davis running toward a tax trap - Hutchinson News

Sun, 2014-07-06 21:05

Davis running toward a tax trap
Hutchinson News
Beyond boilerplate promises to fight for universally popular items like K-12 education and roads, Davis's plan was remarkably short on detail. ... But reversing would require assistance from the same state Legislature that passed the tax cuts in the ...

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Filmmakers made peace with film incentives, but changes loom - Detroit Free Press

Sun, 2014-07-06 19:15

Filmmakers made peace with film incentives, but changes loom
Detroit Free Press
But besides enduring Snyder's cuts, they have had to compete for support against more pressing needs like education, roads and Detroit's financial troubles, to name a few. There has been some good news for the incentives lately, and not just from ...

Deadline approaches for bankruptcy plan vote - WPEC

Sun, 2014-07-06 12:15

Deadline approaches for bankruptcy plan vote
WPEC
Police and fire retirees are faced with reduced cost-of-living payments. Their pension boards have joined Gov. Rick Snyder and state-appointed emergency manager Kevyn Orr in seeking "yes" votes on the plan. Voting "no" could result in deeper cuts for ...

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Business and professional briefs, July 6, 2014 - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Sun, 2014-07-06 08:23

Business and professional briefs, July 6, 2014
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
Grammer, who does cuts and coloring for men and women, works from the location at 918 W. Town Center Blvd., C. She previously worked as a stylist and manager for four years at Cost Cutters. Alwolhani, who does cuts, styling, waxing, ... She is also on ...

School districts that serve Michigan's poorest children should receive more ... - Mlive Kalamazoo

Sun, 2014-07-06 06:47

School districts that serve Michigan's poorest children should receive more ...
Mlive Kalamazoo
That, however, does not address Kalamazoo Superintendent Michael Rice's more fundamental arguments: K-12 education funding hasn't kept pace with inflation and funding should be tied to poverty indicators. As for inflation, the ... To the credit of ...

The tax trap - Hays Daily News

Sun, 2014-07-06 02:07

The tax trap
Hays Daily News
Beyond boilerplate promises to fight for universally popular items such as K-12 education and roads, Davis' plan was remarkably short on detail. ... But reversing would require assistance from the same state Legislature that passed the tax cuts in the ...

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Sunday Interview with Dick McMichael: Anyone who says they're completely ... - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Sat, 2014-07-05 22:09

Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Sunday Interview with Dick McMichael: Anyone who says they're completely ...
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Education: Jordan High, 1948; attended Mercer University, 1951-53; graduated from Columbus College in 1985. Family: Widower with one son, Rick; four step-sons, Kenneth, Mickey, Doug ... But I wanted to see if I could cut it, and if I cut that I figured ...

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Sunday Interview with Dick McMichael: Anyone who says they're completely ... - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Sat, 2014-07-05 21:42

Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Sunday Interview with Dick McMichael: Anyone who says they're completely ...
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Education: Jordan High, 1948; attended Mercer University, 1951-53; graduated from Columbus College in 1985. Family: Widower with one son, Rick; four step-sons, Kenneth, Mickey, Doug ... But I wanted to see if I could cut it, and if I cut that I figured ...

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Pair of Dems and Republicans vie for 38th District House seat - Hometownlife.com

Sat, 2014-07-05 10:55

Pair of Dems and Republicans vie for 38th District House seat
Hometownlife.com
The educational cuts have put a strain on school systems across the state. We have more schools in financial ... Governor Snyder and the Republicans in the House and Senate promised jobs and no new taxes. What a dismal failure. Most Republicans ...

The political tax trap hinders Davis - Arkansas City Traveler

Sat, 2014-07-05 01:42

The political tax trap hinders Davis
Arkansas City Traveler
Beyond boilerplate promises to fight for universally popular items like K-12 education and roads, Davis's plan was remarkably short on detail. ... But reversing would require assistance from the same state legislature that passed the tax cuts in the ...

Bids for Bremerton water project far exceed city's estimates - Gig Harbor Life

Fri, 2014-07-04 18:41

Bids for Bremerton water project far exceed city's estimates
Gig Harbor Life
Engineers try to put together their “best educated estimate” for the project's cost but bids can still fluctuate wildly, according to Tina Nelson, a senior project manager for Kitsap County. ... Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance ...

Opinion: Michigan's erratic support of film hinders as much as helps - The Oakland Press

Fri, 2014-07-04 12:26

Opinion: Michigan's erratic support of film hinders as much as helps
The Oakland Press
Lawmakers in Lansing are waging their yearly fight over the state's budget, which could cut the $50 million incentives program by half next year. When Senate Majority Leader Randy ... Snyder have settled next year's budget, folks in the state's film ...

Detroit: the right to life, family, home, dignity - and water - The Ecologist (blog)

Fri, 2014-07-04 09:36

Detroit: the right to life, family, home, dignity - and water
The Ecologist (blog)
Or is it just increasingly difficult to cut through the corporate spin machine that seems to dictate so much of what we hear and see these days on the TV and in newspapers, as Conan O'Brien famously demonstrated when he showed how local news stations ...

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11th District Senate candidates dish up proposals to address state issues ... - Hometownlife.com

Fri, 2014-07-04 06:53

11th District Senate candidates dish up proposals to address state issues ...
Hometownlife.com
Among those topics were roads, public education, Right to Work, legalization of fireworks, human rights, protecting Michigan's wolves and the Educational Achievement Authority. The candidates were the center of ... Barnett suggests using a portion of ...

Out of the past - Columbus CEO

Fri, 2014-07-04 01:33

Out of the past
Columbus CEO
Charles Snyder, a former secretary of the company, filed the petition for receivership. It claims the company owes him $600 ... Superintendent Eugene Emter is recommending the board of education hire Ed Miller for position. He has been the assistant ...

RACKAWAY: Candidate Davis dodges tax trap - Ottawaherald.com

Thu, 2014-07-03 18:56

RACKAWAY: Candidate Davis dodges tax trap
Ottawaherald.com
The Lawrence state representative doesn't seem like he needs sympathy, so offering it might seem odd. Davis is unopposed for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, faces an unpopular opponent in the general election, and has experienced successful ...

Opinion: Michigan's erratic support of film hinders as much as helps - The Macomb Daily

Thu, 2014-07-03 17:17

Opinion: Michigan's erratic support of film hinders as much as helps
The Macomb Daily
Lawmakers in Lansing are waging their yearly fight over the state's budget, which could cut the $50 million incentives program by half next year. When Senate Majority Leader Randy ... Snyder have settled next year's budget, folks in the state's film ...

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