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McCain Health Plan: You Choose 29.4.2008 Washington Post
The Trail | Ariz. senator aims to move away from job-based coverage to open market competition.

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Don't withdraw a helping hand 28.4.2008 SFGate: Op-Ed
The Alameda County Public Health Department recently issued a report documenting the "overwhelming" and "shocking" data linking poverty in Alameda County to poor health outcomes, including death. As quoted in the Chronicle, Tony Iton, the county's public... ...
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Don't withdraw a helping hand 27.4.2008 SFGate: Op-Ed
The Alameda County Public Health Department recently issued a report documenting the "overwhelming" and "shocking" data linking poverty in Alameda County to poor health outcomes, including death. As quoted in the Chronicle, Tony Iton, the county's public... ...
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Better to aid mentally ill outside of jail, report says 20.4.2008 Denver Post: Local
One of every five inmates jailed in the seven- county Denver metro area has a serious mental illness, and housing them takes a $34.4 million annual bite out of the counties' tight budgets, according to a new report by a Metro Area County Commissioners' task force.
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Delay on public safety building 20.4.2008 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
AVON Town Meeting voters on May 6 will not be deciding whether to fund the proposed public safety building, as the Building Committee has withdrawn the article in order to further refine the project in time for Special Town Meeting consideration in the fall, said Tracy Self, committee chairwoman. Among the issues yet to be decided is the new building's ...
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Clinton Blames MoveOn 20.4.2008 Washington Post
The Trail | Candidate says her caucus losses were due in part to efforts of liberal activist group.

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California's 14,000 fired teachers in high demand 19.4.2008 Houston Chronicle: Nation
Precious Jackson has two years of teaching under her belt and two school teacher-of-the-year awards. She also has a pink slip. Now Jackson is a target for growing school districts across the country hoping to cherry-pick from thousands of California teachers who have been warned they could be laid off because of state budget woes.
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State warns of shrinking CPA grants 17.4.2008 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
The list of projects funded by Newton's Community Preservation Act program runs quite a way down the page on the city website.
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Magic Johnson's urban development fund hits pay dirt 16.4.2008 LA Times: Top News
Investors raise $1 billion for projects in major metropolitan markets.

Magic still seems to have his touch.

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Magic Johnson's urban development fund hits pay dirt 16.4.2008 LA Times: Business
Investors raise $1 billion for projects in major metropolitan markets. Magic still seems to have his ...
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Global crisis grows as world food prices soar 13.4.2008 Chicago Tribune: Business
What's considered largely an irritation in the U.S. threatens worldwide social upheaval as hunger strains poor nations Families in India have stopped buying vegetables -- meat and milk have never been affordable -- and will simply have to go hungry if prices rise any ...
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Following the money 13.4.2008 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
Some affluent north-suburban neighborhoods grew significantly richer over the past few years, while many others fared less well.
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L.A.'s anti-density warrior 6.4.2008 LA Times: Commentary
Zev Yaroslavsky says density is not the answer in the drive to build more affordable housing.

The density wars in Los Angeles are heating up.

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L.A.'s anti-density warrior 6.4.2008 LA Times: Opinion
Zev Yaroslavsky says density is not the answer in the drive to build more affordable housing.

The density wars in Los Angeles are heating up.

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House and Senate find money to replace cuts to public housing 4.4.2008 Boston Globe: Connecticut
It's now up to Gov. M. Jodi Rell to sign a bill that replenishes funding for public housing authority properties and public housing units run by nonprofit agencies.
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Farmers worry proposal to cut Agriculture Department could take garden out of Garden State 31.3.2008 Star Tribune: Nation
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Morris hasn't escaped crunch of foreclosures 30.3.2008 The Daily Record: Local
Foreclosures are becoming more common everywhere, and although affluent Morris County is not being hit as hard as other areas, it is feeling the pinch.
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Risky Business 30.3.2008 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, school officials will hold the first of two public meetings to identify and develop strategies to decrease risky behavior among students. The meeting will be held at the middle-high school and will present the results of the Youth Risk Behavior Survey administered to Avon students in grades 6 to 12 last April. Among survey findings ...
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Finance committee changes sought 23.3.2008 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
The town bylaw committee has submitted an article to go before Town Meeting in May that would reduce the number of members on the Finance Committee from seven to five and the number needed for an operating quorum from four to three. The committee, which has had only five members for several years, is frequently prevented from conducting business ...
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Affordable-housing plans stalling 16.3.2008 Chicago Tribune: Real Estate
Credit market woes holding back funding as projects are placed back on the shelf Affordable housing is the latest victim of the credit crunch that is reverberating through financial ...
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