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Dallas farmers markets scrambling to figure out how to accept food stamps after company shutdown

Update: Updated at 1:21 p.m. July 14 to include statement from the USDA's Food and Nutrition Service. Several North Texas farmers markets are scrambling to figure out how to accept benefits formerly k... read more

Minn. Shutdown Causes Added Pain, Costs Millions

State officials won’t be able to calculate the shutdown’s ... State taxpayers are far from the only losers in the shutdown. In northern Minnesota, Knife River Corp., a Bismarck, N.D.-based constructio... read more

Issue debated, no decision made by township supervisors

Norman Giancola, supervisors chairman, who was returning after a two-month absence because of a medical condition, had township solicitor Phillip L. Clark Jr. formulate a two-page ordinance that Gianc... read more

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Low-wage fast-food jobs leave hefty tax bill, report says

or food stamps, $1.04 billion per year Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, $82 million per year The states where the fast-food industry's low wages cost U.S. taxpayers the most include California ... read more

Work: An Immigrant Story

If you start in rural New England and drive down into Appalachia or across into the Upper Midwest you will be driving through county after county with few immigrants ... leaving the rest of the crew t... read more

Libertarians Debate Basic Income Guarantee

Unlike other welfare programs which encourage or require recipients to consume certain specific kinds of good–such as medical care, housing, or food–a BIG simply gives ... income in the March 2014 iss... read more

Added Pain In Minnesota Shutdown: It Costs Millions

State officials won’t be able to calculate the full cost until the shutdown ends. Budget talks Wednesday made no meaningful progress, as Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative Republicans are sti... read more

UAW: GOP Trying to Destroy Union & Middle Class; GM: US Only Gov't Not Aiding Auto Industry

"But we could not accept the effort by the Senate GOP caucus to single out ... because Toyota and other Japanese companies typically pay their top executives 12 to 15 times what the company's lowest p... read more

Should we punish or preach to pirates?

Following the Federal Court's decision on the Dallas Buyers Club we're about to see ... BitTorrent itself is scrambling to go legit, with the BitTorrent company recently signing a deal with the BBC to ... read more

As a state legislator, Lincoln tried to play the 'run away' game, too

But the Democrats cleverly moved to adjourn the legislature in December, 1840, which would trigger the bank’s demise, after which they would immediately begin a new session. There was only one way tha... read more

Mackenzie Ankrom

On Sunday, September 18, 2011, one of God's little angels went home, Mackenzie Ankrom, stillborn, of Clinton, Pennsylvania. Mackenzie was the daughter of Eric Ankrom and Jerrica Johnson of Clinton. Sh... read more

Cost of labour tops retailers' shopping list

But in the wake of the emphatic victory, retailers are very keen to the engage the new government in a serious conversation about the cost of labour. Myer CEO Bernie Brookes is blaming the company's a... read more

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