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Non-Profit Steps In as Stop-Gap to Keep SNAP in Farmers Markets (For Now)
NAFMNP is funding 30 extra days to (hopefully) figure out a long-term solution ... given a contract to a private company to allocate money to help farmers markets accept SNAP payments. Paying with SNA... read more
How much retirement savings do you really need?
Dallas Salisbury, president of the Employee Benefit Research Institute, explains that people need to save much more than what was previously suggested. In the past, individuals were told they would li... read more
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
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How the Right Has Won
In the latest audacious example, the Republican leadership is proposing to offset the cost of Hurricane Katrina by slashing $50 billion from Medicaid, food stamps and student loan ... policies”–barely ... 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
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
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
How secure is your job?
My company is trying to find new ways to cut the budget, and it's not looking good for many of my coworkers and me. I am already searching for a new job. Problem is so are thousands of other Tennessea... 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
Texas: The Blue Frontier
It may seem like a joke after the midterm elections ... In 1911, labor activists were galvanized by a fire on the top floors of the Triangle Shirtwaist Company in New York City. The workplace was over... read more
How much do you care if there is a gov't shutdown?
But 20% of those polled had no opinion. Here’s my question to you: How much do you care if there is a government shutdown? Interested to know which ones made it on air? Kevin in Annapolis, Maryland: A ... 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