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UW dental school is fixing its financial woes, but university’s overall deficit remains a worry
Over the last year, the University of Washington’s debt-plagued dental school eliminated the equivalent of 34 full-time faculty and staff through layoffs and attrition, tightened expenses and found ot... read more
Why public debt is not like credit card debt
These are usually things the economy needs, anyway, that make it more productive or are necessary services curtailed by the recession, like schools and road repair ... can sell its bonds at record-low ... read more
State debt to pension funds 'much better'
university employees, state workers, lawmakers and judges. But even with enough money allocated in the state’s general revenue fund to cover what it owes, the state remains behind in its payments to t... read more
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Coard: George Washington's teeth not from wood but slaves
As Wiencek stated during a 2003 radio interview, Washington’s “slaves were miserably clothed … (In fact, they) were so badly clothed that they were stealing the wheat sacks made of the cheapest, rough... read more
How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare
Palmer for the Urban Institute, a nonprofit Washington research organization that specializes in social problems and government ... private schools. The public schools are overwhelmingly black. "It wa... read more
Are Wisconsin's state and local workers overpaid?
Consider this analysis the Economic Policy Institute conducted comparing total compensation -- that is to say, wages and health-care benefits and pensions -- among public and private workers in Wiscon... read more
What’s Wrong With Our System Of Global Trade And Finance
That pamphlet created a sensation in a Washington awash ... to the United States to attend college at Harvard and subsequently got a PhD. in economics at Princeton. He has taught political economy at ... read more
Rummage, bake sale planned
WAYNE TWP. – Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will a... read more
Is There Detroit After Bankruptcy?
Orr, a Washington ... its previous size,” Reuters reports. “Vallejo remains shut out of the municipal bond market and cannot raise money to address much needed infrastructure repairs.” John Pottow, a ... read more
House Republicans' Obamacare Replacement Plan Is a Disaster. Here's Why.
Though insurance companies love it because it guarantees overinflated profits for their industry, this idea goes a long way toward explaining why the supply of health care remains so ... plan might ad... read more
What makes Wisconsin’s Republican Governor Scott Walker a good choice for 2016
Economic expansion under Coolidge was rapid, with the gross national product rising roughly 4.2 percent a year from 1920 to 1929, as Marquette University ... It cost $11 million to repair the damage d... read more
What happened in Wisconsin tonight
Here's what just happened in Wisconsin: The rules of the state's Senate require a quorum for any measures that spend money. That's how the absence of the Senate's Democrats could stymie Gov. Scott Wal... read more