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Despite His Denial, Emails Tie Christie Administration to Controversial Lane Closures

One of the New Jersey governor's top aides ordered lane closures that gridlocked a town -- a move that Democrats say was political payback for the mayor's refusal to endorse Christie.

From Murder Conviction to City Council Win

Wantwaz Davis, who served nearly 20 years for murder before being elected to the Flint, Mich., city council in November, sees his background as an asset -- not a liability.

Cities That Raise the Minimum Wage May Have to Pay Their Workers More

State and local governments that look to raise the minimum wage may have to boost their own workers' pay first.

 

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January 9, 2014
 

Federal Budget Deal Delays Hospital Cuts -- For Now

The budget deal reached last month delays $1.1 billion in cuts to funding for hospitals serving large percentages of uninsured people. But that postponement will only make 2016 hurt a whole lot more.

 

Today's Headlines from Around the Nation

 
Politics
Virginia Governor Apologizes for Scandal During His Final State of the State
Utah Puts Recognition of Gay Marriages On Hold
L.A. County to Put Religious Cross Back on Official Seal?
Finance
In Annual Address, New York Governor Pledges Lower Taxes and Statewide Pre-K
Kentucky Governor Promises Tax Overhaul, More Education Funding in State of the State
Health & Human Services
Drug Addiction the Focus of the Vermont Governor's Annual Speech
Infrastructure & Environment
How Far Below the Earth’s Surface Do Property Lines Extend?
Management & Labor
West Virginia Governor Promises Pay Raises for Teachers, State Workers in Annual Address
Public Safety & Justice
L.A. Sheriff's Resignation Leaves Future of Department Unclear
Education
Minimum-Wage Hike, Pre-K Expansion at Top of Maryland Governor's Priorities
Education, Water and Wolves Top Idaho Gov. Otter's Priorities in State of the State
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Satan Statue at the Oklahoma State Capitol?

The building already has a statue of the Ten Commandments, so a satanic group says it should get space, too.

 

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