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"Heroes for Hire" Bill Passes Ala. House

Posted: 02/14/2012 - A proposal to help returning Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans find work passed the Alabama House of Representatives on Tuesday, as lawmakers continued their commitment to making job growth legislation the top priority in the 2012 Regular Session.

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Obama Set To Release 2013 Budget Monday

Posted: 02/12/2012 - The president's plan is laden with stimulus-style initiatives: sharp increases for highway construction and school modernization, and a new tax credit for businesses that add jobs. But it avoids sacrifice... Democrats controlling the Senate appear unlikely to offer a budget at all, for a third straight year...

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Controversy Continues Over Fla. Budget

Posted: 02/10/2012 - Despite a $2 billion budget deficit, Florida lawmakers continue to push for a billion dollar increase for public schools.

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Fla. House Passes Budget; Democrats Call Cuts 'Devastating'

Updated: 02/09/2012 - The Florida House signed off on a $69.2 billion budget plan Thursday. It gives Governor Scott most of what he's been asking for, namely a boost in education funding, but democrats say the cuts are 'devastating'.

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Ga. Ag Commissioner Urges Change in Washington

Posted: 02/09/2012 - Georgia's agriculture commissioner traveled to Washington to urge members of Congress to reform a federal guest worker program to make it easier for farmers to use.

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President Exempts 10 States from No Child Left Behind Law

Posted: 02/09/2012 - President Barack Obama says his decision to free 10 states from the No Child Left Behind education law will give the flexibility they need to set high standards for students and hold schools accountable.

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Rick Santorum Wins Missouri Presidential Primary

Posted: 02/07/2012 - Rick Santorum has won the Missouri Republican primary, a nonbinding election that carries bragging rights but does not award any delegates in the race for the presidential nomination.

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Voting Rights Activists to March on Montgomery

Posted: 02/07/2012 - Civil rights, labor and immigration activists say they are returning to Selma, Ala. next month to protest state laws they say will largely prevent black and Latino voters, the poor, students and the elderly from voting.

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