Farm subsidies are necessary at times, but the broad use in proposed legislation is too much.
The Postal Service is losing money. It can’t continue to operate without cuts or more revenue.
The school district is conducting a telephone survey through WSU that should provide a clear picture of what the community wants in renovating Wa-Hi.
If a budget isn’t approved by July 1, technically the state won’t have enough money to operate. Realistically, it will be a mess.
President Obama says no, but his denial doesn’t seem as convincing as the information reported by two newspapers.
Congress is holding hearings on $49 million spent on a good time for IRS employees.
School officials have to be certain voters favor the plan before putting it on the ballot.
A large school district in Virginia is adopting a program to reduce head trauma. It will be watched by the nation much like Washington’s Lystedt Act.
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