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An investigation into fraudulent applications for Vermont driver’s privilege cards has spread to foreign countries, according to the commissioner of the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles.Read More →
Falling birth rates will cut school attendance in the coming years, but just 18 states require that competence be considered when laying off teachers. That means union-crafted seniority rules will drive the process in most districts, further compromising the quality of public education.Read More →
Some 30 states have renewable portfolio standards but James M. Taylor of the Heartland Institute says they should be repealed.Read More →
“We really have no idea if there was fraud or embezzlement,” Booth said. “We don’t know how many millions of feet of pipe came in and where it went. My feeling is a lot of stuff walked away, especially now that we know there were absolutely no controls.”Read More →
hen most people hear the term small business, they think of a local hair salon or dry cleaner or a family farm. They don’t think of big hotel chains like Hilton and Sheraton, yet they are eligible for Small Business Administration loans. In New Mexico, many of the biggest SBA loans are to franchises of multi-million dollar hotel chains.Read More →