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Story Repair | Mike Alberti | Alternative models, Government services
May 7, 2013 — As it struggles to escape from the broad economic stagnation that has plagued Europe for nearly half a decade, the Danish government has recently agreed to a series of policy changes...view
Story Repair | Mike Alberti | Labor, Pensions, State government
Dec. 18, 2012 — In 2008, when George Glover decided to retire from his job as a program coordinator for the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training after 33 years, he did so with the...view
Story Repair | Kevin C. Brown | Economy, Markets, Role of government
Sept. 26, 2012 — Last week, Ed Whitacre, former chairman and chief executive officer of General Motors, wrote in a Wall Street Journal op-ed that, “The Treasury Department should sell every last...view
Story Repair | Heather Rogers | Media, Politics
May 18, 2012 — Last week, six-term Republican Senator Richard G. Lugar was defeated in the Indiana primary by Richard Mourdock, the current state treasurer. During the campaign, Mourdock, who was...view
Story Repair | Mike Alberti | Corporate influence, Regulation
Apr. 12, 2012 — A proposed regulation by the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) to tighten the restrictions on the ways that lobbyists are permitted to influence federal employees has ignited a...view
Story Repair | Margaret Moslander | Labor, Regulation
Oct. 12, 2011 — New regulations from the Department of Labor, some nearing adoption and others already adopted and awaiting implementation, will raise living standards for H-2B workers — the tens of...view
Story Repair | Mike Alberti | Legislation
Oct. 12, 2011 — In the midst of last summer’s debate over raising the debt ceiling, President Obama delivered a televised address to the nation in which he urged members of Congress to “put politics...view
Story Repair | Mike Alberti | Environment
April 13, 2011 — Votes in both houses of Congress last week demonstrate strong support for the denial of climate science, despite the sweeping scientific consensus that supports it.  While some...view
Story Repair | Mike Alberti | Economy
March 7, 2011 — Mississippi is not used to getting good ratings for much of anything. According to the Census Bureau, the state has the lowest per-capita income in the country, as well as the...view
Story Repair | Diana Jean Schemo | Gender equity, Reproductive health services
January 18, 2011 — Significantly more women are turning to medications instead of surgery for abortions, ending unwanted pregnancies earlier and with less risk of complications to the woman,...view