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New Mexico governor announces free college tuition plan for residents

Political News by Tim Sumer – New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham wants to provide state residents with free tuition to public colleges, a plan that, if passed by the state legislature, would add New Mexico to the growing list of Democratic-led states to offer free higher education. 10 palabras más

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Learning from the Best: Singapore and Education Reform

By Matthew Boey

As a leader in the global economy, the United States has consistently produced a creative, entrepreneurial workforce to rival many other major economies. 1.298 palabras más

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Federal Reserve cuts benchmark interest rate by a quarter-point

Federal Reserve cuts benchmark interest rate by a quarter-point



PWC partner Mitch Roschelle says interest rate cuts will help put the U.S. back on par with the rest of the world and provide a boost to the growing economy.

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Issue of allowing ATVs on roads heats up at Cavan Monaghan council meeting

Cavan Monaghan Township council is mulling over allowing ATVs on about 10 km of public roads.

The roads under consideration connect trails from the Victoria Rail Trail in the City of Kawartha Lakes to the Ganaraska Forest in Northumberland County. 421 palabras más

Canada

Analysis: Trump wages more war on California

Political News by Tim Sumer – Imposing their will over states might be what all presidents do, but President Donald Trump specifically promised in his inaugural address to take power away from Washington and give it back to the people. 10 palabras más

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Inspector General Horowitz Reveals HE DID REFER JAMES COMEY FOR CRIMINAL PROSECUTION But The DOJ DECLINED

By: Brian Evans

On Wednesday, Inspector General Michael Horowitz testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, following his long investigation. One of the topics covered involved former FBI Director James Comey, who had, as of yet, escaped prosecution for criminal misconduct by the Department of Justice. 396 palabras más

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