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Caught in the Middle – Journal

The deep pockets had the 2021-22 budget to their liking. They got incentives, tax breaks and grants in the name of the ripple effect. The so-called drop-down spinners in the budget included the manufacturing, petroleum refining, pharmaceuticals, financials, steel, leather, automotive and cell phone segments. The vulnerable and the poor …

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Worcester to publish police records in newspaper

A judge ruled that the city of Worcester broke Massachusetts public records law by failing to disclose records of police misconduct investigations requested by a local newspaper. Worcester Superior Court Judge Janet Kenton-Walker, June 2, found that the city had wrongly withheld the Telegram & Gazette’s police misconduct investigation files …

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Double the big lie

Legislatively speaking By Senator Lena C. Taylor Wisconsin GOP moves bad ballot bills Lena C. Taylor This week, the Wisconsin Republicans doubled their madness. Introducing laws, holding hearings and voting on a number of bills that seek to diminish the rights of others, they have been on a roll. Working …

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Update June 11: Midcoast Adds Three New COVID-19 Cases

AUGUSTA – The Maine CDC has updated its list of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the state of Maine. Each morning, the Maine CDC updates its COVID-19 data on its website with the latest coronavirus figures from across the state. Knox County, as of March 2020, has recorded 1,142 …

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Governor Evers visits the Breitenmoser family farm

Dairy Month, Badger Bounceback, Redistribution Discussed By Tina L. Scott MMC staff LINCOLN COUNTY – Governor Tony Evers and Senator Brad Pfaff visited the Breitenmoser Family Farms on Joe Snow Road in Lincoln County on Wednesday, June 2, as part of its June launch. Hans Breitenmoser Jr. gave the governor …

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