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Kansas lawmakers consider tuition freeze, pension bonds

John Hanna, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 6:31pm
State universities in Kansas would not be allowed to increase tuition for two years under a proposal drafted Wednesday by legislators, who also advanced a bill authorizing $1 billion in bonds to help shore up the state's public pension system.
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Obama signs order creating new cyber sanctions program

Ken Dilanian, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 5:52pm
President Barack Obama on Wednesday authorized a new U.S. government approach to deterring cyberattacks: financial sanctions against malicious overseas hackers and companies that knowingly benefit from the fruits of cyberespionage.
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Texas budget battle has only begun after 18-hour debate

Paul J. Weber, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 5:00pm
The budget plan bursts with big wins for Texas Republicans: more border security dollars, room for tax cuts and new jabs at abortion providers.
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Judge ends Maine man's attempt to salvage Cape Cod shipwreck

The Associated Press  |  posted 23 minutes ago
A treasure hunter's effort to salvage what he calls $3 billion in platinum from a World War II shipwreck off Cape Cod has been ended by a federal judge.
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Method to catch cars passing NC buses gets Senate panel OK

Gary D. Robertson, Associated Press  |  posted 32 minutes ago
Some North Carolina lawmakers want to give school districts authority to install cameras on school buses and issue $500 fines for those who pass the buses unlawfully.
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McDonald's: Workers to get pay hikes at company-owned stores

Candice Choi, Associated Press  |  posted 32 minutes ago
McDonald's says it's raising pay for workers at company-owned U.S. restaurants, making it the latest employer to sweeten worker incentives in an improving economy.
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Bondholders offer $2B boost for Puerto Rico power company

Danica Coto, Associated Press  |  posted 53 minutes ago
A group of U.S. bondholders on Wednesday offered to invest $2 billion in energy production and other measures that it said would help improve the finances and infrastructure of Puerto Rico's power company amid fears it will go bankrupt.
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Idaho House approves business sponsorships for state parks

Kimberlee Kruesi, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 6:31pm
Idaho's state parks may soon pursue corporate sponsorships under legislation recently approved by state lawmakers.
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Kasich strikes voter item from Ohio's transportation budget

Ann Sanner, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 6:31pm
Gov. John Kasich used his line-item-veto authority on Wednesday to strike a provision in the state's transportation budget that Democrats claimed would discourage out-of-state college students in Ohio from voting in the swing state.
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Cuomo: Education reforms are transformative, pro-teacher

David Klepper, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 6:11pm
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday touted the contentious educational reforms he fought to include in the state budget as transformative and said that when combined with a big school funding increase, they make this budget the "most pro-teacher" ever.
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NY lawyer charged with helping con man in Maxim magazine bid

Larry Neumeister, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 6:11pm
A lawyer accused of conspiring to help a con man in a ruse to borrow millions of dollars in a failed bid to buy Maxim magazine was arrested on Wednesday.
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US agency charges Kraft, Mondelez with wheat price rigging

Marcy Gordon, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 5:51pm
Federal regulators have charged two major U.S. food companies, Kraft and Mondelez, with manipulating prices for wheat and wheat futures in a scheme that reaped more than $5.4 million in profit.
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House passes $11.2 billion state budget proposal

Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 5:11pm
The Republican-led House passed a two-year, $11.2 billion state budget Wednesday that cuts health services for the elderly and people with disabilities, denies state employees a raise and nearly empties the state's rainy day fund, all to avoid major tax or fee increases.
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Johns Hopkins sued over sexually transmitted disease study

Juliet Linderman, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 1st - 4:50pm
More than 750 plaintiffs are suing the Johns Hopkins Hospital System Corp. over its role in a series of medical experiments in Guatemala in the 1940s and 1950s during which subjects were deliberately infected with venereal diseases without their consent.
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