Libertarian candidate Ed Clark also picked up an endorsement Sunday _ from the Peoria Journal Star, Illinois' largest newspaper outside the Chicago area.
The paper called Clark the only candidate who would attempt to cut the federal bureaucracy. 'Sonny' Montgomery, D-Miss., because of his 'consistent voting record for constitutional principles.
The Independent Association of Publishers’ Employees (IAPE) found a gap between the rates of pay for men and women dating back to the year 2000, as well as between races and ethnicities.
More Now entering a third year without a contract, Thomson Reuters News Guild members have been mobilizing their co-workers and organizing job actions to demand that management come to the table and negotiate a contract that recognizes the contributions of the award-winning staff. More The bargaining committee included (from left) Raffi Der Ghazarian, Happy Pharwaha, Justin Ling, Maggie Mc Caw, Deb Hong and CMG staff representative Federico Carvajal.
And they certainly didn’t realize that signing the new agency — SOS International — would provide the impetus for a spirited union organizing campaign More Why isn’t there a retirement plan my local can negotiate that doesn’t require me to sock away too much of my pay, leave me subject to wild swings in the markets, and that guarantees me a monthly income for life?
And why can’t the plan be just as attractive to my company with fixed costs like my 401(k) plan? More A year after it discovered significant pay disparities at the Wall Street Journal, Local 1096 has taken a closer look at the company’s pay practices — and still doesn’t like what it sees.
In order to get approval from the State of Illinois, Peoria County had to submit evidence that it would be almost as cheap to build as to remodel.
Here again, I quote the Journal Star Editorial Board.
The Minneapolis Tribune opted for Carter in more praising tones, saying, 'Carter is not a failed president.Fourteen years ago, Bel Wood County Nursing Home could have been totally remodeled for around million.Approximately 7 years later, the job was quoted by a reputable contractor out of Springfield, for million.With the presidential campaign heading into its final week, more newspapers are announcing their editorial endorsements, and in President Carter's case the endorsements often seem reluctant.The New York Times picked Carter Sunday, saying that although he has 'seemed to be all sail, no boat,' there was an important difference between the candidates.