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GM Prez - Hiring could begin soon

General Motors Co. could start hiring lower-paid hourly workers soon, as the automaker struggles to produce enough popular new vehicles, President Mark Reuss said today.

Under the terms of the United Auto Workers collective bargaining agreement reached in 2007, new hires receive $14 an hour and less-generous benefits than veteran workers.

What party will you declare at the polls in the May 4 primary?

Interesting Correlation Between Apple/Gizmodo and Blade/Simpson

As most everyone probably knows by now, the tech Website Gizmodo was on the recieving end of a lost iPhone 4. After playing with it for a while, they posted picks in assumption it was Apple's, but skepticism abounded. Gizmodo got it from some guy who found it in a bar, and according to Gizmodo, the finders had tried to let Apple know what they found,. but were blown off.

AFSCME members approve agreement- passing the buck again !

Who else in the real world only pays 3 % toward their pension? In 2011 , the taxpayers go back to 10% pick up !
http://www.toledoblade.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100419/NEWS16/10...

Toledo is a joke get out as soon as you can

These concessions the TPA are taking if you can call them that are a joke. The city employees make twice as much as the citizens in the public sector not including their lavish benefits. There are no concessions just delays in getting their take. If you got a job in the private sector and live in Toledo you are an idiot if you stay.

Photojournalism Ethics: Pathos and Fakery

In a truly righteous world (a world where bankers go to jail, American Idol isn’t fixed, and Thomas Friedman buys a thesaurus), photography in news publications would serve only two purposes: either to draw attention to a printed story, or to illuminate and bring impact to the written word.

Lucas County Commissioner Primary Debate for the Democrats

Start: 2010-04-19 6:30 pm
Start: 2010-04-19 6:30 pm

CoL prides itself on being non-partisan.

TPS question

I heard a guy say on the radio this morning that TPS teachers get 3.5-4 sick days OVER THE SUMMER, and that if eliminated, it could save TPS somewhere in the neighborhood of $200,000?

Does that even make any sense??

Annual pro- life fair . Over 20 organizations present and display their stuff

Start: 2010-04-18 1:00 pm
End: 2010-04-18 4:00 pm
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Tax day rally in Perrysburg 4/15/10

Tax day  rally in Perrysburg   4/15/10

An estimated 300 people crowded in front of the Perry monument on River rd in Perrysburg