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pjohnf - Group files appeal in term limits decision - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
A Cook County court ruling against term limits, who'd a thunk it. The Cook County judges have to protect their buds who hand out the graft. I didn't read the opinion so on what basis they ruled the measure didn't meet "constitutional requirements" I don't know. But you can bet the progressive democrats will do everything they can to keep the measure off the ballot because it would…
chebby79 - Schoenakase on WTAD\'s Mary Griffith Show - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Bush sat on his thumbs and watched the economy bleed jobs the last few months of his administration. Much of the downturn in the economy can be blamed on a law that Bush and fellow Repubs passed in late Sept 2001, allowing no security/ backing on some bonds. and he started the bank bail out process before he left office.
ONCEMORE1 - Schoenakase on WTAD\'s Mary Griffith Show - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Obama, his minions and supporters (i.e. Welfare Recipients) say so---their benefits were never cut.........
christhepilot - Newcomb, jobs topic of mayor\'s lunch - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
yawn, it's going to be hard to stop the loss of factory jobs when the state is taxing the jobs right out of Illinois.
observer322 - Back pay, OT pushes Illinois government’s ‘$100,000 club’ to 7,800 members - Quinc
When I first saw the headline I thought it was a story about the $100,000 club in the Quincy School Board Administration. Well,--- we will catch up with the state soon. I will vote no on new buildings until the Quincy School District pays Admin salaries in line with Quincy industry. Fat chance----- We are paying the superintendent over $200,000 a year?--------Serious?? No,,I mean are you serious…

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From from Chicago Tribune:

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that online TV service Aereo Inc, backed by media mogul Barry Diller, violates copyright law by using tiny antennas to provide subscribers with broadcast network content via the Internet.

On a 6-3 vote, the court handed a victory to the four major TV broadcasters and cast Aereo's immediate future into doubt.

The court said the service constitutes a public performance of copyrighted content. For the networks, the victory protects the estimated $3 billion in so-called retransmission fees that broadcasters get from cable and satellite TV systems.

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