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QuincyJournal - Firefighters and Bus Drivers contracts to go to City Council - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The aldermanic vote was 7-6. Moore's vote doesn't count as an aldermanic vote since he's the mayor. BG
Jarkman66 - Firefighters and Bus Drivers contracts to go to City Council - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
If the vote to approve the Machinists contract was 7-6, with Mayor Moore voting with the majority because of a tie vote among the Aldermen present, doesn't that mean Jared Holbrook was not the only Alderman absent that evening? Or, did we lose an Alderman somewhere along the way these past few months and I missed reading about it?
eaglebeaky - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
Nope, Migraine... I'll give you credit for having a sense of humor about this issue... But seriously no I'm not interested in complaining for the sake of complaining. I'm interested in our system being fair, is all. A lot of the people that have posted here have got my stance all wrong. I'd be all for requiring some form of ID as a safeguard, but not the way that it stands…
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Thanks for posting that, Strawman1
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Racism. Pure and simple.

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Dairy prices could skyrocket without new farm bill

4 months ago by Denise Donley

The previous five-year Farm Bill expired last year, but Congress issued a one-year extension

Analysts are warning that dairy prices could skyrocket if federal lawmakers fail to pass a new Farm Bill before the end of the year.

The Congressional holiday recess begins next week, and passage of a new farm bill is far from certain.

The previous five-year Farm Bill expired last year, but Congress issued a one-year extension that expired in September.

If an agreement is not reached, the most dramatic and immediate impact will be on milk prices. That’s because a 1949 farm law would force the government to buy milk at hugely inflated prices. However, other foods and services could also be affected.

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