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ALG's Daily Grind - Obamacare cost hits local schools: Bad news for Congressional Democrats 

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May 5, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted. 

Obamacare cost shockwave hits local schools equals bad news for Congressional Democrats
The Calvert County, Maryland school system has a problem – Obamacare. It faces a 13.7 percent increase in health care costs next year, as previously uncovered substitute teachers get covered and the overall policy costs are higher.

Last month's 1 million missing workers: Who were they?
Here's a hint: They were not Baby Boomer retirees.  

Rep. Frank Wolf's efforts on Benghazi investigation finally pay off
Wolf: "Although we cannot control how this administration pursues, or fails to pursue, those terrorists responsible for the deaths of four Americans, we can ensure that the American people learn the truth about what happened and which officials should be held accountable."

Crudele: It's time to investigate Census' faulty counting
Inspector General report: Census survey supervisors "do not consistently use the tools available to them for detecting and preventing survey data falsification."

  

May 5, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted.

Obamacare cost shockwave hits local schools equals bad news for Congressional Democrats
The Calvert County, Maryland school system has a problem – Obamacare. It faces a 13.7 percent increase in health care costs next year, as previously uncovered substitute teachers get covered and the overall policy costs are higher.

Last month's 1 million missing workers: Who were they?
Here's a hint: They were not Baby Boomer retirees.

Rep. Frank Wolf's efforts on Benghazi investigation finally pay off
Wolf: "Although we cannot control how this administration pursues, or fails to pursue, those terrorists responsible for the deaths of four Americans, we can ensure that the American people learn the truth about what happened and which officials should be held accountable."

Crudele: It's time to investigate Census' faulty counting
Inspector General report: Census survey supervisors "do not consistently use the tools available to them for detecting and preventing survey data falsification."

 

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