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bostonglobe.com

by Peter Gosselin and Mike Dorning

A generation of economists trained to believe that trade had little to do with the long decline in high-paying US factory jobs is changing its mind.

Their findings will probably fuel the opposition within President Obama's own Democratic Party to his proposed 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership and similar pacts lowering barriers to international commerce. Because manufacturing employment as a share of the workforce has been dropping for more than 40 years and the same trend has affected other developed nations, including Japan, with far less liberal trade policies than the United States, many economists had concluded that automation was the primary culprit.

azcentral.com

by Mary K. Reinhart

Lawmakers are fast-tracking legislation to hire 50 new Child Protective Services workers with a $4.4 million appropriation that could be on Gov. Jan Brewer's desk early next week.

The governor requested the emergency funding in her budget proposal, and legislative leaders said Tuesday they expect it to sail easily through both chambers. "It will go expeditiously," said House Appropriations Committee Chairman John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills. "The safety of children is paramount and they clearly need the additional money." The funding will allow the Department of Economic Security to hire an additional 50 employees, including 31 CPS caseworkers. CPS currently is authorized for 970 caseworkers.

kxan.com

by Calily Bien

A foster parent in Milam County is in jail charged with murder after the two-year-old girl she was taking care of died in her custody.

According to Rockdale police, emergency crews responded to Sherill Small's home in Rockdale when they received a 9-1-1 call on Monday evening stating that a child was not breathing and unresponsive. The child, Alexandria Hill, was flown to Scott and White McLane Children's Hospital in Temple where she was placed on life support.

wxyz.com

When protective services take children from their parents, state law says a judge must first personally review the case and sign off. But that was not happening in one of Michigan's busiest courts.

It's called "rubber stamping," and last August 7 Action News first exposed how court staff were literally stamping a judge's name onto orders that allowed the state to take kids from their parents.

therepublic.com

Participants in Vermont's Reach Up welfare-to-work program will see longer-term child care subsidies and an increase in the amount of income the program will disregard when calculating benefits.

Depending on income eligibility guidelines, it would increase the amount of time a Reach Up recipient exiting the program can get state child care subsidies from one year to two. It also increases the amount of monthly income the state will disregard in calculating benefits.

uniondemocrat.com

by Margie Thompson

The new year will bring a host of new traffic and vehicle laws to California motorists. The laws, signed throughout the year by Gov. Jerry Brown, address subjects ranging from bicycle safety buffers to veteran's license plates.

Assembly Bill 443, by Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal, D-Long Beach, makes the ownership transfer of a vehicle to a relative of revocable living trust unlawful until all parking or toll-violation fines and penalties reported to the DMV to be paid by the transferee.

newsminer.com

by Bob Eley

July 28, 1718

FAIRBANKS - The Copper Basin 300 sled dog race is the latest victim of Alaska's weird winter weather pattern as race officials canceled the event Sunday morning, less than a day after the race started.

The race came to a halt when a section of trail was deemed impassible. A statement by race marshal Greg Parvin said the trail between Meier's Lake and Sourdough had unusually deep snow conditions, with high winds and bitter cold. Two Rivers musher Allen Moore, who was one of the race leaders...

conservativebyte.com

January 10, 1963

Truth is the best irony and this video is filled with great satire.

We tried warning President Obama that his health-care law was unworkable. Now, after a glitch-filled week of implementation, Obamacare is under attack from the likes of not only Senator Ted Cruz, but also CNN's Wolf Blitzer. Yes, even the face of CNN is offering Obama this friendly advice: "They had three years to get this ready. If they weren't fully ready, they should accept the advice that a lot of Republicans are giving them: delay it another year."

The American Spectator

by Jeremy Rabkin

December 1, 1984

Even before the Supreme Court ended its last term in early July, media pundits had reached a verdict on its significance: The Court had lurched to the right.

As usual, Anthony Lewis of the New York Times gave the charge its most strident formulation. The "stunned reaction among the public as well as legal specialists," he wrote, reflected "the sense that our fundamental assumptions about the Supreme Court must change... The Court made clear that it was no longer prepared...to set the limits on state power."

articles.latimes.com

by David Zucchino

March 31, 1985

The FBI classifies such people, who refuse to recognize government authority in virtually any form, as part of a domestic terrorist movement.

With his shaggy hair, bushy mustache and obstinate ways, Jeffrey Allen Wright was well known to sheriff's deputies in Santa Rosa County, Fla. Wright, 55, drove around with a phony license plate. When stopped, he refused to produce a driver's license. Once he threatened to sue a deputy who pulled him over. After he was fined for traffic offenses in September, Wright paid with counterfeit money orders. When deputies served warrants for felony counterfeiting March 8, Wright barricaded himself in his garage and declared that he would not be "a servant of the king."

      
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