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Morgans's Professional Pharmacy

I Gotta Guy - Construction and handyman for over 25 years in the Laurel County area

Representative Addia Wuchner Says Neither Rain Nor Snow Nor Ice Should Jeopardize The Education of Kentucky Students

Representative Addia WuchnerHouse Bill 383 keeps instructional hours the same in Kentucky, but allows adjustments based on snow days and delays

FRANKFORT, Ky. - Representative Addia Wuchner, R-Burlington has filed a bill for consideration during the 2014 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly that if passed would allow local school districts greater flexibility in dealing with closings and delays relating to adverse weather conditions or other factors, while making sure the amount of instructional time for students remains at the required amount.

Department of Labor Launches New System to Capture Unemployment Overpayments through Federal Income Tax Refunds

*Amounts owed from a 10-year lookback will be offset from refunds*

AUGUSTA, MAINE -The Maine Department of Labor is launching a new system to recover unemployment benefit debt from the past 10 years by offsetting federal income tax refunds in partnership with the Internal Revenue Service.

TWO CHARGED AND TWO SOUGHT FOR PASSING COUNTERFEIT CASINO CHIPS -FAKE CHIPS FOUND FLOATING IN VIRGINIA LAKE

(HANOVER, MD) – Maryland State Police have charged two people from Virginia and are seeking two others in connection with their use of fraudulent casino chips in unrelated incidents at an Anne Arundel County casino last month.

DrugFree article of interest - Submitted by Dale Morton

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Kentucky’s law designed to reduce prescription drug abuse has raised awareness about the problem, but has had some unintended consequences, according to an addiction medicine specialist in the state.

Maine Agencies Cannibalized by Welfare Spending

AUGUSTA – As liberals continue to push for a massive expansion of welfare, Governor Paul R. LePage is reminding Mainers how Medicaid spending is already crowding out revenue for all other state agencies.