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Should Teachers Be Allowed to Strike? — Survey of the Day

Chicago is in the midst of teacher strike that is affecting roughly 350,000 students.

There is some debate over whether the strike is permitted under Illinois law since the unions' list of grievances extends beyond pay and benefits -- which are the only issues they have the legal right to strike over.

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Stimulus money used to run ads for Obama green jobs
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Stimulus Money Was Used for “Green Job” Ads on MSNBC – But None Created!

According to federal records, stimulus money was used to run ads touting "green" job opportunities with Job Corps on several shows aired on MSNBC.

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5 Right (& Wrong) Ways to Make Your Money Work for You [SPONSORED]

Global Credit Union has a reputation for meeting the specific needs of its members by always offering innovative products and services. Global Credit Union is constantly monitoring purchasing trends, lifestyle changes and other indicators to gain an understanding of what their members’ needs are. They are committed to making sure they deliver the best

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Own a Piece of the London Olympics Thanks to New Auction Site

Feeling a bit down now that the excitement of the Olympics is over? If you’ve got a little extra cash and want to bring some of the Games into your own home, a new auction site will let you do just that.

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Another round of scammers and spammers
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More Hilarious Spam – Scam Emails – Gadaffi Family Needs Our Help

We thought we'd seen just about everything when it comes to scam-spam emails.  But this one is even better!

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Bank of America Eliminates Thousands of ATMs — Dollars and Sense

If you’re a Bank of America customer and finding an ATM seems harder these days, it’s not your imagination. In a cost-cutting move, the North Carolina-based banking giant has eliminated nearly 10 percent of its teller machines — more than 1,500, to be exact.

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Man Decides to Pay Off His Mortgage…With 62,000 Pennies

Pennies add up to dollars. Just ask Thomas Daigle of Milford, MA., who paid off his mortgage in pennies.

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Clerk refuses to let man buy cigarettes with food stamps
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Store Worker Won’t Take Food Stamp Card To Pay For Cigarettes

A New Hampshire convenience store worker has quit her job, rather than continue to have to accept government EBT, or food stamp cards, that are used to pay for cigarettes.

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California City Will Be the Largest to Ever Declare Bankruptcy

California has certainly had its share of financial woes, and now the city of Stockton, about 80 miles east of San Francisco, is set to become the largest American municipality to declare bankruptcy.

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Dying Man Blows Life Savings On Bucket List — Then Finds Out He’s Perfectly Healthy

In May 2010, Frank was told the cancer he had been struggling with had spread to his heart and he only had a few months to live, so the 69-year old New Zealand man decided to spend his remaining days in luxury.

Bad move.

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