By the way nice work by the TFP on Hammond and Vital.
lesliesmart, with all due respect, what are you talking about and how does it relate to the editorial?
Hey "timbo," do you actually read the paper?
Google these headlines on Wamp. All written by TFP
"Weston Wamp's campaign owes much to his dad"
"Like father, like son? Wamp donors ponder"
"Weston Wamp stakes out campaign platform"
Clear to me. A tired Republican proposal that helps rich people and, guess what, the congressman introducing it.
That's the POINT sandy...the money was supposed to FUND the program through September...so families could find another option and TEAM could find another source for $$$...read the article
...except they seem to have a crooked executive director. Unlike "Sandy on Signal" I do care about where state money goes, no matter how little it might be...sad all the way around...TEAM sounds like a great program that should have been fully funded...and families should have been given another six weeks of the program so they could find another option...
There's nothing misleading about the story. It says "Team Centers Inc. gets about 2.2 million in other state contracts." You're right, it's spread out among offices in other cities. But that's not prominent in the story for a reason.
Here's the point: State money meant for continuation is being used to shut a good program down. That's bad. Article doesn't explicitly say that, but it gets the point across.
Yeah those bad newspaper people. Digging up court records (your tax dollars at work) as they pursue the story that was picked up by the Washington Post, Huffington Post and AP
Not the article I read ecigator:
It says the FDA could treat e-cigs like a tobacco product. But right now it doesn't treat them like anything.
Meaning, of course, that anybody can buy them. I don't care WHAT'S in them, I don't trust any of these companies to tell me what's what.
Kudos to this research team.
Hey, a stupid comment! Such a rarity on this website.