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Wednesday | via Stars and Stripes
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller and four Republican state lawmakers outlined the Indiana Service Member's Civil Relief Act on Tuesday. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 19 | via WBIW-AM Bedford
The Indiana Service Member's Civil Relief Act would allow current serving National Guardsmen and Reservists to suspend or postpone certain obligations like debt collections, foreclosures, evictions, judicial and administrative proceedings and certain lease or service terminations. Comment?
Thursday Aug 7 | via Business Journal
Home sales are strong in Southern Indiana - much stronger than in the Louisville metropolitan region as a whole, according to data from the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors and a recent report issued by Re/Max of Indiana. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 6 | via WKJK-AM Louisville
FLOYDS KNOBS, In -- Homes sales in southern Indiana are growing for a variety of reasons. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 30 | via Lake Country Sun
Hoosier Lottery officials say Robert Hamilton won $1 million from a scratch-off ticket he bought last week at an Indianapolis convenience store. Comment?
8 min ago | via Lincoln Daily News
Special to Watchdog.org C HICAGO - Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan announced Thursday that her office has reached a settlement agreement with Bank of America that will provide $200 million in relief for Illinois' pension systems. Comment?
8 min ago | via Investor's Business Daily
Fed Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen sees an "unambiguous" need for extraordinary monetary policy as a moderate Fed policymaker backed a Q1 rate hike Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen acknowledged improvement in the labor market, but said the central bank still sees "significant" underutilization of labor resources. Comment?
9 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Despite the hefty price tag, investors cheered the settlement and are now looking forward to closing a nasty chapter in Bank of America's history. Comment?
10 min ago | via Computer Weekly
Despite increasing competition and high-profile IT failures, the replacement of core banking systems is not on the agenda for European banks, with investments instead being made to maintain current systems and make incremental changes to meet business needs, according to research. Comment?
11 min ago | via MoneyWeek
It's exactly the kind of logic that led to the last crash and it seems we still haven't learned our lesson. Comment?
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