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Progressives Take on Twitter Tax Break in San Francisco

Progressive leaders on San Francisco's Board of Supervisors, along with members of SEIU, are demanding an end to a tax break which has revitalized a portion of the city. At the center of the conflict is Twitter, which agreed not to move out of the city because of the tax change. Apr 21, 2014 1:42 PM PT

Leader of One of America's Largest Fraternities Moves to End the 'Cancer' of Hazing

Brad Cohen is the current leader of one of the nation's oldest and largest fraternities. SAE has 240 chapters nationwide with over 14,000 members. Last month Cohen announced an abrupt end to one of the best known fraternity traditions, the pledge process prior to becoming a member. His goal is to stop the "cancer" of hazing. Apr 18, 2014 12:36 PM PT

Response from New America Foundation

Yesterday I wrote a response to the claim advanced by CNN's Peter Bergen that right-wing attacks had killed more people since 9/11 than jihadists. Before publishing the story I sent New America Foundation, where Bergen works as a Director and on whose data he relied, one question about their list: Why didn't you include the DC snipers? Apr 16, 2014 4:38 PM PT

OC Register Owner Launching New LA Newspaper

Freedom Communications, owner of the Orange County Register, is launching a new daily newspaper in Los Angeles. The new daily's publisher, Aaron Kushner, tells the OC Register, "We are going to bring our fabulous brand of local journalism and political perspective to a very large market." Apr 15, 2014 2:29 PM PT

Hashtag Confusion at the White House

The White House has been concurrently running two campaigns dealing with wages. The first is an effort to raise the minimum wage. There's a dedicated page on the White House site for that effort headlined "Raise the Wage." The White House has been using the hashtag "#RaiseTheWage" on Twitter. Here's a recent example: Apr 14, 2014 2:29 PM PT

Maryland Grocery Store Limiting Itself to 49 Full-Time Employees

Snider's grocery store is a family owned store in Maryland. Over the weekend WBFF Baltimore reported that the Snider's owners are avoiding future Obamacare taxes by keeping their total number of full-time employees to forty-nine. Apr 14, 2014 9:02 AM PT

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