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33% Sadly, state saw little progress in '90s
decided to try being business-friendly by giving away $200 million to various economic development efforts. Frankly, that money probably would have been better spent paying down the workers' comp debt or part of the $4 billion in unfunded...
Published: Friday, May 31, 2002
Words: 736

33% Job bias suit settled for $47 million
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. - A judge approved a $47 million settlement Friday for thousands of women who claim they were unfairly denied or driven out of jobs with the nation's largest operator of rent-to-own stores. Rent-A-Center Inc. also...
Published: Sunday, October 06, 2002
Words: 203

33% Readers' forum
Coal, Big Business or politics. Overweight coal trucks, illegal workers' comp settlements? Though he was convicted of stealing many millions from this state (and got to keep well over a million, too), [former Gov.] Arch Moore's triple-bigger-than-lif...
Published: Friday, February 01, 2002
Words: 603

32% Comp premiums may need to rise
off the deficit. The amount varies among the classes of employers. The deficit allocation for the current year started out at $155 million, he said. If revenue could be found to offset half of the deficit allocation, that would reduce...
Published: Wednesday, June 05, 2002
Words: 625

32% $56.6 million State regains money
and agreed to pay $48.2 million to the state. This week, four more companies coughed up $8.4 million, bringing the recovery to $56.6 million so far. Negotiations are proceeding with other firms. Hurrah. We hope the recovery total eventually...
Published: Saturday, April 13, 2002
Words: 304

32% Readers' voice
on the railroads. Get the trucks off the road s What is wrong with the people running our state? Mayor Jay Goldman wants to lay off workers, close parks, raise trash bills and close pools, but the state is well off enough to spend $20...
Published: Saturday, April 06, 2002
Words: 510

32% Social Security can be fixed without risks of privatization
That's chicken feed by comparison with hits taken by other states in pension funds and the like from the corporate chaos. So far, the Mountain State, through the Board of Investment Management, has kept head above water. The state portfolio...
Published: Tuesday, July 09, 2002
Words: 540

32% Lasting impact Tied to local history, Kanawha
we ran 200,000. We paid in direct wages around $3.5 million. That doesn't include benefits, taxes, workers' comp, etc. Sales are running around $14 million. "When you think of that, over 100 years, that's a lot of impact on the local...
Published: Tuesday, February 12, 2002
Words: 1349

32% Workers' Comp Never-ending headache
of this fiscal year - but receipts totaled only $71 million. That's only about one-third of enough to break even. The Workers' Comp deficit hinders economic growth in West Virginia. Employers are leery of moving into a state where they...
Published: Thursday, November 21, 2002
Words: 408

32% Labor Ready accused of shortchanging employees
by millions of paychecks, and it adds up to more than $8 million in revenues in 2000, according to documents filed with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission. After expenses, the company made more than $5 million from the machines,...
Published: Sunday, June 02, 2002
Words: 1029

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