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City leaders back Dr. Ackerman

December 12, 2010

More than 30 speakers from churches, civil rights and business associations and elected officials bluntly refuted the printed criticisms to support the administration’s decision to more aggressively insist that non-white firms get an opportunity to share in the more than $3 billion spent by the school district each year. 

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A little known benefit for veterans and their spouses

December 5, 2010

The veterans of our country are entitled to health benefit programs from our federal government; however few take advantage of the Non-Service Connected “Improved Pension” benefit, commonly referred to as the Aid and Attendance benefit.

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