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Pound Seen to Rise Against Euro on Tory 'Relief Effect' 51:42 - Morgan Stanley’s head of global currency strategy Hans Redeker said the "relief effect" of the Conservative victory in the U.K. election could help the pound versus the euro. "As economic ...
Bloomberg · 2/6/2015
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — House Republicans are pressuring Gov. Mark Dayton to take a deal on public school funding. Education funding has been the biggest sticking point among three unresolved pieces of the state's budget. House Speaker Kurt Daudt on ...
Winona Daily News · 6/1/2015
a plan from Senate Republican leaders to avert a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security has hit a snag. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) announced Tuesday the chamber would move on a full-year DHS funding bill without …
The Huffington Post · ByElise Foley · 2/24/2015
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WASHINGTON — House Speaker Dennis Hastert on Monday improved the odds that Congress will approve an election-year minimum-wage increase when he offered to remove two Republican ... about the offer, they should work with Democrats to deal with …
Chicago Tribune · ByWilliam Neikirk andWashington Bureau · 8/29/2000
"While the president is willing to compromise to get a significant, balanced deal and believes that compromise ... arguing that their failure to produce a counter-offer would only exacerbate the situation. The new GOP plan reflects the posturing that ...
NBC News · 12/3/2012
President Barack Obama will “greatly curtail deportations” of illegal immigrants unless the GOP legislators agree to end deportations by granting amnesty to 11 million illegal immigrants, New York Sen. Chuck Schumer wrote in an angry Facebook post.
The Daily Caller · ByNeil Munro · 3/14/2014
Mark Dayton to take a deal on public school funding, a package the GOP says the governor pitched himself towards ... Daudt says it matches an offer the Democratic governor made late in the legislative session. But Dayton said last week he won't restart ...
KARE 11 · 6/1/2015
Democratic lawmakers are seeking a compromise deal on education funding, but Republicans say their proposal is still too expensive. Democrats on Wednesday proposed that schools get about $150 million in new funding for the upcoming school year.
KCCI 8 Des Moines · 4/1/2015