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Japan's Bonds Rise After Kuroda Comments on Open-Ended Purchases
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“Expectations are mounting that the BOJ will step up monetary easing and increase purchases of government bonds.” The yield on the benchmark 10-year note fell 4 1/2 basis points to 0.60 percent at 4:45 p.m. in Tokyo from last week, according to Japan …

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Gina McCarthy nominated to be EPA chief
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Congresswoman Duckworth Cosponsors Government Waste Reduction Act
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Washington, DC–(ENEWSPF)–March 4, 2013. Today, Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth announced her cosponsorship of the Government Waste Reduction Act. The legislation would create a board tasked with making recommendations to root out waste …

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Pennsylvania county dumps solid waste department, recycling program
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The Carbon County, Pa., Board of Commissioners has decided to end its recycling program and disband its Department of Solid Waste, local news agency the Standard Speaker reported. The five-person department was responsible for licensing trash …

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Kuster cosponsors bipartisan bill to address waste in federal government
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In a statement to be released shortly, Kuster says the bill, called the Government Waste Reduction Act, "will cut through congressional gridlock to help save billions of dollars and streamline services, all while protecting priorities that seniors and …

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Video: Christie: No "damn idea" what D.C. lawmakers are doing
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Lambasting the federal government for its failure to avert the blind, across-the-board budget cuts known as the sequester, Gov. Chris Christie told reporters he doesn’t have “the first damn idea” of what lawmakers in Washington are doing.

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L.A. mayor's race digs deep for dirt
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Forget the “sequester.” There’s a campaign going on involving accusations of corruption, bankruptcy, race and President Obama, gender politics, grave-digging, and even drilling for oil in Beverly Hills.

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