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News Herald - October 19, 2011, By Felicia Kitzmiller, News Herald Writer
PANAMA CITY — Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll is lobbying hard to merge two of her primary responsibilities in state affairs — jobs and military relations — and the Panhandle is her testing ground.
Office of VA Senator Webb - October 19, 2011
Washington, DC — Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) today urged swift passage of his legislation to establish a unit of the National Park Service at Fort Monroe in Hampton, Virginia, during an Energy and Natural Resources subcommittee hearing.
Dayton Daily News - October 18, 2011, By John Nolan, Staff Writer
DAYTON — A jobs fair this week at the Dayton Convention Center features the employers and jobs critical to Dayton’s future as a hub of aerospace expertise.
Pennsylvania House Democratic Caucus - October 18, 2011
HARRISBURG, Oct. 18 – State Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, has been designated co-chairman of the Military Installations and Base Development Caucus. The newly formed caucus is dedicated to preserving military installations in Pennsylvania in the event of future base closure considerations by the federal Base Realignment and Closure Commission.
Office of the Governor, Bobby Jindal - October 18, 2011
WESTWEGO – Today, Gov. Bobby Jindal joined Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII) President and CEO Mike Petters to announce that the State and Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) under which an Avondale joint venture would receive incentives for retooling and training at Avondale if this new joint venture preserves Avondale as one of Louisiana’s top employers with approximately 3,850 jobs.
macon.com - October 16, 2011, By WAYNE CRENSHAW
Bibb County voters will decide on a 1-cent sales tax referendum Nov. 8, but one element of it has vast implications for all of Middle Georgia.
kztv10.com - October 14, 2011, By Keaton Fox - firstname.lastname@example.org
CORPUS CHRISTI -- In Kingsville, they love the sound of jets.
But it's the sound of wind turbines that's causing problems.
The Tribune-Star - October 13, 2011
The Newport Chemical Depot in Vermillion County was a topic of concern for many of its 69 years, right up to the day the military vacated it on July 18, 2010.
U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) - October 13, 2011
REPRESENTATIVE HOWARD "BUCK" MCKEON (R-CA): The hearing will come to order.
Before I begin, please let me welcome members of the public who are in attendance, but remind our audience that the committee will tolerate no disruptions of this proceeding. This includes standing, holding up signs, or yelling. If anyone disturbs these proceedings, we will have the Capitol Police escort you out immediately.
The Aspen Times - October 11, 2011, By Janet Urquhart
ASPEN — Just how low a military aircraft could fly over the wilderness surrounding Aspen was a key concern Monday as locals peppered U.S. Air Force representatives with questions at a community forum at Aspen High School.
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