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Schenectady cab fares rising
http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/Schenectady-hikes-taxi-fares-medallion-price-9130376.php
Schenectady cab fares rising It now costs $500, double what it was before, to get a taxi cab license or medallion in Schenectady, and the cost of the first half-mile of travel has increased from $3.50 to $4 under changes approved Monday by the City Council to make cabs safer and

Real estate transactions in Manatee County, May 2, 2016
http://www.bradenton.com/homes/article75037007.html
$893,400 Medallion Homes Gulf Coast Lc to Summersbee Melvyn John, Sumersbee Jane Anthea, Riverdale Revised, O.R. Book 02616 Page 3635, April 19. $870,000 Clausen Peter C, Peter C . $370,000 Schepps Mary Janine, Schepps Michael I Sr, Ryland Group Inc

Guffey's Report: Mortgagaes
http://www.tulsaworld.com/guffey-s-report-mortgagaes/article_e6b0078b-b2ed-51ca-87ec-25854e3c5c44.html
Amber Wolfeson et al; Individual; Associated Mortgage Corp; Business; 305 E. El Paso St.; Broken Arrow; OK; 74012; lt 6 blk 4 Barry Dayton Medallion addn to BA; $112,000; 2016090831; 10/3/2016; 10/6/2016. Melanie Ketchandji et al; Individual; Arvest

Allison Prang
http://www.americanbanker.com/authors/3675.html
November 30, 2016 NewDominion Bank created a new slogan and marketing campaign to target younger prospects and newcomers to Charlotte, N.C. Only On the Front Lines of the Most Underbanked States November 21, 2016 A number of states still 

Former Grow Op Updates by Vancouver Mortgage Broker Rowan Smith

mortgagelocator.ca This video provides an update of the status of financing former grow ops in this market. Everybody, Rowan Smith from the ...

Viewpoint: Setting PTSD record straight

Compared with the real problem of first responders experiencing PTSD, the topic of the proper process for developing workers' compensation law in Minnesota is pretty dry. But when you're making laws, process matters. Since 1992, elected officials, employers and organized labor have met on the Workers' Compensation Advisory Council to consider all proposals to change workers' compensation law and then jointly recommend changes to the Legislature. Minnesota law puts the Minnesota Chamber on the WCAC, which is why we're involved in evaluating this proposal at all. For 25 years, the WCAC has served as a valuable checkpoint to ensure that any changes have support from employers and organized labor alike.

Under existing law, the vast majority of injured workers seeking compensation need to present evidence to the court showing that they were injured on the job. The senator's bill would undermine that key element of the workers' compensation process, making it difficult to know if a given case of PTSD arose from work or, for example, from prior military service or another life situation. More importantly, the proposal does nothing to prevent, identify or treat PTSD. As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, which is why the Minnesota Chamber has been encouraging first-responders' employers to address the underlying problem with improved prevention, identification and treatment.

Manchester bomber had links to Islamic State, officials say, as more arrests are made

Asked about reports that Abedi had recently returned from Libya, Rudd said she believed that had now been confirmed.

French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said British investigators had told French authorities Abedi had probably traveled to Syria as well.

"Today we only know what British investigators have told us -- someone of British nationality, of Libyan origin, who suddenly after a trip to Libya, then probably to Syria, becomes radicalized and decides to carry out this attack," Collomb told BFMTV.

Asked if he believed Abedi had the support of a network, Collomb said: "That is not known yet, but perhaps. In any case, (he had) links with Daesh (Islamic State) that are proven."

Islamic State, now being driven from territories in Syria and Iraq by Western-backed armed forces, claimed responsibility for the Manchester attack, but there were contradictions in its accounts of the action and a telling lack of detail.

Prime Minister Theresa May announced late on Tuesday that the official threat level had been raised to its highest level for the first time in a decade, meaning an attack could be imminent.