SECTIONS Search E-edition Home News All News Business Communities Counties Crime Education Lexington Most Wanted Nation/World News Photos News Videos Politics Searchable Databases State Watchdog Columns Tom Eblen Sports All Sports UK Sports College Sports Next Cats Recruiting High School Horses Kentucky Speedway Lexington Legends Reds MLB NBA NASCAR NFL Sports Photos Sports Videos Columns John Clay's Columns Mark Story Next Cats Recruiting UK Sports All UK Sports Next Cats Recruiting Baseball Basketball - Men Basketball - Women Recruiting Ex-Cats Football UK Photos UK Videos More UK Sports Columns John Clay's Blog Mark Story Politics Politics Elections Entertainment All Entertainment Books Celebrities Comics Puzzles & Games Events … [Read more...] about ‘We will remember in November.’ Will teachers toss lawmakers who backed pension bill?
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SECTIONS Search E-edition Customer Service Customer Service SacBee Rewards About Us About Us Contact Us Apps Mobile & Apps Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube News in Education (NIE) Newsletters Local Sacramento Region Arena City Beat Crime Local Govt Salary Database The Homeless Marcos Bretón Transportation Education Environment Health & Medicine Traffic Conditions Weather Communities Elk Grove Folsom/El Dorado Roseville/Placer Yolo Sports Sports Kings NBA News 49ers Giants Oakland A's High School Sports Joe Davidson More Sports Raiders NFL News MLB News River Cats Soccer Colleges Golf Autos Racing Politics Politics Capitol Alert State Workers The California Influencer Series Local Elections PoliGRAPH State Worker Salary Database Legislative Gifts … [Read more...] about From plastic straw requests to pet CPR: How new California laws could change your life in 2019
SPRING is the season of new beginnings - but many of us are not always sure when it starts. Here's our guide to the calendar, when to change your clocks and the Vernal Equinox. When is spring 2019? The start of spring depends on whether you follow the astronomical or meteorological calendar. Traditionally the change of seasons has followed the recorded movements of the Sun in the sky. Spring officially begins at the Vernal Equinox - around March 20/21. Summer then begins around the solstice, the longest day of the year which falls around June 21/22. Autumn begins at the autumnal equinox around September 22/23 and winter at the winter solstice around December 21/22. In 2019 spring began on March 20 and it will end on June 20, according to this tradition. However, forecasters prefer a different way of defining the seasons, which roughly coincides with the weather typical for the time of year. The Met Office defines spring as the three calendar months of March, April and May. Summer is … [Read more...] about When do clocks go forward, when did spring start in 2019, and what is the Vernal Equinox?
Spain will hold a repeat parliamentary election on November 10, acting prime minister Pedro Sanchez said on Tuesday after failing to secure enough support to be confirmed as premier. "It has been impossible to complete the mandate given to us by the Spanish people on April 28. They have made it impossible for us," Sanchez said, referring to opposition parties. "There is no majority in Congress that guarantees the formation of a government, which pushes us to a repeat election on Nov. 10." Spain has been in political limbo since an inconclusive election in April left Spanish socialist party (PSOE) leader Pedro Sanchez without a majority to form a government. However, the election deadline is getting closer. If parliament does not confirm Sanchez as prime minister by Monday, September 23, Spain will have to hold another election on November 10. King Felipe has been carrying out consultations with party leaders who will tell him if they would back Sanchez’s bid to become premier. … [Read more...] about Spain to hold elections on November 10: Pedro Sanchez
HMB Tip of the Month: While some roadblocks may slow down the incentive negotiation process, such as the temporary ban in Illinois on certain incentive programs, taxpayers need to remain diligent and patient when navigating these roadblocks. Taxpayers who are otherwise eligible for these incentive programs, may need to put its expansion or other plans on hold and be willing to compromise with the state's economic development authorities in order to take advantage of these programs. Interesting UpdatesAll- The practice of states offering tax incentives to companies has expanded since the end of the last century according to the Council for Community & Economic Research's November 13 report entitled "State of State Business Incentives." The report stated that in 1999, there were 940 state incentive programs targeted to businesses. By 2015, the number had more than doubled to 1,934 programs.In between those years, the report noted, was the Great Recession, which it … [Read more...] about November 2015 Tax Credits and Incentives Update