Colyer, an Overland Park Republican, ran unsuccessfully in the 2002 Republican primary in the Kansas' 3rd District before resurrecting his political career. He won a Kansas House seat in 2006 and eventually served in the state Senate before becoming Sam Brownback’s lieutenant governor and then his successor. … [Read more...] about ‘It’s odd’: Colyer ran for Congress years ago. His campaign still owes him $240,000
6 year debt write off
In addition, an awards ceremony to recognize contributions toward the development of ‘Day of Pho’ and the outstanding entries in the ‘Ky uc ve Pho’ (Memories of Pho) writing competition organized by Tuoi Tre will also be held in conjunction with the event. … [Read more...] about Lifestyle ‘Day of Pho’ to be held in Hanoi next week Debt collectors attacked, forced to kneel down by debtors in northern Vietnam
The college debt crisis has its roots in the 1980s, when institutions began jacking up tuition and fees to compensate for cuts in federal and state aid. Changes in the early 1990s made it easier for students to take out loans, and the push to boost college access increased the demand. Things worsened after the Great Recession struck in 2008, when states made deeper cuts. To compensate for this disinvestment in public higher education and to goose their rankings, public colleges — particularly flagship state universities — have been shifting their admissions and aid policies to try to attract more affluent out-of-state students. Even though these students pay higher tuition rates, they’re more likely to enroll if the public college offers them some non-need-based “merit” aid. That, in turn, has left fewer institutional dollars and fewer slots for low-income in-state students, prompting more of them to consider small private colleges, which have often been … [Read more...] about The college debt crisis is even worse than you think
The article is titled “The President’s Role in Advancing Criminal Justice Reform.” In the 56 page journal article, Obama highlighted a number of efforts he has undertaken as president to make the criminal justice system “smarter, fairer and more effective.” … [Read more...] about Obama Writes His Own Criminal Justice Legacy in Law Review Article
His largest outstanding bill for $721,031 is to a company called FLS Connect LLC. The company, based out of Saint Paul, Minnesota, specializes in voter outreach and phone call campaigning. Another one that came to our attention, Rubio’s campaign still owes about $170,000 in legal fees to a Virginia-based law firm called Holtzman Vogel Josefiak PLLC. If that name sounds familiar, that’s because, we wrote about them back in February. The law firm was apparently behind those shady voter “shaming” mailers in New Hampshire. You remember, the ones that attempted to embarrass people into voting in the primary by revealing their voter score. … [Read more...] about Did You Know Marco Rubio Is Still $1.9 Million in Debt From His Last Campaign?