We are rushing forward with this legislation . . . without any information.
He is out of the hospital and is recovering at home.
If the quality is there, and it's compelling, audiences will commit. Not only will they commit, they will also buy the DVD and watch it over and over again. And that's the trick, how to make it compelling. If it speaks to the audience, we will listen.
People looking at advertisements or reading their local newspapers would have had no idea that what they were reading was bought and paid for with their tax dollars.
[Miller said the passage of the bond was important, since he expects the value of the property to increase in the coming years, which would make it a more expensive purchase for taxpayers.] Looking at it from a money point of view, I think we did the right thing, ... We knew it was going to pass.
In New Orleans, where a quarter of the city was poor, the prevailing wage for construction labor is about $9 per hour, according to the Department of Labor. In effect, President Bush is saying that people should be paid less than $9 an hour to rebuild their communities.
[All were] pivotal stories in the Australian narrative ... And obviously there is something elemental about the stories, and if that is the case, they speak across time to us today.
The administration is using the devastation of Hurricane Katrina to cut the wages of people desperately trying to rebuild their lives and their communities.
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