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Business Features | February 9, 2016
State nears record
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania government will set a modern state record for gridlock when Gov. Tom Wolf sends lawmakers a new spending plan and warns them that they must fix the deficit and fully fund schools, or force schools to close and local taxes to increase.

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Business Features | February 9, 2016
8 states see more insured
WASHINGTON — Eight states saw a significant drop last year in the number of residents going without health insurance, according to a government report out today that has implications for the presidential campaign.

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Business Features | February 6, 2016
Toyota will drop Scion after years of slumping sales
DETROIT — Toyota is killing its Scion brand after years of slumping sales.

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Business Features | February 6, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
INSIDE TRACK
SRU degree looks to fill nonprofit sector leadership voids
Since 1995, Slippery Rock University has offered an undergraduate degree in philanthropy and nonprofit management giving the next generation of nonprofit managers a formal education.

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Business Features | February 6, 2016
County jobless rate falls to ’08 pre-recession level
Unemployment in Butler County is at its lowest level since 2008.

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Business Features | February 6, 2016
Extended-stay hotel planned in Cranberry
CRANBERRY TWP — Plans are moving ahead for an extended-stay hotel proposed as part of the Village at Cranberry Woods development.

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Business Features | February 5, 2016
Forest Edge receives approval
CRANBERRY TWP — The township supervisors Thursday night approved a 59-house residential development.

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Business Features | February 5, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
Recycling topic of day
CRANBERRY TWP — The township has one of the highest recycling rates in the state, but it is stepping up educational efforts this year to reduce contamination in its recyclables and litter on its roads.

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