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Colorado House Approves Easing Spending Limits

Posted: 04/28/2009 - The Colorado House has approved a proposal by Gov. Bill Ritter and Democratic lawmakers to remove a 6 percent limit on growth in general fund spending and replace it with limits based on personal income growth.

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Govt. Expands Housing Aid Plan

Posted: 04/28/2009 - The Obama administration says it's expanding its program aimed at stemming the housing crisis.

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Government, Major Chrysler Debtholders Reach Deal

Posted: 04/28/2009 - A person familiar with the talks says the Treasury Department has reached a tentative agreement with four of Chrysler's major debtholders as the automaker races to stave off bankruptcy.

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Government Says No Decision On Whether To Accept GM Plan

Posted: 04/27/2009 - The Obama administration says GM's proposed restructuring deal is an important step in pulling the company from the brink. The plan would make the federal government a majority shareholder in the automaker, but the administration says it hasn't yet made a final decision on whether to accept the deal.

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UAW Leaders Recommend Approval Of Chrysler Deal

Posted: 04/27/2009 - United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger says the union's factory-level leaders voted unanimously Monday night to recommend that members approve concessions designed to keep Chrysler LLC out of bankruptcy.

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Stocks Decline on Swine Flu Concerns

Posted: 04/27/2009 - The flu is not yet a global pandemic. The virus is suspected to be responsible for more than 100 deaths in Mexico, but cases in the United States and Canada have been mild.

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New Home Sales Higher Than Expected

Posted: 04/24/2009 - The government says new U.S. home sales dipped slightly last month, but still beat expectations as builders start to see long-awaited encouraging signs about the housing market.

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Interior Announces $750M To Restore National Parks

Posted: 04/22/2009 - Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says $750 million in economic stimulus money will go to restore and repair national parks, including $30 million to fix the Reflecting Pool on the National Mall.

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Fewer Americans On The Move

Posted: 04/22/2009 - With fewer jobs available -- and credit tightening up -- Americans aren't as mobile as they used to be.

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Dozens Camp Out for Free Year's Worth of Chick-fil-A

Posted: 04/22/2009 - The franchise owner announced that the first 100 adults in line at the new restaurant will receive a free year's supply of Chick-fil-A. Now several dozen folks are camping out in front.

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Bernanke: People Need To Hone Financial Know-How

Posted: 04/20/2009 - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says Americans need to sharpen their financial know-how to help them best use their money, especially during the current economic crisis.

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GM Exec Says 1,600 Will Lose Jobs In Next Few Days

Posted: 04/20/2009 - A top General Motors Corp. executive says 1,600 workers will lose their jobs during the next few days as the automaker tries to cut costs and restructure to stay in business.

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Emanuel Doesn't See Need To Take Over Big Banks

Posted: 04/19/2009 - White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel says he doesn't think the Obama administration will have to step in and temporarily take charge of some big national banks.

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Xcel Energy Says It Hopes To Drop Prices

Posted: 04/17/2009 - Xcel Energy says it expects the average natural gas bill for residential customers in May to be about 39 percent lower compared with a year earlier.

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Owner of Chapel Hills Mall Files For Bankruptcy

Posted: 04/16/2009 - General Growth Properties Inc., the nation's second-largest mall operator, says it has filed for bankruptcy protection after failing to convince its debt holders to give it more time to refinance its crushing debt.

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Signs Show Unemployment May Be Improving

Posted: 04/16/2009 - The number of newly laid-off Americans requesting unemployment insurance benefits fell last week, a sign that job cuts could be easing.

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Lawmakers Begin Cutting State Budget

Updated: 04/16/2009 - The Colorado House will begin looking for budget cuts after Gov. Bill Ritter shut down plans to get the money from the state-created workers compensation insurance company

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