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PRIOR EXPERIENCE LED TO GRUBER HIRING IN COLORADO

Documents obtained by Watchdog Wire through a CORA request indicate that MIT economist Jonathan Gruber’s work with other state exchanges and role in developing Obamacare played a significant part in his winning a $305,000 contract with Colorado’s Health Insurance Exchange.

Joshua Sharf has the latest on his investigation from Colorado.

SMART METER VICTIMS CHALLENGE LANSING ROADBLOCKS

There were 125 citizens opposed to the health and privacy risks associated with the mandated deployment of “smart meters” by DTE Energy and Consumers Energy who witnessed first-hand the representation inequality associated with big-bucks government.

Dick Manasseri reports on the public meeting over privacy-invading government policy.

PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM MAY NOT KNOW WHO’S AROUND YOUR KIDS

Two separate reports in the Las Vegas Review-Journal indicate that public school officials in Nevada may not know enough about the people students are exposed to.

Michael Chamberlain breaks down the details.

THIS GOVERNMENT BODY OVERSEES REAL ESTATE IN NORTH CAROLINA, BUT SHOULD IT?

Can you imagine what our economy would be like if businesses were given the power to block competitors from entering the market? Guess what, that already happens.

Josh Kaib examines the actions of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission in what is a must-read for anyone concerned about economic liberty.

METRO MAKES ULTIMATUM TO AREA OFFICIALS: PAY UP, OR WE CUT RAIL SERVICE

Metro officials have warned, in light of the drafting of the fiscal budget for Metro in 2015, that if local jurisdictions don’t increase subsidies to Metro, that rail service will have to be cut to save costs.

Brad Matthews takes a look at the situation.

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