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Taxpayers Pick Up $15 Bilion Tab for General Motors

Add General Motors to the list of government failures taxpayers are continuing to fund. As though it weren't egregious enough that the government meddled in private industry in the most intrustive of fashions, the auto bailout that was supposed to save GM will cost taxpayers billions.  Wednesday, the Treasury announced they'll be selling 40% of the GM stock they hold or 200 million shares back to GM. 

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Taxpayers Pick Up $15 Bilion Tab for General Motors

Add General Motors to the list of government failures taxpayers are continuing to fund. As though it weren't egregious enough that the government meddled in private industry in the most intrustive of fashions, the auto bailout that was supposed to save GM will cost taxpayers billions.  Wednesday, the Treasury announced they'll be selling 40% of the GM stock they hold or 200 million shares back to GM. 

12/21/2012
Taxpayer Ripoff: The Only Way to Define State Employee Benefits

Marta Mossburg reports in the Washington Examiner that even as Maryland faces a $700 million budget shortfall this year:

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Taxpayer Ripoff: The Only Way to Define State Employee Benefits

Marta Mossburg reports in the Washington Examiner that even as Maryland faces a $700 million budget shortfall this year:

07/28/2009