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Morning Money: Consternation about contracts

The Daily News asks what’s becoming a typical refrain this budget season: What about those union contracts?

Morning Money: Consternation about contracts

The Daily News asks what’s becoming a typical refrain this budget season: What about those union contracts?

A spill of contaminated mud from Marcellus Shale drilling may make Gov. Rendell reconsider his push to lease more land for drilling this year.

Kutztown University is facing cuts thanks to stimulus money drying up and flat funding planned by the state.

Detroit’s City Council votes down a proposal to dissolve the city’s troubled pension system and turn it over to a nonprofit manager.

Dayton, Ohio, has seen 9 percent of its city work force move away after residency requirements were lifted. That's actually not as bad as some had feared.

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