Sunday, October 26, 2014
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Morning Money: Time for paint by numbers?

It looks like the cash-strapped city of Harrisburg is preparing to miss a debt payment.

Morning Money: Time for paint by numbers?

It looks like the cash-strapped city of Harrisburg is preparing to miss a debt payment.

The state should find out today whether its bid to get $400 million in federal Race to the Top education money was successful.

The Inky examines how different New Jersey school districts are responding to Gov. Christie’s call to freeze teacher pay.

The New York Times takes a look at states that will have to pay more in the short term to meet new federal mandates imposed by the health care bill.

The Illinois state House has voted to deny allocating funds for a portrait of former Gov. Rod Balgojevich that would hang in the state Capitol.

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Every year, city government spends slightly more than $4 billion. Where does all that money come from? More importantly, where does it go? Are we getting the most bang for our tax buck? “It's Our Money” is a joint project between Philadelphia Daily News and WHYY, funded by the William Penn Foundation, designed to answer these questions.

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