timing was right to make the change.
These moves are consistent with the way we develop our people.
This desperate attack has more holes than a pasta strainer. This is another paid attack by union critics.
The government does not challenge the manner in which we disposed of hazardous waste material ... but rather the transportation of it from stores.
More than three-fourths of Wal-Mart associates have health insurance. And every Wal-Mart [worker] in Maryland -- both full-time and part-time -- can become eligible for health coverage that costs as little as $23 per month.
In allowing a bad bill to become a bad law, the (Maryland) General Assembly took a giant step backward and placed the special interests of Washington, D.C., union leaders ahead of the well-being of the people they serve. And that's wrong.
This vote was never about health care. This was about partisan politics in the Maryland gubernatorial race. In allowing a bad bill to become a bad law, the General Assembly took a giant step backward and placed the special interests of Washington, D.C. union leaders ahead of the well being of the people they serve. And that's wrong.
It has been restructured so that this person is going to look after only this (area), as opposed to this ... and other things.