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Treasury Department kills one-year bill

WASHINGTON -- Homeowners with adjustable rate mortgages tied to the one-year Treasury bill may not know the 42-year-old security died Tuesday. But not to worry, experts said. That's because the benchmark many banks...
William J. 'Bill' Adams   (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

...Smith, Cody Smith, Lee Baker, David Baker, Tim Durrance and Todd Durrance. If so desired, memorials in memory of Bill may be made to Woodridge Baptist Church. The family will greet friends Sunday, December 20th, 2009, from 7 until 9 o'clock...
Obituaries | Richmond County Crime
Ga. food stamp/ drug test fight looms

...illegal drug use.A recent email from a federal official, however, shows that at least the food stamp portion of the bill may run into problems.The email from Robert Caskey of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (the food stamp program...
Jack Williford - (GIBSON, Ga.)

...parents, Mrs. Essie Belle Kitchens and Mr. Hubert Williford; and one brother, James Hubert Williford. Pallbearers are Bill May, Jimmy Steptoe, Charles Roberts, Sr., Calvin McCoy, Mike Neal, and Ralph Mauldin. Honorary Pallbearers are deacons...
William Jennings Murphy (WALNUT CREEK, Calif.)

...never had a bad thing to say about anything or anyone. He always accepted people for who they are and what they did. Bill may have been loved by many, but he is going to be missed by all. Visitation will be on Friday, July 28, 2006 from 4 to...
Solar bill may not grant monopoly

ATLANTA - The author of a solar-monopoly bill said Thursday that the final version next year could change to give consumers a choice of solar-energy providers.
Irma Renew

...made to the American Lung Association ( or Warrenville First Baptist Church. Memories of Bill may be shared by visiting Hatcher Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Langley...
Bill may solve traffic woes

ATLANTA --- Some state and local officials see a sweeping solution to metro Atlanta's gridlock woes in the transportation bill approved this week
Metro | Construction and Traffic
Bill may excuse pupils from mandatory tests

When Jiaquang Chu moved to Augusta last year, there were many obstacles to overcome - a new school, new friends and a new language.
Metro | Glenn Hills High School
Bill may shorten trips by athletes

A bill that would limit team travel to 200 miles round trip must be voted out of an education subcommittee and approved by the House before the session's 33rd day, which is Tuesday. Otherwise, it will die.
Metro | Evans High School