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report blames police leadership for mtba officer assault


boston (ap) — a consultant says police leadership is partly to blame after a woman was beaten and pepper-sprayed by a former massachusetts transit officer.the boston globe reports (http://bit.ly/2zakywc ) new hampshire-based municipal resources inc. criticized the massachusetts bay transportation authority leadership in a 2016 consultant’s report.the consultant says superior officers ignored several complaints of excessive force from former officer jennifer garvey before the march 2014 assault on a bystander.after the assault, the consultant says a superior officer assigned an “untrained and inexperienced subordinate” to investigate garvey. the consultant says the investigator failed to review key evidence before exonerating garvey.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.






south dakota jury acquits marijuana resort consultant of all charges


marijuana isn't legal in the state of south dakota. hagen and fellow consultant jonathan hunt, officials with monarch america, a colorado-based company in the marijuana industry, were charged last year after helping the tribe.






a feng shui consultant's take on trump


feng shui consultant joey yap has predicted a showdown between the east and the west in 2017, with china and the us taking centre stage. we asked him to forecast how this could affect us president donald trump's relations with other world leaders in the year of the fire rooster.video by ashleigh nghiem.






fbi raids maryland republican political consultant's office


annapolis, md. — the fbi has raided the office of a republican consulting firm in maryland in connection with an investigation into the 2013 virginia governor's race.the fbi confirmed thursday it served a search warrant in annapolis, maryland, but declined to elaborate. kelley rogers, president of strategic campaign group, told reporters the investigation relates to work the consultant did for former virginia attorney general ken cuccinelli, the gop's 2013 gubernatorial candidate.rogers told reporters that his firm settled a lawsuit brought by the cuccinelli campaign after he lost the governor's race to terry mcauliffe. roger says the investigation appears to have stemmed from allegations in that lawsuit.cuccinelli told the associated press he has not been interviewed by law enforcement of






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karina macias said she saw a business opportunity shortly after being elected to the huntington park city council.she decided to become a political consultant and parlay her connections throughout the community to help raise campaign contributions for other aspiring candidates. so far, she’s...






south dakota sioux tribe’s cannabis resort consultant faces trial on drug charge


roughly two years after an american indian tribe began an ambitious push to open the nation's first marijuana resort in south dakota, a consultant who helped pursue the stalled venture is heading to trial on drug charges.






fbi raids gop consultant over 2013 virginia governor’s race


annapolis, md. (ap) — fbi agents raided the office of a republican consulting firm in maryland in connection with an investigation into the 2013 virginia governor’s race.the fbi confirmed it served a search warrant thursday in annapolis, maryland, but declined to elaborate. kelley rogers, president of strategic campaign group, told reporters the investigation relates to work the consultant did for former virginia attorney general ken cuccinelli, the gop’s 2013 gubernatorial candidate.rogers told reporters that his firm settled a lawsuit brought by the cuccinelli campaign after he lost the governor’s race to democrat terry mcauliffe. rogers said the investigation appears to have stemmed from allegations in that lawsuit.the firm’s website describes strategic campaign group as “a full-service






consultant says courthouse needs $12m in exterior repairs


sioux city, iowa (ap) — a consultant says the landmark woodbury county courthouse needs $12 million in exterior repairs.the county supervisors said tuesday after hearing a report from consultant pete franks that they’ll decide at a future meeting when to start the repairs and how to pay for them.the exterior has deteriorated so much that officials have been able to pull entire bricks from the foundation in some places. county officials last year had estimated the repair price tag at $2.1 million.the courthouse — considered the largest publicly owned prairie school-design building in the world — was put on the national register of historic places in 1973 and was designated a national historic landmark in 1996.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the supervisors are plan






fbi raids gop consultant over 2013 virginia governor's race


annapolis, md. — fbi agents raided the office of a republican consulting firm in maryland in connection with an investigation into the 2013 virginia governor's race.the fbi confirmed it served a search warrant thursday in annapolis, maryland, but declined to elaborate. kelley rogers, president of strategic campaign group, told reporters the investigation relates to work the consultant did for former virginia attorney general ken cuccinelli, the gop's 2013 gubernatorial candidate.rogers told reporters that his firm settled a lawsuit brought by the cuccinelli campaign after he lost the governor's race to democrat terry mcauliffe. rogers said the investigation appears to have stemmed from allegations in that lawsuit.the firm's website describes strategic campaign group as "a full-service repu






all the right-wing euphemisms for roger ailes’ ‘sins’


roger ailes is gone. dead. history. the fox news chairman who either broke america or helped make it great again has passed into the great “fair and balanced” beyond. ailes, 77, was not just a political consultant and television pioneer. he also was alleged to be a serial perpetrator of sexual harassment, a man who took…






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political road map: how california went from worst to first in drawing fair poli


as the u.s. supreme court considers its role in forcing states to draw fair political maps, californians know well how the process can be manipulated. they saw it happen over and over again, for decades.but an argument can be made that california rocketed from worst to first in making redistricting fairer. few believe that more strongly than former gov. arnold schwarzenegger.“i say it is the time to say, ‘hasta la vista’ to gerrymandering,” he said at an event outside the supreme court in washington last week as the justices considered the battle over the district lines drawn in wisconsin.much of california’s modern political history was shaped by battles over political boundaries, fought over a 60-year span that parallels the state’s transformation into the country’s most populous and div






'this is going to be real inconvenient'


doug holley's monday morning started when he noticed he had an email from fran klaas, the kendall county highway department director.the email informed holley, the millington village president, that the county had serious concerns about the safety of the millington road bridge over the fox river, and that klaas was about to hear from the illinois department of transportation about whether or not to close it. that word came about 10 minutes later from the state: close it immediately."it's another thorn in my side, yet it is," holley said. "it's just something we're going to have to deal with."klaas said the closing came about because a consultant the county uses regularly to inspect bridges found what they call "scouring" – a form of deterioration – on one of the bridge piers. that prompted






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republican healthcare bill could be a disaster


the house of representatives is scheduled to vote on a controversial republican healthcare bill thursday with the aim to repeal and replace key parts of former president barack obama’s healthcare plan. however, not everyone is happy with the hasty manner in which the vote is being held. republican political consultant john weaver, who worked with sen.…






new hempstead supervisor needs a coalition to lead, experts say


incoming democratic hempstead town supervisor laura gillen photo credit: howard schnapp by stefanie dazio and john asbury  [email protected], [email protected] @stefaniedazio updated november 19, 2017 6:40 am print see commentsshare share tweet share emailon a governing board with seven members, the magic number is four.less than two weeks after democrat laura gillen’s unexpected victory in the hempstead town supervisor’s race, experts are wondering if she’ll be able to reach a majority on the mostly republican board once she takes office jan. 2.“for her to govern, she has to be able to get enough votes,” said michael dawidziak, a bohemia political consultant who works mostly with republicans. “everybody is now a potential ally or a potential enemy.”gillen likely already has






despite new law, pacs helped decide missouri senate race


jefferson city, mo. (ap) — a new law that caps contributions to state political candidates likely will shift the power in missouri politics to third parties and reduce information about where the donations come from, according to political consultants who point to a race for a state senate decided last week as an example of the problem.republican mike cierpiot, of lee’s summit, defeated democrat hillary shields in tuesday’s election for the missouri senate seat out of jackson county. two political action committees spent more than $400,000 in october to help cierpiot and attack shields. cierpiot’s campaign spent $353,000, while shields spent only $48,000, the kansas city star reported.last year, missouri voters approved caps on donations to state political candidates but the state still al






florida senator who resigned over racial slur hired models


tallahassee, fla. — a newspaper is reporting that a florida state senator who resigned this week after using a racial slur hired a former hooters "calendar girl" and a playboy model with no political experience to be consultants for his political action committee last year.the miami herald reports saturday (http://hrld.us/2otlmhu ) that state records show that frank artiles' pac, veterans for conservative principals, had paid former hooters model heather thomas $2,000 and former playboy model brittney singletary $1,500. they were listed as consultants.artiles' political consultant david custin refused to answer the paper's questions. singletary said she did fundraising for the pac. thomas declined to comment.artiles, a republican, resigned friday after he used vulgarities and a variation o






the latest: marijuana consultant: south dakota had no case


flandreau, s.d. — the latest in the south dakota trial of a man who faced drug charges after acting as consultant to an american indian tribe seeking to develop a marijuana resort (all times local):1:40 p.m.a consultant who was cleared of drug charges brought after he helped a south dakota indian tribe trying to develop a marijuana resort says the state never had a case.eric hagen was acquitted wednesday by a jury in flandreau that needed only a couple of hours to deliberate. hagen and his company consulted with the flandreau santee sioux in 2015 on the project.the tribe eventually torched its crop amid fears of a federal raid, and hagen was charged with several counts related to marijuana possession.hagen says the state overstepped its authority in bringing the case. he says he "never onc






five charged with insider trading involving department of health & human service


five men, including a washington political consultant and a federal employee, were criminally charged on wednesday with engaging in an insider trading scheme based on leaks from within a federal healthcare agency.federal prosecutors in manhattan announced the arrests of political consultant david blaszczak, founder of precipio health strategies; u.s. centers for medicare and medicaid services (cms) employee christopher worrall; and rob olan and ted huber, employees of the healthcare hedge fund deerfield management.olan’s lawyer, eugene ingoglia, said in an email that olan was “an innocent man.” huber’s lawyer, barry berke, said that huber “did absolutely nothing wrong.”jordan fogel, a former employee at new york-based deerfield, who was also charged, pleaded guilty on friday.“jordan looks






farmington axes funding for city's preservation commission


the farmington city council has eliminated funding for its heritage preservation commission, the body that protects and promotes a city’s historic properties, citing budget cuts, rising expenses and a reluctance to raise taxes. the city is also weighing whether to cut the commission itself.“historic preservation is still an important thing for the city council — it’s just we felt we could do without the commission and still keep the preservation,” said mayor todd larson.the commission costs the city about $8,000 annually, which includes hiring a consultant.farmington’s move, which happened in the fall, disappointed local preservation advocates and commission members and left some wondering if there were other reasons for the ax.the cut “shocked and stunned” commission members, said robert






private consultant indicted in oregon energy scandal


salem, ore. (ap) — a private consultant in oregon was indicted this week in connection with a widening corruption scandal that already has ensnared a former oregon department of energy manager.the oregonian/oregonlive reports (http://bit.ly/2sju42h ) the 78-count indictment against martin shain includes allegations of bribery, racketeering, theft and tax evasion. the indictment comes two days after the former agency manager, joe colello, pleaded guilty to accepting $291,017 in kickbacks.the 60-year-old shain was both a consultant on energy projects and a tax credit broker. prosecutors accuse the seattle-based businessman of sending cashier’s checks to colello on more than 50 occasions during a period of 2 ½ years.shain is scheduled to be arraigned friday morning in marion county circuit co






ex-florida sen. frank artiles who used racial slur hired hooters, playboy models


tallahassee, fla. -- a newspaper is reporting that a florida state senator who resigned this week after using a racial slur hired a former hooters “calendar girl” and a playboy model with no political experience to be consultants for his political action committee last year. the miami herald reports saturday that state records show that frank artiles’ pac, veterans for conservative principals, had paid former hooters model heather thomas $2,000 and former playboy model brittney singletary $1,500. they were listed as consultants. artiles’ political consultant david custin refused to answer the paper’s questions. singletary said she did fundraising for the pac. thomas declined to comment.artiles, a republican, resigned after he used vulgarities and a variation of the n-word in a barroom conv






south dakota jury acquits consultant who helped american indian tribe develop ma


share storyby the associated pressthe associated pressflandreau, s.d. (ap) — south dakota jury acquits consultant who helped american indian tribe develop marijuana resort.the associated press






correction: airport shooting-florida story


fort lauderdale, fla. — in a story feb. 9 about fort lauderdale-hollywood international airport hiring a consultant to review the response to january's mass shooting there, the associated press misspelled the company's name. st. louis-based ross & baruzzini inc. is the name of the company, not ross & barruzini.a corrected version of the story is below:consultant to look at how florida airport handled shootingofficials in florida are hiring a consultant to assess how well authorities handled the aftermath of a shooting in the baggage claim area at fort lauderdale-hollywood international airportfort lauderdale, fla. (ap) — officials in florida are hiring a consultant to assess how well authorities handled the aftermath of a shooting in the baggage claim area at fort lauderdale-hollyw






lara trump hired by trump campaign's digital vendor


washington — the digital vendor for president donald trump's political campaign has hired a new senior consultant: his daughter-in-law, lara trump.the new yorker, eric trump's wife, will serve as a liaison for san antonio, texas-based giles-parscale to trump's ongoing campaign, based at trump tower in manhattan.giles-parscale president brad parscale says she's an "incredibly talented person with the right experience for us."parscale says lara trump has a background in marketing and helped on trump's 2016 political bid.parscale's firm also serves as the data and digital provider for america first policies, a nonprofit group started earlier this year to back trump's presidential agenda.a representative for lara trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment.






lara trump hired by trump campaign's digital vendor


washington — the digital vendor for president donald trump's political campaign has hired a new senior consultant: the president's daughter-in-law, lara trump.the new yorker, eric trump's wife, will serve as a liaison for san antonio, texas-based giles-parscale to trump's ongoing campaign, based at trump tower in manhattan.giles-parscale president brad parscale says she's an "incredibly talented person with the right experience for us."parscale says lara trump has a background in marketing and helped on trump's 2016 political bid.parscale's firm also serves as the data and digital provider for america first policies, a nonprofit group started earlier this year to back trump's presidential agenda.a representative for lara trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment.






inauguration day protests spur for study of police actions


washington (ap) — the district of columbia’s police complaints board says an independent consultant should examine the actions of police on inauguration day. more than 200 people were arrested and charged with rioting that day after protesters broke windows and set fire to a limousine.the recommendation to appoint a consultant came monday as part of a report released by the board that oversees police complaints and monitors police interaction with protesters.the report on inauguration day concludes that in many instances metropolitan police department officers “conducted activities in a constitutional manner” but says several instances “cause concern and raise questions.” among the concerns raised were some arrest procedures and the use of non-lethal weapons like pepper spray and “sting ba






conservatives, low-income earners feel least welcome in boulder


jeremy papasso, daily camerapeople walk on the pearl street mall on thursday in boulder.survey results released this month indicate that those outside the boulder majority — that is, affluent, liberal, heterosexual white people — feel less welcome on average in the city.overall, 85 percent of the roughly 1,800 citizens who responded to the survey reported feeling either “somewhat” or “very” welcome in boulder. but among those who reported feeling unwelcome, there were a few common reasons reported: political views, socioeconomic and housing status, age, race and sex or gender identity.the survey was conducted by the national council on crime and delinquency, a consultant hired by the city close to a year ago in the wake of a separate survey that found evidence of racial bias within the bou






native american tribe's cannabis consultant to face trial


pierre, s.d. — roughly two years after an american indian tribe began an ambitious push to open the nation's first marijuana resort in south dakota, a consultant who helped pursue the stalled venture is heading to trial on drug charges.jury selection starts thursday in the case of eric hagen, a consultant who worked with the flandreau santee sioux tribe on its operation about 45 miles north of sioux falls. hagen was indicted on state marijuana charges months after the tribe destroyed their crop amid fears of a federal raid.here's a look at key information about the trial:___what's going on?hagen and fellow consultant jonathan hunt, officials with monarch america, a colorado-based company in the marijuana industry, were charged last year after assisting the tribe.the santee sioux began a ma






jerry west to join clippers as consultant


jerry west, one of the nba’s most distinguished executives ever, who once presided over making the lakers a sports powerhouse, is finalizing a deal to join the clippers as a consultant, said several league officials who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.west spent the last six seasons as an executive board member with the nba champion golden state warriors. he would serve in the same advisor role with the clippers, according to the officials.one official said west, 79, took the clippers job because he wants another “challenge” after helping the warriors acquire kevin durant last summer and then watching golden state defeat the cleveland cavaliers in the nba finals monday night.an official announcement is not expected until next week, one executive said, possibly as early






schafer: twin cities experts focus on keeping the customer satisfied


minneapolis marketing consultant dan wallace thinks the twin cities might have a top “cluster” of thought leadership in managing a better customer experience. he makes a good point.in the twin cities we have lou carbone, a writer, consultant and former marketer behind the consulting firm called experience engineering. we also have b. joseph pine ii, an author and consultant who rose to prominence as co-author of a 1999 book called “the experience economy.”others in the region have made their own contributions to the field, including wallace. with two co-authors, he explained how the customer experience is a fundamental step in creating brand value in the 2016 book “the physics of brand.”“place matters,” wallace said.he and his co-authors “were able to see how customer experience turns into






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joe gothard begins work next month as superintendent of st. paul public schools — a job for which his school board bosses have agreed to pay him $232,000 annually.but the search for the new schools chief was not nearly as kind to orlando ramos, one of three original finalists to lead the state’s second-largest district.ramos, a regional superintendent for the milwaukee public schools, was a candidate this spring for top schools jobs in st. paul and detroit, mich., and dropped the detroit bid to interview in st. paul. but he never made it to minnesota, having abandoned his candidacy after the star tribune reported he had a bankruptcy filing in his recent past.“i certainly would have liked to have known that,” st. paul school board chairman jon schumacher told the newspaper a few hours befor






search firm knew of st. paul superintendent candidate's bankruptcy


joe gothard begins work next month as superintendent of st. paul public schools — a job for which his school board bosses have agreed to pay him $232,000 annually.but the search for the new schools chief was not nearly as kind to orlando ramos, one of three original finalists to lead the state's second-largest district.ramos, a regional superintendent for the milwaukee public schools, was a candidate this spring for top schools jobs in st. paul and detroit, mich., and dropped the detroit bid to interview in st. paul. but he never made it to minnesota, having abandoned his candidacy after the star tribune reported he had a bankruptcy filing in his recent past."i certainly would have liked to have known that," st. paul school board chairman jon schumacher told the newspaper a few hours befor






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joe gothard begins work next month as superintendent of st. paul public schools — a job for which his school board bosses have agreed to pay him $232,000 annually.but the search for the new schools chief was not nearly as kind to orlando ramos, one of three original finalists to lead the state’s second-largest district.ramos, a regional superintendent for the milwaukee public schools, was a candidate this spring for top schools jobs in st. paul and detroit, mich., and dropped the detroit bid to interview in st. paul. but, he never made it to minnesota, having abandoned his candidacy after the star tribune reported he had a bankruptcy filing in his recent past.“i certainly would have liked to have known that,” st. paul school board chairman jon schumacher told the newspaper a few hours befo






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determined to reverse eight years of a democratic administration, house republicans are on track to overturn a handful of rules finalized in president barack obama's final months in office to deal with climate change, federal contracting and background checks for gun ownership.