Nathan Deal called a special legislative session starting Nov. Farmers in southwest Georgia were hit especially hard. Ricky Dollison, from Dollison Farms in Worth County, said he lost thirty pigs in one night and is still working to salvage swine.
The following story ran Oct. More thanworkers at those companies lost their jobs. Since deregulation of the airlines ina dozen airline companies have merged or gone out of business.
More than 50, of their employees lost their jobs. The bailout will leave taxpayers stuck with a half-trillion-dollar tab. Now, the people who rewrote the government rule book to deregulate airlines, trucking and savings and loans are about to rewrite the rules on banks.
They call it banking reform. President Bush spelled out the plans in a speech on Feb.
Our banking reform proposals. The arguments for deregulating banks are much the same as those that were made in the s and '80s for the other industries: Removing government restrictions on the private sector would let free and open competition rule the marketplace.
Getting rid of regulations would spur the growth of new companies. Existing companies would become more efficient or perish. Competition would create jobs, drive down prices and benefit consumers and businesses alike. The gritty reality, as imposed on the daily lives of the men and women most directly affected, is a little different.
Neimann of Fort Smith, Ark.
Neimann, who worked for a trucking company, was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer in November He went on medical leave two months later. In Augusthis company, Smith's Transfer Corp. Its checks began bouncing, including ones paying for Neimann's treatments at the M.
Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. When the bedridden, gravely ill Neimann couldn't make payments, the hospital began pressuring his wife, Billie. He was still alive. I knew he was going to die. And they knew he was going to die. Could I ask you what estate are you talking about? You don't have anything to go into an estate.
At this age, we're just starting out. Dip right in and get some of the bills, too.
Because there won't be anything left. The calls from M. Anderson's collection department continued. I don't know what's happened, but lately they haven't called. At 23, she went to work as a flight attendant for Braniff International Airlines. That was inwhen the Dallas-based carrier was the nation's eighth largest airline.
That year, the fourth year of airline deregulation, Braniff asked workers to accept wage cuts and other concessions. Even after employees agreed to reductions, Braniff still could not pay its bills and the airline was forced to seek protection in U.
Bankruptcy Court in May Nov. 15, 11 Alive Kemp-Abrams governor's race: Federal judge issues split-decision in election lawsuit Joe Henke reports that in a page ruling, a federal judge has issued a split decision, siding with both Stacey Abrams' and Brian Kemp's campaigns.
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