The average state police employee took home $16,133 in overtime pay in 2017, including 44 employees whose overtime pay exceeded $30,000 apiece. The table below, from the Office of the State Controller, lists the regular wages, stipends and overtime pay for 356 Maine State Police employees in 2017. Related View the State Police payroll from 2015 Source: Office of the State Controller</> First name Last name Title Regular wages Stipends Overtime wages Total First name Last name Title Regular wages Stipends Overtime wages Total Send questions/comments to the editors. How did your legislator vote on recreational pot? Related Stories Latest Articles Nation & World Islamic State suicide bomber kills 48 in Afghan capital Nation & World 3 dead, 4 injured in shooting at Tennessee Waffle House Uncategorized Data: 2017 overtime pay for Maine State Police officers Local & State Scarborough schools shaken by an administrative cage fight … [Read more...] about Data: 2017 overtime pay for Maine State Police officers
Uncategorized [Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post by Neera Badhwar, professor emerita of philosophy at the University of Oklahoma, and affiliate at George Mason University.] “Every Man has a Property in his own Person. This no Body has any Right to but himself. The Labour of his Body, and the Work of his Hands, we may say are properly his” (John Locke, Second Treatise of Government, Section 27). To own oneself is to have a right to use one’s faculties and energies as one pleases, without interference, so long as one does so compatibly with other people’s like rights. Self-ownership expresses the idea that we are ends in ourselves, with our own lives to lead, not mere means to others’ ends. It expresses the thought, as Robert Nozick and others have put it, that “[i]ndividuals are inviolable,” and explains why “unprovoked acts of killing, maiming,” etc. are wrong. Since the limits of self-ownership rights are … [Read more...] about Are Self-Ownership Rights Paralyzing?
Share Tweet Email Sen. Kamala Harris / Getty Images BY: Todd Shepherd Follow @shepherdreports February 22, 2019 12:30 pmNumerous Democratic candidates and other politicians still considering a candidacy will flood Iowa this weekend as the race for the Democratic nomination ratcheted up this week with the official entry of Vermont senator Bernie Sanders. Iowa's first in the nation caucus in 2020 is just under one year away, scheduled for Feb. 3. California senator Kamala Harris has perhaps the busiest schedule, with two town halls, a scheduled stop at the state capitol building, a meeting with the Iowa Democratic Party Black caucus, and more. Former San Antonio mayor and HUD secretary Julian Castro on Saturday wraps up a three-day stint in the state with a meet and greet and a round table. Among the "still deciding" candidates, New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio is continuing to work out the details of a fast weekend stopover, arriving on Saturday and quickly leaving the … [Read more...] about Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Flood Iowa This Weekend
Share Tweet Email Jeep Cherokees sit on a lot at Fiat Chryslers's Belvidere Assembly Plant / Getty Images BY: Watchdog NewsMarch 3, 2019 4:55 amFiat Chrysler announced plans Tuesday to invest $4.5 billion in its existing Michigan plants and create nearly 6,500 new jobs as a result. At the same time, the automaker said it will eliminate nearly 1,400 jobs at a plant in northern Illinois. In Detroit, the investment will help "increase capacity to meet growing demand for its Jeep and Ram brands, including production of two new Jeep-branded white space products, as well as electrified models," according to a news release from the company. "Three years ago, FCA set a course to grow our profitability based on the strength of the Jeep and Ram brands by realigning our U.S. manufacturing operations," Mike Manley, Fiat Chrysler's chief executive officer, said in a statement. "Today's announcement represents the next step in that strategy. It allows Jeep to enter two white space segments … [Read more...] about Fiat Chrysler to Add More Than 6,000 Jobs in Michigan
Home / Uncategorized by Reporter 09/12/2017, 12:07 pm FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Metro Aberdeen’s women’s squad has been bolstered by Nicola Gauld’s decision to sign for the club after representing Aberdeen AAC for the past 25 years. The 35-year-old Scotland track and road running international will be able to compete as a scorer in team competitions from the beginning of 2018 but can turn out for her new club with immediate effect once her transfer is confirmed by Scottishathletics. Gauld will, however, also retain membership of Aberdeen AAC as she doesn’t wish to break her ties with the club she grew up with. She said: “I am focusing on road running, so I thought it would be better to be with Metro as there’s a lot more opportunities to run in team competitions with them. “I don’t train with Aberdeen AAC nowadays, so it makes sense to move.It’s something I … [Read more...] about Nicola joins up with Metro so she can stay focused on roads races