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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The field of candidates hoping to replace Chris Dodd in Connecticut is a crowded one. Former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Linda McMahon is running for the Republican nomination. Plus, a check-in on how effective the stimulus bill has been at being open to minority businesses in the tri-state area; newly-elected councilman Jimmy Van Bramer; and the Help Wanted series continues.

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Jimmy Van Bramer and Linda McMahon

Rates on the Rise

Anthem Blue Cross in California announced it would delay the controversial price increases of as much as 39% on individual health insurance policies. Jonathan Cohn, writer for The Treatment blog and senior editor at The New Republic, discusses the Anthem Blue Cross case and the implications nationwide for people ...

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Candidate Linda McMahon

Former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Linda McMahon discusses her candidacy for the Republican nomination in Connecticut's US senate race.

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Meet Your Councilmember: Jimmy Van Bramer

City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer from the 26th District in Queens discusses his recent election to City Council.

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Stimulus Check-In: Minority Business

Tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of the stimulus bill. Bettina Damiani, Project Director for Good Jobs New York, and Angela Glover Blackwell, founder and CEO of PolicyLink, discuss the impact of the stimulus on low-income communities, and grade New York on how effective the state has been at ...

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Help Wanted: Interview Strategies

What's the best way to make sure every interview counts? Scott Peek, principal photographer at scottpeekphotography, is a former corporate salesman who now volunteers his time at a career networking organization, coaching job seekers in interview techniques.

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Help Wanted: Meet Ginger

We're meeting the five participants in the newly-launched "Help Wanted series. Today, meet Ginger, who formerly worked in administrative support in the finance industry.

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