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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Jonathan Lee
Jackson Mayor Chokwe Lumumba (SHOW-kway Lu-MOOM-bah), a nationally prominent attorney and human rights activist who persuaded voters into accepting a sales tax to fix crumbling roads and infrastructure in Mississippi's capital, died Tuesday.
George Mason shot 78.9 percent (15 of 19) in the second half to Northeastern's 60.9 percent (14 of 23), but the Huskies were 15 of 19 at the line to the Patriots' 4 of 4.
George Mason's most reliable trait disappeared in the second half Thursday night. So did its winning streak in CAA openers.
It's been a milestone year for Jay Chou. The Asian pop sensation marked a decade in the music business with his 10th studio album, which became the latest in his recent string of best-sellers. He also made his Hollywood debut by playing Kato in the hit action film comedy "The Green Hornet."
A list of winners in the major categories at Taiwan's 22nd Golden Melody Awards, announced late Saturday at Taipei Arena:
The mother of the suspended JetBlue flight attendant said she was sorry the incident between her son and a passenger occurred but that she understood why he had what she described as a very small meltdown.
He said then that the city needed an estimated $1.2 billion to completely fix its infrastructure, and raising sales tax by 1 percent would bring in at least $15 million a year until the tax expires in 20 years.
A plaintiff in the case, Jonathan Lee, said the deal guarantees that the museum's collection will not be "shuffled off."