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Topic - Jonathan Williams
Justin Drummond scored 28 points and Toledo rallied late to tie before pulling away from Western Michigan in overtime 96-85 Saturday.
Da'Shonte Riley had seven blocked shots to anchor Eastern Michigan's dominant 2-3 zone in a 65-44 victory over Toledo on Saturday.
A criminal investigation is underway into the death of an Arizona state prison inmate following a confrontation with another inmate in an outdoor recreation area.
No. 4 Ohio State laid another beating on an overmatched conference foe, and No. 24 Michigan State took control of the Big Ten's other division with a rout of Michigan.
The odds of finding a good job are significantly better in the nation's red states than in blue states, according to a new study of business and tax policies across the country released Thursday.
States say they've been kept afloat during the economic downturn by critical federal aid, but, with stimulus money set to run out soon, a report from conservative economists argues that another infusion would postpone, and could worsen, states' eventual reckoning with troubled budgets.
In other instances, Mr. Williams said, states have imposed new taxes on doctors or patients at hospitals to qualify for more health care funding.
Jonathan Williams, director of the tax and fiscal policy task force at the American Legislative Exchange Council, said continued federal aid will only feed "the do-something disease in Washington," where the federal government sees a problem and decides taxpayer money can help.