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Contest Results — State of the Humor

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Here are the top lines for the February Joke Contest — State of the Funny. Some of our subscribers said that this contest was more difficult than most. New contests are announced on the first of the month. The District of Columbia is funny because it has the most politicians. Minnesota is funny because it is the home of Minnehaha Falls. Florida is funny because its fitness program consists of aerobic shuffleboard.

Joke Contest Results — State Slogans

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New Joke contests are annonced on the first of each month. Here are the top lines selected by our panel of judges (speakers and improv players). Minnesota: Land of 10,000 Likes. District of Columbia: Live Free or Die Broke. Washington DC: Land of 10,000 Mistakes. Washington DC: Don’t Make a Federal Case Out of it. Wisconsin: Home of Cheesy Humor.

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Pennsylvania Education Policy Roundup for September 5, 2013: School Funding shouldn't depend upon how powerful your legislator is – Join us in Harrisburg Sept. 23rd

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Press Event Monday September 23 rd , 11:30 am Capitol Rotunda, Harrisburg Every child in Pennsylvania deserves an opportunity to learn, whether they are from large or small, rich or not-so-rich, urban, suburban or rural school districts, charter schools or cyber schools; whether their legislator is a freshman state representative or a senate officer. to 21 school districts behind closed doors Lancaster gets $2.4 But cash-strapped Columbia School District was not among the lucky 21.

Pennsylvania Education Policy Roundup for September 16, 2013: Since 1991-92 there has been no set formula for providing funds for PA schools. 65% of all funds now distributed in this school year are based on statistics from the 1989-90 school year.

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65% of all funds now distributed in this school year are based on statistics from the 1989-90 school year. 65% of all funds now distributed in this school year are based on statistics from the 1989-90 school year. The plan failed because only parts of it were ever implemented during FY 2008-09 and 2009-10, and the General Assembly chose to abandon any further references to the plan in subsequent years.” “….The At present, there is no system of funding.