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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) _ These New Jersey lotteries were drawn Monday:

Business Roundtable President and former Michigan Gov. John Engler, seen in 2014, proposed that states band together to quit taxpayer-funded s…

Thirty years ago this summer, two former governors—Michigan’s John Engler and Illinois’ Jim Edgar—arrived at the National Governors Association meeting with a radical idea: that states band together and stop handing taxpayer-funded subsidies to private businesses. The idea fizzled, and we’ve since seen ever-increasing corporate handouts. As governors convene this year, support for a change is ...

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