The average wage for a cashier is around an hour, about ,000 a year.
That’s no great shakes, but it’s an honest job for full- or part-time workers and retirees wanting to earn some extra cash.
Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis popularized the phrase “laboratories of democracy”: “(T)o describe how a ‘state may, if its citizens choose, serve as a laboratory; and try novel social and economic experiments without risk to the rest of the country.’” Cities and towns also experiment with policy novelties – serving as even smaller laboratories. From what we’ve seen, urban localities are doing some really weird, very failed science. No one on the planet respects it less than government. Fighting mightily for the title of dumbest local lab – is South Miami, Florida: “(T)he South Miami City Commission will decide on July 12 when they vote on a ordinance that would require solar photovoltaic systems be installed on all newly constructed homes.
For instance, Seattle, Washington doesn’t do math very well. Older homes would also be subjected to this requirement if more than 50 percent of its square footage is renovated.” This would be government dumb – piled on top of government dumb. ) of billions of dollars government has already wasted on the production of solar power (and we here define “power” in the loosest, most meaningless possible way).
Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va.
The reduction is permitted only for injuries that would have been prevented by a belt.No US federal vaccination laws exist, but all 50 states have laws requiring children to be vaccinated against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (generally in a DTa P vaccine); polio (an IPV vaccine); and measles and rubella (generally in an MMR vaccine).All 50 states allow medical exemptions, 47 states allow religious exemptions, and 17 states allow philosophical exemptions. Missouri and Nebraska offer philosophical exemptions only for children entering childcare and Head Start facilities.If this bill passes the Senate – and right now, odds look quite good that it will be – then we could see the transfer of thousands of surplus M1911 handguns to the US civilian market via the CMP.Although these guns are likely to be well-worn, they still could have considerable value as collector’s pieces, inexpensive shooting irons, and workpieces for customization.