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February 2014 Archives

NFL denies $25,000 Super Bowl agreement with city

Virginia football fans could find it interesting that, according to the city of Secaucus, the New York New Jersey Superbowl Host Committee made an agreement with the city on Jan. 15 for the use of a Secaucus High School parking lot for the sum of $10,000. The plan is said to have been changed one week prior to the big game.

Government joins lawsuit against employee vetting company

Virginia residents may be interested in the story of a government contractor accused of failing to uphold its side of a significant annual contract. A recent filing by the U.S. Department of Justice alleges that the company failed to properly vet government employees.

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