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“In Illinois -- one of only six states with a statistically significant "regressive" funding structure -- districts with 30-percent poverty can expect to receive 21 percent less than a district with zero percent poverty.”
“However, it will not fully recharge them, serving only to maintain a 30-percent charge as you keep on motoring.”
“Gas from shale -- a fine-grained layer of rock below the earth's surface -- is also responsible for 30-percent more greenhouse gas emissions than conventional natural gas.”
“But to draw new users, sites often must rely on advertising to distribute their message -- Match, which saw a 30-percent jump in subscribers last year, increased its advertising budget, introduced a new video campaign and is listed as one of the top advertisers on Facebook.”
“Therefore, lenders look for a range between 10-percent to 30-percent, or more, of your cash in the deal depending upon the risk.”
“House and Senate committees have approved a 30-percent pay hike, but Congress as a whole has not acted on the proposal.”
“The State University of New York has sought the authority from Albany to increase tuition in part to contend with a 30-percent reduction in state aid over the last three years.”
“This constituted a 30-percent increase in their tax rate at the time.”
“But with weeding, watering, harvesting, cleaning, stocking the farm stand, re-seeding beds, and chasing after various pests in the garden, it's not really a 25 - or 30-percent time suck.”
“Based on a 30-percent increase, the new vehicle could return 20 mpg overall -- a significant improvement.”
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