Economy

Non-Profit's 10-K For the Federal Government Paints Bracing Picture Budget
Non-Profit's 10-K For the Federal Government Paints Bracing Picture
2019-04-17 21:05:51
by Dan McCue

Think about it. Every public corporation in America is required to make frequent filings to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. These reports provide a comprehensive summary of the company's performance, the risks it foresees encountering in the near and... Read More

What's In a Name? The Supreme Court Will Decide in ‘FUCT’ Trademark Dispute Supreme Court
What's In a Name? The Supreme Court Will Decide in ‘FUCT’ Trademark Dispute
2019-04-16 21:12:28
by Dan McCue

Perhaps it should have been docketed as the case that dare not speak its name. At least that's how it seemed Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court convened to hear arguments on whether the First Amendment's protection of freedom of... Read More

Applications for Jobless Benefits Drop to a 49-year Low, Inflation Remains Tame Economy
Applications for Jobless Benefits Drop to a 49-year Low, Inflation Remains Tame
2019-04-11 20:43:28
by Dan McCue

The number of people seeking unemployment benefits in the United States fell last week to its lowest level since December 1969, the Labor Department said Thursday. The last time unemployment benefits claims were this low, Jay-Z was a newborn in... Read More

Blue States Fear Exodus of Rich Taxpayers, But Study Finds No Sign — Yet Economy
Blue States Fear Exodus of Rich Taxpayers, But Study Finds No Sign — Yet

The new federal tax law’s cap on deducting state and local income taxes has caused much hand-wringing in high-tax states like California that rely heavily on their richest taxpayers. But a study this week found no sign — yet —... Read More

Congress Passes Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan Environment
Congress Passes Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan
2019-04-11 12:16:33
by Dan McCue

Bipartisan legislation enacting a long sought after drought plan for seven states in the Colorado River basin has been sent to the White House for President Donald Trump's signature. Senator Martha McSally, R-Ariz., and Representative Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., fast-tracked passage... Read More

Federal Deficit Projected to Exceed $1 Trillion By Late September Economy
Federal Deficit Projected to Exceed $1 Trillion By Late September
2019-04-10 21:15:23
by Dan McCue

The federal budget deficit for the fiscal year to date is $691 billion and will exceed $1 trillion by the time the current budget year ends in September, the Treasury Department said Wednesday. In its monthly report on the government's... Read More

Some Congressmen Want to Halt Appalachian Mountaintop Coal Mining Health
Some Congressmen Want to Halt Appalachian Mountaintop Coal Mining
2019-04-10 13:01:22
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON - Residents of Appalachian states warned about severe health and environmental consequences from renewed mountaintop coal mining during a congressional hearing Tuesday. Lawmakers called the hearing to address concerns raised by Trump administration policies to loosen environmental restrictions on... Read More

McAdams Proposes Balanced Budget Amendment, Blue Dog Coalition Endorses Budget
McAdams Proposes Balanced Budget Amendment, Blue Dog Coalition Endorses
2019-04-09 23:41:23
by Dan McCue

The Blue Dog Coalition of fiscally-responsible Democrats, has endorsed a Balanced Budget Amendment authored by Representative Ben McAdams, the co-chair of the organization's task force on fiscal responsibility and government reform. McAdams, a Democrat from Utah, is the first to... Read More

Bipartisan Quartet Reintroduces Bill To Protect State-legal Cannabis Businesses Economy
Bipartisan Quartet Reintroduces Bill To Protect State-legal Cannabis Businesses
2019-04-08 20:49:45
by Dan McCue

A bipartisan quartet comprised of lawmakers from both the House and Senate have reintroduced a bill intended to protect state-legal cannabis businesses from federal interference. The bill, also known as the Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States (STATES) Act,... Read More

US Consumer Borrowing Slowed in February, Fed Says Economy
US Consumer Borrowing Slowed in February, Fed Says
2019-04-05 20:56:28
by Dan McCue

Consumer borrowing rose at a slower pace in February as a surge in the use of credit cards was offset by a slackening in demand for student loans and auto loans, the Federal Reserve said Friday. The central bank said... Read More

Job Market Rebounded in March As Employers Added 196K to Payrolls Economy
Job Market Rebounded in March As Employers Added 196K to Payrolls
2019-04-05 20:49:52
by Dan McCue

It may not have been March madness, but the job market rebounded strongly last month, solidly trouncing economists' expectations. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that nonfarm payrolls grew by 196,000 jobs in March, well above the 165,000 jobs... Read More

Bridgepoint Education Is Now Zovio, Announces Arizona Headquarters Education
Bridgepoint Education Is Now Zovio, Announces Arizona Headquarters
2019-04-03 00:04:27
by Dan McCue

Bridgepoint Education, Inc. has changed its name to Zovio Inc., advancing the company's strategy and transformation into an education technology services company. In addition to the name change, the company, which partners with higher education institutions and employers to deliver... Read More

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