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Economists say Gov. Branstad of Iowa has to choose between better education and spending cuts

Some of Gov. Terry Branstad’s campaign pledges — to reduce the cost of government by 15 percent, raise family incomes by 25 percent, create 200,000 jobs and have the best schools in the nation — may be mutually exclusive, economists say. Andrew Cannon, a researcher for the non-partisan Iowa Policy Project , said it will be hard to reduce the cost of government by 15 percent without affecting the state’s quality of education, for instance.
Jul 31, 2020

Economists say Gov. Branstad of Iowa has to choose between better education and spending cuts

Economists say Gov. Branstad of Iowa has to choose between better education and spending cuts

Some of Gov. Terry Branstad’s campaign pledges — to reduce the cost of government by 15 percent, raise family incomes by 25 percent, create 200,000 jobs and have the best schools in the nation — may be mutually exclusive, economists say. Andrew Cannon, a researcher for the non-partisan Iowa Policy Project , said it will be hard to reduce the cost of government by 15 percent without affecting the state’s quality of education, for instance.
Some of Gov. Terry Branstad’s campaign pledges — to reduce the cost of government by 15 percent, raise family incomes by 25 percent, create 200,000 jobs and have the best schools in the nation — may be mutually exclusive, economists say. Andrew Cannon, a researcher for the non-partisan Iowa Policy Project , said it will be hard to reduce the cost of government by 15 percent without affecting the state’s quality of education, for instance.
Jul 31, 2020

Senate Panel Approves Credit Card Reform, Minus One Democrat

Senate Panel Approves Credit Card Reform, Minus One Democrat

The Senate Banking Committee today approved legislation forcing banks to make credit cards more consumer friendly, but don’t mistake this for a strictly
The Senate Banking Committee today approved legislation forcing banks to make credit cards more consumer friendly, but don’t mistake this for a strictly
Jul 31, 2020
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