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Reid Working With Republican Caucus to Move UI Bill

The House is currently voting to move a standalone unemployment insurance bill, and I’ll update when they are done. But encouraging news from the Senate side
Jul 31, 2020

Reid Working With Republican Caucus to Move UI Bill

Reid Working With Republican Caucus to Move UI Bill

The House is currently voting to move a standalone unemployment insurance bill, and I’ll update when they are done. But encouraging news from the Senate side
The House is currently voting to move a standalone unemployment insurance bill, and I’ll update when they are done. But encouraging news from the Senate side
Jul 31, 2020

How Long Will The Troop Pause Be?

How Long Will The Troop Pause Be?

Jul 31, 2020

Health officials: Lake Michigan trout unsafe to eat

Health officials: Lake Michigan trout unsafe to eat

Michigan health officials say no one should eat any lake trout from Lake Michigan because the fish contain dangerous levels of PCB, dioxins, and the now-banned pesticide chlordane .
Michigan health officials say no one should eat any lake trout from Lake Michigan because the fish contain dangerous levels of PCB, dioxins, and the now-banned pesticide chlordane .
Jul 31, 2020

Florida study shows income inequality slows economic growth

Florida study shows income inequality slows economic growth

A new study points to income inequality (the gap between those making most of the income and those making the least) as one of the main culprits for a country’s lagging economy. The United States’ income inequality is currently very high — and yet, some states are faring worse than others. Florida ranks “as the fifth-worst state in the nation on a measure of income inequality,” the Gini Index, according to the Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy . Mother Jones reports that “equality” in income remains one of the most important “economic drivers” in an economy: “Countries where income was more equally distributed tended to have longer growth spells,” says economist Andrew Berg, whose study appears in the current issue of Finance & Development , the quarterly magazine of the International Monetary Fund.
A new study points to income inequality (the gap between those making most of the income and those making the least) as one of the main culprits for a country’s lagging economy. The United States’ income inequality is currently very high — and yet, some states are faring worse than others. Florida ranks “as the fifth-worst state in the nation on a measure of income inequality,” the Gini Index, according to the Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy . Mother Jones reports that “equality” in income remains one of the most important “economic drivers” in an economy: “Countries where income was more equally distributed tended to have longer growth spells,” says economist Andrew Berg, whose study appears in the current issue of Finance & Development , the quarterly magazine of the International Monetary Fund.
Jul 31, 2020
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