Pennsylvania Stops Paying 9,000 State Workers After Coronavirus Shutdown

State and local governments will be facing a major reckoning after shutting down their own economies in order to “battle” the Wuhan Coronavirus. Continue reading “Pennsylvania Stops Paying 9,000 State Workers After Coronavirus Shutdown”

100,000 Dead From Coronavirus Dr. Fauci Prediction Tracker

Yesterday, President Trump passed along information of what the United States is facing in the next two weeks as it relates to the Coronavirus. Continue reading “100,000 Dead From Coronavirus Dr. Fauci Prediction Tracker”

Indiana To Get $2.6 Billion In Aid Because Of Coronavirus

States will start receiving aid here soon because of the shutdown their economies are facing. Continue reading “Indiana To Get $2.6 Billion In Aid Because Of Coronavirus”

State of Indiana Gains $1 Million of Sports Gambling Tax Revenue in February

We said goodbye to NFL football til early fall, but the sports gambling tax revenue did not as bettors adjusted to other sports. Continue reading “State of Indiana Gains $1 Million of Sports Gambling Tax Revenue in February”

School District Raises Teacher Pay With No Money, Runs Massive Deficit

Many school districts in America have no economic responsibility to taxpayers. One school district in Minnesota gave teachers raises without having any money to do it. Now they face a budget deficit in the millions.

 

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Archaic Regulation Guidelines Driving Up State Government Construction Projects

Politicians at all levels of government like to campaign on “repairing our infrastructure” and “creating jobs” through government building projects. Continue reading “Archaic Regulation Guidelines Driving Up State Government Construction Projects”

State of Michigan Employee Pension System Consumes 36% Of The Annual Budget

Every pay period when a Michigan taxpayer looks at their pay stub and see’s state taxes taken out, they can calculate 36% of every dollarContinue reading “State of Michigan Employee Pension System Consumes 36% Of The Annual Budget”