The State of Indiana is bracing for big budget deficits from their choice of voluntary shutting down their economy because of COVID-19.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett refusal to open up Indianapolis while allowing rioting and constant protesting is catching the eye of the cities big money movers.
Proponents of the legalization of marijuana make wild claims of increased tax revenue or crime going down.
State budgets will be facing a new economic force that could put them further into debt after purposefully making people unemployed.
Tennessee will have a projected $1 Billion less for their budget in the coming fiscal year.
One Colorado government body is going to be ok with loss of tax revenue from the voluntary shutdown orders.
The economic ramifications of constant rioting over the death of George Floyd in numerous American cities
Jobs and sports programs are being cut at one Indiana college due to the the lock down academy.
Dayton, Ohio mayor is ready for some big cuts due to lack of tax revenue.
Even though Illinois is about to go financially broke, they at least stick to their principles during this economic crisis and pass budgets with endless spending.