State and local governments will be facing a major reckoning after shutting down their own economies in order to “battle” the Wuhan Coronavirus.
Yesterday, President Trump passed along information of what the United States is facing in the next two weeks as it relates to the Coronavirus.
States will start receiving aid here soon because of the shutdown their economies are facing.
In 90 days, a web site is estimating that 100,000 Indiana residents will die from the Coronavirus.
With states shuttering all major gatherings of people and halting financial activity, figured I’d provide a link
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.
The State of Vermont has a very progressive population in regards to politics that likes to lecture on policy, but can barely
Decades of generous union contract policies for government workers is leaving future local government spending with flu like symptoms.
One emergency medical service I’ve been seeing in the news and in my talks with firefighter/police officer friends is the condition of our ambulance services.
Louisville, Kentucky city pension promises have finally come to be cashed in on and the overall budget of the city is getting hammered on it.