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“I’m not worried about business in America, I’m worried about people in America."
 
The Trump administration and congressional leaders are at loggerheads over another COVID-19 relief package that may effectively provide state and local governments with another bailout.
The Trump administration and congressional leaders are at loggerheads over another COVID-19 relief package that may effectively provide state and local governments with another bailout.
 
It’s not difficult to find bad policy examples from government-enacted lockdowns due to coronavirus, yet virtually none are worse than the idea of the federal government bailing out the states.
It’s not difficult to find bad policy examples from government-enacted lockdowns due to coronavirus, yet virtually none are worse than the idea of the federal government bailing out the states.
 
Last week I reported that, based on this quote, the actions of the Governor and many state legislators in pushing new corporate welfare schemes were at odds with the Republican Party Platform. I was wrong. Shortly after my newsletter went out, I received an email telling me that, in the latest...

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Last week I reported that, based on this quote, the actions of the Governor and many state legislators in pushing new corporate welfare schemes were at odds with the Republican Party Platform. I was wrong. Shortly after my newsletter went out, I received an email telling me that, in the latest...
 
Although I do not see any way to escape using state and federal grants as the most direct means of recapturing local taxes unfortunately sent to Raleigh and Washington, DC, I have strongly argued against matching grants to local businesses which are funded by additional burdens on local taxpayers.
Although I do not see any way to escape using state and federal grants as the most direct means of recapturing local taxes unfortunately sent to Raleigh and Washington, DC, I have strongly argued against matching grants to local businesses which are funded by additional burdens on local taxpayers.
 
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