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Maryland clergy, Del. Burns form ‘progressive’ PAC to fight marriage equality bill

A faction of Baltimore church leaders supportive of the Democratic Party, backed by Maryland House Del. Emmett C. Burns, Jr. (D-Baltimore County), have formed a
Jul 31, 2020

Maryland clergy, Del. Burns form ‘progressive’ PAC to fight marriage equality bill

Maryland clergy, Del. Burns form ‘progressive’ PAC to fight marriage equality bill

A faction of Baltimore church leaders supportive of the Democratic Party, backed by Maryland House Del. Emmett C. Burns, Jr. (D-Baltimore County), have formed a
A faction of Baltimore church leaders supportive of the Democratic Party, backed by Maryland House Del. Emmett C. Burns, Jr. (D-Baltimore County), have formed a
Jul 31, 2020

What Might Be Hidden in the Fed’s Books?

What Might Be Hidden in the Fed’s Books?

The American people have a right to know what the true value of the assets they now own are, said Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.).
The American people have a right to know what the true value of the assets they now own are, said Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.).
Jul 31, 2020

Florida Chamber of Commerce promises fight on unemployment taxes

Florida Chamber of Commerce promises fight on unemployment taxes

The Florida Chamber of Commerce logo (Pic via dotflorida.org) In its agenda for the 2012 session, The Florida Chamber of Commerce has said that it will “will fight to stabilize and ultimately lower the cost of the unemployment compensation tax increases for Florida employers.” Last session, the Chamber successfully lobbied for changes to the state’s unemployment benefit program. The result of their efforts : fewer benefit payments to the unemployed and a reduction of entrants into the program. In Florida, the maximum number of weeks someone can receive state unemployment benefits changed from 26 weeks to 23 — and if the state’s unemployment rate continues to fall, that could be shortened to as little as 12 weeks
The Florida Chamber of Commerce logo (Pic via dotflorida.org) In its agenda for the 2012 session, The Florida Chamber of Commerce has said that it will “will fight to stabilize and ultimately lower the cost of the unemployment compensation tax increases for Florida employers.” Last session, the Chamber successfully lobbied for changes to the state’s unemployment benefit program. The result of their efforts : fewer benefit payments to the unemployed and a reduction of entrants into the program. In Florida, the maximum number of weeks someone can receive state unemployment benefits changed from 26 weeks to 23 — and if the state’s unemployment rate continues to fall, that could be shortened to as little as 12 weeks
Jul 31, 2020
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