Migration Study Shows Big Cities Continue Losing Population

Americans In The First Quarter Of 2021 Continued Their 2020 Pattern Of Moving From Expensive, Densely Populated Areas To Warmer, More Tax-Affordable States, According To A New Study From Updater Technologies.

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Cases of Mass Shootings Surged In Tennessee Amidst Pandemic

Across The State Of Tennessee, Cases Of Mass Shootings Have Started An Upward Surge. They Jumped Up 50% Throughout 2020, Despite The Pandemic That Swept The Nation.

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Southern States Outperforming Northern States Amid COVID-19

Southern States Are Teaching Their Children And Allowing Them To Live Somewhat Normal Lives. They Are Following The Science And Data That Has Said From The Beginning That Children Are Not Vectors For COVID-19. People Are Working Here – Going About Their Business And Making A Living, Providing For Their Families. The Burden On The Systems Is Lower Here Because Of That.

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Possible Financial Reporting Change Could Make Government’s Fiscal Picture Less Accurate

State And Local Governments Could Have More Leeway in Reporting The Components Of Their Balance Sheets, Based On A Proposal Under Review. Critics, However, Say It Could Lead To A Less-Than-Accurate Description Of An Entity’s Financial Situation.

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Biden’s Election Triggers Record Gun Sales

Due To Concerns About Biden’s Potential Restrictions On Firearm Purchases, A Record 4.3 Million People Bought Guns In January.

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Majority of U.S. Cities Were Unprepared For Financial Fallout From Statewide Shutdowns

The Majority Of U.S. Cities Were Ill-Prepared For Any Financial Crisis Last Year, Let Alone The One Brought About By Their Respective State Shutdowns In Response To The COVID-19 Pandemic, A New Report By The Nonprofit Truth In Accounting Concludes.

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