Inflation Fears Rise As Producer Prices Increase More Than Ever Recorded

New Data Shows Rising Inflation, Alarming Economists And Casting More Doubt On Hopes Of A Post-Covid Economic Boom. Report Shows A Major Spike In The Cost Of Producer Goods – The Most Since BLS Began Tracking The Data More Than A Decade Ago.

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Financial Woes Surpass Coronavirus As Top Concern Of Americans

Some 44 Percent Of Americans Say They Cannot Afford Another Year Like 2020, According To A Recent Survey By WalletHub, As The Country Enters A Second Year Of Dealing With The Coronavirus Pandemic.

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Biden Regulations Impact New Mexico Worse Than Texas In Permian Basin

On The New Mexico Side, Half Of The Oil And Gas Produced In The Permian Basin Occurs On Federal Land. On The Texas Side, Roughly 3 Million Barrels Of Oil Were Produced Daily, But On Private And State-Owned Land.

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Biden Calls For Unity After Being Sworn In As 46th President

Biden Touts Promise Of Unity And Boldness And Marks The Beginning Of A Push For Progressive Policies That Could Have A Widespread Effect On Taxpayers.

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Lee Announces Bid For City Council Opposing Two Other Candidates

Thomas Lee Has Made The Decision To Run For District 2 Councilman In The Chattanooga City Council But He Faces Some Stiff Competition With Incumbent Jerry Mitchell And Candidate Jenny Hill. In This Article, Find Out What Lee Stands For.

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Study Finds The Restriction Of Oil And Gas Development In Western States Would Prove Costly

States Like Wyoming That Rely Heavily On Tax Revenue From Energy Development Would Suffer Greatly From Biden Administration’s Plan For Stricter Regulations.

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