House Republicans Question Whether White House Interfered In 2020 Census Data

After The U.S. Census Results Last Week Did Not Come Out As Many Experts Predicted, A Handful Of Republicans Are Questioning Whether Foul Play Was Involved.

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Dem Mayors Launch Pilot Program To Provide Universal Basic Income For Low-Income Residents

A Group Of 43 Democratic Mayors From Across The Country Is Backing Plans To Provide Certain Low-income Residents With A Universal Basic Income. They Argue That The Way To End Or Reduce Poverty Is To Guarantee A Certain Level Of Income To Low-income Residents With No Strings Attached.

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American Rescue Plan Act To Provide States 116 Times Their Revenue Losses

Many State & Local Governments That Reported Budget Surpluses Last Year Will Still Receive Billions Of Dollars In Federal Aid. The $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan Act Brings Total Amount That Federal Government Has Provided During The Pandemic To $6 Trillion.

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Supreme Court Expected To Rule On California’s Religious Liberty Case Any Day

All But Six States Have Abandoned Numerical Caps On Worship. Only California Continues To Completely Ban Indoor Worship.

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National Migration: More People Moving To Southern And Western States

Top Inbound States In 2020 Were Idaho, South Carolina, Oregon, South Dakota, Arizona, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida And Arkansas.

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Report Finds State Unemployment Compensation Trust Funds Continue To Struggle

States Entered 2020 With Aggregate Trust Fund Balances Of $75 Billion, Which On Net, Now Stand At $25 Billion. Now, 17 States And The Virgin Islands Are In The Red.

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Taxes Increased On The Wealthy In Many Blue States By Federal Tax Overhaul

New Federal Government Data Reveals The 2017 Tax Cuts And Jobs Act, With The Aim Of Being A Handout To Wealthy Corporations, Turned Out To Be More Progressive In Practice While The Federal Tax Reform, Supported By Trump, Decreased Tax Burdens On The Middle Class.

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