May Jobs Report Falls Short Of Projections

Total Nonfarm Payroll Employment Increased By 559,000 In The U.S. In May, Short Of 650,000 Predicted By Economists, According To Data From The U.S. Department Of Labor.

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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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Red States Unite In Rejecting Federal Unemployment Benefits

Red States Around The Nation Are Rejecting Supplemental Federal Unemployment Benefits, Saying The $300 In Additional Weekly Pay On Top Of State Benefits Has Made It Nearly Impossible For Employers To Hire.

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More Than 15,600 Gas Stations On East Coast Out Of Fuel

Despite The Nation’s Largest Pipeline Being Back Up And Running Following A Cyber- Attack Last Week, More Than 15,600 Gas Stations Are Still Without Gas As Of Thursday In Florida, Maryland, South Carolina, Tennessee, And Mississippi.

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Tennessee’s Participation In Federal Unemployment Programs Will End In July

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Announced Tuesday The State Will Stop Participating In Added Federal Unemployment Benefits In An Effort To Encourage Tennesseans On Unemployment To Start Working Again.

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Bill Lee Silent on Illegal Immigration In TN While Other GOP Governors Take Action

Governor Lee’s Republican Counterparts From Other States Have Spoken Out Against Biden’s Handling Of The Border Crisis But Lee Has Remained Mute On The Subject. Many States Have Outright Refused To Take In The Flood Of Migrant Minors.

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21 Attorneys General Fear American Rescue Plan Could Hijack State Tax Policy

The Attorneys General Sent A Letter This Week To Treasury Secretary To Confirm That Provisions In The American Rescue Plan Do Not Attempt To Strip States Of Their Sovereign Authority. They Argue Language In The Act Is Too Broad And Could Be Interpreted As A Blanket Policy.

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18 States Seek To Stop California From Establishing A Nationwide Climate Change Policy

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita And 17 Other States Want To Stop What Looks Like California’s Attempt To Establish A Nationwide Climate Change Policy, And They Hope The U.S. Supreme Court Will Help.

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Almost A Year Ago, California Became The First State To Issue A Stay-At-Home Order

One Year Ago, As The Novel Coronavirus Spread Across The Country, California Became The First State To Order Residents To Stay Home Unless Engaged In Essential Activities.

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