Here’s a roundup of this morning’s must-read budget and economic stories.
Find all of the most recent fiscal and economic data on your state, and the 49 others, in our State Fact Sheets for the month of June.
With a growing deficit and national debt in Washington, it is easy to lose sight of how the state’s are fairing.
Part 2: The NFL playoffs are down to four teams, which means we’re down to four states in our state-of-the-state face off.
This weekend, eight teams will face off in four games in the NFL playoffs. Everyone has his or her favorites, but when it comes to the economic and fiscal condition of each team’s state, who comes out on top?
Tonight the Auburn Tigers and the Oregon Ducks will face off in the college football national championship. Auburn is picked to win, but when it comes to the economic and fiscal condition of each team’s state, do the Tigers still come out on top?
BREAKING NEWS: the 34th miner has just been rescued from the Chilean mine! But he’s not Chilean. And he’s not a miner. He’s an American. What did he miss in America while he was down there and what will he do next?
In preparation for Vice President Biden’s visit today to Manchester, New Hampshire to discuss the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (aka the “stimulus”) and “mark a Recovery Act milestone,” here are some facts to consider.
On Friday, the BLS released its regional and state unemployment rates for July. The situation remained bleak, with 14 states reporting increases in unemployment rates and 18 states reporting no change to unemployment rates.
In preparation for President Obama’s visit today to Seattle, Washington to discuss the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (aka the “stimulus”) and Washington’s plan for the road ahead, below are some facts to consider.