If “progressive” tax policies worked to raise standards of living Vermont would be an economic powerhouse. We are not. Instead of Trickle Down, we’re Bleeding Out.
The senior health advisor and senior economic advisor on Monday’s call both said prolonged lockdowns are doing more harm that good when it comes to not just physical health but emotional and economic health.
In the 29th episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses Vermont’s heavy-handed shutdown of Club Fitness with club owner Sean Manovill and gym member Jennie Gartner.
Faced with a $2.2 billion shortfall of unfunded financial obligations, New Hampshire entered the current pandemic playing catch-up and could face more challenging headwinds in the future, a new report states.
A new rule proposed by the Department of Labor could bring partial relief to businesses struggling to stay afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic’s economic fallout. It could also help millions of workers who are straining to maintain their livelihoods or attempting to find new ones.
The middle class is dying as high-income earners take more of the wealth, turning middle-income earners into low income earners. At least that’s what’s been repeated by many on the left.
Maine Gov. Janet Mills, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu and Vermont Gov. Phil Scott assert the reimposition of a 10 percent tariff on imports of non-alloyed unwrought aluminum from the U.S.’s northern neighbor is detrimental to manufacturers and supply chain businesses.
No wonder the sale of colleges is a hot market with sale prices so far-off their historical valuations and so many options for repurposing. Could there be a silver lining here that is being missed?
More than 20 percent of small business owners said they will have to close permanently if current economic conditions do not improve within the next six months, according to a survey conducted by the National Federation of Independent Business.
Recent reports indicate New Yorkers frustrated with high taxes and fearing for their safety during the COVID-19 pandemic are flocking to New Hampshire.
User review platform Yelp is reporting that about 300 businesses in New Hampshire shuttered their doors permanently since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Also, a New Hampshire researcher warns that the spike in unemployment is leading to a rise in those lacking health insurance.