There is strong forward momentum to pass a significantly scaled down version of the Build Back Better Act (BBBA) social spending bill. The White House released details today on the $1.75 trillion bill and President
For everyone trying to catch a summer break without watching Washington, I wish you best of luck because they are working hard to hammer out an infrastructure deal. This initial $1.2T bipartisan deal will set
Both the Fed and Biden had big meetings this week. Biden gave a “this-is-not-a-state-of-the-union” state of the union address on part 2 of his “infrastructure” plans. The Fed had a “we’re-not-tapering-and-inflation-is-temporary” meeting on monetary policy.
Is it big? Yes. Is it bold? Yes. And we can get it done. President Joe Biden on the American Jobs Plan Fact Check: these are all true. At the Carpenters Pittsburgh Training Center, President Biden formally announced
President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have radically different plans for taxes and spending. Trump proposes tax cuts and tax credits to create economic growth. Biden promises to raise taxes on high
By Andrew Busch and Leah Hamilton 2020 Democratic presidential candidates’ policies on the financial sector, corporations and fiscal revenues in the 2020 presidential election are focused on three areas: structural reform, new regulations, and new taxes. There