COMMENTARY | State and local governments that cut public spending after the Great Recession fared worse than those that increased spending. Let’s not make the same mistake again.
Six Months Into the Pandemic, Out-of-Work Texans Are Still Struggling to Navigate Unemployment System
As 1.8 million Texans continue to claim unemployment, many complain they still can't reach the Texas Workforce Commission and are quickly losing trust in Congress to agree to a second stimulus agreement.
Governor Phil Murphy and top Democratic lawmakers announced plans on Thursday for a higher tax rate on incomes between $1 million and $5 million. The bulk of the revenue from the tax increase would cover the cost of a new middle class tax break.
A survey of American workers revealed that young people between ages 18 to 22 are increasingly picking up freelancing.
Advocates see an opportunity to transform the safety net.