Illinois had one of the largest population declines in the nation in 2018, the continuation of a yearslong retreat from the state, according to figures from U.S. Census Bureau released Wednesday.
Franchise businesses and labor lawyers will have to wait until 2019 to see if the Trump administration overturns one of Obama’s most controversial workplace policies.
As 2018 gutters out, sputtering down to its dim end, it might be worth looking back at one of the few genuinely new lights of the past year—the Columbia University law professor Philip Hamburger’s underappreciated Liberal Suppression: Section 501(c)(3) and the Taxation of Speech.
A Virginia study concluded that the commonwealth’s tax incentives – whether they be tax credits or tax exemptions – do not provide much return as an economic investments. The study, conducted by the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission, found that grants were more effective between Fiscal 2010 and Fiscal 2017.
I feel like it’s been a modestly disappointing year for movies. But I also feel like I always feel that way?
Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi is spending the government shutdown at a luxury resort in Hawaii, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.