Taxpayers helped finance research used by the American Psychological Association to label traditional masculinity harmful.
Ohio finished its ninth consecutive record-breaking year in business filings in 2018. The state oversaw more than 125,000 new business filings, which is a 55 percent increase from 2010.
Virginia’s first session of 2019 starts on Wednesday, and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are mapping out what some of their priorities will be in the coming year. Republicans currently hold slim majorities in the Senate and the House of Delegates and Democrats have the governor’s seat.
Former secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro kicked off his yet-to-be-announced bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination by endorsing a 70 percent top marginal income tax, despite longstanding concerns by economists over its viability.
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.
California Republicans are celebrating a rare political win in the state after regulators abandoned a plan to tax text messages.
The Federal Communications Commission is weighing model state legislation to tax broadband service providers.