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  • January 17, 2020
    Chris Woodward

    Significant GDP growth expected from 'phase one'

    U.S. and China flagsA partial trade agreement between the U.S. and China has its share of critics and supporters.

  • January 13, 2020
    Chris Woodward

    Bottom line: We eat what we want, healthy or not

    grocery store aisleThey are a common and quick place to shop, but some cities are concerned about dollar stores contributing to residents' poor diets.

  • January 10, 2020
    Chris Woodward

    'Money grab' may chase Uber, others from PHX

    ride-sharing at airportThe Phoenix City Council recently voted to increase fees on ride-sharing services at Sky Harbor International Airport by 300 percent – an action that one attorney says directly violates the Arizona constitution.

  • January 08, 2020
    Chris Woodward, Billy Davis

    Cathy to AFA: Sorry we 'discredited' Salvation Army, FCA

    Chick-fil-A emblemThe son of Chick-fil-A’s founder has responded to the concerns of a Christian ministry that defended two other well-known ministries that were dropped by the Christian-based fast food chain.

  • December 31, 2019
    Chris Woodward

    Trump not letting 'regulatory burdens glide by'

    Trump "cuts" red tapeEven though it doesn't grab many headlines, a policy analyst says regulations are a big deal that affect everyone in the country, and he likes the Trump administration's mindset on the issue.

  • December 30, 2019
    Chris Woodward

    New year means minimum wage boost for some

    cash 100-dollar billMany cities and states are raising their minimum wage January 1, and a tax policy analyst says that economic decision is best left up to them. 

  • December 29, 2019
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Restaurant worker: Min. wage hike made us jobless in Seattle

    $15 an hour protesters (new pic) (1)After Democrats pushed minimum wage hikes to $15 per hour and higher across America, one left-leaning restaurant worker in Seattle, Washington, is urging progressive leaders to curb their failed policies after losing her job before Christmas as a result of the controversial law.

  • December 21, 2019
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Trump brings boosted incomes & spending this Christmas

    Black Friday Christmas shopping frenzyThe Commerce Department reported that a hiring spree in November boosted Americans’ incomes half a percentage point – the biggest gain since July – while consumer spending for the Christmas season on big-ticket items such as autos and appliances shot up by 0.4% to raise the annual rate last month.

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