August 2008 Posts

Aug
29
2008

A Boost for Prevailing Wages in Ohio

Strong, healthy communities are built by workers who are paid fair wages for their labor.

Aug
26
2008

Maybe some subsidies for MLB are not meant to be

With all the public funding New York City has lavished on the Yankees and Mets for their new stadiums (with amazingly high ticket prices), Major League Baseball is having a field day in the big apple.

Aug
7
2008

Leading Indiana Business Journal Calls for Halt to Subsidy “Charade”

Reacting to a recent spate of taxpayer-subsidized corporate relocations from existing central Indiana sites to nearby communities, the state’s leading business paper has urged officials to be more tight-fisted when confronted with business threats to relocate outside the region or state.

Aug
6
2008

Big Breaks for the Big Boys

New York City has traditionally been a haven for small