Good Jobs First Subsidy News
By Damian Carrington and Harry Davies May 12, 2015
Shell, ExxonMobil and Marathon Petroleum got subsidises granted by politicians who received significant campaign contributions from the fossil fuel industry, Guardian investigation reveals
By STACY MITCHELL and FRED CLEMENTS May 7, 2015
Small business looms large in American political rhetoric. From the campaign trail to the floor of the U.S. House and Senate, members of Congress love to evoke the diner and dry cleaner, the neighborhood grocer and local hardware store. Ensuring the well-being of Main Street, we might easily assume, is one of their central policy aims.
By Danny Westneat May 6, 2015
I'm getting a complex about Oklahoma City. They keep stealing our stuff.
By Olivia LaVecchia April 29, 2015
The company is good at getting money out of government, but it doesn’t really need the help. And local economies don’t really need the kind of development it delivers.
By Chris Kirkham, Tiffany Hsu April 14, 2015
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is the latest out-of-state politician on a job-stealing tour of California, bashing the state's taxes and business regulation.