If President Trump gets his way, federal retirement benefits will be cut by more than $4 billion in the coming year and by nearly $63 billion over the coming decade.
Like others in Congress, Rep. James Comer would have a week at home on recess to reconnect with his voters. Typically, a recess is a time for town halls. But this time, most members were not holding any. Comer’s plan was different — to hold four over the next three[…]Read More »
Retailers, along with farmers, could feel the effects of proposed federal budget cuts if President Trump’s spending plan is adopted, according to agricultural economists at The Ohio State University. Read moreRead More »