Economy (Page 3)

December 6, 2022

Only in Flint is a New $30M State Park Bad News

After a number of setbacks and broken promises, some Flint residents are less than optimistic about the latest economic development project, a 230-acre, $26.2 million state park on the troubled Flint River.

December 5, 2022

‘High’ COVID Cases Could Lead to Mask Mandate for LA County

Positive Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations are rising at a significant rate and Los Angeles County has gone from low to medium risk in the last few days. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer says if the area reaches the CDC's “high” transmission and hospitalization categories, that a mask mandate will most likely be imposed.

Sonja Trauss, Executive Director YIMBY Law

October 16, 2022

YIMBY Activist Sonja Trauss is Done with Your Excuses

Housing advocate Sonja Trauss is a pioneer of the YIMBY movement in San Francisco. She has a simple message for high-rent cities: Build. More. Housing.

British Pound Sterling bank notes.

October 4, 2022

Q&A: Economist David Blanchflower Explains the Current State of the U.K. Economy

The British government unveiled the largest package of tax cuts in over 50 years during their mini-budget announcement in the House of Commons last week, causing the British Pound Sterling to crash. Economist David Blanchflower shares his insights into the U.K. economy with The Click

October 3, 2022

Ongoing Daycare Shortage in Bend Leaves Families with Scarce Options for Child Care

(BEND, Ore.) – A lack of affordable and quality daycare is leaving parents in Bend, Oregon with few options.   “In […]