In episode 10 of the Better UTAH Beat, we begin our series of breakdowns of congressional candidate Mia Love’s “No Love” economic plan. This week: her plan to cut down the earned income tax credit.
On June 28, the day the Supreme Court ruled on the Affordable Care Act, the stock market (as measured by the Dow Jones Industrial Average) opened down at 12,529. The drop was attributed to an overnight reaction to events in Europe. The market did not move materially at the time the court’s opinion was issued.
After the Supreme Court ruled last week that the Stolen Valor Act is unconstitutional, some Republicans are already moving to reconstruct the act and pass it again (“Court rejects stolen valor law, boosts Utah congressman’s idea, Tribune, June 29). Why do these elected officials, who never fail to warn of the evils of overreaching government,
For Immediate Release: Friday, June 1, 2012 Better UTAH Says Love’s Budget “Devastating For Utah” _________________________________________________________________________ After Congressional Candidate Mia Love’s budget plan was released yesterday, Better UTAH says it will negatively impact hundreds of thousands of Utah families and is devastating for the state. Maryann Martindale, Executive Director of the Alliance for a Better
Carl Wimmer answers the question of whether or not he’s still politically relevant.
Mia Love, candidate for Congressional District 4 can’t quite get her rhetoric to match her actual record. As Mayor of Saratoga Springs, when their deficit began to rise she solved the problem by cutting expenditures, then raising taxes by 116%. But now that she’s a candidate all we hear from Mia Love is how she