The Albuquerque Rapid Transit project has been under construction since March 2016. When construction began it was right out side of Tere McDowell’s front door. McDowell owns The Yarn Shop at Nob Hill, which has been in business for seven years this month. McDowell has a passion for knitting and […]
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WASHINGTON – As the FCC takes steps to reverse net neutrality, a term for a free and open internet, researchers say a key assumption for the move does not hold water. In his argument to revisit the Obama-era rule, current FCC chairman Ajit Pai cited a paper published in an academic journal […]
Does the estate tax really hurt small businesses? House Speaker Paul Ryan thinks so. He revived this longstanding debate in a May 17 column in the Kenosha News, in which he defended the Republican plan to abolish the levy on inherited wealth. Ryan wrote that the “death tax” can “result […]
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is conducting an investigation into alleged improprieties in Wells Fargo’s mortgage fee practices. The CFPB is looking into allegations, first reported by ProPublica in January, that the bank inappropriately charged customers fees to extend their promised interest rates when their paperwork was delayed. The CFPB […]
PORTLAND, Ore. — It’s nearly summertime, and that means deals for buying a car are rolling in. U.S. News and World Report consumer advice writer John Vincent is based in the Northwest and said this is a great year to invest in a car. Several years of solid car sales […]
WASHINGTON – Together at the White House on Monday Vice President Pence announced plans to privatize the air traffic control system of the United States. Donald Trump in an unusually scripted speech said “we’re still stuck with a horrible system that doesn’t work, other than that its quite good.” “This is […]
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A bill to make sure your kids’ toys aren’t spying on them will have its first hearing before the state Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday. The so-called Teddy Bears and Toasters Act would require manufacturers of smart toys and devices to install privacy protections and notify consumers […]