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Drop in Labor Participation Signals Weak Economy

For immediate release ST. LOUIS, MO – “Some will trumpet the June drop of two-tenths of one percent in the unemployment rate as great news, but in fact it just masks the truth of what is happening in the US economy: The administration is breaking the back of the job creators,” said Susan Solovic, THE […]

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Is Your Nonprofit Organization’s Legal Compliance Up To The Minute?

Last year, the New York State legislature adopted a law which completely rewrote the rules for non-profit corporations in that state. As the author/editor of a three-volume treatise on New York not-for-profit corporations (available only to lawyers, so please don’t go rushing onto Amazon.com hoping to buy a copy), I have spent the last three […]

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Would Your Governor Sign Your State’s Small Biz Report Card?

The smiles in Texas must be stretching from Stetson to Stetson. The San Antonio Spurs made mincemeat of Miami and their state gets an “A+” rating in the third annual Thumbtack and Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation survey of small business friendliness. Other “A+”-rated states in the survey are Idaho, Utah and Virginia. Colorado, Oklahoma, Tennessee […]

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