The election has ramifications for taxes, health insurance and other consumer issues.
Gas prices are low, and heading lower, but can we thank politicians for it?
Regardless of how you feel about the results of the 2012 election, it’s a good bet your bank’s not too crazy about them.
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Bring back the (gas guzzling) spirit of the ’70s with these keen 2012 cars that have the mileage of a 1972 car.
A group of banks is joining together to make anonymous contributions to the 2012 election. Will they impact your vote?
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There’s a presidential election indicator that’s more reliable than any poll.
Politics trumped policy this week. Representatives and Senators left Capitol Hill without voting on the expiring Bush tax cuts. Apparently, Congress believes that their re-election campaigns will fare better without a specific tax vote to point to. Part of the problem, aside from the purely election-driven concerns, was that lawmakers couldn’t agree on what to do about tax
Colorado lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle are worried about taxes. In that state, though, the concern is that voters this November will approve three ballot measures that will cut taxes. Amendment 60 would require Colorado’s school districts to cut property taxes. The state would then be forced to come up with ways