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California's budget crisis is projected to expand more than previously thought and could hit a record deficit of $73 billion, according to a new report from the state's nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO).
The LAO laid out the grim forecast in a Tuesday report that cautions that a $24 billion "erosion in revenues" corresponds to a $15 billion increase in the state's budget problem. Due to this, the budget deficit, which last month was estimated to hit $58 billion, could now go as high as $73 billion.
"The actual increase in the state's budget problem will depend on a number of factors, including formula-driven spending changes, most notably Proposition 98 spending requirements for schools and community colleges," the report said.
Leftist judge Juan Manuel Merchan, who will oversee President Trump’s junk criminal case in New York City that is scheduled to start next month on March 25, made political contributions to a nonprofit fundraising platform for Democratic candidates and progressive groups.
This latest election interference case by the radical Democrats involves a payment Trump made to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election. Trump has pleaded not guilty to the charges brought by far left Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
Judge Merchan sent President Trump’s former 75-year-old CFO to prison for five months last year in a made-up tax fraud scheme targeting President Trump, his family, and his business.
This is the latest case against Trump by New York Democrats, who are hoping their lawfare cases keep President Trump out of the White House.
Webmaster addition: How is it that Trump gets all these lefty judges? Aren't they supposed to be randomly assigned?
Despite outward appearances of economic stability with historically low unemployment rates, robust GDP growth, and strong consumer spending, subtle signals of an impending recession are surfacing in the United States. Citi’s chief U.S. economist highlights concerning indicators, pointing towards a potential recession by mid-2024.
A ruling from the Supreme Court in the state of Alabama has released a stunning verdict: That embryos are “children” under state law and protected by the same laws that apply who children already born.
The decision essentially determined that unborn children are a person. The question posed was whether a state law protecting children excluded those unborn.
“Under existing black-letter law, the answer to that question is no: the Wrongful Death of a Minor Act applies to all unborn children, regardless of their location,.” the court said. “[T]he relevant statutory text is clear: the Wrongful Death of a Minor Act applies on its face to all unborn children, without limitation.”
The decision reversed a lower court ruling that tossed a case brought by three couples over the destruction of their embryos at a clinic.