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Top American and China negotiators are set to speak this week in an effort to revive stalled trade talks, as discord over prior commitments and political considerations threaten to bog down discussions. President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed at the Group...

source: The Wall Street Journal

A bill to increase the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025 would lift 1.3 million people out of poverty but also put an estimated 1.3 million Americans out of work, the Congressional Budget Office projected recently....

source: The New York Times

Reviewing new polling data, consultants working for President Trump’s 2020 campaign discovered an unsurprising obstacle to winning support from two key demographic groups, millennials and suburban women. And that was his...

source: The New York Times

Update on State Bills Being Tracked HB07373 (CT) - Signed by Governor. An Act Concerning The Department Of Revenue Services' Recommendations For Tax Administration And Minor Revisions To The Tax And Related Statutes. New State Activity No new activity


The House and Senate are in session this week. Tuesday, ASA Advocacy will be meeting with Rep. Jim Langevin’s (RI-02) office to discuss the need for a transportation workforce Wednesday, ASA Advocacy will be on The Hill with the National Association of Manufactures...


Washington Attorney General William Barr said he sees a path toward legally requiring 2020 census respondents to answer a citizenship question after a recent Supreme Court decision blocked its inclusion on the decennial survey. Experts at the Census Bureau have said requiring...



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