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Speaker of the House John Boehner is stumping for Elise Stefanik Tuesday in Glens Falls. Meanwhile, Democrat Aaron Woolf was in Watertown releasing his platform on economic growth and demanding answers from his opponent.
Aaron Woolf, Democratic candidate for Congress in the 21st District, said Saturday that his effective tax rate was 29.53 percent in the tax returns he filed with his wife last year. Woolf has said he supports the Buffett Rule, named for billionaire Warren Buffett, which would impose a 30 percent federal tax rate on anyone who makes more than $1 million a year. The Republican candidate, Elise ...
The president calls for "economic patriotism" but what about the world economy?
GLENS FALLS -- House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, will visit Glens Falls on Tuesday to raise campaign cash for Republican and Conservative Party congressional candidate Elise Stefanik.
WASHINGTON - Billionaire Warren Buffett was an ally of President Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential campaign and the force behind Obama's Buffett Rule, designed to increase tax bills for the wealthiest Americans.
The Syracuse.com/Post-Standard/Siena College poll released last week found strong support among 24th Congressional District voters for a trio of proposals, including comprehensive immigration reform and raising the minimum wage.
Elise Stefanik is calling on Aaron Woolf to release his tax returns to the public. Woolf has come out in favor of the Buffet Rule, which would impose a 30 percent income tax on American making over $1 million.
The venerable investment bank Lehman Brothers went under six years ago today. While Wall Street has recovered from the financial crisis that resulted, lessons endure for Main Street investors.
Candidates running for New York's 21st Congressional District say they want to grow the North Country's economy.
"Stark" difference between brokerage principles and fiduciary best practices, highlightedBest Practices Board to convene Sept. 15th in Washington, DC, to discuss practices; will have press briefing ...
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