The governors of Connecticut, New York and New Jersey are asking the federal government for a $48.2 million emergency grant to help thousands of financial industry workers who are losing their jobs.
Share the Wealth IX – Facing Shortfalls, States Seek Financial Help From Washington
Share the Wealth X – Federal money tempts community banks
Share the Wealth XI – Public officials compile extensive wish lists for Obama administration
If you’ve been elected to something somewhere in California, you’re probably writing a wish list for President-elect Barack Obama.
Share the Wealth XII – Paulson resists Democrats’ call to rescue homeowners
Share the Wealth XIII –Pinnacle wants a piece of the TARP
The largest bank based in Nashville this morning said it has asked to take part in the U.S. Treasury’s program to shore up banks’ capital.
Share the Wealth XIII – Governor seeks power to stanch red ink
With the economy reeling, Gov. Rod Blagojevich proposed Tuesday to address Illinois’ multibillion-dollar deficit by asking state lawmakers to give him more power and for federal lawmakers to send more money.
Share the Wealth V – Facing Shortfalls, States Seek Financial Help From Washington
Share the Wealth VI – New York Budget Gaps Threaten Broader Economy
Share the Wealth VII – Most College Presidents’ Pay Climbing
Share the Wealth VIII – Flush with money, eager Chinese students flock to U.S.
Share the Wealth I –M&I sells stock to Feds
Share the Wealth II – Rail coalition calls for $1.4 billion in federal stimulus
Share the Wealth III – Source: Paulson Tells Congress Obama Will Control Half of Bailout Funds
Share the Wealth IV – Democrats Draft Aid for Auto Industry, Jobless Workers
Consumers close their wallets – Retailers brace for poor holiday sales.
Treasury bills fall to record lows at auction – Investors flock to the safety of government bills.
Before my left-of-center friends point it out, the Republican administration and Republican controlled Congress were just as involved in sharing the wealth.