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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, November 15, 2016

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On today’s show, we’ll talk about Mary Jo White’s decision to step down as chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission; how Congress will navigate future funding; and the economic effects of one Los Angeles-based infrastructure project. 

Segments From this episode

How one infrastructure project impacts the economy

by Reema Khrais Nov 15, 2016
Donald Trump plans to use infrastructure spending to boost jobs and the economy.

Congress in session – and not so lame?

by Adam Allington Nov 15, 2016
The government only has funding to stay open until Dec. 9.

SeaWorld still trying to rebrand after 'Blackfish'

by Andy Uhler Nov 15, 2016
The theme park is getting rid of its killer whale performances next year.

Schools report post-election bullying and harassment

by Amy Scott Nov 15, 2016
The Southern Poverty Law Center is surveying teachers about the climate after Donald Trump’s win.

SEC Chair Mary Jo White to step down

by Kimberly Adams Nov 15, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump and Congress will need to fill three out of five seats in the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Mid-day Update

Big gains for airline stocks as Warren Buffett invests in major carriers

by Mark Garrison Nov 15, 2016
Retail sales, airline stocks and post-election bullying.

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