Potholes can tell you a lot about inequality
Plus: What consumer confidence can tell us about actual consumption and the legacy of Alice Rivlin, the founding director of the CBO.
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Every city must contend with potholes, but some of the streets in Oakland, California, look like they’ve survived the climactic fight in a superhero film. “Some of them [potholes] are big enough that, if it rains my little great-nephew can…
It offsets a big surge in retail sales in March.
Spartanburg, South Carolina, had “white hot” growth before the taxes, councilman says.
Credit the agency's founding director, Alice Rivlin, who died this week.