Today’s Supreme Court decision is about more than the EPA
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The ruling could restrict the policymaking powers of many federal agencies. Also, why universal free lunches at schools can be a hard sell.
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West Virginia v. EPA is likely to restrict federal agencies' power to issue all sorts of regulations, according to Blake Emerson of UCLA Law.
The PCE and CPI measure different things, but the message they send to consumers may influence expectations — that then can affect inflation.
Those suggesting that reservations could serve as havens for abortion care are missing crucial context, experts say.
That's good news for inflation, but it might be bad news when it comes to the risk of a recession.
There are a lot of benefits to making school lunch and other social benefits more universal. But, yes, it's expensive to do.