economic recovery


Federal election results could mean new challenges under the dome

BY: - November 12, 2020

As the dust settles for election 2020, not much is going to change for the state of Ohio. It looks like Republicans are poised to pick up seats in the Ohio House and maybe even the Ohio Senate and of course the Governor’s office will stay in their hands with no election this year. Heck, […]


Looking at the work to be done after Jan. 20, 2021

BY: - November 3, 2020

Progressive groups and their Democratic allies have been necessarily focused on getting ready for Election Day. And they’re understandably worried about what happens between Nov. 3 and whenever critical national races are called ― especially the presidential election. There will be understandable jubilation in many corners if President Trump is actually voted out of office. […]


Will it be a ‘V’ or a ‘K’? The many shapes of recessions and recoveries

BY: - October 19, 2020

Recessions – typically defined as two consecutive quarters of declining economic output – are always painful in terms of how they affect our economic well-being. Like all bad things, fortunately, they eventually end and a recovery begins. But not all recoveries or recessions look the same. And economists have a tendency to compare their varying […]