The Finance 202
Analysis
If the rewrite of the tax code were headed the right direction, corporate lobbyists would whine that their private breaks are getting squeezed, and economists would cheer because trashing those preferences would pay for lower overall rates that could fuel growth. But neither is happening.
The embattled Alabama Senate candidate’s campaign claimed to have found documents exposing problems with Leigh Corfman’s story, but the evidence did not contradict what she has told The Post.
The Debrief
The president’s attacks and provocations may remind some Americans of that troublemaking uncle they will have to face.
Good Hope Hydroponics in Southeast D.C. shares free ready-to-root marijuana plantings in November. (Bill O’Leary/The Post)
Good Hope Hydroponics in Southeast D.C. shares free ready-to-root marijuana plantings in November. (Bill O’Leary/The Post)
Good Hope Hydroponics draws a crowd on a Saturday morning for its marijuana clone share. (Bill O’Leary/The Post)
Good Hope Hydroponics draws a crowd on a Saturday morning for its marijuana clone share. (Bill O’Leary/The Post)
D.C. police cruise by the giveaway. It became legal in 2015 for residents to keep up to six plants at home. (Bill O’Leary/The Post)
D.C. police cruise by the giveaway. It became legal in 2015 for residents to keep up to six plants at home. (Bill O’Leary/The Post)
Bron Taylor examines the plant he received at the giveaway in Southeast D.C. (Bill O’Leary/The Post)
Bron Taylor examines the plant he received at the giveaway in Southeast D.C. (Bill O’Leary/The Post)
From young tokers to elderly first-timers to avid gardeners, the home cultivation scene has bloomed since it became legal for Washingtonians to grow up to six marijuana plants. “For years, you could only discuss ‘tomatoes’ in the store,” said the owner of a D.C. hydroponics shop. “Now, everyone’s out in the open and new people are pouring in.”
In a statement, the congressman from Texas said: "While separated from my second wife, prior to the divorce, I had sexual relationships with other mature adult women. Each was consensual. Those relationships have ended. I am sorry I did not use better judgment during those days. I am sorry that I let my constituents down."
The change will be the third instance since the president’s election in which his name has been removed from buildings.
Perspective
He topped the charts, sold out Madison Square Garden, posed naked for Rolling Stone, and had girls running screaming through the streets for him. Now it feels like alternate history.
Analysis
The president consistently aims to give Americans the impression that he’s working when he’s at one of his private clubs.
The boycott comes after allegations that a professor in the brain and cognitive science department preyed on female students.
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