The race to the Democratic 2016 presidential nomination continues to grow more interesting with each passing primary, Wisconsin providing the latest intrigue. While once considered a “fringe” candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders has now reeled off victories in 6 out of the last 7 primaries and is not likely to drop out of the race any time soon. Sanders’ 13-point margin of victory in the Badger state provides strong momentum heading into the April 19th New York state primary. Below is the current delegate count:
Amid the media coverage of this particularly acrimonious primary season, substantive differences between the respective economic policies of the candidates are often blurred. In this article, we’ll review the top economic policies of Clinton and Sanders, and show how they are likely to impact growth and business.
Sanders Economic Policies (via BernieSanders.com
Under his current…