As the calendar turns to March, the 2016 US Presidential election is entering into a key stretch of the primary schedule. March 1st is “Super Tuesday” when 15 primaries are held, many in the Southern states. With this in mind, this research piece will focus on the largest state in this grouping, Texas, and the impact that Democrat Bernie Sanders’ tax and economic plans could have on the state if these plans were to be enacted. Previously, we’ve covered the Trump, Cruz, and Rubio plans in this column.
Given the weak global economy and the ineffectiveness of the central banks in stimulating the various global economies, many in business are pinning their hopes on more enlightened economic policies as the fuel for growth in upcoming years. Among the most pressing issues here…This post was originally published on this site