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Trump Investigators Seek Info About CFO Weisselberg’s Sons

New York prosecutors investigating Donald Trump and the Trump Organization Inc. have questioned witnesses about the two sons of the company’s longtime chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

Democrats Shelve Minimum Wage Tax to Speed Work on Stimulus (2)

Senate Democrats are jettisoning a proposal to use the tax code to penalize corporations that don’t raise the minimum wage for their lowest-paid workers in an effort to keep President Joe Biden’s broader stimulus plan on track for quick passage, according to two people familiar with the matter.

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How Sports Betting Impacts State Budgets

Since the Supreme Court struck down a law banning sports betting on May 14, 2018, dozens of states have passed laws to allow gambling on sports. Will the rise in tax revenue from sports betting be enough to fill budgets depleted by Covid-19?

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