The Federal Budget Process and the Role Played by Congress

The Federal Budget Process is a 9-step plan outlined by the 1974 Budget Control Act, establishing the role and authority of Congress in appropriating government funds, which the latter will present as a centralized and consolidated budget plan for the federal government at the start of every fiscal year. Take note that a fiscal year […]

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Political Finance – A Quick Overview

What is Political Finance? Generally, political finance is the term for all funds in the process of political-electoral campaigns. Therefore, political funding can be defined as the funding of present and political party activities as well as electoral campaigns. Specifically pertaining to campaigns of running candidates and political parties. Political finance all over the world […]

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  • Republicans Try to Shoot Down the House-Approved $2K Stimulus Check
    Senate Leader McConnell looked uneasy when he was forced to openly act out his role of being the “Senate Grim Reaper” by blocking the $2K Stimulus Check Bill. The Kentucky Senator earned the moniker and in fact relished having the power to block or refuse to call for voting nearly all important legislations proposed or […]
  • Important Facts to Know Before Taking Legal Action as a Recourse
    While we often read news of civic groups taking legal action, they do so only if they have financial support to see the case throughout the entire process. Generally, settling a dispute in court is regarded as the most effective way of resolving issues. However, due to the litigation costs involved, it is not alway […]