California voters consider new tax on the rich to encourage electric vehicle adoption – ABC News | Vette Leader

SACRAMENTO, California– Should California’s wealthiest residents pay higher taxes to get more electric vehicles on the road? That’s a question the state’s voters will weigh in the election, which ends Tuesday. Proposal 30 would impose a new 1.75% tax on income over $2 million, estimated to represent fewer than 43,000 taxpayers. It would raise billions … Read more

5 things to know for September 30: Ian, Supreme Court, Ukraine, student loans, space junk – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — You cannot predict the future, but you can do your best to prepare for it. According to a survey of more than 1,100 US retirees, 70% of respondents wish their younger selves had saved more and started building larger retirement savings sooner. Here’s what you need to know Stay connected and get on … Read more

5 things to know for September 27: Hurricane Ian, Japan, Trump, student loans, Ukraine – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — The CIA has a museum with exhibits featuring spy equipment, declassified artifacts, and items such as the folder envelopes and tray used in President Joe Biden’s daily briefing. Interested in a visit? Well, unfortunately the museum isn’t open to the public – but the agency has shared some very interesting pictures of the … Read more

5 Things to Know for August 22nd: Floods, Immigration, Ukraine, Student Loans, Tesla – Henry Herald | Vette Leader

Of all the business changes brought about by the pandemic, there is one that is likely to endure for the long term: QR codes. Many restaurants took advantage of the technology as they ditched physical menus to help slow the spread of Covid-19. But now, QR codes are more than just a way for businesses … Read more