note on the graphs used here

sometime during the third week of March, the St Louis Fed, home to the FRED graphs, changed their graphs to an interactive format, which apparently necessitated eliminating some of the incompatible options which we had used in creating our static graphs, and also left us with less options we had available and used before the upgrade...as a result, many of the FRED graphs we've included on this website previous to that date, all of which were all stored at the FRED site and which we'd always hyperlinked back there, were reformatted, which in many cases changed our bar graphs to line graphs, and some cases rendered them unreadable... however, you can still click the text links we've always used in referring to them to view versions of our graphs as interactive graphs on the FRED site, or in the case where an older graph has gone missing, click on the blank space where it had been in order to view it in the new format....





Thursday, June 10, 2010

time for it to hit the fan...

remember this? well, its almost here...

the new fiscal year for the states starts July 1;

according to an analysis by the National Conference of State Legislatures, the 50 states are facing an almost $90 billion budget gap in 2011...

according to Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's, this could cost another 900,000 jobs...

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