Policy and Government
At the Daily Journal, Stephen Moore details Biden’s assault on prosperous southern states.
Per Politico, Larry Kudlow declares that Trump’s economic agenda “did very well yesterday.”
At The Wall Street Journal, Erin Ailworth reports that voters in Illinois have rejected a graduated income tax proposal.
At the Los Angeles Times, Liam Dillon reports that voters in California have rejected a measure to expand rent control.
At Politico, the California Playbook staff report that Californians have passed a measure that will prevent the state from classifying app-based drivers as employees and that the vote to repeal parts of Proposition 13 is too close to call.
At NBC, Jacob Pramuk reports that voters in Florida have passed an ill-advised raise in the minimum wage to $15.
At the Financial Times, Courtney Weaver, Lauren Fedor, and Katrina Manson make the case that fears of socialism drove Latinos in Florida into Trump’s column.
At CNBC, Jeff Cox reports that the Federal Reserve will keep its benchmark interest rate near zero.
At Foreign Policy, Edoardo Campanella argues that protectionism will thrive in a different form under a Biden administration.