NTD Business Full Broadcast (June 30)

Paul Greaney
By Paul Greaney
June 30, 2022NTD Business

The Supreme Court issues a major ruling, limiting the EPA’s authority to regulate power plant emissions. Democrats and Republicans are split.

Consumer spending weakens in May. An economist shares his thoughts on the data and why the main figures might not be so bad.

North Dakota greenlights a farmland purchase tied to Bill Gates. Why did it almost not go through?

Safety tips for your summer road trip: what should you prepare for when you’re hitting the road?

A coffee company is revolutionizing the industry, offering a coffee alternative made without beans.

Topics in this episode:

1. SCOTUS Limits EPA Reach to Regulate Emissions
2. WH Inks $3.2B Deal With Pfizer for Vaccines
3. Consumer Spending Weakens Amid High Inflation
4. Economist: Gov’t Distortion Causing Recession
5. Calif. Lawmakers Pass $308B Spending Plan
6. N. Dakota Clears Bill Gates Farmland Purchase
7. Illinois Economic Climate Drives Out Business
8. Indian Biz Pays in Yuan for Russian Coal: Report
9. Gas Crisis: Germany, Uniper Discuss Bailout
10. Samsung Beats TSMC to Mass Produce 3NM Chips
11. People All Over the World Trust the News Less
12. How to Stay Safe in Summer Driving
13. Investors Back Beanless Coffee Products
14. Century-Old Tunnel to Open at Niagara Falls

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