When Abortion Goes From a Right to a Privilege

When New York legalized abortion in 1970—three years before the Supreme Court decided Roe v. wade—a shrewd entrepreneur named Martin Mitchell saw an opportunity. The 31-year-old Detroit-area man chartered a tiny private plane and began advertising frequent flights from Michigan, where elective abortion was illegal, to Niagara Falls, New York, where it was not. For … Read more

The $8,000 child tax credit that many parents may not know about

Most US families with children are familiar with the federal Child Tax Credit, given that parents of more than 60 million kids received enhanced payments in 2021. But there’s another tax benefit geared to parents that may be less well known than the CTC but that can be far more generous, providing up to $8,000 … Read more