3.6%: The Lowest Unemployment Rate in Decades

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Republican Women of Weld have their monthly meeting canceled for possibly spurious reasons and Jason McBride of Presidential Wealth Management discusses the historically low unemployment rate.

Erie town council cancels Republican Women of Weld County’s May meeting at the Erie Community Center

The Republican Women of Weld (RWW) booked the Erie Community Center with the intention of hosting a speaker (speaking on the history of Oil and Gas in Colorado) and to collect signatures for the National Popular Vote Recall petition. The RWW was notified yesterday, May 16th, that the meeting was canceled. The story is unfolding. Listen to today’s show and check in on the RWW Facebook page for more information.

Jason McBride discusses the significance of the record low unemployment rate

In April the unemployment rate hit 3.6%, the lowest rate of unemployment in 49 years. Jason McBride of Presidential Wealth Management joins Kim as today’s co-host for segments 1 and 2 before the conversation pivots to the remarkable unemployment figures and why it is significant.

 

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WWII Battle of the Bulge Veteran, Lou Zoghby

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