"Econ 101: April 24, 2013"
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- The Federal Aviation Administration says 1,200 flights have been delayed due to sequestration. [New York Times]
- The White House is open to legislation that would halt FAA furloughs that have caused the delays. [Reuters]
- Hundreds of Chicago workers at fast-food restaurants and other employers will strike today for better wages. [Bloomberg]
- Montana Sen. Max Baucus (D), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, will not seek re-election in 2014. [Wall Street Journal]
- Baucus’ retirement could speed efforts to draft corporate tax reform, one of his major legislative priorities. [Reuters]
- The owner of the West, Texas fertilizer plant that exploded is being sued for negligence. [Huffington Post]
- Federal regulators will soon warn banks against issuing predatory pay-day loans. [New York Times]