Econ 101: June 28, 2012

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  • House and Senate leaders say they plan to pass a package including reauthorization of transportation funding, a student loan bill, and national flood insurance by the end of the week. [The Hill]
  • European leaders arrive in Brussels today for a summit aimed at finding solutions to the continent’s continuing economic woes. [Washington Post]
  • California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed a budget yesterday that depends on voters approving tax hikes in a November referendum. [New York Times]
  • Most of America’s cities are growing at a faster rate than their suburbs for the first time in a century. [Associated Press]
  • The House Oversight Committee yesterday approved legislation requiring a full audit of the Federal Reserve. [The Hill]
  • Barclay’s has been fined $450 million bu U.S. and U.K. regulators for attempting to manipulate a London interest rate. [Financial Times]
  • Rhode Island’s new “homeless bill of rights” is being touted as a national model for preventing discrimination against homeless individuals. [Associated Press]
  • According to a new survey, nearly half of Americans don’t know their credit scores. [Huffington Post]