April 1st, 2011
News Taco To Go: Unemployment, Oil, Food Dye, Wisconsin And Highway Deaths

Unemployment is the lowest it’s been in two years, 8.8%, and workers were added to the economy faster in the past two months than any other time since the recession began.

Oil prices hit a 2 1/2-year high.

The FDA announced the need for more study on the effects of food dye, even as the FDA declined to include warning labels on food about food dye for effects such as worsening hyperactivity disorders in children.

A judge in Wisconsin asserted that the anti-union bill passed by legislators there has not taken effect.

Highway deaths are the lowest they’ve been in 60 years, helped inpart by the use of seat belts, anti-drunk driving efforts and other driving safety efforts.

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