The Trump Administration will release next years budget on Tuesday. It will propose balancing the the federal budget over 10 years. It will spare Medicare and Social Security, the two largest drivers of future spending and cut trillions from other programs including education, housing, environment, and foreign aid already laid out by the administration, and add new proposed reductions to nondiscretionary spending like food stamps, Medicaid, and federal employee-benefit programs.
Under the heading of “There’s a company for everything.” ShotSpottera gunshot detection service for law enforcement, set a price range Friday for its initial public offering of $10 to $12, which would bring in up to $33.6 million. The Newark, Calif.-based company uses a sensor system to pinpoint the location indoors or outdoors where shots were fired and alert law enforcement. The system is in about 90 cities across the U.S. ShotSpotter plans to sell 2.8 million shares and list on the Nasdaq under the symbol “SSTI.” Roth Capital is the underwriter on the offering.
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