Would Congress adopt sounder policies if members received bonus pay for reaching economic growth targets?
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Republicans leaders in both the House and Senate are vowing to take up the issue of patent reform during the next session of Congress.
Critics charge Obamacare's individual mandate is boosting the profits of insurance companies, securing their loyalty to Democratic politicians.
A coalition of interest groups is proposing a list of fiscally responsible and environmentally friendly spending cuts that could appeal to members of both parties.
Corporate tax breaks have more than doubled in Oklahoma since 2010, according to an analysis by Oklahoma Watch, a nonpartisan interest group.
Some liberals, fed up with Democratic waffling on issues like military intervention and corporate welfare, are finding something attractive in Republican Sen. Rand Paul's brand of libertarianism.
Club for Growth, a free-market advocacy group, called on Republicans to offset Medicare fixes with real spending cuts in a press release on Monday.
Activists continued to press for congressional action on Internet taxation Friday, hoping for a vote in the lame-duck session.
Many of the "small businesses" that receive financing from the Export-Import bank are actually owned by large corporations or billionaire investors.
Virginia Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe has committed to more corporate welfare spending than he has the authority to pay for, and state lawmakers are hesitant to approve supplemental funding.
Baltimore may soon become one of the first East Coast cities to adopt the West Coast trend of banning plastic shopping bags.
Westminster, Massachusetts, could become the first community in America to ban the sale of all tobacco and nicotine products, pending a vote Wednesday night by the town's Board of Health.
Despite the GOP's free-trade rhetoric, most of the states that are looking to protect auto dealers against competition from Tesla Motors are run by Republicans.
The growing popularity of craft beer has made politicians eager to subsidize the industry, even as its success has rendered those subsidies unnecessary.
Should Republicans fight President Barack Obama or compromise with him?
A new mobile application wants to give consumers access to information about the political contributions made by the companies they patronize.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader continued his war against corporate welfare Friday.
Republican victories in Tuesday's elections could lead to increased pressure on congressional leaders to kill the Export-Import Bank.
Taxpayer interests prevailed in all of the top five tax-related ballot measures on Tuesday, according to Americans for Tax Reform.