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Report: Obamacare Glitch Could Endanger Coverage For Millions Of Kids

President Obama announces resignation of U.S. Veteran Affairs Secretary Shinseki at the White House in Washington

CHIP program’s almost over

Report: EPA Rules To 'Necessarily Skyrocket' U.S. Electricity Prices

Barack Obama

‘I’m curious how many states will refuse to participate’

Study: States with higher minimum wages had higher unemployment

minimum wage bus tour

‘Net job growth rate for teenagers was actually negative’

Report: Obamacare's regulatory costs more than double benefits

U.S. President Obama speaks at Valencia College in Orlando

‘These burdens obviously cost states and private entities time and money’

Regulation blizzard: Government adds 1,516 pages to the Federal Register

Vice President Biden and Speaker of the House Boehner applaud as President Obama finishes his State of the Union speech on Capitol Hill in Washington
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Report: Pile-up of Obamacare regulations STILL awaiting approval

The White House is seen in Washington
Rules involving individual mandate still not ready

Obama administration holds federal lands HOSTAGE in midst of energy boom

President Obama meets with newly-elected mayors about job creation in the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington
'The administration adheres to a far-left environmentalist agenda'

Study: Minimum wage hike no anti-poverty measure

Stephen Baldwin holds his fist in the air outside a Subway restaurant during a strike aimed at the fast-food industry and the minimum wage in Seattle

Increase in the minimum wage may actually widen the income gap

Who needs all this paper?

Farm Bill

‘You’re looking at anywhere between $300 and $700 billion a year in paperwork costs’

Illegal aliens already eligible for retirement programs, says Heritage Foundation critic

An entire family emerges from the bushes on the Mexican bank of the Rio Bravo on April 11, 2006 near Ciudad Juarez. Omar Torres/AFP/Getty Images.

Sparks fly as study authors debate amnesty