Hoping to protect workers during workplace elections, Senate Republicans reintroduced a bill Monday designed to curtail union power.
Recent reports show the system is open to fraud
‘The energy items not only help support jobs’
Fraudulent applications still getting through
‘Mr. Slavitt will need to answer a number of tough questions regarding his former employer and their relationship with the agency’
President Obama set the stage late Thursday for yet another bitter battle with Congress with an after-hours nomination of a healthcare executive with huge conflict of interest problems to head the government agency running Obamacare.
Two days of congressional hearings failing to yield any solutions, setting stage for yet another short-term fix
‘If made final in its current form, would make it easier for non-custodial parents to evade paying child support’
HealthCare.gov will have three IT managers in only two years
More Than A Quarter Of The Government's Education Tax Credits Are Fraudulent, According To New Report
Even worse, they don’t know how to avoid blowing even more
Conservatives say effort to rein in trolls weakens patent protections, threatens innovation
Hatch: Ban On Federal Obamacare Subsidies ‘Couldn’t Be More Clear’
If the exchanges get struck down, millions will lose subsidized coverage.
The DOJ shouldn’t force companies to do their dirty work abroad.
‘What matters is what tax policy will do to or for them’
‘I get a big kick out of them using the word progressive’
Members are divided in how they vote, but their leadership only gives to Democrats.
Requests for data stored abroad have imperiled U.S. companies doing business internationally.