Groups remain divided over Internet sales tax legislation, even
after one governor promised to lower state income taxes if Congress
approves the measure.
A traditional marriage organization is disappointed with AARP's
support of pro-"gay" liberalism.
Gas prices are cheaper than this time last year, but drivers of
vehicles that take E85 are paying a lot less. Still, not everyone
is on board.
It's one of the ongoing arguments against right-to-work
legislation -- less pay and benefits, among other things. But
proponents are explaining how there is really no argument at all
The insurance exchanges as called for in the new healthcare law
are a little more than four months from kicking off. But one policy
analyst doubts they will be ready.
A health freedom advocate is predicting that patient malpractice
will increase under electronic patient records mandated by
Two House bills that aim to alter the ethanol mandate have yet
to go before the full chamber, but that's not stopping the debate
over ethanol from continuing to churn.
A physician says patients should never feel they must "die
quickly" when faced with high healthcare costs and pressure from
hospital "death panels."
A pending decision in Michigan could have an impact on that
state's right-to-work law.
Conservative groups are divided on whether the House will follow
the Senate's lead in approving the Marketplace Fairness Act.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 165,000 jobs were
added in April - but a non-partisan group says not a single one of
them was in the manufacturing sector.
A practicing physician is warning that the new "streamlined"
application for ObamaCare leaves the program open to insurance
Union leaders are in Atlanta today continuing their push for
immigration reform, while right-to-work advocates continue to call
the effort hypocritical.
A healthcare expert says California's shortage of doctors isn't
just a problem in the state; it's proof of the flaws of
A California family leader is glad to see former presidential
hopeful Rick Perry calling out The Golden State for creating a
hostile environment for business.