In November 2016, Colorado voters will consider a ballot measure that would enact a state constitutional amendment creating “ColoradoCare,” a single-payer, government-run health care system in Colo
West Virginia recently became the 27th right-to-work (RTW) state, and several other states are now considering becoming the 28th.
Current primary care doctors face myriad restrictions and a reimbursement system that is both slow and costly; creating overhead that can eat up to 60 percent of a typical primary care practice’s r
In 2015, the Missouri General Assembly established the Career and Technical Education Advisory Council (CTEAC).
Current primary care doctors face myriad regulations and a reimbursement system that is both slow and costly; creating overhead that can eat up to 60 percent of a typical primary care practice’s re
Last month, The U.S. Supreme Court granted a stay of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP), effectively blocking implementation of the CPP as of February 9, 2016.
Legal battles now occurring across the nation between hospitals and government regulators over certificate of need (CON) laws demonstrate why burdensome government mandates should be rejected and r
Research shows new taxes have a stronger effect on a state’s economy than corporate income taxes, and high corporate income taxes are a deterrent to economic development, discouraging new businesse