On October 8, the IPCC released a special report on the alleged impacts of global warming. Three days earlier, NIPCC released the Summary for Policymakers of its own forthcoming report. The two reports tell dramatically different stories.
CMS approved a Section 1332 State Innovation Waiver allowing New Jersey to create a reinsurance program and free the state from the requirement to consider all enrollees in the individual health insurance market to be part of a single risk pool.
The 27-page Summary provides an early look at a 1,000-page report expected to be released on December 4 at a climate science symposium during the United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP-24) in Katowice, Poland.
Georgia lawmakers are considering reforms to the state’s certificate of need (CON) laws, the regulatory framework designed to limit health care providers’ ability to provide new facilities and services.
The day after I returned home from attending Phyllis Schlafly's Gateway Eagle Council XLVII, after having just met and spoken with General Flynn and his family, I heard the news that Robert Mueller was ready to sentence him.
“President Trump campaigned on repealing the Clean Power Plan and replacing it with something better. The American people elected him to do just that. Today we are celebrating a promise kept." - James Taylor
Arizona voters will be considering a ballot initiative to require Arizona utilities to generate 50 percent of their electricity through renewable energy sources such as solar and wind by 2030 this November.
More than half of Americans surveyed in a new poll say parents with children enrolled in government schools should be given tax vouchers to facilitate “[enrolling] their children in private schools instead.”
President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump endorsed a bill proposed by U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R–IL) that would create federal tax incentives for private employers to pay student loan debt owed by their employees.
The U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Energy and Commerce is considering a bill that would enable more states to decide whether to participate in Daylight Saving Time (DST), the practice of advancing clocks ahead one hour during summer months.