The Maine Supreme Judicial Court dismissed an appeal by Gov. Paul LePage for a stay in the state’s voter- approved Medicaid expansion, which LePage had refused to sign because the state has not established a way to pay for the expansion.
The New Jersey General Assembly approved Gov. Phil Murphy’s substitute proposal for regulating African hair-braiding licensing after Murphy conditionally vetoed a bill that would have exempted hair braiders from the state’s regulations.
The U.S. Senate Committee on Finance is considering a bill that would penalize business owners for hiring employees using federal entitlement programs, by increasing the corporate tax rate paid by owners.
Voters in San Francisco, California in November 2019 will consider a ballot question that would add a 3.25 percent tax on rides by peer-to-peer transportation network companies (TNC) such as Lyft and Uber, two popular services.
Homeschooling is an increasingly popular option for Kentucky parents who want to improve their children’s education, according to a report presented to the Kentucky General Assembly’s Education Assessment and Accountability Review Subcommittee.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have closed the comment and testimony period for a potential revision to how federal income taxes treat payments to local and state tax credit programs.
Santa Cruz, California voters will decide in November whether to approve a ballot measure that would amend the city’s charter to create new government regulations restricting apartment prices and leasing terms.
The United States is emerging as the world’s energy powerhouse. Two months ago, the United States became the largest producer of crude oil. Exports of crude oil, oil products and natural gas are rising rapidly.
The cities of Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, and Columbus filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration in a Maryland federal court, alleging the president is not faithfully executing the ACA and is unconstitutionally 'sabotaging' the law.
Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I–VT) plan for a national, single-payer health insurance system, known as “Medicare for All,” would cost $32.6 trillion over its first 10 years, according to a new study by George Mason University’s Mercatus Center.
Twenty-five Wisconsin cities face a total of nearly $2.25 billion in unfunded liabilities, many of which are related to health care benefits promised to retired workers, a Wisconsin Policy Forum report shows.