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Maureen Martin: Legal Severability and the Case Against Obamacare

Ben Domenech interviews the Heartland Institute's Maureen Martin about the question of legal severability and the case against Obamacare.

Pete Sepp: Internet Purchases Are Not Tax-Free

Pete Sepp of the National Taxpayers Union discusses a new bill that gives federal support to state efforts to charge sales tax on Internet purchases. Sepp points out that many purchases already are charged sales tax, and even when they are not charged sales tax, many other taxes come into play.

Francis Cianfrocca: The Latest Medicare and Economic Reports

Ben Domenech discusses the latest Medicare and economic reports with New York tech businessman Francis Cianfrocca.

Christian Legal Society v. Martinez: An interview with Greg Lukianoff

"All Comers" vs. Freedom of Association: School Reform News Managing Editor Ben Boychuk discusses the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez with Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).

Senator John Barrasso: Ramifications of the Berwick Recess Appointment on Doctors

Ben Domenech interviews Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming regarding the recess appointment of Donald Berwick, and what ramifications it holds for doctors in rural areas.

Mark Robyn: Sales Tax Holidays Help Politicians, Not Shoppers

Mark Robyn says sales tax holidays do nothing to boost retail sales or economic growth, burden small retailers by adding complexity to tax collections, and can distort consumer behavior in ways that help sales of some items at the expense of others.
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