What’s a more iconic American postcard than young kids operating their own lemonade stands? What’s a quick way to teach kids the impact of government regulations on entrepreneurs? Shutting down their lemonade stand.
WASHINGTON –In an interview with National Public Radio (NPR), President Obama revealed that regulations requiring U.S. companies to reduce emissions for “climate change” are part of his proposed free trade[…]
“Every state has an equivalent of the EPA. … They’re much more effective, much more efficient and certainly much more accountable at the state and local level than they are in Washington, [DC],” Walker said.
A new research by report by Thomas Stratmann and Jacob Russ at The George Mason University’s Mercatus Center shows that restrictions on the operation of hospitals is hurtful to the poor in the U.S. The study reveals[…]
“[This is a] big victory that has been a long-time coming,” said John Nothdurft, director of government relations at The Heartland Institute, in reaction to Gov. Brownback signing the bill yesterday. “States are now moving in the right direction and rolling back these policies.
The EPA is radically redefining “navigable waterways” to include 3% more of the nation’s water – and it’s not drawing any corresponding limitations on itself. In addition to lakes, rivers, bays and creeks, the EPA is coming from your drainage ditches, your reservoirs and yes, your big puddles.
Lawmakers in the U.K. are moving to ban synthetic psychoactive substances – colloquially known as “legal highs.” This may presage a similar policy move in the U.S. Ireland completely banned[…]
Research scientists are banding together and refuting radical environmental activists who have harassed them and their colleagues, calling the forthcoming progressive “March Against Monsanto” this Saturday in Chicago, and related[…]
A leading psychiatry journal reports in its most recent issue that underground drug users are experimenting with novel, psychoactive substances, sold exclusively online, before they are deemed “controlled substances” by the[…]
Providence Alaska Medical Center (PAMC) this week submitted its amended Certificate of Need (CON) application following an injunction secured by its rival, Alaska Regional Hospital, in state court. A Certificate[…]
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina on Saturday slammed the Net Neutrality rulemaking by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as “crony capitalism” for established Silicon Valley firms, enacted at the expense[…]
A poll by a leading health services research organization indicates that American public opinion on the Affordable Care Act – colloquially known as “Obamacare” – remains evenly divided along partisan lines.[…]
Private sector health insurance exchanges, being offered as an alternative to the public exchanges created under Obamacare, are flourishing, according to recent reports in the print editions of both Barron’s and[…]
The number of health care administrators employed by hospitals and large medical practices in the U.S. has soared by approximately 500 percent since the passage of the Affordable Care Act,[…]
Seven articles in the May 2015 issue of the medical journal Addiction examine the public policy implications of new research findings that demonstrate cocaine consumption in the U.S. has dropped[…]
Many employers across the U.S. are interested in offering access to telemedicine a benefit to employees for routine medical visits, reducing the overall cost of health care reimbursement, a report by Towers Watson indicated.
Findings published this month in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), a leading research publication, show that “preventable hospitalizations” of poor patients remained “high,” even after they were provided with state[…]