Daily Policy Digest

Repeal the Medicine Cabinet Tax on OTC Drugs

When Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, it included what was essentially a tax on OTC drugs, because it made OTC medicines ineligible for reimbursement through health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs), flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and health savings accounts (HSAs)...

Obama's Amnesty and the Impact on Jobs

The Obama administration's amnesty plan will give 5 million illegal immigrants work permits...

How to Inject Choice and Valuable Skills into Education

What should real education reform look like?...

Flawed Model Hides Costs and Exaggerates Benefits of Climate Legislation

The EPA's proposed regulation of greenhouse gases could reduce employment and lower GDP by more than $2.5 trillion over the next two decades...

The Costs of Free Tuition in Germany

College education in Germany is now tuition-free, but what does that mean?...

How Obamacare Is Ruining Access to Doctors

Government policy is reducing the attractiveness of becoming a doctor and limiting patients' ability to access specialists and seek care at the nation's best hospitals...

War on Women? Overtime Pay Regulations

A new regulation from the Obama administration would require overtime pay for those who make less than $50,000...

What's Wrong with Rent Control?

Price ceilings on rent for apartments in large cities have dangerous economic consequences...

Despite Federal Policy, America Becoming More Suburban

The Department of Housing and Urban Development has pushed urbanization policies that promote urban living by issuing dense development grants and promoting high-speed rail...

The War on Poverty Has Waged a War on Marriage

Today, there are more than 80 means-tested welfare programs that allow single parents to access government aid, including Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, the Women, Infants and Children food program, public housing and Medicaid...


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