Daily Policy Digest

Government Watchdog: HealthCare.gov Full of Security Risks

The Government Accountability Office is set to address Congress this week to discuss the federal health insurance website and cybersecurity...

Which Industries Are Expecting Labor Shortages?

The world's advanced economies run a significant risk of labor shortages over the next eight years, says a new report by the Conference Board...

2015 Tax Rates, Brackets & Exemption Amounts May Save Taxpayers Money

Tax brackets will nudge upwards, meaning taxes should decreases for many taxpayers...

Top Retirement Expense: Your Home

Home mortgage and other home-related expenses comprise 40 to 45 percent of household budgets for people age 50 and older...

The Latest Anti-Small-Business Effort to Stop Global Warming

Even as environmental regulations have become more complex, there is no real evidence global warming has occurred over the past 15 years...

Allen West Speaks as part of the NCPA's Hatton W. Sumners Distinguished Lecture Series

Allen West, retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel and former Republican House of Representatives member, spoke to an audience of more than 240 people at the Renaissance Hotel Dallas...

Do Nine Million Children Really Need CHIP?

There are only 2.7 million American children within the eligible CHIP population of 9.1 million who actually need funding through CHIP...

Attacks on School Choice in Florida

Controversy has developed in Florida over the state's school choice program...

Zero-Tolerance Policy Yields Results

Freire Charter School, a Pennsylvania middle and high school, has taken great steps to stop violence within the classroom...

Why Is Health Care Slow to Adopt Technology?

Many technology enthusiasts have grown frustrated with the health care sector's slow adoption of new technology...


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