Daily Policy Digest

Smart Phone Based Medical Devices Making Big Impacts

Institutions, analysts and MDs envision the opportunity to reduce the colossal inefficiency of current medical practice by exploiting the Internet of Things...

Federal Financial Regulators Prevent Free Enterprise

Federal financial regulators celebrated the New Year by compiling more than 11,000 pages of rules and regulations, most of which are aimed at the free enterprise capitalist system...

King v. Burwell Ruling Would Affect Nearly 7.5 Million Consumers

The implications of the ruling concerning the individual mandate will have a larger impact on younger enrollees, who are less likely to be exempt from the mandate due to age rating differences...

Eliminating the Deduction for Foreign Reinsurance Premiums Creates More Problems than It Solves

Congress could look to larger reforms that make the U.S. more attractive as a domicile for corporations...

France and the United States Neck and Neck for Highest Corporate Income Tax

Thanks to France doubling its surface tax on corporate income, the United States no longer has the world's highest corporate income tax...

DHS Shutdown could be a Win for Federalism

Congress could reduce the size and scope of the federal government by voting against the Department of Homeland Security funding bill...

Export-Import Bank: Reform Now or be Shut Down

Congress would do well to consider the various drawbacks related to reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank, which includes distortions in the distribution of labor and capital and higher consumer costs...

The All-Of-the-Above Energy Strategy Threatens Alaskan Oil

the only thing the president’s all-of-the-above energy policy has done is hold back the industry’s growth...

Corporate Integration Would Eliminate Double Taxation and Encourage Investment and Economic Growth

Integrating the corporate and individual income tax could ensure that corporate income is only taxed once...

Doctors Not Cashing In on Meaningful Use Incentives

Federal penalties have been levied against 257,000 physicians, 280 providers and 200 hospitals for not using EHRs "meaningfully."...


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