Daily Policy Digest

Problems in Latest Jobs Report

While 2.15 million Americans gained jobs in June, even more -- 2.35 million -- dropped out of the labor force altogether...

California Should Learn from Texas' Example

Three of the five fastest-growing American cities, and seven out of the top 15, are in Texas...

Government Spending Tax Dollars on Social Media

In 2013, the U.S. State Department spent $630,000 purchasing Facebook "likes"...

Illegal Immigration May Lead to Public Health Crisis

While legal immigrants are not allowed admission to the United States for certain health reasons, illegal immigrants are not prescreened and can carry disease...

Biased White House Medicaid Expansion Report

A new White House report on state Medicaid expansion says that expanding Medicaid would benefit public health, state budgets and the economy...

Illegal Immigrants Cross Over Protected Lands

Illegal immigrants, including drug smugglers and human traffickers, are exploiting protected lands to make their way into the United States more easily...

What Can You Buy with Food Stamps?

Cupcakes and gourmet cakes are considered food under the food stamp program, no matter the price...

North Dakota: No Minimum Wage, High Entry-Level Wages

The state of North Dakota has no minimum wage policy, yet its citizens enjoy incredibly high entry-level wages...

Vermont Exchange Hacked

The Vermont health exchange's development server was attacked last December by a Romanian hacker...

Energy Boom Has Created 450,000 Jobs

The shale energy sector continues to experience phenomenal growth, and a new study suggests this will continue for the next decade...


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