EPA regs threaten to close coal-fired power plants, but states push back
“It’s just one more thing that means fewer jobs for people out here.”
Even a summertime trip to the beach can’t be nanny-free
Beach towns are trying to control what you do and how you do it.
New EPA regs for power plants could mean higher bills
Cutting carbon emissions at American power plants.
After 21 requests, Obama administration coming clean about drone policy
Faced with the threat the U.S. Senate would block judicial nominees.
Final tally of job losses from the sequester: One
The sequestration was portrayed as the governmental equivalent of the end of days.
De Blasio to resurrect attempt at NYC big soda ban
Hide your Big Gulps, again, New York.
CA lawmaker wants to ban certain facial scrubs
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14 most important elections of 2014
2014 a red year?
Corbett, natural gas allies will square off against Democrats pushing to limit, tax fracking
“Every square inch of the Commonwealth is benefiting from this generational opportunity.”
Feds spending millions to promote Obamacare in states with federal exchanges
A blatant misuse of federal dollars.
Affordable Care Act could shrink workforce by 900,000
There may be less of an incentive for workers to keep or find a job
Day of the dead: Regulations bury grieving families
Funeral directors across the nation have driven up the cost of dying
Unions have broad appeal in Pa., staunching right-to-work efforts
On the surface, Pennsylvania looks like it could be the next front in the ongoing battle between Republicans and big labor that flared up in Michigan this week.