E-Cigarettes Can Save Lives, Taxpayer Dollars
For decades, lawmakers and regulators in the United States have attempted to reduce smoking rates using taxes, smoking bans, and regulations. Despite these heavy-handed policies, the decline in smoking has leveled off over the past few years.
Wyoming to consider Medicaid expansion
The plan would require many newly eligible participants to pay premiums and co-pays.
Bill would forever ban internet access taxes
Some members of Congress are proposing to make the Internet Tax Freedom Act of 1998 permanent.
Farm Bill Debate in House
to Center around food stamps
1 in 7 Americans receive SNAP benefits, at a cost of $134 each month, this equates to a monthly cost of around $6 billion.