Unreasonable blanket style edicts and layers of bureaucracy hurt manufacturers.
Economy & Budget
The 1983 reform of Social Security largely shifted the burden of Social Security from one generation to the next with the consequences falling heavily on late-boomers and those that followed.
States know how to fund surface transportation, even if Congress can’t agree on a long-term funding package.
In the wake of the Great Recession, many small businesses are still being denied access to reasonable credit.
The one issue that continues to be number one for voters is the economy.
Small businesses are responsible for over 90 percent of the net new jobs.
The bill is almost entirely retroactive, rewarding business activities already completed in 2014.
The bill authorizes the government to spend $1.1 trillion on discretionary programs between now and September 30, 2015.
What's important to emphasize is the potential benefits that genetically modified products have provided.
One reform can lay a crucial cornerstone—statutory regulatory analysis standards for all regulators.