Broadband is one of America’s great success stories. And Internet service providers are doing much of the story telling through the unprecedented levels of competition, innovation, investment, and growth that these companies are fueling for our economy at both the national and global level.
While Senate and House committees dig into chemical policy it is important to remember the point of reform: protecting public health.
With the government shutdown among other challenges, 2013 has been a tough year for transparency and openness in the federal government. But that doesn’t mean government officials on the state and local levels can’t take steps to achieve transparency in their public meetings.
Adelson, who said his “moral standards” compelled him to act, is launching an advocacy group, the Coalition To Stop Internet Gambling, to portray the activity as a threat to vulnerable populations such as low-income players and minors. Not only is he wrong, but his proposed ban would cause harm to the very groups he claims to want to protect.
A new study by the Bipartisan Policy Center Immigration Task Force found the evidence suggests that immigration reform can produce significant economic dividends for our country.
Last week, labor unions and their allies staged protests at quick service restaurant franchises, attempting to pressure companies to increase wages. Debates and public displays such as these can provoke strong emotional reactions, but these efforts do not change the fundamental facts surrounding how franchising works or the predictable unintended consequences of a higher minimum wage - less job opportunities for lower-skilled workers and slower economic growth.
Why should any state trust a regime that murders its own people by the tens of thousands, supports terrorists in the region and worldwide, hires assassins to murder foreign diplomats in Washington, DC, develops a clandestine nuclear weapons program through three decades of deception and denials and keeps the murderous Assad regime in power?
Until OSHA finds a way to ensure that businesses follow the current rules for protecting workers, a more stringent limit on silica exposure likely will not help improve worker safety.
Our farms don’t just produce food and fiber, but they also power our economy. Farms and ranches produced more than $390 billion in goods last year. Agriculture and related industries employ more than 21 million American workers.
You might have to, if the Environmental Protection Agency gets its way in the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday.