This distinction—between activities and intentions—could help form the basis for a solution to this current negotiating impasse.
We need a new national strategy that incorporates innovative funding solutions to enhance and improve our nation’s infrastructure.
Multinational corporations have begun invoking Romer and the Equal Protection Clause in challenging common-sense public health, environmental, and even minimum wage laws.
Nearly half of all American adults—117 million people—have one or more chronic health conditions.
By eliminating federal preemption and giving jurisdiction to state courts, the Chaffetz approach is more troubling and will lead to endless confusion and litigation.
At a time of stark political divides, falling prices for renewable power seem to be bringing Americans together.
Increasingly, medical and public health professionals recognize climate change as a health problem.
The only way to fully certify that there are no nuclear weapons capabilities under development is to have verification inspections at ALL potential nuclear sites.
A bill (H.R. 1599) introduced by Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) seeks to prevent consumers from knowing whether or not their food contains GMOs.
Because this is a hidden tax, folded into the fine-print of airline tickets, some must think that no one will notice.