The city-by-city crusade against sugar-sweetened soft drinks continues to widen, from New York to Boston to San Francisco to … Madelia?Read More →
Amid gridlock over government spending and debt ceilings, green-energy advocates and rent-seeking businesses are convening here to renew their push for billions more dollars in taxpayer giveaways.Read More →
By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog
ALBUQUERQUE – Does New Mexico really need somebody to have two years of experience and take two exams before they can repair a door?
Or two years’ training to install a security alarm?
Or train for two full years, pass two exams and pay $318 before getting the state’s approval to [...]
By Ryan Ekvall | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON – The state Department of Justice wants dairy farmer and raw milk provider Vernon Hershberger behind bars.
Two weeks after a jury acquitted Hershberger of three licensing violation charges, the state’s prosecuting attorney Eric Defort on Friday moved to revoke Hershberger’s bail for violating the court’s terms of release. The state had demanded the [...]
Pennsylvania next year faces about a $520 million budget gap, yet it’s still giving businesses millions in grants and tax credits.Read More →