Lawmakers in Virginia House could give their stamp of approval to a package of health care reforms intended to ease anti-competitive regulations.Read More →
Virginia is considering a move to let parents invest 90 percent of public school funds into a savings account to cover educational expenses, a plan that faces opposition from school choice opponents.Read More →
Part 23 of 25 in the series Watchdog’s Scariest People of 2015 It was just a two-page letter from 20 climate scientists but it landed with a figurative thud — and accusations that colleagues who dared to stray from climate orthodoxy were being targeted. The missive to President Barack Obama, Attorney General Loretta Lynch and […]Read More →
Blame the federal government for state-level regulations that drive up the cost of health care and restrict access to hospitals.Read More →
A group of state lawmakers say they want to dismantle controversial regulations that limit competition among hospitals in Virginia.Read More →
In a pre-holiday rush, Congress ditched reforms that would have reined in the controversial EB-5 investor visa program.
“No reforms. No plugs to national security. No safeguards against fraud and abuse,” Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, said on the eve of expected House approval.