The current national moratorium on state and local taxation of Internet access is set to expire in 2014, but two proposals being considered in Congress would permanently ban discriminatory taxes on
There are currently several legislative proposals in Michigan that would significantly increase the state’s minimum wage to as high as $9.50 per hour.
Few taxes imposed by state and local governments are more controversial than the estate tax, popularly referred to as the death tax.
In the early days of professional sports, nearly all new sports facilities were privately financed.
Testimony to Oklahoma Interim Committee on Common Core
By Joy Pullmann
November 5, 2013
Testimony to the Kentucky Senate On Senate Bill 224 to Repeal and Replace Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, and Enact Student Data Protections
Testimony to the Kentucky Senate
On Senate Bill 224 to Repeal and Replace Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, and Enact Student Data Protections
March 13, 2014
New Hampshire legislators are nearing a deal that would expand the state’s Medicaid program, using a model sim
Since the recent financial data breaches at Target and other stores, several legislators and consumer groups have called for new regulations requiring banks and retailers to transition from the cur
Nearly half the land of the western United States is owned by the federal government, including 82 percent of Nevada, 68 percent of Alaska, 64 percent of Utah, 63 percent of Idaho, 61 percent