Fewer doctors are accepting new Medicaid patients today, in part due to low reimbursement rates and a large increase in Medicaid enrollment caused by states expanding Medicaid in response to the Af
Implemented in 1947, the Taft-Harley Act (THA), Section 14(b), allows states to adopt right-to-work laws.
Tourism taxes have become increasingly popular with city and state governments as a source of new revenue.
In August 2007, the Illinois General Assembly enacted legislation creating a Renewable Portfolio Standard.
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) states were allowed to choose between creating their own health insurance exchanges and joining a federal exchange.
The Obama Administration recently proposed a $302 billion transportation funding plan, the Generating Renewal, Opportunity, and Work with Accelerated Mobility, Efficiency, and Rebuilding of Infrast
In 1970, Congress passed the Clean Air Act, a law that granted authority to the federal government to control air pollution across the nation.
Compared to other areas of the economy, the U.S. energy sector (except for the electricity industry) historically has been lightly regulated and relatively free.
The National Labor Relations Act of 1937 (Wagner Act, or NLRA) fundamentally altered the relationship between employers and employees in the United States.
The current process for pharmaceutical firms seeking Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for new medications is long and arduous.