Not even 24 hours. That’s how long it took for President Obama to find a quick fix to save Capitol Hill staffers from the skyrocketing premiums under Obamacare. Late last night, it was reported that the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) will rule that the government will continue to pick up a large portion of their tab for health care coverage. Has anyone ever seen a solution emerge so quickly in Washington?
Last night it was reported that, in an extremely rare move, President Obama is now “personally involved” in resolving the uncertainty surrounding healthcare premiums on Capitol Hill. Meanwhile, the rest of the country is expressing concern to no avail.
A roundup of the latest must-read budget and economic stories.
Regulations are taxes by another name. Here are the most interesting stories on federal regulation policy from the last week.
A roundup of this morning’s must-read budget and economic stories.
Last week taxpayers spent roughly $100 million on Congress. Did you get your money’s worth?
When Congress passes a law, the country has to make do and adapt to keep pushing forward. Not on Capitol Hill.
Last week taxpayers spent roughly $100 million on Congress.
A quick look at the three most viewed posts from last week.
The public has made it clear that they have had enough of Washington’s habit of spending the country deeper and deeper into the red. But has Congress gotten the message?