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Buyer Beware: A Mammogram’s Price Can Vary By Nearly $1,000, Study Finds

Buyer Beware: A Mammogram’s Price Can Vary By Nearly $1,000, Study Finds

Notes From An Engineer on Obamacare

Notes From An Engineer on Obamacare

By Anonymous . I am a consulting engineer and make between $60,000 and $125,000 per year, depending on how hard I work and whether there are work projects out there for me. . My girlfriend is 61 and makes about $18,000 per year, working as a part-time mail clerk. For me, making $60,000 a year, […]

Obama administration plans more regulations — this time on garbage, landfills

Obama administration plans more regulations — this time on garbage, landfills

Having already imposed new regulations on automobiles, price planes, power plants and oil-and-gas drilling sites, the Obama administration on Friday turned its attention to garbage, proposing new rules to limit emissions from solid waste landfills. The Environmental Protection Agency plan, estimated to cost at least $55 million to implement, is aimed at controlling methane and […]

New Regulations Could Make Internet More Expensive

New Regulations Could Make Internet More Expensive

By Peter Fricke Stricter regulations approved by the Federal Communications Commission could mean higher Internet bills for consumers, ask federal officials warn. When the FCC passed its Open Internet order in February, sildenafil the agency “put broadband in the same regulatory category as phone service, health opening the door for the charges,” which consumers already […]

Cap-And-Trade Costs California Businesses $1 billion

Cap-And-Trade Costs California Businesses $1 billion

By Michael Bastasch California businesses paid a whopping $1 billion this year buying permits to comply with the state’s cap-and-trade law — the largest sale recorded since the state began regulating carbon dioxide in 2012. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ Even with record permit sales, sildenafil the $1 billion raised was well below market expectations. […]

Is “Net Neutrality” neutral or not?- Responses to Phil Erwin column

Is “Net Neutrality” neutral or not?- Responses to Phil Erwin column

By George Miller  . Phil Erwin wrote an article here attacking the FCC “Net Neutrality” proposal. He believes it is not really “neutral” at all and has other, more sinister implications. Many believe such regulation would be unconstitutional, as the FCC is an agency attempting to write law, instead of Congress. Article I of the U.S. Constitution says Congress exclusively […]

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