Obama administration delivers delayed regulatory agenda, could cost billions

Dozens of federal agencies, from the Energy Department to the Department of Homeland Security, have the authority to issue regulations without any congressional involvement.

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Cantor says he’ll resign sooner than expectedComments Off

U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor tells a Virginia newspaper he will resign his seat in the House of Representatives months earlier than expected.

Congress passes $10.8B highway billComments Off

Congress has approved a bill to prevent a 28 percent cut in federal highway and mass transit aid at the height of the summer construction season.

Congress employs gimmicks to pay for highway fundsComments Off

Congress is providing $11 billion to prevent a 28 percent reduction in federal highway and mass transit spending at the peak of the summer construction season. The Senate passed a House-written bill to augment federal gasoline and diesel fuel taxes for…

ObamaCare may be headed to Supreme Court — againComments Off

President Barack Obama’s federal health care law may be headed to the Supreme Court – again.The High Court has been asked to review a July 22 ruling by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that declared constitutional all federal subsidies granted to enrollees of the health care system.

Bankrupt California city eyes marijuana for revenueComments Off

The bankrupt California city of San Bernardino has a new idea for raising revenue – legalize medical marijuana, and tax the pot.

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