Organized labor and most of its allies in Congress heartily dislike the sweeping new $400 billion Medicare bill passed by Congress on Nov. 25. Oddly enough, for entirely different reasons, the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal doesn't like it, either. ..
WASHINGTON - Not long ago, Republicans were the self-proclaimed "party of fiscal responsibility." They stood for the elimination of the federal deficits, reduced government spending and lower taxes. ..
Nothing can stop one of the most obnoxious rules affecting working people in U.S. history. ..
The City of Detroit is getting serious about cleaning up its wastewater. ..
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