The Department of Justice reimbursed crime victims for $7,630 in medical marijuana costs, according to an audit from the agency’s inspector general.
House Rep. Tom MacArthur (R., N.J), co-chair of the Tuesday Group, has introduced an amendment to the American Health Care Act which would reinstate essential health benefits as a federal standard.
No family member was employed in 16,069,000 U.S. families in 2016, or 19.6 percent of families, according to newly released data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
President Donald Trump has signed a directive to launch a Department of Commerce investigation into whether or not imports of steel are harming America’s national security.
The chief executive officer of Minuteman Health, one of the five remaining co-ops created through Obamacare, has said that high rates are likely next year, Fierce Healthcare reported.
The Department of Health and Human Services launched the Obamacare website, Healthcare.gov, disregarding known security concerns, according to newly obtained documents from the watchdog group Judicial Watch.
United Health reported 35 percent higher profits in the first quarter as they cut participation in the Obamacare exchanges, the Associated Press reported.
This year, taxpayers will spend 113 days working to pay for the nation’s tax burden, according to a report from the Tax Foundation.
President Trump will sign a Buy American, Hire American executive order on Tuesday that will attempt to protect the American worker by enforcing immigration laws so that these workers can benefit from higher wages and greater employment as well as cutting out unfair trade practices.
One in five small businesses, or 22 percent, pay at least $10,000 on the administration of federal taxes each year, according to the National Small Business Association’s 2017 taxation survey. This does not include what the business owes to the IRS in taxes.