The committee’s recently launched 21st Century Cures initiative continues to draw support because of the profound effect this bipartisan effort could have on the lives of all Americans. The Holland Sentinel editorial board in southwest Michigan today joined the chorus of supporters enthusiastic about 21st Century Cures.
Michigan Newspaper on 21st Century Cures: “A goal everyone in Washington and around the country should be able to get behind.”May 29, 2014 | ICYMI
New Obamacare Report’s Ominous Predictions: Future Holds More #BrokenPromises, Cancelled Plans, and #RateShockMay 28, 2014 | ICYMI
The Washington Post reports that the future of the health care law may just feel like déjà vu all over again: premiums increasing and plans being cancelled because of the law’s requirements. A new report predicts that enrollment will fall off beginning in 2017, decreasing “below 2015 levels by 2024.” Why?
Last Friday marked a milestone for the Department of Energy’s management of nuclear power. The agency ceased collecting nuclear waste fees from ratepayers in response to a court order that found DOE was not complying with the law and had no feasible plan in place to store the country’s nuclear waste.
Bipartisan energy leaders are continuing to voice support for action on U.S. liquefied natural gas exports (LNG). Former U.S. energy secretaries Spencer Abraham and Bill Richardson today were featured on CNBC.com calling for America to use its energy abundance as a tool to create economic growth at home and force geopolitical changes abroad.
NEWS: Fox News: Rep. Morgan Griffith Demands Transparency From the Administration on Health Care PremiumsMay 14, 2014 | ICYMI
Rep. Morgan Griffith Demands Transparency From the Administration on Health Care Premiums
Republicans have long warned that Obamacare did nothing to ensure that Americans would have timely access to quality and affordable health care from the providers they choose. Now, nearly six months after the law has taken effect, these warnings are becoming a reality. The law’s many mandates and controls have led to a predictable outcome: narrower networks and limited choices.