Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz says the health overhaul law's employer requirements will impose "too great" a pressure on small businesses.
House Republicans took aim at the Department of Energy's stimulus spending yesterday, pointing to its delayed projects and flawed oversight as an example of broader problems with the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. DOE has so far spent about $12.4 billion of the $35 billion it received two years ago under the Recovery Act. That money has gone to programs that weatherize homes, clean up former nuclear weapons sites and fund clean energy projects.
As published in Politico:
As posted in the Wall Street Journal: Get a load of this. Some Members of Congress actually think that Congress should have a say in whether or not the government regulates carbon. Some of them even want to have a debate about it first. Don't these yahoos understand that democratic consent doesn't apply to the Environmental Protection Agency?
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OPINION: Steve Forbes in Politico and Rep. Fred Upton in the Detroit News Discuss A Tale of Two Energy PoliciesMarch 2, 2011 | ICYMI
Obama repeating Carter's mistakesBy: Steve ForbesMarch 2, 2011