Investors with Close Ties to the President, Including Billionaire George Kaiser, Sought “Tax Avoidance” and Left Taxpayers Holding the Bag for Half a Billion Dollars
Adding Insult to Injury – Bankruptcy Judge OKs Plan that Could Allow Solyndra’s Investors to Recoup $341 Million in Tax BreaksOctober 22, 2012 | ICYMI
Rep. Fred Upton and Gov. Bob McDonnell in Investor's Business Daily: ObamaCare's Uncertainty Cripples States And ProvidersOctober 18, 2012 | ICYMI
Without repeal or delay, the full implementation of ObamaCare is now less than 15 months away. Yet citizens and policymakers face a mounting level of questions, fears and frustrations. Unfortunately, the administration’s continuing silence on its plans leaves patients, states and Congress with more anxiety than answers and taxpayers on the hook for it all.
WASHINGTON, DC – House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton today released a report on the committee’s activities from the 3rd quarter of the 2nd session of the 112th Congress. Prepared for members of the committee, this is the seventh such report detailing the committee’s work this Congress.
Energy and Commerce Leaders Seek All Documents Related to FDA’s Oversight of the NECC Dating Back to 2004October 17, 2012 | Press Release
WASHINGTON, DC – House Energy and Commerce Committee leaders today requested additional information from the Food and Drug Administration regarding its oversight of the New England Compounding Center in Framingham, Massachusetts, which has been linked to the recent outbreak of fungal meningitis.
Excerpt: During initial discussions with committee staff on October 12, 2012, FDA officials said that the NECC responded about a month after the warning letter assuring regulators that the firm was in compliance with good compounding practices. At the time of this briefing, FDA officials could not confirm whether any subsequent inspections were conducted to validate that the FDCA violations were corrected.
The Solyndra Memorial Tax Break How Energy passed out tax-loss credits that mean taxpayers will pay twice for failure. The Wall Street Journal October 16, 2012