WASHINGTON, DC – The Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Power, chaired by Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY), today announced it will hold a hearing next month to examine the administration’s current and planned climate change activities, including the actions identified in the President’s Climate Action Plan.
Excerpt: While we appreciate your quick response to our letter and your providing a witness for the hearing, both the testimony of Mr. Iwry and your July 9 letter failed to address several of the committee’s questions about Treasury’s decision to delay the employer mandate
Another day, another broken promise. It turns out that if you are on your spouse’s health care plan, and you like it, you may not be able to keep it as the new health care law kicks in. Employers are searching for ways to bear the burden of Obamacare’s costly mandates and rising premiums, and even with efforts to inflict the least harm on employees and customers, the law’s costs are clearly having an impact.
The New York Times’ editorial board today praised last week’s federal appeals court ruling that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission must resume its consideration of the license application for Yucca Mountain, describing the decision as a “well-justified rebuke” for NRC’s dismissal of the law.
OBAMACARE BROKEN PROMISE ALERT: Tens of Thousands in New Jersey and Colorado to Suffer Consequences of Health Law’s #BrokenPromisesAugust 20, 2013 | Blog Post
As we fast approach the health care law’s October 1, 2013, implementation, thousands of unsuspecting residents in New Jersey and Colorado have become the latest health care consumers to face the law’s costly consequences.
In late July, the Chicago Tribune editorialized on the health law’s “part-timing of America” as “one more reason to rewrite, or halt, Obamacare.” President Obama’s hometown paper has followed up with a new editorial on the administration’s flouting of its signature health law it furiously worked to pass over three years ago as “more reasons to delay and rewrite this ill-conceived