During its over five years of review, the pipeline has been repeatedly found to be good for jobs and the economy and safe for the environment. It’s time to approve it.
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Traditional higher education institutions and programs of study would not be subject to a proposed student debt-to-earnings ratio limit. So why should for-profit higher education institutions?
Rather than coming up with ways to protect organizations from future IRS discrimination based on speech, Treasury, instead, proposes to double down by installing the IRS as the nation’s primary political speech regulator.
At the same time Obamacare has created an expanded federal role in health care, “enlightened” social democracies in Europe are looking toward market-based solutions to meet the twin challenges of accommodating consumer flexibility and choice while containing high costs.
Last fall, Dan McNichol, author and infrastructure expert, packed up a beat-up 1949 Hudson and hit the road for his Dire States tour. When we caught up with McNichol during his tour-ending stop in Washington, D.C., he shared with us what motivated him to drive across the country and back, what he saw, and what he learned.
Despite leading the nation five consecutive times on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), too many Massachusetts students are not graduating from high school prepared to join the knowledge-based workforce upon which the Commonwealth’s future prosperity depends. That's why the Massachusetts business community overwhelmingly supported the adoption of the Common Core State Standards four years ago.
Conservatives have become some of the most persuasive advocates for fixing our broken immigration system.
Shortly after I started hiring, I was introduced by one of my larger clients to my local Workforce Investment Board (WIB) in Florence, South Carolina. I have not regretted it for a moment. But, unfortunately, WIBs in other communities are lacking, and Congress must fix them.
Shale oil development has helped North Dakota have the lowest unemployment of any state.