Congressional Budget Office
Miami Heat forward Shane Battier will become the third member of the organization to make a public push to get people signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
The Congressional Budget Office typically doesn’t make a lot of news, but Tuesday the CBO was front and center in the media. Unfortunately, most in the media and many politicians completely misinterpreted what the CBO reported.
Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote for the 37th time to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care act. The political theater will give conservatives fodder for their constituents, but will end up costing voters even more.
If you have been hiding under a rock, you many not realize that Apple is set to unveil the new iPhone 5 Wednesday. But here’s the wild thing: it’s not just a new product, the iPhone may boost the entire U.S. economy.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney trying to push back after a devastating new study from the non-partisan Tax Policy Center said his plan would increase taxes for lower and middle class voters while benefitting the wealthiest Americans the most.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney unveiled his plan to completely overhaul Medicare, which will directly impact millions of Floridians.
It is a symbolic vote, but Republicans now controlling the political levers in the U.S House vowed that repeal of the health care reform law was priority one.
The GOP rode to power in the House of Representatives on a promise to lower budget deficits and cut government waste; but their first legislative move may explode deficits, according to the Congressional Budget Office.