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Straight Repeal of ObamaCare Is Better Than the American Health Care Act

After a long wait and leaked discussion drafts, on Monday, March 6, the House Ways and Means Committee and House Energy and Commerce Committee released their recommendations to repeal and replace ObamaCare through reconciliation. These committees were originally due to have their recommendations submitted to the House Budget Committee on January 27, as required by S.Con.Res.3. The recommendations are collectively referred to as the American Health Care Act, or the AHCA.

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Combating the Regulatory State Through Congressional Action

In recent days, Congress has targeted several midnight rules, those finalized and published in the final days of the Obama administration, through the Congressional Review Act. The effort is part of the rediscovery of Article I of the Constitution and the separation of powers, as well as the threats the regulatory state presents to the economy. In this issue brief, FreedomWorks offers background on the Congressional Review Act, the law's deficiencies, how to give it teeth through the passage of the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act.

02/15/2017
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"As Ebola and other emerging diseases continue to dominate our headlines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to be America's front line of defense against the outbreak of a devastating epidemic. However, the agency has stumbled, and an examination of its activities reveal an institution often more focused upon advancing progressive social priorities and nanny-state interventions than simply performing well at its one intended job."
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Issue Analysis - The CDC's Mission Creep: A Dangerous and Wasteful Distraction

As Ebola and other emerging diseases continue to dominate our headlines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to be America's front line of defense against the outbreak of a devastating epidemic. However, the agency has stumbled, and an examination of its activities reveal an institution often more focused upon advancing progressive social priorities and nanny-state interventions than simply performing well at its one intended job.

10/09/2014
FreedomWorks Report: Major Obamacare Revisions & Delays
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FreedomWorks Report: Major Obamacare Revisions & Delays

It has been 3 years since the Patient Protection and AffordableCare Act was pushed through Congress by Democrats and signedinto law by President Barack Obama. Yet despite the re-electionof President Obama and the law’s narrow survival in the SupremeCourt, the future of the still-controversial law is anything but certain.(READ THE REPORT)

08/28/2013
Creativity vs. Conviction: A Brief History of Federal Budget Reform. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis
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Creativity vs. Conviction: A Brief History of Federal Budget Reform. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis

The recent news cycle has been dominated with concern over the US Government's budget process: the debt, deficits, sequestration, and the continuing failure of the Senate to pass a budget in over 4 years.This FreedomWorks Issue Analysis is a brief history of budget reform in America. Clues how to solve the budgetary crisis of today and those of the future may very well be contained in the lessons of the past. Check out this FreedomWorks Issue Analysis and click here to learn more:

03/12/2013
Freedomworks Issue Analysis: Marketplace Fairness Act
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Freedomworks Issue Analysis: Marketplace Fairness Act

The Marketplace Fairness Act would allow the states to compel online retailers to collect taxes on remote sales, increasing the cost of doing business and damaging competition unfairly.The Act places burdensome administration costs on some of the country's most innovative retailers, regulating them in a way that is at once discriminatory and harmful to economic growth.

02/28/2013
Ceilings and Shutdowns: Understanding Government at an Impasse. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis
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Ceilings and Shutdowns: Understanding Government at an Impasse. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis

01/16/2013
FreedomWorks Issue Analysis: Paycheck Protection and Pennsylvania
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FreedomWorks Issue Analysis: Paycheck Protection and Pennsylvania

Paycheck protection laws prevent union leadership from spending compulsory membership dues on political expenses prior to obtaining consent from membership as individuals.Paycheck protection programs have proved to be effective, so long as they remain comprehensive. Given the scope of unions in the Commonwealth, Pennsylvania workers stand to retain greater freedom and more of their hard-earned paychecks if an undiluted paycheck protection program is implemented in the state.

01/10/2013
Not Just A Debate
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Not Just A Debate

What Americans saw Wednesday night in Denver was not just a debate between two presidential candidates, but the contrast they’ve been wanting to see since 2008. It happened not because of a good night for one or a bad night for the other, but as a direct result of who the candidates are as people.

10/04/2012
Obama’s Food Stamp Mania
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Obama’s Food Stamp Mania

It was great when we started referring to Barack Obama as the “food stamp president” — and such a fitting title for the current head of the White House. Unfortunately liberals eat up government dependency, and they started wearing the new phrase as a badge of honor.Take Peter Edelman, Associate Dean of Georgetown Law, who gave a talk in June explaining why he believes Obama is an absolute genius. Here’s a transcription from The Blaze’s video:

10/02/2012

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