As the 2015 session winds down, lawmakers are seeking a variety of "pay-fors" to offset the costs of legislation whose passage is deemed urgent.
The latest corporate inversion - between Pfizer and Allergan, PLC - is a good reminder that we need reform, not new regulations to keep businesses here.
Open Letter to the House and Senate: Taxpayer Priorities for the FY16 Omnibus Appropriations Bill
As the Senate and House finalize the fiscal year 2016 appropriations legislation, we write to urge you to exclude Sec. 10017 of the House-passed defense appropriations act.
Earlier this week, Joe Henchman of the Tax Foundation and Scott Mackey of KSE Focus LLP released a study of the tax burdens faced by wireless consumers in 2015. At close to 18 percent, the national average for wireless taxes and fees are at their highest levels.
NTUF challenges the long-held notion that the U.S. should spend at least four percent of GDP on defense in a new policy paper, "When More Is Meaningless."
Anyone paying attention to the news has heard about the international refugee crisis but few people have probably heard of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, the federal agency that oversees the services provided to refugees in the United States. The first refugee legislation was enacted following World War II but the Office was established in 1980 as a program within the Department of Health and Human Services' Administration of Children and Families.
NTU urges all Senators to vote "YES" on S.J. Res. 23 and S.J. Res. 24, Congressional Review Act resolutions aimed at stopping harmful new fossil-fuel power plant regulations recently finalized by the EPA.
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