The United States Senate today passed the Marketplace Fairness Act, a bill that would allow states to require businesses – even those headquartered outside their borders – to collect Internet sales
President Barack Obama released his 2014 budget proposal, which would spend $3.8 trillion.
The Obama administration on Friday previewed the budget it will submit to Congress next week.
The United States Senate today is voting on the 2014 budget proposal with a lengthy open-amendment process known in Washington as “vote-a-rama.” Among the amendments expected to be attached to the
The following statements on President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address Tuesday night are from staffers, fellows, and policy advisors at The Heartland I
President Barack Obama today held the final news conference of his first term, fielding questions on the debt ceiling debate, taxes, the federal budget, relations with Congress, and gun control.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune on Thursday reported Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal will soon propose a plan to eliminate state taxes on personal income and corporate earnings.
The Illinois General Assembly let the lame-duck session end Tuesday without voting on Gov.