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The Panama Post reports that more and more Venezuelans are eating from garbage to stay alive.

Reporter Sabrina Martin writes, “The political crisis in Venezuela, food shortages and the decrease of Ve…

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It’s only been four months since Arizona voters decided to raise the state’s minimum wage, and the damage reports from the local economy just keep rolling in. Far from simply giving Arizona workers a…

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Sometimes bad policies have negligible negative impacts on the everyday life of Americans, but sometimes the harmful effects are so large and so fundamental that they are hard to overstate.

The Corpo…

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In December of last year, New Mexico state Representative Christine Trujillo (D- Albuquerque) introduced legislation that would stop the approval of new charter schools in New Mexico for at least two…

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Lawmakers in Florida are considering a sweeping reform of the state’s tax incentive and corporate welfare policy in a new bill that would essentially end government handouts to politically connected c…

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About 23 million people will enroll in a health insurance plan through an Obamacare exchange in 2017—at least that was the prediction the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) made in 2010.