WASHINGTON, Feb. 1, 2017 - President Donald Trump has set a high bar for Congress when it comes to health care: “insurance for everybody,” including people with pre-existing conditions, at “much lower” cost.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31, 2017 - White House spokesman Sean Spicer is calling a new executive order the most significant action against overregulation since 1981. The order would bar agencies from finalizing any new rules during the rest of the 2017 fiscal year that would impose higher costs on the economy.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27, 2017 - President Donald Trump has thrown another curve ball to Congress on tax reform and trade. As he flew back to Washington yesterday from a speech in Philadelphia at the congressional GOP retreat, his spokesman raised the idea of paying for the wall with Mexico with a 20-percent tax on imports.
The Environmental Protection Agency gave a lift to the renewable fuels industry by finalizing biofuel usage mandates for 2017 higher than originally proposed.
The agency is requiring19.28 billion gallons of total renewable fuel to be blended with conventional fuel under the renew
Lawmakers are advancing spending bills that seek to boost acceptance of GMOs, fight agricultural pests and boost spending on waterways critical for exports of farm commodities.
House Appropriations subcommittees on Thursday approved an Agriculture spending bill to fund the Agricu
A bill that would block state GMO labeling laws and set up a process for marketing foods as non-GMO has advanced in the House, setting up a final votes on the measure on Thursday.
The House voted 242-175 to approve a rule that would allow votes on four Democratic amendment