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2015 will be the first year that some of ObamaCare's most painful rules go into effect.
Professors at Harvard find themselves paying more because of ObamaCare, and have complained loudly about the results of a law most of them supported.
Both the House and Senate are expected to quickly pass legislation approving the Keystone XL Pipeline, followed by a bill to weaken ObamaCare.  Both bills are expected to pass with bipartisan support, and will give President Obama the dilemma of vetoing popular bills or signing laws he opposes.... Read More
Washington Post Fact Checker Glenn Kessler finds that Obama's statements about his executive orders are misleading.
Sen. Marco Rubio continues to back away from the amnesty bill he helped write and push through the Senate in 2013.
As expected, ObamaCare is forcing a reduction in the number of full-time jobs.  Congress is likely to vote this year on a bill to change the definition of full-time from 30 to 40 hours, so as to minimize the damage.
Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson  reviews the failings of the media coverage of the Intelligence Committee Report.
ObamaCare is about to hit small businesses even harder in the new year.
William Jacobson reviews Obama's attack on the Constitution's separation of powers.
An experimental health insurance company, created under ObamaCare and loaned $145 million by the Federal government, is now on the brink of bankruptcy.


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