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(The Center Square) – A new proposed rule change to expand railroad regulations without any safety justification “prioritizes politics over sound, data-driven safety policy,” industry experts argue. If implemented, they warn, increased regulatory burdens could drive up shipping costs when consumers already are grappling with 40-year-high inflationary price increases.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden signed a $280 billion bill on Tuesday that aims to help the U.S. compete with China by investing billions of taxpayer dollars into domestic semiconductor production.
WASHINGTON - More than $52 Billion will be allocated to the CHIPS and Science Act if signed by President Biden today.
(The Center Square) – Rather than impose higher taxes and more restrictions on domestic production of oil and natural gas, as Senate Democrats voted to do by passing the Inflation Reduction Act, those in the industry proposed 10 actions policy makers can take right now to reduce costs. The industry says its solutions won’t cost taxpayers $740 billion, as the Inflation Reduction Act does, or increase the national debt or inflation, as 230 economists have warned the act will do.
(The Center Square) – Senate Democrats’ recently passed $740 billion health care and climate legislation has taken criticism on many fronts, but critics are raising the alarm that a major increase in IRS auditing to fund the bill will hit small businesses hard.
(The Center Square) – Generic drug manufacturers oppose Democrats’ bill allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices.
(The Center Square) – The U.S. Senate on Sunday passed a $740 billion new taxing and spending bill that seeks to combat climate change and allow the government to control the price of prescription medications, among other things.
Instagram star Celeste Barber wants to make people laugh by "taking the p***" out of celebrities and is able to "cut through" industry standards with her material.
(The Center Square) – Wyoming recently ranked 32nd in CNBC's annual list of top states for businesses.