WASHINGTON -- Chris Chocola, president of the Club for Growth, recently said his conservative advocacy group's "effectiveness lies in our uncompromising adherence to our mission," which is to promote lower government spending, lower taxes and less regulation. "Our job is not to elect Republicans; that's not what we do," he said.
Govt Medical College Coming up in Sikkim Chief minister Pawan Chamling yesterday announced that the Sikkim government would set up the first medical college in the state at Lower Sichey near here so that students aspiring to become doctors didn't have to go to other states for study. "Today on the occasion of Children's Day I would like to announce that my government will set up a medical college in Sikkim. Many children go out of the state to fulfil their dream of becoming doctors. But…
By Andrea Schulman One thing that I’ve noticed over the years is that sometimes my habits have caused me to get into a low energy state. For example, perhaps I’ve been feeling down in the dumps about something, so I’ll sit or lay down a lot, lower my rate of productivity and generally... #energy
A relaxing of the one-child policy will allow two children in a family when just one parent is an only child, but the cost of child-rearing has given some couples pause. Despite the most recent regulatory changes, China’s baby bureaucracy remains invasive, evidence of the state’s grip on all aspects of life, beginning in the womb. To ensure their baby is born legally, Chinese couples still need a government-issued “family planning service certificate,” which often takes months to obtain.
WASHINGTON -- Wealthier households benefit significantly more than lower earners from big tax breaks such as deductions for mortgage interest and charitable giving, the government said in a study Wednesday. More than half the benefits of 10 major tax breaks go to the one-fifth of U.S. households at the top of the income scale, according to the Congressional Budget Office.