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December 22, 2015

Sticking with what's not working doesn't make sense

Flying to or through NYC this holiday season? If so, you could be forgiven  for anticipating delays. Maybe even lengthy ones.

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NextGen, air traffic control, ATC, airplanes
December 21, 2015

Congress took an important step for employees and employers alike with its passing of an omnibus spending bill and tax extenders legislation. With a suspension of the 40 percent tax on high-value health care benefit plans, the House and Senate prevented the higher costs and more limited benefits...

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medical device tax, Affordable Care Act, health care, Cadillac tax
December 18, 2015

As Congress wraps up business for 2015, it's recording major, pro-growth successes in the omnibus spending bill and the tax extenders legislation. From the lifting the ban on oil exports to a variety of renewed and even permanent tax provisions, members of Congress have stepped up on behalf of U...

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tax extenders, medical device tax, omnibus spending bill, Cadillac tax
December 14, 2015

Given the recent terrorist attacks, this week’s presidential debates in Las Vegas and Manchester, N.H., will undoubtedly focus on national security. That’s as it should be: Defense of the United States and its people is an explicit constitutional responsibility of the president, and America...

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Economic Growth, Economy, growth, Jobs
December 10, 2015

With Every Student Succeeds Act Signed into Law, It’s Time to Get to Work

On Thursday morning, President Obama signed into law the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), which...

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Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Every Student Succeeds Act, K-12 Education

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Business leaders are committed to working with government to foster a healthy business climate that creates opportunity for everyone in the U.S. We have identified attainable targets that will produce real, sustainable growth for our country.

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