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A fascism expert points out this was also a message used by former dictator Benito Mussolini.
A Republican senator has reintroduced the Strong Families Act, which would provide tax credits to employers who offer paid family leave.
And this prediction comes from experts with no love for Obamacare.
On wages, their rejection of even the concept of a minimum wage shows that Republicans don't care if employers engage in a race to the bottom. Five bucks an hour isn't good enough for you? They'll just find someone else. I thought we'd settled that question during the Great Depression.
Far from killing jobs, this policy would create jobs and protect lives. When House Speaker John Boehner asks, "Where are the jobs?", advocates of market-based emissions-reduction policies can point to this study and say, "Right here!"
The denial of a path to citizenship is an insult to these people. It's a denial of their struggles, of their aspirations, and of their desires to be American. And they, and their friends, relatives, and allies, will accept nothing less than a full path (no matter how challenging) to citizenship.
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On Friday I was one of three witnesses to testify before a House committee hearing on whether the cost of health insurance will be higher or lower for people who cannot obtain it through their employer when important provisions of the Affordable Care Act go into effect in a few months.
Of course, both the Romney and Obama campaigns say the other is the problem. "In 2008, the coverage was about what I said
Officials in Washington have, so far, largely accepted the recommendations of Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who has identified