Trump’s motivation combined with some degree of real agreement on policy issues suggest that lawmakers could find a way to craft legislation aimed at controlling drug prices. But there are still plenty of reasons to think the effort will go nowhere.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s drug pricing scheme slaps government price controls on Medicare Parts B and D, financially punishes any drug manufacturer that cannot accept the government-imposed price, and puts Washington’s financial interests before the well-being of actual patients.
The moon is the proving ground. Mars is the destination," Jim Bridenstine said of the 2024 target to put men and women on the lunar surface.
This is hands-down the best piece I have ever read.
Ethanol has become the epitome of the Washington "swamp." Blending corn-based ethanol into our gasoline no longer improves national security, and environmentalists increasingly agree it’s not environmentally friendly.
It's time to adapt to the era of mass shootings. And once we have secured our public and private spaces against the deranged, we can start trying to address root causes.
“The cost of complying with the Obama methane regulations are a rounding error to major companies but are a significant burden to smaller, more entrepreneurial companies, and we need both," said Tom Giovanetti. “The real solution is for Congress to pass legislation that creates predictability with these environmental regulations.”
A new IPI publication says the revived effort to legalize the importation of prescription drugs has bipartisan support, but the practice remains just as dangerous as ever, since the lawmakers who hope to benefit from the scheme’s political expediency simply cannot guarantee the safety of imported drugs.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine will visit Dallas on Friday, September 13, to highlight NASA’s mission to return to the Moon and enable human exploration of Mars in keynote remarks before the Institute for Policy Innovation’s Sumners Distinguished Lecture Series.
The licensing of intellectual property is put at risk by absurd outcomes like the HouseCanary verdict.