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The city cannot try to scare smokers by requiring grotesque images of diseased lungs and decaying teeth at stores that sell cigarettes because the federal government gets to decide how to warn people about the dangers of smoking tobacco, an appeals court ruled Tuesday.
In November 2010, I was sent to Congress on a wave of discontent with President Obama and his hyperpartisan, hard-left agenda. With this clear repudiation behind him and a Republican House majority suddenly standing before him, Mr. Obama was handed an opportunity to adjust course and reclaim the confidence of the American electorate.
An appeals court said New York City cannot try to scare smokers by requiring grotesque images of diseased lungs and decaying gums at stores that sell cigarettes. It said the federal government gets to decide how to warn people about the dangers of smoking tobacco.
A coalition of conservation groups is suing the federal government over its approval of oil spill response plans for an Arctic Ocean drilling program.
They're young, healthy and flat broke _ and now the government says they have to buy thousands of dollars' worth of medical insurance. What should tapped-out twentysomethings do?
His state is home to the highest percentage of uninsured Americans in the country, but Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Monday rejected the Medicaid expansion in President Obama's health care law, saying it would be too expensive in the long run and give the federal government too much sway in state affairs.
Can the Internal Revenue Service police President Barack Obama's health care mandate while simultaneously collecting all the taxes for running the federal government?
Obamacare, in its effort to force everyone into a health insurance plan, is attempting to treat a symptom - the uninsured - rather than the cause of the problem.
A chorus of prominent conservative voices is worrying aloud that Republican candidate Mitt Romney's play-it-safe strategy is jeopardizing his chance to win the presidency.