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About PolicyBot

PolicyBot is a free online database and search engine that …

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LATEST DOCUMENTS

May 5, 2016

Supreme Court Requests Additional Briefs in ACA Employer Conscience Case

After oral arguments concluded in the most significant U.S.

May 5, 2016

Supreme Court Requests Additional Briefs in ACA Employer Conscience Case

After oral arguments concluded in the most significant U.S.

Apr 28, 2016

We Can’t Trust the Feds, Says Lamar Alexander

School Choice Weekly #135

Apr 28, 2016

Dr. Richard Armstrong: The Unintended Consequences of Medicare and Medicaid

Today's episode of the Health Care News Podcast explores the intersection of a subject we all care about--health care for the elderly and poor--and a subject we all have enc

Apr 28, 2016

Climate Regulations Don’t Limit Warming

Under questioning by Rep.

Apr 28, 2016

Missouri CON Legislation Would Increase Restrictions

Missouri lawmakers are considering bills to study the effects of certificate of need (CON) laws through 2020 and, in the interim, close a loophole for state-operated hospitals, th