President Barack Obama has pledged his support for a bipartisan bill that would grant States more flexibility in implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Arizona’s House of Representatives approved two bills on Feb. 28 that target the State’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood.
Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University have reviewed the health data of 3,100 children and adolescents and found that a deficiency in vitamin D correlates with many environmental and food allergies.
Lawmakers in Illinois are set to consider legislation that would allow citizens to carry concealed handguns. Currently, the Prairie State and Wisconsin are the only two States that don’t have conceal carry laws.
Police in Kentucky have reported that a tornado swept through the Bluegrass State on Feb. 28, destroying three homes and causing major flash floods. According to the National Weather Service, four tornadoes touched down in Western Kentucky late last week.
Research that was recently published in The Journal of Nutrition suggests that eating pecans may help lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol due to the nut’s antioxidant properties.
Georgia lawmakers have moved one step closer to passing legislation that targets illegal immigration in the workplace.
The Federal government’s growing debt is the biggest threat to long-term economic growth, according to a panel of economists.
With a Federal government shutdown looming, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has another plan in mind: shut down legal brothels in his home State.
In protest of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s budget proposal, a total of 14 Democratic legislators have fled the state, many teachers have abandoned their classrooms and tens of thousands of Americans have convened at the State House, with some people even sleeping inside the building.