Although caricatured as anti-contraception, Hobby Lobby already provides coverage for 16 of the 20 drugs mandated by Obamacare. Outside the Supreme Court yesterday, The Daily Signal asked supporters of the HHS mandate exactly what drugs or devices were in dispute.
Today, July 1, Senate Bill 229 goes into effect. As previously reported, SB 229 protects law-abiding gun owners from becoming unintentional felons by allowing legally possessed firearms to be locked in a vehicle, out of plain sight, while parked on school property. SB 229 also prohibits the use of taxpayer dollars for gun “buybacks” and removes the misguided “roaming school zone” language set to return on the books today. Senate Bill 229 was signed into law by Governor Mike Pence (R) on March 26.
Below are 10 of those laws we think are important.
The Department of Revenue has released that July’s gas tax will be $0.229 per gallon, calculated off of an average price of $3.269.
With the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently stripping the Washington Redskins of the trademark to their logo, it looks like it might be the end for the storied franchise. But what wasn’t initially reported was that the U.S. Patent Office received exactly zero complaints about the name, The Washington Times reports.
IRS attorneys will be even busier than normal next week, because another federal judge has told them to show up in court July 11 to defend the federal tax agency.
A crowd of 300 angry protestors forced three buses carrying 140 undocumented migrant children and their parents to turn around in Murrieta, California, on Tuesday after they blocked the road.
A government-contracted security force threatened to arrest doctors and nurses if they divulged any information about the contagion threat at a refugee camp housing illegal alien children at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, sources say.
Americans think sitting President Barack Obama is the nation’s worst leader since the last World War, according to a poll released this morning.
An investigation has found that an elementary school principal in Baltimore who suspended a seven-year-old boy for chewing a Pop Tart into the shape of a gun acted properly in her decision.
Facebook may have broken data protection laws when it altered the news feeds of almost 700,000 users back in 2012.
Unfortunately for Facebook, at the time the experiment was conducted the company’s policy said nothing about research — that bit was added in four months later following a wrist slap from the Federal Trade Commission for “unfair and deceptive” user privacy practices, according to Forbes.
While Americans get ready for the thousands of fireworks shows that will be occurring across the country this weekend, Republicans are warning that pending federal water regulations could ruin fireworks displays next year.
After the International Joint Commission’s warning that the Great Lakes were in serious trouble and to expect lower water levels, they’ve encountered quite the surprise.