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A huge majority of Americans want a $15 minimum wage, but they waver after hearing its economic impact
Most respondents in a new INSIDER poll back raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, but they waver when learning more of its impact.
A government report found that if the US raised the minimum wage to $15 an hour it would eliminate 1.3 million jobs — but also lift 1.3 million ...
Raising the federal minimum wage would cut 1.3 million jobs from the American economy but also lift an equal number of Americans out of poverty.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin doubled down on a claim about the tax bill that almost every independent group says is wrong
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin claimed that the new GOP tax law would "pay for itself" during an interview Tuesday. The only problem is that every analysis, even those done by the Trump administration, shows the law will add to the federal debt.
A new report says Trump’s attempt to ‘repeal’ Obamacare might fizzle because too many Americans like their Obamacare plan
The GOP's repeal of Obamacare's individual mandate won't be as damaging as previously thought and part of the reason is because people will want to stick with their Obamacare plans.
A new report says the Trump tax law will boost economic growth — just probably not where Trump wants it
President Donald Trump said the tax law would boost Americans workers, but much of the benefit will go to foreign investors, according to a CBO report.
The Republican tax law will likely save the government billions on a crucial child healthcare program — but Congress still can’t make a de...
The Congressional Budget Office estimates that an extension of the Children's Health Insurance Program would cost the government $800 million over 10 years.
The Congressional Budget Office found that the bipartisan Alexander-Murray Obamacare bill would save the government money but not change the insurance coverage.
The CBO says the newest Republican healthcare bill would leave ‘millions’ more without health insurance
The Congressional Budget Office said the Graham-Cassidy bill would save enough against the federal deficit to move forward but gave little other detail.
A new analysis says 21 million more people would have no insurance under the new GOP healthcare bill
A new study by the Brookings Institution estimated that 21 million more Americans would be without insurance in 2026 compared with the current system.
The Congressional Budget Office will release a score for the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson healthcare bill, but it will be missing insurance coverage numbers.