Bloomberg  45 min ago  Comment 
Some Republicans Seek to Block Obama Immigration Orders A group of House and Senate Republicans want to use spending legislation to block President Barack Obama from easing...
MarketWatch  4 hrs ago  Comment 
President Barack Obama gets closer to a final decision on immigration orders, some Republicans want to use a spending bill to block Obama on immigration, and the White House takes a ‘dim view’ of bills approving the Keystone pipeline.
Yahoo  7 hrs ago  Comment 
Republicans controlling the House are divided over whether to fund the government for a couple of months past a December deadline to maintain leverage over President Barack Obama on immigration or to pass ...
Reuters  Nov 12  Comment 
As President Barack Obama's vow to act on immigration brings the contentious issue back to the public eye, one company is betting that U.S. visa services will remain a...
Financial Times  Nov 11  Comment 
Immigration restrictions are a worry for Israeli tech companies  Nov 11  Comment 
Immigration contract is insulating UK outsourcing company, whose shares have collapsed over losses from other contracts Profits from running Australias immigration detention centres have been substantially propping up the finances of UK...
New York Times  Nov 10  Comment 
If immigration courts have their way, the ranks of the deported will include two Salvadoran generals who were defense ministers in the 1980s, blood-soaked years in that country.
Financial Times  Nov 9  Comment 
Action has potential to scuttle bipartisan collaboration with Republicans
New York Times  Nov 8  Comment 
If developed economies are to keep thriving, they’ll need more people. Two paths to that goal are immigration reform and family-friendly working conditions.


A lot. More today than a year ago.Because of Obamacare, no company in America ofefrs stand alone children's health insurance.Why? Obamacare dictates that it is guaranteed issue, without rate ups, regardless of health. Therefore, there is no reason to purchase it until there is a claim needing to be paid.That's not health insurance. That's a confiscatory tax on health insurance companies. Fortunately, they aren't slaves yet, so they exercised the F U clause in the contract with the purple bellies from Washington and just refused to do business where they are guaranteed to lose money.How do you fix the problem of un- and under-insured? By making health insurance affordable.How do you make it affordable? By removing ALL government mandates, loser pays tort reform, encouraging competition between providers (enforce existing anti-trust laws), eliminate the AMA monopoly on billing codes, and eliminate the connection between employment and health insurance.Do these things and we'll see health insurance cost less than auto insurance. More people will be covered, more people will be healthy.

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