Senator Makes New Push for Senior Safe Act
The bill is designed to prevent the financial exploitation of seniors by training and granting immunity to financial professionals.
ACA repeal efforts are off to a disappointing start
"Get that thing away from me!" is not a great health policymaking strategy.
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Wells Fargo CEO Takes Beating as Lawmakers Demand Accountability
Warren says Wells Fargo's Stumpf should resign, face criminal investigation over opening of 2 million accounts without clients' permission.
Why Congress needs to vote again on Zika funding
The authors say Republicans should delete the deal-killer provisions from the emergency funding bill.
Obama says Zika vaccine is likely if Congress funds research
A Senate version of the Zika bill could block funding for Planned Parenthood clinics.
Senator Urges State Regulators to Support Senior$afe Act
Sen. Susan Collins noted GAO findings that America’s seniors lose $2.9 billion each year to scams and financial exploitation.
Yellen doesn't rule out negative rates in letter to Congressman
Yellen notes in the letter that many economic downturns have not necessitated extraordinary monetary policy tools.
Dr. Zwelling prescribes: 5 cures for congressional health policy paralysis
The Houston cancer researcher spent a year on Capitol Hill and saw plenty of alarming symptoms.
House Speaker Ryan: DOL Fiduciary Rule Could Block 7 Million IRAs From Advice
Rep. Paul Ryan tweeted Monday that "up to 7 million IRAs wouldn’t qualify for advice" under the DOL rule and vowed to stop it.