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Under Obamacare, Small Business Owner Forced to Get Rid of Health Care Benefits or Face Fine Up to $500K

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By Melissa Quinn / /at The Daily Signal

Melissa Quinn is a senior news reporter for The Daily Signal.

An IRS rule prohibiting small businesses from reimbursing health care costs for employees under Obamacare has hurt small businesses, including Thomas Kunkel’s. (Photo: Paul Hennessy/Polaris/Newscom)

 

When Maryland business owner Thomas Kunkel first learned about the Affordable Care Act, he was excited about the prospect of the new health care law.

“From the small business standpoint, it was actually one of the first times I felt like a bit of a social program might actually benefit a small business,” he told The Daily Signal. “Usually it’s the opposite.”

Kunkel owns Full House Marketing and Print in Edgewood, Maryland, and employs

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House Advances Petri Bill to Ease Adoptions in Pennsylvania

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June 14, 2016

House Advances Petri Bill to Ease Adoptions in Pennsylvania

Measure would shorten time to revoke consent

HARRISBURG – By a unanimous vote, the House Children and Youth Committee today approved legislation sponsored by Rep. Scott Petri that would make it easier for those seeking to adopt a child to do so in Pennsylvania.

 

House Bill 1526 would reduce the amount of time birth parents have to revoke consent for an adoption from 30 days to 14 days after a birth mother gives her formal consent. Petri’s bill originally sought to reduce the consent revocation period to five days, but it was amended in committee to allow birth parents two weeks

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State Senator Scott Wagner’s Weekly Wrap-Up

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In this Edition: Liquor Modernization Bill Signed by the Governor Bills Sent to Governor for Enactment into Law Senate Acts to Protect Energy Jobs Exelon Announces Plans to Renew Peach Bottom Operating License Bills Approved by the Senate and Sent to House Committee Approves Measure to Increase Education for Opioid Prescribing Committee Round-Up Next Week Liquor Modernization Bill Signed by the Governor

The Governor signed into law Wednesday legislation that provides for modernization of our antiquated liquor system.

House Bill 1690 provides many changes that increase customer convenience, including:

Allowing grocery stores that sell beer, licensed restaurants, and hotels to sell up to four bottles of wine per customer.

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The Left’s Not-So-Secret Agenda for Bailing Out Union Pensions

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By Rachel Greszler /at The Daily Signal

Unions—not Congress or taxpayers—made promises that they cannot keep and the unions—not taxpayers—must be held accountable for those promises. (Photo: iStock Photo)

Rachel Greszler is a senior policy analyst in economics and entitlements at The Heritage Foundation’s Center for Data Analysis.

 

The administration and congressional Democrats are teaming up to force a taxpayer bailout of private unions’ underfunded and over-promised pension benefits.

On May 6, the Treasury Department rejected a plan by the Central State Teamsters trucking union to reduce some of its pension benefits to prevent the plan from going belly up within a decade. And on May 25, Senate Democrats sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell calling for

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Standing with Taxpayers–Senator Mike Folmer Reports

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State Senator Mike Folmer

48th Senatorial District

www.senatorfolmer.com

Contacts: Fred Sembach

Fallon Binner

717-787-5708

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Consider the many federal, state, county, and municipal taxes and fees we pay, which include: taxes on amusements, capital gains, cigarettes, corporations, earned income, services, estates, gas, liquor, sales, per capita, personal income, personal property, property, realty transfers, Social Security, telephone calls, utilities, and unemployment.

License fees include: building permits, dog licenses, fishing licenses, government late fees and penalties, hunting licenses, marriage licenses, parking meter fees, professional license fees, speeding tickets, traffic fines, vehicle and boat registration fees.

Additional costs arise from a myriad of government regulations, such as: zoning, state and local building codes, restrictions on the amount

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These 7 Short Videos Clear Up Myths About Air Pollution

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By Video Team /at The Daily Signal

The Texas Public Policy Foundation’s videos explain how the EPA’s new power plan will hurt the American consumer and do little to combat global climate change. (Photo: Justin Lane/EPA/Newscom)

 

The Texas Public Policy Foundation came out with a series of short videos addressing myths about air pollution and the effects of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan.

The plan was first proposed by the EPA in 2014 and the final version was unveiled by President Barack Obama in August 2015. In February, the Supreme Court issued a stay on the plan until the D.C. Circuit Court of Appealsmakes a decision on a 27-state lawsuit.

“Our series of short videos about the EPA’s

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BREAKING NEWS on the BATHROOM BILLS:

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BREAKING NEWS on the BATHROOM BILLS:

NEW DEVELOPMENTS, ACTION EXPECTED IN BOTHHOUSE & SENATE.

 

IN THE SENATE:

 

A handful of State Senate Republicans are looking to advance Gov. Tom Wolf’s top policy agenda (SB 974), which would have serious implications for personal privacy and safety, and religious freedom.

We’ve been warning you about SB 974, “The Bathroom Bill” which would open women’s bathrooms, showers, dressing rooms & dorms to men and boys that self-identify otherwise. Calls and emails from folks like you have stalled that bill.

 

However, well-funded out of state special interest groups and powerful lobbyists continue to push, and the latest

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State Rep Justin Simmons Weekly Report

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact The Weekly Roundup Friday, June 10, 2016 The latest news from the State Capitol Changes Coming to PA’s Liquor System

Consumers will see changes in the way alcohol is sold in Pennsylvania under legislation passed by the House and signed by the governor this week. The legislation is also expected to generate up to $150 million in much-needed state revenue.

Act 39 will give consumers more options, including wine in grocery stores and six-pack shops sometime this fall, expanded Sunday and holiday

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