As Democratic candidates debate Obamacare and Medicare for All, Americans say their biggest concerns are cutting health-care and drug costs

2020-02-20

It didn’t take long for the candidates at Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential primary debate to turn their attention to health care. Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent, said that he would never sign a bill that would reduce benefits enjoyed by Las Vegas’s powerful culinary union. The union has expressedRead More →

James Carville is ‘scared to death’ the Democratic presidential hopefuls won’t fulfill their ‘one moral imperative’

2020-02-07

James Carville’s famed Clinton-era catch phrase “It’s the economy, stupid,” was meant to serve as a constant reminder to the 1992 presidential campaign he managed to center its appeal to voters on the premise that widespread economic dissatisfaction would be remedied under the leadership of Bill Clinton. Twenty-eight years later,Read More →

Democratic lawmaker presses antitrust enforcers on company ties, settlements By Reuters

2020-01-07

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The chair of the U.S. House of Representatives antitrust subcommittee pressed top regulators on Tuesday over merger decisions, including the Justice Department’s approval of T-Mobile US Inc’s (O:) proposed purchase of Sprint Corp (N:). Congressman David Cicilline raised antitrust questions as activists and Democratic presidential candidates areRead More →