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The Cures Act will help improve, modernize our mental health system

The United States is the world leader in medical innovation. With the passage Wednesday of the 21st Century Cures Act, the House demonstrated its commitment to this cause and gave hope to the millions of Americans and their loved ones who need it most. Cures incorporates important provisions that take steps to ensure people who

The Lost Art of Congressional Oversight

Bob Barr, Looking back on Monday night’s first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, you easily could conclude that there is no problem they couldn’t solve. They promised to defeat ISIS, create millions of jobs, and bring prosperity and happiness to all. That is, if you were willing to give them your vote.

Hillary’s Campaign to Lower Drug Costs Is a Downer No Happy Pill Can Fix

Devon Herrick,  Drug prices have become a campaign issue accompanied by a plethora of bad ideas. Spending on prescription drugs has grown tremendously over the past few decades, mainly due to the increase in the number of diseases and conditions treated using drug therapy. The truth is: most drugs are dirt cheap! Only a small

Despite Gun Control Rhetoric, Obama Arms Federal Civilian Agencies More Than Ever

Circa News | Kellen Howell $4.7 million in high-powered weapons, ammunition and military gear during the last decade. The U.S. Agriculture Department’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service doesn’t seem like a Wild West sort of federal agency since its biologists mostly check on the human health impact of animal and plant species. But it