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For too long, conversations about costly climate change regulations in California have been occurring without robust dialogue of stakeholders and decision-makers.
Thousands of foreign-trained immigrant physicians are living in the United States with lifesaving skills that are going unused because they stumbled over one of the many hurdles in the path toward becoming a licensed doctor here.
The number of federal workers forced to work shorter hours soared this summer to 199,000 in July, from 55,000 a year earlier in a sign of the problems that federal budget policy is causing for the economy.
Dan Morain got it wrong on the oil severance tax ("Calculating the profits, pitfalls of an oil tax, May 1). Like other Capitol insiders, he is laboring under the notion that an oil severance tax is a free lunch. It's not. It's a hug...
The U.S. economy sped up in the first quarter of this year, with output expanding at an annualized pace of 2.5 percent, according to a Commerce Department report released Friday.
On behalf of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, I wish to thank The Bee for the excellent column on the dangers of, and challenges to, controlling mosquito-borne diseases ("Crossing Borders/Malaria," March 24).
U.S. employers have a variety of job vacancies, piles of cash and countless well-qualified candidates. But despite a slowly improving economy, many companies remain reluctant to actually hire, stringing job applicants along for weeks or months b...
Young graduates are in debt, out of work and on their parents' couches. People in their 30s and 40s can't afford to buy homes or have children. Retirees are earning near-zero interest on their savings.
Lawmakers need to overhaul the tax code completely to reduce the "significant, even unconscionable, burden" placed on taxpayers just to file a tax return, the Internal Revenue Service's ombudsman told Congress on Wednesday.
President Barack Obama's insistence that marginal tax rates rise for families making more than $250,000 has convinced millions of affluent Americans that they are likely to be writing larger checks to the government next year.