Yes, and it's only going to get cheaper.
The former vice president's vision of an all-powerful government goes far beyond massive spending and tax hikes.
Joe Biden's Economic Policies Would Cost the Economy 4.9 Million Jobs by 2030, According to a New Study
The Democratic presidential candidate has promised not to raise taxes on middle-income earners. That's not the full story.
Enforcement is supposed to be about protecting "consumer welfare." Overturning that goal would be bad for all of us.
Infection Rates in Neighborhoods With Low Voter Turnout, Many Bars, Few Trees Could Slow California's Reopening Under New 'Equity Metric'
California's new approach to combating coronavirus layers on yet more requirements for counties looking to reopen businesses.
Two courts say COVID-19 lockdowns in Michigan and Pennsylvania were unconstitutional.
A new working paper argues that car seat laws are discouraging moms from having a third child.
How did California's housing shortage happen and why is it so intractable?
House Bill 1193 loosened or abolished rules governing more than 30 different professions.
Federal Proposal Would Expand Hair Testing of Job Applicants and Employees To Make Sure They Are Obeying Drug Prohibition
The method, which can detect drug metabolites for up to a year, does not measure impairment or recent use.
Controlled, prescribed burns can stop wildfires from spreading. Too bad they are effectively prohibited by rules like the Clean Air Act.
A week after being sued over his arbitrary COVID-19 policy, Gov. Charlie Baker says he will allow arcades to reopen.
Trump Says He Downplayed the Coronavirus Threat To Avoid 'Panic.' That Helps Explain His Policy Failures.
In interviews with Bob Woodward, the president said he knew COVID-19 was much more serious than he let on.
Today's Deadline for Seeking FDA Approval of Vaping Products Means Small Businesses Have To Pray for Bureaucratic Flexibility
The industry's fate depends on the whims of an agency charged with deciding what is "appropriate for public health."
Experts are blasting proposed federal guidelines that call for men to consume no more than one alcoholic beverage per day.
Firefighting resource shortages are caused by a legislature that is more interested in preserving union wages than in creating a firefighting system that works for the public.
Andrew Cuomo Says 4,000-Person NYPD Social-Distancing Taskforce Needed Before He'll Allow Indoor Dining in NYC
New York City restaurants have been excluded from the reopening of dining rooms in the rest of the state.
Public officials are routinely undermining the legitimacy of coronavirus countermeasures by ignoring their own (often arbitrary) rules.
In November, California voters will decide on Proposition 22, a measure would carve out a contracting exemption for independent drivers.
Patients and providers should be able to meet remotely without bureaucrats getting in the way.
The postal service stands to lose $13 billion this year. But this is an ongoing trend, not a new problem created by the coronavirus pandemic.
He Wanted To Make Some Money for School Clothes by Selling Mexican Street Corn. The Government Says He Owes $1,415 in Permit Fees.
"I just wanted to help out my community and family," said Miguel Lozano.
Will the U.S. be next?
The Federal Government's Eviction Moratorium Expires This Week. Will an Eviction 'Tsunami' Be the Result?
Democrats in Congress are floating plans for billions more in rental assistance, and a blanket nationwide moratorium on evictions to forestall a potential housing crisis during the pandemic.
Why should the responsible states bail out the irresponsible ones?
The Golden State has seen a rise in the number of new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Nashville's Metro Council repeals the city's blanket ban on home businesses servicing customers onsite.
Incentive programs for electric cars and solar panels mostly benefit those who can afford those things, while regulations that drive up the cost of energy hurt those who can't afford much to begin with.
Government growth and abuses are not challenged nearly enough.
Bay State officials expect a new ban on flavored tobacco products to benefit illegal suppliers.
How invasive questions about a stone patio permit turned into a Black Lives Matter protest
Don’t forget the unseen costs of government actions.
Rising rates of new cases and hospitalizations have seen both states' governors reverse course on reopening businesses.
There's no need to pity successful companies or grant them special deals, but state officials shouldn't be so blinded by an anti-corporate ideology that they drive businesses away, either.
Falling demand and strict social distancing requirements are leaving many restaurants with no path to profitability.
Making a living is a right, not a privilege, and should be respected as such.
We need to remove all the ways that government deters people from seeking treatment.
Regulators ought to take a scalpel to the many burdensome rules still on the books.
California County Will Allow Outdoor Social Gatherings of 12 People—and Outdoor Protests of 100 People
The phased reopenings happening around the country are becoming increasingly arbitrary.
There are problems with the UBI idea.
Millions of people out of a job and stuck at home for months is a recipe for civil unrest.
It took a crisis for policymakers to see that hundreds of rules were not worth the burdens they imposed.