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Federal bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes said on Tuesday that Detroit can possibly cut pensions for city workers as part of its bankruptcy proceedings, despite a Michigan constitutional provision that prevents such actions.
Lyle Denniston looks at how IRS has begun exploring a broad new policy on the role of tax-exempt organizations and their election campaign spending.
The price you pay for items bought on the Internet could be heading up, after the U.S. Supreme Court decided on Monday to stay out of a fight over adding Internet sales taxes to consumer purchases.
Lawrence O. Gostin from Georgetown University looks at seven claims critical of Michael Bloomberg’s health policy decisions as New York’s mayor, and why elected officials should be held accountable for the health of their inhabitants.
How much should the federal government be involved in controlling how states produce their own energy, and supply energy to their citizens? That complex question has constitutional and political questions that remain open as energy problems become more complex.