Goodbye, Mr. SCHIPs

September 28, 2007 | 5 Comments

Last week our Congress took an important step in expanding health care coverage for those who are most vulnerable: Children. The expanded program in question is SCHIP (State Children’s Health Insurance Program), a bipartisan initiative that was created in 1997 to insure children in families with incomes too high to receive Medicaid, but too low […]

Surprise! The office of the Vice President is not part of the executive. Or perhaps not. But this is the startling constitutional argument being put forth by the Vice President in an effort to avoid compliance with an executive order which requires all “agencies and any other entity” of the executive branch to report the […]

During the investigation of U.S. Attorney firing procedures, the electronic communications infrastructure at the White House has been intensely scrutinized. Many of the White House insiders, such as Karl Rove’s former assistant Susan Ralston, have been using private political domain accounts and even AOL accounts to exchange information. Instead of sending and receiving E-mails from […]

SOTU

January 24, 2007 | 5 Comments

The State of the ACS Blog? It only works if you use it. After hibernating through a relaxing winter break, the ACS blog is back just in time to weigh in on tonight’s State of the Union address from President Bush. Feel free to chime in with comments, or send along a blog post featuring […]

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