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Nike pulls a shoe, so Arizona pulls Nike subsidies

by Jack Stewart Jul 2, 2019
Government incentives and politics don't always mix.
Nike canceled the sale of a sneaker with a Betsy Ross flag on its heel. That flag’s been co-opted by far-right groups.  Above, a Nike store in 2017 in New York City.
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Pennsylvania weighs nuclear subsidies after Three Mile Island

by Miles Bryan May 20, 2019
The nuclear power plant will be "retired" at the end of September, but the state wants to support the four remaining plants.
Steam rises out of the nuclear plant on Three Mile Island  in Middletown, Pennsylvania on March 26, 2019.
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Congress closes in on a final farm bill

by Kimberly Adams Dec 12, 2018
Lawmakers in the House and Senate have reached a bipartisan agreement on a nearly $900 billion bill. To get there, House Republicans backed off demands to increase work requirements for people receiving food assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.…

To fix Obamacare, look back at another health care battle

by Dan Gorenstein Sep 6, 2017
Medicare Advantage was once in jeopardy, too. But then Congress stepped in.
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Who scores the GOP's revised health plan and its costs?

by Adam Allington Mar 7, 2017
The Congressional Budget Office figures the price of new legislation and tries to predict behavioral changes.
 Tom Price, U.S. secretary of Health and Human Services, compares a copy of the Affordable Care Act, right, and a copy of the new House Republican health care bill at the White House daily press briefing.
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A broadband subsidy that could help narrow the "digital divide"

by Molly Wood Apr 4, 2016
The FCC's $9.25 subsidy will open up broadband access to more low-income households.
A $9.25 broadband subsidy could help with issues related to digital inequality. 
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Most aid to families goes to working families

by Scott Tong Apr 13, 2015
A majority of Americans who use certain aid programs are from working families.

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Big change to farm subsidies

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Mar 11, 2015
Taxpayers are on the hook after changes in the Farm Bill

Tracing the Obamacare subsidy

by Dan Gorenstein Mar 3, 2015
Insurance subsidies are central to the legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act.

The South is more likely to hand out corporate subsidies

by Adam Ragusea Jun 2, 2014
The Atlanta Braves' new stadium will be funded in large part by taxpayer dollars.