OSP Opposes U.S. Department of Labor’s Proposal to Abandon The “Independent Contractor Rule”
The new Department of Labor rule, if finalized, would be more complicated and confusing, and would hinder economic opportunities for independent contractors.
OSP Opposes CMS's Proposed "Streamlining Medicaid Eligibility" Rule
Today, Opportunity Solutions Project (OSP) publicly commented on a proposed rule by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Comment on Proposed Streamlining Medicaid Eligibility Rule
The proposed rule unilaterally coerces states to artificially maximize Medicaid enrollment by prohibiting critical program integrity and eligibility verification processes.
A cleaner ballot
Issue 2 has the chance to raise the standard for important policy decisions here in Arkansas and make it a little more difficult for billionaires from out of state to open the checkbook to pass their pet policies.
West Virginia is Leading the Way With S.B. 262
S.B. 262 stops out-of-state bankers from bullying West Virginia into using tax dollars against the interests of the people who paid them.
Virginia Lawmakers Pass Bill that Informs Students of Post-Graduate Opportunities
Last week, the Virginia General Assembly passed bipartisan legislation that will allow Virginia high school students to make more informed decisions about their education and professional futures.
OSP Applauds the Virginia General Assembly for Protecting State Elections from Third-Party Funding
This week, the Virginia General Assembly passed commonsense, bipartisan reform to protect future state elections from the influence of out-of-state billionaires by banning private funding of non-partisan election offices.
Will Democrats learn from early election results?
When the Washington Post reports that the Democratic Party is facing a " Superstorm "…
Medicaid expansion is a bad deal for North Carolina
As the Biden administration tries to sidestep states refusing to expand Medicaid, all eyes are…
West Virginia Voters Weigh In on Child Tax Credits and Work Requirements
In West Virginia, nearly 60% of Republicans and Independents oppose advance Child Tax Credit payments.
Mississippi Voters On the Issues
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Idaho Voters on the Issues
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