U.S. Reps. Bob Latta (R-OH), Buddy Carter (R-GA), and Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) recently led 22 of their Republican colleagues in raising “deep concerns” over the rise of terrorist and antisemitic content on TikTok following the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack on Israel.
“Since this terrorist attack, disinformation related to the conflict has run rampant on your platform, stoking… Read more »
Today, Rep. Jim Banks (IN-03) and Rep. Larry Bucshon, M.D. (IN-08) returned from visiting Indiana National Guard troops at Camp Simba in Manda Bay, Kenya, over Veterans Day weekend.
The delegation also visited with U.S. forces at Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti. Over 130 Indiana National Guardsmen serve in the Horn of Africa as part of Task Force Tomahawk, a counterterrorism… Read more »
Free nations, Dwight Eisenhower observed, “must stand together or they shall fall separately.”
Bad actors who bully their neighbors, redraw borders unilaterally and topple democracies resemble a contagion that grows and spreads. Unchecked, their aggression emboldens other foes of freedom and triggers ever more destabilizing conflicts, evidenced by the recent Hamas terrorist attacks… Read more »
A bevy of bills aimed at modernizing, cost cutting and streamlining the permitting process for advanced nuclear reactors recently received endorsement by a congressional subcommittee, in part due to the long and arduous process related to a project with ties to Utah.
C3, an online magazine put out by the Conservative Coalition for Climate Solutions, flagged the bills, including two… Read more »
Physicians next year can expect a 3.4% drop in the conversion factor that determines their base Medicare pay, according to federal officials, but they also will receive more money for primary care and treating complex conditions.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on Thursday released its 2024 final physician fee schedule, triggering renewed concerns from… Read more »
WASHINGTON, DC – With the election of a new House Speaker behind them and a jam-packed schedule facing them in the days and weeks ahead, U.S. Reps. Frank Lucas (OK-03) and Larry Bucshon, M.D. (IN-08) appeared yesterday morning before a breakfast meeting of The Ripon Society to discuss the state of the House Republican Conference and the legislative agenda for the remainder of the… Read more »
HENDERSON, Ky. (WEHT) – Following their decisions to vote for House Resolution 6126, the Israel Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, Republican Representatives Brett Guthrie (KY-02) and Dr. Larry Bucshon (IN-08) released statements confirming their support to provide defense funding for Israel following last month’s attack by Hamas terrorists.
“House Republicans will continue to… Read more »
Community health centers stand on the front lines of healthcare delivery. Centers like ours are more than just medical facilities — they are vital lifelines in our state’s healthcare infrastructure that play a pivotal role in ensuring every Hoosier, regardless of their socioeconomic background, has access to quality healthcare.
Much of this work is made possible by a little known federal… Read more »
The decreasing value of Medicare reimbursements for physicians has caught the attention of a group of doctors in Congress. Our Heath Care Group explains how draft legislation would stabilize the Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) before patients lose access to health care.
The Provider Reimbursement Stability Act would reform the PFS in several ways
Low Medicare reimbursement could… Read more »
In May, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced proposed rules to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from new and existing power plants. Our modeling at American Experiment found these strict regulations would cause massive rolling blackouts in America’s heartland by forcing reliable, abundant forms of traditional U.S. energy — like coal and natural gas — out of… Read more »