If only our legislators would REPEAL ONE LAW PER DAY!
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“That government is best which governs least.” Thomas Paine

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Go away EPA & DOE - Idaho Senate kills much-debated energy rebate

It is a start-

Idaho Senate kills much-debated energy rebate

Lobbyists for wind energy companies stood in shocked disbelief Thursday after the Idaho Senate killed a measure to extend a sales tax rebate for alternative energy. The expected deal had been hashed out between lawmakers, utilities and wind developers in closed-door negotiations that dominated the final month of the 2011 Legislature.

The stunning 18-17 vote killed what would have given alternative energy developers — including geothermal, digester gas and irrigation-canal hydroelectric projects — a 6 percent break through 2014. Also, the action affects 18 wind projects in their advanced stages that would have sought to qualify for the tax break, which will now expire June 30.

Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://washingtonexaminer.com/news/2011/04/senate-kills-energy-rebate-dominated-session?

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Every Bit Helps - Keep On - Congress votes to repeal small part of health law

Congress votes to repeal small part of health law | The Daily Caller - Breaking News, Opinion, Research, and Entertainment

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress sent the White House its first rollback of last year’s health care law Tuesday, a bipartisan repeal of a burdensome tax reporting requirement that’s widely unpopular with businesses. Even President Barack Obama is eager to see it gone.

The Senate voted 87 to 12 to repeal the filing requirement, which would have forced millions of businesses to file tax forms for every vendor selling them more than $600 in goods each year, starting in 2012. The filing requirement is unrelated to health care. However, it would have been used to pay for part of the new health law.

Republicans hope it is the first of many such bills, resulting in the entire health care law being scrapped. Democrats say the bill is part of an inevitable tinkering that will be needed to improve the health measure.

“I just saw this as something that never should have been in the health care law,” said Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb., who sponsored the repeal bill in the Senate.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/04/05/senate-to-vote-to-repeal-small-part-of-health-law/#ixzz1Ig9bgSn5

Now REPEAL the rest of this Socialist Catastrophe!