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House Energy and Commerce Leaders Demand Accountability in Medicaid

House Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Subcommittee on Health Chair Brett Guthrie (R-KY), and Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations Chair Morgan Griffith (R-VA) showed strong leadership on an issue that deserves national attention: runaway spending and improper payments in Medicaid. Read more...

  • Welfare Program Integrity

Election Reforms States Should Consider Before 2024

We’re roughly one year out from another major election. After the 2020 election raised several questions, states across the country took action to put safeguards in place to protect election integrity and restore trust. Read more...

  • Ensuring Fair and Transparent Elections

Mississippi Medicaid Expansion Would Be a Big Mistake

Mississippi is under tremendous pressure by activists on the Left to expand Medicaid under ObamaCare in the state. Read more...

  • Medicaid Expansion
Halloween stories

Halloween Horror Stories and How States Can Be the Heroes

Forget vampires and slasher flicks—what’s really scaring us this year is what we’re seeing come out of America’s cities and the Biden bureaucracy. From freaky elections to indoctrination in the classroom, there are terrifying tales heard all around the country. But state leaders can be the heroes, saving us from the nasty policy monsters hiding underneath our beds. Read more...

Sooner Rather Than Later: How Oklahoma Is Winning the Fight Over ESG

This month, two Oklahoma leaders made headlines in the ongoing fight against ESG (environmental, social, and governance) investing, the politically motivated scheme that puts Oklahoma’s economy in the crosshairs. Read more...

  • ESG
Teen work

Why Doesn’t the Left Want Teenagers to Work?

For generations, that first job for teenagers was a symbol of independence, freedom, and pending adulthood. It was a way for teenagers to support themselves and their families and take on more responsibilities as they get closer and closer to leaving the nest. Read more...

  • Empowering Teenagers Through the Power of Work
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FGA in the News: Food Stamps Aren’t for Lottery Jackpot Winners

The Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) submitted Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to all 50 states requesting information on the number of substantial (more than $4,250) lottery winners receiving food stampssince 2019. Read more...

  • Welfare Program Integrity
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Unlawful Food Stamp Increases Are Contributing to Inflation

In 2021, bureaucrats at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) bypassed Congress to unilaterally raise food stamp benefits by a whopping 27 percent—the largest increase in the program’s history. By the end of 2022, taxpayers were spending $11 billion every single month on the food stamp program—all while struggling to stay within their own grocery budgets. Read more...

  • Inflation
  • Welfare Reform

Four Ways Congress Can Help Lower Health Insurance Costs

ObamaCare disrupts insurance markets, raising premiums. A new FGA report suggests parallel risk pools and other solutions for affordable care. Read more...

  • Giving Consumers More Options for Health Coverage
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