The groups are warning that Americans are already affected by the tax in the form of higher copays and deductibles, and, if it is not repealed, it could lead to reduced healthcare coverage and other benefits.
While the National Agricultural Aviation Association says there's potential for unmanned aerial vehicles to help farmers, a new campaign emphasizes that safety needs to take precedence—especially considering the group's low-flying members.
Last week, and for the first time since it was proposed in May, the Chinese government addressed draft legislation that many worry would place strict regulations on foreign nongovernmental organizations operating in the country.
The U.S. job market has been gathering steam for months, and more and more workers are back in the hunt for their next career opportunity. Associations are uniquely positioned to meet the demand. With the candidate pool looking better than ever, how can you attract the best talent to your organization?
A group of association and nonprofit content experts weigh in on the secrets of success. Plus: How to calm those freelancing nerves.
A controversial International Association of Athletics Federations test that determines if female athletes are eligible to compete was suspended this week by an arbitration body, which found that the test had insufficient scientific backing. The result is that an award-winning sprinter will be able to get back into the race.
Are the SAT and ACT on the way out? A record number of colleges and universities dropped standardized test score requirements in the last year, as they look for other ways to evaluate applicants. Associations have weighed in on both sides of the movement
Welcome to the weekly news quiz, where we test your nose for association news. In this edition: The Americans with Disabilities Act celebrates a milestone anniversary, Pew Research Center takes a look at how Americans are getting their news, and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums partners with a pen company to promote animal conservation.
To identify and locate scientific experts among its database of earth and space scientists, AGU is turning to data for help.
A group representing boatmakers in Greece says that a plan to tackle the country's financial problems by imposing a luxury tax could be a fatal blow for a traditional industry.