And of course we have health care coming down the pike, and all its subsidies to families up to 188 percent of the poverty line.
Any models showing a decrease in premiums are based on a high percentage of enrollees qualifying for subsidies.
The wealthy arrange to get all kinds of subsidies, while the working class and the poor struggle to survive.
The interest in this case is, of course, the ethanol industry, reliant on roughly $7 billion a year in subsidies.
Of course, financing these subsidies necessitated cutting costs elsewhere—in this case, the salaries of top government officials.
Surprised by his sudden arrival, they submit, and even offer him subsidies and auxiliaries.
Negociations for subsidies were set on foot with Venice, Holland, and England.
France stood alone against many enemies; but those enemies were raised and kept moving by English subsidies.
What does he care for us, if only the Queen doesn't get angry and withdraw the subsidies?
Then they took into consideration the subsidies due to foreign powers, and the sums owing to contractors for bread and forage.
A grant made by a government to some individual or business in order to maintain an acceptable standard of living or to stimulate economic growth.