While not a perfect measure of subsidy, it conveys the basic point well.
Not any new regulation, subsidy, or mandate, but any regulation, subsidy, or mandate at all.
And so, if a late 20-something decides to work fewer hours, but play more Xbox One, and get an Obamacare subsidy why not?
Will Congress heed his advice and end the corn industry's $7 billion subsidy when it expires this month?
Wealthier seniors would receive less of a subsidy, while poor seniors would get more.
Five millions were voted for the war, half a million as a subsidy to the Queen of Hungary.
He contributed to the subsidy in Wilmecote in 1526 and 1546.
I'm not so wedded to petty graft that I would refuse something better in the way of a subsidy.'
In 1567 he was assessed on goods to the value of £4 for the subsidy 3s.
New Zealand does not propose to organise a naval force of her own, but will assist the British Admiralty with a subsidy.
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.