Heartland Institute

County of Santa Clara, et al., vs. The Superior Court of Santa Clara County

April 27, 2009

On Monday, April 27, 2009, The Heartland Institute filed an Amicus brief in the California Supreme Court supporting the defendants in the case who argue California cities and counties ought to

Amicus Brief: McDonald v. Chicago

United States Supreme Court
June 28, 2010

McDonald v. Chicago, 561 U.S. ___, 130 S.Ct.

10 Principles of Health Care Policy

June 2, 2007

This booklet is designed to help state legislators find solutions to health care problems by first identifying their causes and true extent--which often are not as they are reported in newspaper st

10 Principles of Federal Tax Policy

November 2, 2010

This booklet focuses on the federal income tax, since this tax collects by far the most revenue and affects the most people in the United States.

10 Principles of State Fiscal Policy

The booklet, part of Heartland's "10 Legislative Principles" series, provides policymakers and civic and business leaders with a highly condensed yet easy-to-read guide to state fiscal policy matte

No. 126 The State Public Pension Crisis: A 50-State Report Card

April 1, 2010

Taxpayers in almost every U.S. state owe large and possibly unpayable retirement pensions to the men and women who work for the government.

10 Principles of Telecom Policy

Hance Haney, George Gilder
February 1, 2011

Since the Great Depression, the telecom* industry has been su

Advancing Student Achievement

April 1, 2010

For the last half century, higher spending and many modern reforms have failed to raise the achievement of students in the United States to the levels of other economically advanced countries.

School Choice: The Findings

August 28, 2007

School Choice: The Findings is the most comprehensive and up-to-date survey available summarizing the research on charter schools, vouchers, and public versus private school effectiveness.

Let's Put Parents Back in Charge!

September 1, 2005

This book is for parents, teachers, policymakers, taxpayers, and everyone who wants great schools for children regardless of their race, social background, and parents' income.

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