Cascade Policy Institute

Have Private Backyards Been Outlawed in the Portland Metropolitan Area?

John Glennon
February 25, 2015

Portland needs to change its land use planning to improve the living environment and affordability.

Testimony Concerning Low-Carbon Fuel Standards in Oregon

February 24, 2015

Passage of a low-carbon fuel standard is top legislative priority for most Democrats and now disgraced, former-governor Kitzhaber. This standard is unnecessary and redundant.

Waiving Profitability: The Oregon Wave Energy Trust’s Failure to Achieve a Return on Public Investment

Joel Grey
December 15, 2014

The Oregon Wave Energy Trust is a nonprofit, public-private partnership established by the Oregon State Legislature create to develop wave energy.

A Legal Analysis of Oregon’s Trust Obligations in Managing the Elliott State Forest

Kathryn Walter
November 19, 2014

The Elliott State Forest comprises a large portion of Oregon’s trust lands.

Oregon Unemployment Insurance Overpayments

William B. Conerly
May 1, 2005

According to a U.S.

First, Do No Harm: Why American Health Care Policy is Failing, and How to Fix It

Randall J. Pozdena, PhD
October 1, 2002

This report describes the sorry history of the development of American health care policy and the myths surrounding health care economics that have come to be accepted as gospel among r

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