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FCC: Over the Top on Internet TV

James Gattuso
November 17, 2015

This essay, written by Heritage Foundation senior research fellow in regulatory policy James Gattuso, examines how Federal Communications Commission rules for streaming video Internet services like

Bipartisan Senate Energy Bill Full of Poison Pills

Nicolas Loris
October 28, 2015

The Bi-Partisan Energy Policy Modernization Act of 2015 wrong interjects federal interventions into the economy concerning new energy efficiency requirements that should be decisions made by state

The Economic and Geopolitical Benefits of Free Trade in Energy Resources

Nicolas Loris, Luke Coffey, Theodore R. Bromund, Ph.D., James Phillips, Dean Cheng, Ana Quintana, Lisa Curtis and William T. Wilson, Ph.D.
October 9, 2015

Study free trade in energy is essential to increasing prosperity and improving human welfare.

Obama’s Plan to Avoid Senate Review of the Paris Protocol

Steven Groves
September 21, 2015

Analyzes the Obama Administration's attempt to enact an international climate change agreement absent Senate ratification of any agreement developed in Paris.

Florida’s Medicaid Reform Shows the Way to Improve Health, Increase Satisfaction, and Control Costs

Tarren Bragdon
November 9, 2011

During its five years of operations, Florida’s Medicaid Reform Pilot has been a decided success.

Medicaid Provides Poor Quality Care: What the Research Shows

Brian Blase
May 5, 2011

While targeted public assistance can work, Medicaid has become far too large and unwieldy to serve those who truly need it.

Bits and Pieces: The Digital World of Bitcoin Currency

Gerald P. Dwyer, Norbert J. Michel
September 16, 2015

In this policy paper, Clemson University economics professor Gerald Dwyer and Heritage Foundation research fellow Norbert Michel examine the technological and policy implications of Bitcoin, a “cry

Right-to-Work Laws Don’t Lower Private-Sector Pay

James Sherk
September 1, 2015

Advocates for compulsory unionization have argued that right-to-work (RTW) laws reduce wages by 3 percent.

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