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Proposed Rules for Part D Would Create Undue Disruption for Seniors

Alyene Senger and Robert E. Moffit
March 11, 2014

The Obama Administration’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced that it will not finalize controversial elements of its proposed Medicare rule.

Expanding Education Choices: From Vouchers and Tax Credits to Savings Accounts

Jonathan Butcher
July 26, 2013

Education is on the verge of a new frontier. Online virtual schools are spreading, and charter schools now account for some 2 million students.

Continuing the School Choice March: Policies to Promote Family K–12 Education Investment

Lindsey M. Burke and Rachel Sheffield
April 25, 2012

The Heritage Foundation concludes that school choice is the best option for a quality education.

The Federal Budget in 2013: Dysfunction Revisited

Romina Boccia and Michael Sargent
April 1, 2014

 The federal fiscal year begins on October 1 and ends on September 30.

How to Help Uninsured Americans

Amy Payne
December 16, 2013

In this post at the Foundry, Amy Payne notes that,

The Real Cost of Public Pensions

Jason Richwine
May 31, 2012

Policymakers at every level of government are confronting the cost of fringe benefits for public-sector workers.

Coal in the Global Energy Landscape

Nicholas Loris
December 11, 2013

In this issue brief, Nicholas Loris writes that an abundant, affordable energy resource, coal provides 30 percent of the world’s energy, 41 percent of the world’s electricity generation and f

EPA Power Plant Regulations: A Backdoor Energy Tax

Nicolas Loris, Kevin Dayaratna, and David W. Kreutzer, Ph.D.
December 5, 2013

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) proposed greenhouse gas regulations for new power plants, and forthcoming regulations for

Cutting the U.S. Budget Would Help the Economy Grow

Romina Boccia
November 20, 2013

In this backgrounder for Hertiage, Romina Boccia writes that as the House and Senate budget conference meets to decide the fiscal course of the United States, lawmakers should focus on reduci

Tales of the Red Tape #42: Peeling Back Nonsense in Vehicle Regulation

Diane Katz
November 22, 2013

In this post at the Foundry, Diane Katz contends that government regulation adds needlessly to the cost of automobile manufacturing.  She writes: General Motors Corp.

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