"Volume 1 contains brief overviews of the top rural health priority areas as well as associated Models for Practice.
Michael Thompson, chairmand and president of the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy, testified in February 2016 to the Virginia House Committee on Health, Welfare, and Institutions, in su
Government retirement plans are unsustainable in many people’s opinions.
Study argues that with the right policies Virginia has the opportunity to become a national leader in nuclear energy.
Virginia lost of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars on road project 460 because it was funded with public funds with no private backing or support. This stands in stark contrast t
Virginia could play a large role in America's energy renaissance through its ports as a shipping point for oil and gas from the shale fields in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio to European/Asi
Economic and Environmental Impacts of Oil and Gas Development Offshore the Delmarva, Carolinas, and Georgia
Technological innovations in horizontal drilling, hydraulic fracturing, and multi-dimensional seismic imagining enables energy companies to safely and profitably produce large quantities of oil and
As our state’s General Assembly debates whether to expand the taxpayers’ financed Medicaid to an additional 400,000 of our citizens, we should step back and see what can be done today to
From fiscal year 2001 to 2011, federal government spending nearly doubled and national defense spending increased
The National Council of Teacher Quality has given Virginia a D+ for teacher quality, notes Christian Braunlich in a report for the Virginia-based Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy.