Michigan state Rep. Tim Kelly recently introduced a bill that would allow buyers and sellers of event tickets to negotiate in a free market.
Corporate K-12 education tax-credit programs, also known as scholarship tax-credit programs, are becoming a popular school choice option. In 2012 alone, three states established such credits.
A new debate over how to tax hotel rooms could have a strong negative effec
At first glance, Nebraska’s tax system appears competitive.
The Oregon Legislature is considering a bill to place an excise tax on electronic cigarettes or “e-cigaret
America’s public parks are struggling financially and have become an expensive enterprise for governments to operate.
For more than two decades the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has supported the model-based narrative that carbon dioxide (CO2)-induced global warming wi
In 2011, the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) was used to shut down the three biggest poker sites in the United States. In the summer of 2012, however, the U.S.
The banking industry is using current efforts to reform the federal tax code as an opportunity to push for ending the federal corporate income tax exemption for credit unions.
A current court case has reignited the debate over net neutrality.