Research & Commentary: Wisconsin’s Renewable Portfolio Standards Are Too Costly
A study released in July 2016 by the MacIver Institute for Public Poli
Research & Commentary: Alaska Requests Standardized Testing Waiver
In June, the Alaska Department of Education (ADOE) requested the federal government “
Research & Commentary: Pennsylvania Considers Unreliable Tobacco Tax Increase
Pennsylvania legislators have been debating how to balance the state’s budget for several months. Initially, Gov.
Research & Commentary: Indiana School Choice Parental Satisfaction Should Lead to More School Choice
The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice has released an expanded follow-up study to a 2014 report examining why Indiana parents choose to take advantage of the state’s Choice Scholarship Pro
Research & Commentary: A Primer on the Constitutional Reform Movement
As of July 2016, the United States’ national debt has reached over $19 trillion, with an average federal debt per-person now surpassing $59,000.
Research & Commentary: Education Choice in Georgia Overwhelmingly Popular
Seventy-five percent of 580,000 Republican primary voters in Georgia voted in favor of expanding educati
Research & Commentary: New ‘High Income’ Tax Would Make Maine Less Competitive
In an effort to increase education funding, Maine voters will soon consider a ballot initiative that would create a 3 percent tax on individuals’ taxable income above $200,000.
Research & Commentary: Kentucky Medicaid Expansion Deserves Repeal or Reform
In 2013, Kentucky became one of 32 states that chose to expand its Medicaid program under the federal Affordable Care Act. Then-Gov.
Research & Commentary: North Carolina Income Tax Cap
In November, North Carolina voters will decide on an amendment to the state’s constitution that would place a 5.5 percent cap on corporate and personal income tax rates.
Research & Commentary: Georgia Should Continue to Oppose Medicaid Expansion
Thirty-one states, in addition to the District of Columbia, have chosen to expand their Medicaid programs under Obamacare, and 19 have refused to do so.
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